New Season Begins
When you are young September is synonymous with the start of the new academic calendar and is a month that makes most kids and young adults feel like crap. However, at my age September means but one thing – the start of the new season for lots of my favourite American TV shows. Next week seems to be packed full of start dates for shows that I have sorely missed. So let’s take a look at at few…
Glee season 2 premiers on September 20th. Will Rachel and Finn last? How will Puck and Quinn cope now that Beth is gone? Will Kurt get this boyfriend I keep hearing about? Will Sue be as hilarious as ever? Will Santana and Brittany be as cute as ever? So many questions. What we can assume is that Ryan Murphy and co will produce another season to fill your iPOD.
September 23rd sees the long awaited return of Callie and Arizona on Grey’s Anatomy. Season 7 of this hit show is bound to start with a bang after the finale to season 6 was such a shocker. Thankfully our lovely duo made it through and I can’t wait to see what the wonderful writers of this show have in store for them. Will there be talk of a baby? Only time will tell.
Unfortunately the lesbian interest in Criminal Minds (returning Sept 21st) is going to wan a bit this season as AJ Cook, who plays JJ will be leaving the show after the second episode. Worse still Paget Brewster’s contract, although renewed, will be on a reduced episode basis! Why loose the sexy ladies with the subtext? Tut tut.
This show is still one of my favourites as it never disappoints, I’m always to afraid to go to bed having seen it. Last seasons finale was the first part of a particularly scary storyline, I hope my housemate will be in when I watch the conclusion!
This contemporary classic returns to the screen on September 21st. Our favourite new Dads Mitch and Cameron continue to fly the flag on what has to be one of the best comedy shows around. If season 2 is half as funny as it’s predecessor then we won’t be disappointed. I think Modern Family is one of those rare shows that really does appeal to everyone. If you haven’t watched it yet, check it out.
Brothers and Sisters
Returning on September 25th Brothers and Sisters has a wonderful casted headed by the unstoppable Sally Field. I must admit that after some wonderful opening seasons my interest in this show diminished but some good writing has pulled it back up. Matthew Rhys plays Kevin Walker and is the gay interest in this show. He married his partner Scotty in season 2.
I don’t know about you, but knowing Anna Torv is back on September 22nd in those delicious suits of hers is making my transition into the darker nights a little warmer. Olivia Dunham is only at 8% on our fair cops poll, you can vote for her here. Last season’s end saw our heroine stuck on “the other side” with her counterpart making her way to our world, no doubt she will cause mayhem – Brill.
My favourite TV show of them all is coming back on September 25th (does happy dance). Last season’s finale left us all open mouthed staring blankly at the screen. What will Dex do without Rita? I’m beside myself here. Who knew I could be cheering on a serial killer but it’s Dex, and you just can’t help yourself can you?
If you have managed to let Dexter pass you by then I strongly recommend you give it a look, it becomes unmissable very quickly.
I know there are a few more out there, the likes of Law and Order SVU but rather than going on all day I will just ask you to comment below with any recommendations so we don’t miss any.
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