TV.com's 10 Most Anticipated New Shows for Summer 2014

Summertime means running though sprinklers, bronzing at the beach, and eating tri-colored popsicles. Just kidding, it means sitting on your couch to watch television, remaining practically translucent, and eating tri-colored popsicles. Especially with the lineup of shows coming this summer! You've already got a list of returning shows to catch up on, including Orange Is the New BlackUnder the Dome, and Masters of Sex. Then you've got the final seasons of True BloodWilfred, and The Newsroom to prepare for. But don't forget to set aside some time (and DVR space) for all the shiny NEW series that are set to debut in the next few months. 

For instance, did you know there's a show coming out about a time when doctors used rickety old medical instruments to do ghastly things to patients in the name of science? Or a drama about Halle Berry getting space-pregnant? Or a comedy about marriage that features one of the best comedic quartets in the biz?

If you answered "no" to any or all of those questions, fret not, because we've got you covered. Below, you'll find a list of the 10 new summer shows we're most excited to see; spanning comedy, drama, and reality, they've been hand-picked by us to be checked out by you. 


10. The Wil Wheaton Project (Syfy)

WHEN IT'S ON: Tuesdays at 10pm starting May 27

WHO'S IN IT: Ummm... let's see... uhhhh... Wil Wheaton?

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Think The Soup but for science-fiction pop culture instead of reality shows, and with that kid who played Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation and the boy who ended up with a leech on his scrotum in Stand By Me

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Wheaton has been a sci-fi fixture for years, even after he stopped trekking stars. His blog is a regular stop for folks who are interested in science-fiction writing, his social-media presence is well respected, and the dude is crazy smart. In other words, he's the perfect host for this kind of show, which promises to cover everything the hottest genre on the planet has to offer. 


9. Extant (CBS)


WHEN IT'S ON: Wednesdays at 9pm starting July 9

WHO'S IN IT: Halle Berry, Josh Malina, Camryn Manheim, Goran Visnjic, Hiroyuki Sanada (Dr. Hatake from Helix!!!)

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Berry plays an astronaut who comes home from a 13-month solo space mission to find out that she's pregnant—and nobody has an idea how that happened. Did an invisible alien impregnate her? Did she do the nasty with a comet? Did she take some frozen sperm with her? That's what we hope to find out. And just in case that doesn't sound intriguing enough, there's also the crazy fact that her Earthbound husband built a robot son—and the kid is convinced that the apocalypse is coming

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: This show sounds absolutely insane and Berry still looks reeeeeeal good. 


8. The Quest (ABC)

WHEN IT'S ON: Thursdays at 8pm starting July 31

WHO'S IN IT: A bunch of regular people dressed in medieval outfits, a bunch of other people dressed as orcs

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: This ambitious reality show from one of the producers of The Lord of the Rings takes all the best elements of The Amazing RaceSurvivor, and Renaissance Faires and smashes them together to stage a complex competition in an elaborately crafted fantasy world. "Heroes" will try to save a kingdom full of dry-ice-steam-shooting sculptures, papier-mâché rocks, and mini-golf-quality castles from being overrun by dark forces and an army of orcs. It's televised live-action role-playing, basically. 

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Are you kidding? A bunch of grown adults running around an imaginary land and fighting dudes in rubber suits, all in the name of some fake king and/or queen? This sounds like a riot. 


7. The Hotwives of Orlando (Hulu)

WHEN IT'S ON: Tuesdays as soon as you can get to your computer starting July 15

WHO'S IN IT: Casey Wilson, Kristen Schaal, Danielle Schneider, Tymberlee Hill, Andrea Savage, Angela Kinsey, Paul Scheer

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: The world's much-needed parody of the Real Housewives franchise has arrived! And these trashy ladies are from the world's preeminent hotbed of sketchiness: Orlando, Florida.

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Burning Love, Ken Marino's parody of the Bachelor franchise, became one of the funniest web series ever when it was released, and The Hotwives of Orlando is poised to be just as good. With a talented cast and source material that's ripe for skewering, we're betting it will be. 


6. Manhattan (WGN America)

WHEN IT'S ON: Sundays at 10pm starting July 27

WHO'S IN IT: John Benjamin Hickey, Olivia Williams, Daniel Stern, Ashley Zukerman, Rachel Brosnahan, Katja Herbers

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: In a small, secluded town in New Mexico in 1943, scientists live and work together on a top-secret project to build the world's first atomic bomb. Oh dang!

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Not only does the series boast one of the best trailers of any upcoming summer show, but the idea that these families have to live in close quarters while protecting one of the world's biggest secrets is bound to produce great drama. If executive producer Sam Shaw (Masters of Sex) plays his cards right, Manhattan could be one of the sleeper hits of the summer season.


5. Married (FX)


WHEN IT'S ON: Thursdays at 10pm starting July 17

WHO'S IN IT: Nat Faxon, Judy Greer, Jenny Slate, Brett Gelman

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: A married couple (Faxon and Greer) dealing with the difficulties of marriage are constantly reminded of what brought them together in the first place: friendship. AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Married's simple logline doesn't even come into play here; how can we NOT be excited about that cast? Ben and Kate's Faxon, Arrested Development's Greer, Kroll Show's Slate, and Eagleheart's Gelman all on one show is like a dream dinner party for comedians. And the promos that FX has been running (sadly, they're not online) are pretty damn charming. 


4. The Leftovers (HBO)

WHEN IT'S ON: Sundays at 10pm staring June 29

WHO'S IN IT: Justin Theroux, Amy Brenneman, Christopher Eccleston, Liv Tyler, Michael Gaston, Charlie Carver, Max Carver, Chris Zylka, Carrie Coon 

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Set in a post-Rapture world after two percent of the world's population up and disappears, lots of crazy things happen as people try to cope with loss.

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Based on Tom Perrotta's novel of the same nameThe Leftovers is Damon Lindelof's first major TV project since Lost, and it looks like a humdinger. Crazy cults! Reckless teens! Shouting! Lindelof with the green light for profanity and sex! This will probably be the most talked about show of the summer. 


3. The Knick (Cinemax)

WHEN IT'S ON: Fridays at 10pm starting August 8

WHO'S IN IT: Clive Owen

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Set in New York City in the early 1900s, this peek at the medical world at the dawn of the 20th century follows Dr. John W. Thackery (Owen) during a time when hospitals were transitioning from hackjobs to more precise butchery as advancements in the field and knowledge of the human body grew exponentially.

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: This is a doctor show that isn't about the sexytimes that take place outside the O.R., and with Steven Soderbergh behind the scenes, it's sure to be a gorgeous look at what went into saving lives before there were cameras that could go up people's bums. This art-house drama will not be for the squeamish, and viewers will net plenty of indie cred. 


2. Halt and Catch Fire (AMC)

WHEN IT'S ON: Sundays at 10pm starting June 1

WHO'S IN IT: Lee Pace (Pushing Daisies), Scoot McNairy (Argo), Mackenzie Davis, Kerry Bishé, David Wilson Barnes, Toby Huss

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Long before people started carrying smartphones in their shirt pockets, Texas's "Silicon Prairie" played host to a race to control the brand-new personal computer industry. Set in the 1980s, Halt and Catch Fire follows a technology visionary (Pace) who teams up with an engineer and a prodigy to revolutionize the business that eventually became a pretty big deal.

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: This is the first television show to tackle what is arguably the most important stretch of history in the last 40 years, and it's full of corporate espionage and high-risk business practices. And hey, Lee Pace!


1. The Strain (FX)

WHEN IT'S ON: Sundays at 10pm starting July 13

WHO'S IN IT: Corey Stoll, David Bradley, Kevin Durand, Mia Maestro, Ben Hyland, Jonathan Hyde, Sean Astin 

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Vampires! But not sexy vampires, SCARY vampires. After an outbreak of something that looks a lot like vampirism hits New York City, a CDC scientist must figure out how to stop it.

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Based on the trilogy of novels by Guillermo del Toro, The Strain brings vampires away from high-school yearbooks and into the stuff nightmares are made of. And it's about time! If the show's cryptic teasers are any indication, it'll be one of the goriest, scariest shows on television, but with enough intelligence to make it worth investing in for more than just the frights. 



THE RUNNERS-UP

Almost Royal (BBC America, June 21): This mockumentary follows a pair of fake British royal youngsters as they tour America and get blasted with culture shock. 

 Bachelor in Paradise (ABC, August 4): It's like Bachelor Pad, but with a different name and a locale that's way more exotic than a rent-a-mansion in the San Fernando Valley. Former rejects from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette will all shack up in one house to indulge in booze, fights, and flings. 

Legends (TNT, August 13): Sean Bean (Game of Thrones' Ned Stark) plays a chameleon-like secret agent who goes so deep undercover for his various assignments that he's not even sure who he is. 

 Outlander (Starz, August 9): A British WWII nurse is transported back to 1700s Scotland, where she lands smack dab in the middle of a war in the Highlands. There, she meets a dashing Scottish warrior—and an epic romance is born. Based on the popular novels by Diana Gabaldon.

Girl Meets World (Disney Channel, June 27): The long-awaited follow-up to the 1990s comedy Boy Meets World, this spin-off follows the next generation and centers on Topanga and Cory's daughter Riley.

Crossbones (NBC, May 30): If Black Sails doesn't fulfill your pirate fantasies (or if you just prefer your buccaneer drama with less booty-as-in-bare-butts), consider this broadcast tale of Blackbeard. John Malkovich stars as the famed pirate, who's being tracked by an undercover assassin. 


Which new summer shows are you most excited about?


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The reality TV rubbish will fizzle after one season hopefully, but Extant certainly has my eye.
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Tyrant and Extant has caught my eye. I feel Tyrant is a far superior show and my best new show to watch. I can see Tyrant being like Breaking Bad in a political kind of way. I don't want Tyrant to end, but I can't wait for SAMCRO's final ride!!! I was excited about Crossbones but it let me down. Black Sails is way better.
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I was going to make a reply to a comment below and then it turned out way too long.. && I'm unable to find a review for it (Crossbones s01e09), so here goes (instead):

I like Crossbones AND John Malkovich (Malkovich, Malkovich), but - MAN - did it jump the shark, with the final episode of the first season.. I'm still checking whether I'm on drugs and hallucinating, or if it was really Charlie (Rider) who came back with a bang (no spoilers, for those who haven't seen it :))

Besides the RIDICULOUS way they chose to film the battle in the last episode of season one - that plot element had been so far-fetched that it managed to completely alienate me from the entire show (more so than some of the other incredible things in the previous episodes, which were still fun to see - unlike this)

^^ Great to see him back, ofc., but they ventured (well) into SF fantasy w/it.
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*oh, pftt! just watched the last ~10 minutes of it.. it gets (even) worse! omg :-/
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I have just watched outlander and it is fantastic!!
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The Strain !!!!!!!!!!!!
Great!

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Outlander!!!!!!
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Finding Carter on MTV Tuesday's at 10:00.
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I think I will try Dominion. It didn't look that interesting, but I keep hearing good things about it. Too bad True Detective ended.
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No. Not interested in any of those. theres enough drama about nothing type shows out there.
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Lollipopfop, I was of the same mind, then I happened upon Manhattan in one of its multiple showings - and it's pretty good. Yes, I have to mute the commercials or switch away until they're over, but the show is nicely made, the acting is good, it has an interesting 'hue', and I love shows that highlight the abominations done by America in the name of progress. Especially good are the guy in the hat and his wife, incredibly two actors who apparently aren't stars for some reason, and they can act rings around the jackass Tom Cruise.

I will give The Knick a shot, only because Clive Owen is in it. If it's trying to draw in the blood thirsty crowd that love GOT, I'm out.

Try Manhattan, you 'might' not be sorry.
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Halt and Catch Fire is the best of what has premiered so far. Such an amazing show.
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Only excited about three (#1,4,9) out of the ten abouve...the rest not so much, BUT I watched "Satisfaction" and think this could be really good. Worth giving it a try!
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Amen. The PTB took down the disgusting billboard, but for some reason TV.com is getting their rocks off by leaving this filthy picture up.
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Quit crying lol, after seeing it so long you should be desensitized by now.
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It's now August 1, I came onto this site to ask the same thing, please remove the eye....enough already!
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I think Reckless on CBS is the hottest show of the sumer. It's a legal drama set in Charleston, SC. It's sexy, romantic, and exciting. New episodes premier every Sunday night @10/9c. You won't regret checking it out!!

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I'm going with Manhattan and The Knick.

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So You Think You Can Dance, The Strain, all TNT & USA. Extant looks good!
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there is almost no good show on tv anymore.
every new show's first episode seems to have a gay person for some reason.
as if there were a new law that says every pilot has to have a gay person in it.
90% of the shows are targeting women/female consumer with drama/women at work
-comedy/making fun of men and or something less attractive to men.
it's a miracle that a show like the last ship is even on tv right now, although it will probably be canceled soon. goodbye jack Bauer.
i really don't mind that feminism is populating tv with upside down touchifeely trash
i think if they are gonna make shows with women characters they ought to make them
more interesting, like revenge, fringe and nikita.
stop with the "hello i'm a woman" type of shows.

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No good shows??? This is probably the time with the greatest TV of all time, budgets are at an all time high and all the sensitivity of the past is behind us and we can see some of the more creative stories put to the TV screen for our enjoyment. They are finally getting away from the garbage reality TV of the past decade and scripted drama is starting to peak. The networks have finally realized they can't get by with cheap singing or dare shows alone anymore. There will always be the big ratings for the random reality show but for the most part viewers are sick of the same boring jokes about bad singing and success stories. Keep the shows coming! I can do without the forced homosexual presence since it isn't really needed in most of the stories but I have no problem with it as a whole, only when its obviously put there for a statement. But if it keeps the shows coming then I couldn't care less. We will always have a few shows that are out to make a political statement and they usually fail without a good story with it. The Last Ship is actually pretty entertaining if you get past all of the little messages they add each week but its entertaining enough to watch it and not get annoyed. If you are looking to enjoy the shows you will but when you are picking out everything you don't like out of every show then you will obviously never be satisfied. Let the shows entertain you and they will.
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This is probably the time with the greatest TV of all time

Guess you missed the best TV of all time in the 1950s. No budgets, brilliant scripts, excellent acting. Yeah, this year ain't bad, but they're all on pay channels - unless you tolerate commercials or pay for a DVR.
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It's 2014...watch it online for free *shrug* I don't pay for television anymore since every show, old and new, can be watched online for free now.
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The 50's??? For their time it was good but isn't even comparable to TV now. There was no way to adapt the kind of shows that are on TV now, some of the greatest books are currently being adapted to television and they are doing a great job. I've always enjoyed watching TV shows but the whole season story arcs and multi season arcs are amazing and nothing compared back then. I can honestly watch some shows many times over and still enjoy it when before the 2000's all TV was wrapped up at the end of an episode so they could live on in syndication. You can say they don't make things like they used to about many things but not television shows or movies. Just because they did more with less doesn't make it more enjoyable, yes they had no budgets and had to act more and the writing was great but television today is an event and puts you into the story. If this were the case don't you think they would be spending less money and making the shows like they did back then. It's silly to even try to compare, its like comparing today's smartphones with the pony express.
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Anyone got the link for the article listing all the premiere dates for summer 2014? Thanks
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The Strain and The Leftovers. I have still have other shows that are still airing new seasons that I keep up with anyway.
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Finding Carter just seen first two episode it was excellent
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First I think I will consider The Strain then Extant and then Outlander and Leftovers to my list.

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I think FX is doing the best job of brining new shows to save TV. AMC is next and I like that WGN is also getting into the better quality shows. But broadcast TV (ABC the AllBit*hChannel, CBS and NBC), with it's feminist, black and liberal shows can go out of business for all I am concerned.

Good example, Halle Berry married to a white guy. Got to wonder why all this interracial stuff on programs.

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J. Edgar, is that you? ............. your slip is showing.
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You Americans? How is that better?
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The percentages are off 50/50, so it doesn't happen that often (I've not checked, but perhaps it's something like 1/4); So if the situation was reversed and there were non-caucasian mothers everywhere holding white babies, perhaps you could - then - see a different angle on things.

(Not the best place for me to make this comment, but anyway, just sayin')
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The only thing you needed to complete that idiotic rant was "Get off my lawn!!!"
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Those goddamned black liberal and interracial shows can go to hell.
Being one half of an interracial couple, it doesnt bother me a bit.
If it bothers you, they must be doin' something right.
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I admire your honesty since pretentious web spats are what I live for!Who needs reality anyways?!! Everyone knows other ethnics groups don't exist!

Dem tv shows do be a conspiracy! Its da loomanotee!
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I fully agree. Just you two be so respectful as to not shake my hand or talk to me in public, use the same toilet or sit near me on the bus and we''ll get on fine.
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Um, cheersnorm, meet world. World, meet a bigoted little wanker who doesn't get out of his room much.
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Really that's why network shows are bad, because they are portraying interracial relationships? The only reason the networks are trying so hard to have liberal shows is because that's what the 18-45 demo like. there is a market for these shows they are not trying to teach us. Besides its not like the cable channels haven't shown some liberal views or even interracial marriage. If you want to be exposed only to your point of view then don't watch t.v.
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And you have to wonder about someone who has an issue with an interracial couple. It is not like Halle Berry is not interracial herself or has not been in a relationship with a white guy before. I am white and just a little older than Halle and would love to be in a relationship with her.
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not so excited
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being a 90s kid, Girl Meets World
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Last Ship
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The Strain and The Leftovers.
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Which new summer shows are you most excited about?

Answer: NONE (There is nothing there that stands out in any way for me to get hyped about)
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I'm excited about The Strain and The Leftovers. I think I'll probably check out The Quest. Halle Berry as an astronaut. If you heard disembodied laughter, don't worry. It's just me. Funniest thing I've read since the subs on last week's Running Man (Korean vairety show).
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Extant, really? I guess I'm the only one... Am I wrong for feeling like this is a movie premise from long ago? I mean I love Halle Berry, but the lady hasn't been really working in a while. So yeah, I'm going to say it... Broadcast networks usually put out their B-teams over the summer, this would never hold up in a fall line-up, which is upsetting, why? BECAUSE SHE'S HALLE BERRY! I would rather see her in summer blockbusters, just sayin'! So all I will say is I hope this works out for her, because this is giving off a heavy times are tough vibe for her career. :p

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It's not been (that) bad, so far!.. I'm enjoying the show. :)
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The shows I'm most looking forward to are:
The Leftovers
The Strain
Wayward Pines
Gracepoint
The Last Ship
Legends
Extant
Dominion
The Whispers
Last Man on Earth
Scorpion
The Knick
Outlander
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Gave me some more to look at thank you
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The Strain
Outlander
Extant
The Leftovers
Crossbones
The Quest
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If this is the best TV has to offer bring on the end of the world now please !!!!!!
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There's just too damn much good TV.
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Gee, I don't think we need to end the world because for lack of good tv shows.
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You missed the boat. The Outlander series will by far be better than most of your top ten. Your description of it, however, is horrible and does not do the story justice. Viewers will certainly remember your idiotic choices and that you put Outlander in the runner up category. I am truly disappointed.
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You have got to be kidding? It looks like a bad romance book. One of those cheap ones with the silly covers. A Scottish Warrior? No way. Bored Housewives Only. Besides, why do older women think Scottish guys are Sexy? English guys, I can understand. But the Scottish seem like such idiots. The only good thing they came up with is golf.
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AMEN!
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Outlander deserves to be among the top 10, it also deserves much more depth and information than that offbeat lackluster description. People will miss out if they go by your pitiful description. :-(
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Yeah..they should have included a scene with her being snarky to the "Scottish warrior" then eventually warming up to him, then he will probably admit that although she drives him crazy, he can't stop thinking about her, followed by lukewarm sex scene up against a wall or something. BORING.
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Outlander!!! Your description of the story is lackluster and horrid at best!! The depth of the characters and storyline in this series has made the author one of the best selling authors around on par with James Patterson and J.K. Rowlings. Never has such a loyal fan base awaited each new book with such anticipation and hoped for the story to be made into TV more. Leaving it out of the top 10 while including stupid reality shows only makes me doubt your sanity!!
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Outlander! I have anticipated this with great excitement! Cable is finallyworth it!
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Outlander!!! 25 million copies sold of this best selling series by author Diana Gabaldon. This well produced mixed genre story promises to be one of the best of the summer. A clever mix of history, fantasy, romance and skillfully directed by Ronald Moore has the attention of fans world wide. If you're not sure you want to watch this 16 episode series, read the first book, you'll be hooked!
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I have been a fan of the Outlander book series for 10+ years. The storyline is so very much more in depth than the brief blurb that was given here. I can honestly say that this is my #1 anticipated show this summer. I feel like I've been waiting a decade for these incredible characters to be brought to life on screen as they have been in my imagination.
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OUTLANDER!!!! It is so much more than that brief description.....The amazing plot twists, time travel and the glorious history of Scotland and the Druids, the epic tale of life and the actions leading up to the rising of '45 with Bonnie Prince Charlie......TUNE IN FOR A MAGICAL SERIES!!!!! You won't be disappointed......
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Strain is the only one that caught my eye.
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That does look a bit interesting.
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The Strain, Extant, The Leftovers, Manhattan, and The Knick (especially) look extremely interesting. I watched the first episode of Halt and Catch Fire and it was quite good.
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The Leftovers look great! Really nice cast. Justin Theroux was very good in Six Feet Under. HBO is a nice place for this show
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Just watched the The Wil Wheaton Project and it is surprisingly cool. It was 30 mins well spent !
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Strain, Married, and Outlander
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is it just me, or tv shows get worse and worse each year?
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agree
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Tell that to Fargo and Penny Dreadful...
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Two absolutly FANTASTIC shows.
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Penny Dreadful is a good show agree with you
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Extant and Strain sounds good!
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The Strain
Tyrant

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