What Are We Going to Watch?
The New 2011 Fall Shows

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Every fall, the major networks belch forth a new slate of offerings for public consumption. A host of new shows compete for attention. Some appear to hold enough promise for us to give a shot. Most we won't even bother with.

Last year, as the new season began, we made a grid recording which shows we expected to watch. We thought very few shows showed promis, and, unsurpisingly, next to no shows survived to see a sophmore season.

With the 2011-12 TV season beginning, we once again polled the BOP staff about their intentions toward the new shows. Here are the results:

2 Broke Girls (CBS)
Allen Gregory (FOX)
American Horror Story (F/X)
Boss (Starz)
Charlie’s Angels (ABC)
Enlightened (HBO)
Free Agents (NBC)
A Gifted Man (CBS)
Grimm (NBC)
H8R (CW)
Hart of Dixie (CW)
Hell on Wheels (AMC)
Homeland (Showtime)
How to Be a Gentleman (CBS)
I Hate My Teenage Daughter (FOX)
Last Man Standing (ABC)
Man Up! (ABC)
New Girl (FOX)
Once Upon a Time (ABC)
Pan Am (ABC)
Person of Interest (CBS)
The Playboy Club (NBC)
Prime Suspect (NBC)
Revenge (ABC)
Ringer (CW)
The Secret Circle (CW)
Suburgatory (ABC)
Terra Nova (FOX)
Unforgettable (CBS)
Up All Night (NBC)
Whitney (NBC)
The X-Factor (FOX)
Definitely not watching
May or may not watch
Definitely will/have already
started watching
Staff initials:
BB = Brett Beach
MB = Max Braden
CD = Curt David
ED = Edwin Davies
JD = Jason Dean
KH = Kim Hollis
TK = Tony Kollath
KM = Kelly Metz
DM = David Mumpower
RS = Reagen Sulewski
CT = Calvin Trager
JVN = Jim Van Nest
LW = Les Winan



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