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New shows you looking forward to from ABC/CBS/NBC/FOX/CW

OK what new shows from Network TV (ABC/CBS/NBC/FOX/CW) are you looking forward to watching this season?

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OK this was a show I was looking forward to but you all know how much this show ended up sucking big time.

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Saw the commercial for Ghosts on CBS, will check it out

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LA Brea is the other show I will check out. That's pretty much it for me.

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Reply #1 posted 09/19/21 6:56pm

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Reply #2 posted 09/19/21 7:00pm

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Reply #3 posted 09/19/21 7:01pm

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The Wonder Years looks cute, loved the original smile.
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purplepolitician said:

The Wonder Years looks cute, loved the original smile.

The original is one of the greatest shows of all time,


but like when they remake/reboot/retry another greatest, the original Twilight Zone with Rod Serling, part of the feeling is like.... why try to adopt the original name when wouldn't be easier to just make a new anthology sci-fi show or new coming-of-age show.


Like Freaks and Geeks was a great Wonder Years-inspired show, but dunno if it would be as great if they slapped "The Wonder Years" label on it even if it was basically the Wonder Years...

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Reply #5 posted 09/20/21 6:15am

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The Wonder Years looks cute, loved the original smile.

Yes, I'm looking forward to this too along with Dexter.
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Reply #6 posted 09/20/21 8:35am

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Empress said:

purplepolitician said:

The Wonder Years looks cute, loved the original smile.

Yes, I'm looking forward to this too along with Dexter.

Yes Dexter. I think they're doing (or done) Doogie Howser too. Hawaiian style.
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Reply #8 posted 09/21/21 1:00am

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Stranger Things season 4

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Reply #9 posted 09/21/21 3:18am

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kewlschool said:

Stranger Things season 4

OK just about everybody is not picking any new shows

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The only new network tv show I'm interested in is still over a year away but when it does eventually release, I'm expecting big things.

City Primeval: High Noon In Detroit is an adaptation of the Elmore Leonard novel of the same name made by the same creative team that made Justified. The story follows a detective on the trail of a serial killer. Timothy Olyphant is reprising his role as Raylan Givens from Justified too so it's kind of like a sequel series to Justified. Raylan Givens isn't in the City Primeval novel so from the sounds of it, it's not going to be a direct re-telling of the book. Which I like. Justified itself was based on a few Elmore Leonard books but acts more like a follow up to them rather than an adaptation. So if City Primeval can come close to matching Justified's quality then we're in for a treat.
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EmmaMcG said:

The only new network tv show I'm interested in is still over a year away but when it does eventually release, I'm expecting big things. City Primeval: High Noon In Detroit is an adaptation of the Elmore Leonard novel of the same name made by the same creative team that made Justified. The story follows a detective on the trail of a serial killer. Timothy Olyphant is reprising his role as Raylan Givens from Justified too so it's kind of like a sequel series to Justified. Raylan Givens isn't in the City Primeval novel so from the sounds of it, it's not going to be a direct re-telling of the book. Which I like. Justified itself was based on a few Elmore Leonard books but acts more like a follow up to them rather than an adaptation. So if City Primeval can come close to matching Justified's quality then we're in for a treat.

That sounds promising! Is their a debut date yet?

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Reply #12 posted 09/22/21 12:42am

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kewlschool said:



EmmaMcG said:


The only new network tv show I'm interested in is still over a year away but when it does eventually release, I'm expecting big things. City Primeval: High Noon In Detroit is an adaptation of the Elmore Leonard novel of the same name made by the same creative team that made Justified. The story follows a detective on the trail of a serial killer. Timothy Olyphant is reprising his role as Raylan Givens from Justified too so it's kind of like a sequel series to Justified. Raylan Givens isn't in the City Primeval novel so from the sounds of it, it's not going to be a direct re-telling of the book. Which I like. Justified itself was based on a few Elmore Leonard books but acts more like a follow up to them rather than an adaptation. So if City Primeval can come close to matching Justified's quality then we're in for a treat.

That sounds promising! Is their a debut date yet?



They haven't even cast anyone yet, other that Timothy Olyphant of course. So it's probably at least a year or so away. I remember when Justified was in early development back when it was going to be called "Lawman" and if I remember right it was about a year and a half in between the show being announced and it actually airing on TV. So I'd guess we're looking at a similar timeframe.
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luv4u said:

purplethunder3121 said:

CSI Vegas' Reboot: Paul Guilfoyle Returning as Jim Brass | TVLine

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Grissom is back! Can't wait! lol

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Reply #14 posted 09/22/21 9:59am

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WhisperingDandelions said:

purplepolitician said:

The Wonder Years looks cute, loved the original smile.

The original is one of the greatest shows of all time,


but like when they remake/reboot/retry another greatest, the original Twilight Zone with Rod Serling, part of the feeling is like.... why try to adopt the original name when wouldn't be easier to just make a new anthology sci-fi show or new coming-of-age show.


Like Freaks and Geeks was a great Wonder Years-inspired show, but dunno if it would be as great if they slapped "The Wonder Years" label on it even if it was basically the Wonder Years...

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Yeah I don't like them as well and wish they stop doing it already. I'm ok with bringing back old TV shows with the same cast such as Will & Grace and The X-Files. I'm also ok with continuing a series such as Star Trek the Next Generation. Now the new Fantasy Island starts off with Rosalyn Sanchez character looking at a picture of Mr. Roarke and states that was her uncle, so it's continuing the story. However the show just sucked and could have been good, oh well. I hate the "retelling" approach which is let's just change the sex/race of every character, just make a new show. I'm ok with them doing the Twilight Zone because it's an anthology series. The 80's version (even the 2002 UPN Version) had some good episodes. All of the Twilight Zone series had their stand out episodes/ good episodes/ ok episodes and boring silly episodes. But yes Rod Serling is the man. The new series should do what the 80's version did, just a voice introducing the episodes and no new host.

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EmmaMcG said:

kewlschool said:

That sounds promising! Is their a debut date yet?

They haven't even cast anyone yet, other that Timothy Olyphant of course. So it's probably at least a year or so away. I remember when Justified was in early development back when it was going to be called "Lawman" and if I remember right it was about a year and a half in between the show being announced and it actually airing on TV. So I'd guess we're looking at a similar timeframe.

I'll wait patiently.

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kewlschool said:



EmmaMcG said:


kewlschool said:


That sounds promising! Is their a debut date yet?



They haven't even cast anyone yet, other that Timothy Olyphant of course. So it's probably at least a year or so away. I remember when Justified was in early development back when it was going to be called "Lawman" and if I remember right it was about a year and a half in between the show being announced and it actually airing on TV. So I'd guess we're looking at a similar timeframe.

I'll wait patiently.



In the meantime, I'd recommend the book because it's a damn good read.

I also wonder if we might see any other Justified characters making an appearance? Just imagine how cool it would be to see, at the end of season 1 after they've caught their man, Raylan and Detective Cruz say their goodbyes and congratulate each other on a job well done. Then, as Raylan is about to board his plane back to Kentucky, he sees Boyd Crowder arriving in Detroit to set up season 2.
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Reply #17 posted 09/23/21 11:52pm

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EmmaMcG said:

The only new network tv show I'm interested in is still over a year away but when it does eventually release, I'm expecting big things. City Primeval: High Noon In Detroit is an adaptation of the Elmore Leonard novel of the same name made by the same creative team that made Justified. The story follows a detective on the trail of a serial killer. Timothy Olyphant is reprising his role as Raylan Givens from Justified too so it's kind of like a sequel series to Justified. Raylan Givens isn't in the City Primeval novel so from the sounds of it, it's not going to be a direct re-telling of the book. Which I like. Justified itself was based on a few Elmore Leonard books but acts more like a follow up to them rather than an adaptation. So if City Primeval can come close to matching Justified's quality then we're in for a treat.

I'm watching the production team of Justified talk about developing the show on PBS and it looks really interesting. Gonna check this one out.

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La Brea Posters Reveal the Divide Between Worlds on NBC's New Series

Watched 2 episodes so far, not bad. Starting to remind me of lost.

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Reply #19 posted 10/17/21 3:16pm

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La Brea: Release Date, Plot, Cast & Trailer - OtakuKart

Not bad so far, though it's starting to remind me of Lost since it seems everyone has a secret

Ghosts: Season One Ratings - canceled + renewed TV shows - TV Series Finale

A fun show, has the lady from IZOMBIE in it.

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Chucky does work as a TV series. Good that it's being played on cable TV that way Chucky can use all the F bombs he wants to lol

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La Brea Posters Reveal the Divide Between Worlds on NBC's New Series


Watched 2 episodes so far, not bad. Starting to remind me of lost.


I tried watching it but it's not for me. I honestly don't watch regular tv anymore.
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