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What shows are you looking forward to seeing this fall?

by Joel Keller, posted Aug 8th 2007 11:01AM
Pushing DaisiesAs you might expect, we here at the Squad are more than ready for the fall season to start. After hearing about the new shows at the upfronts, watching the preview copies of the pilots, reading about the changes to various shows, and listening to the producers and actors promote new and returning shows to the hilt at both the TCA and Comic-Con, we all want to see the networks finally unfurl their schedules.

But out of all the shows that are either debuting or returning, there are only a few that each of the Squadders are really looking forward to seeing. Which got us curious: what are you, our kind, generous, and creative readership, looking forward to seeing this fall? We'd like to know. If you feel like sharing, use the comments to leave your list of the new and returning shows that you're so eager to see return that it hurts. If you feel like leaving an explanation, all the better.

By the way, after the jump, you'll not only see the shows I'm looking forward to seeing, but a list of shows that we plan on covering this fall. If you list something in the comments that we don't have on our review list, we may just add it. Oh, and if you want to make a case for a show, you could always call in to our online radio show tomorrow at 10 and let us know why we should add it to our coverage.

What I'm looking forward to seeing: Pushing Daisies, Chuck, Cavemen (to see how big a disaster it's going to be), The IT Crowd, Miss/ Guided, Aliens In America, Reaper, How I Met Your Mother, and the entire Thursday NBC comedy lineup.

Here's what we're planning on covering in the fall:

30 Rock
The Amazing Race

American Idol
America's Next Top Model
The Bionic Woman
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Dancing With The Stars
Desperate Housewives
Dirty Sexy Money
Friday Night Lights
Grey's Anatomy

How I Met Your Mother
I.T. Crowd
Kid Nation
Kyle XY
New Amsterdam
The Office
Prison Break
Private Practice
Pushing Daisies
Sarah Connor Chronicles
Saturday Night Live
Search for Next American Band
The Simpsons
South Park
Ugly Betty

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