TV.com's Fall 2010 Programming Guide

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The temperature is dropping, leaves' colors are changing, and the kids are back to learning, but who cares about all that nonsense! It's Fall TV season! New shows are dropping, channels are changing, and it's time for you to learn about what's on! Carve out a spot on your couch, check out our 2010 Fall TV Guide, and let us know what shows you'll be watching this season.

Monday

Having a case of the Mondays isn't such a bad thing anymore. There's a reality hit, a long-running medical drama, and top-rated comedies on the docket, but keep an eye out for two of the most anticipated new shows of the season in The Event and Lone Star, which battle each other at 9 p.m.

8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

ABC
Dancing with the Stars
(Season 11 premiere, September 20, 8 p.m.)
Semi-famous and/or washed up celebrities try to not look ridiculous on the dance floor! Season 11!

CBS
How I Met Your Mother
(Season 6 premiere, September 20, 8 p.m.)
The identity of "the Mother" won't be happening for a while, but we'll probably see Lily (Alyson Hannigan) and Marshall (Jason Segel) take a stab at parenthood. Just imagine Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) as a babysitter and the inevitable Social Services fallout.

Rules of Engagement (Season 5 premiere, September 20, 8:30 p.m.)
David Spade is still on the air!

CW
90210
(Season 3 premiere, September 13, 8 p.m.)
This isn't yo daddy's 90210! This time it's about hot and sexy high school teens dealing with major drama. What? That's exactly what the old one was? Oh, okay. It is your daddy's 90210, minus the 30-year old trying to pass for a high schooler.

FOX
House
(Season 7 premiere, September 20, 8 p.m.)
Cranky yet brilliant Doctor House insults everyone then heals everyone. So when you get down to it, it's a wash.

NBC
Chuck
(Season 4 premiere, September 20, 8 p.m.)
NBC's lovable goober spy drama continues to thrill its passionate fanbase. This season will expand the show's affinity for stunt casting at ridiculous rates.

9:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

CBS
Two and a Half Men
(Season 8 premiere, September 20, 9 p.m.)
Listen, the kid makes $250,000 an episode. It's gotta be good, right?

Mike and Molly (Series Premiere, September 20, 9:30 p.m.)
Melissa McCarthy, the original Sookie (St James, from Gilmore Girls) returns to TV opposite Billy Gardell in this new Chuck Lorre-produced sitcom about big love, cushion pushing, and heavy petting.

CW
Gossip Girl
(Season 4 premiere, September 13, 9 p.m.)
All summer they filmed in Paris, and reports said the French loved 'em. The French also love Jerry Lewis.

Fox
Lone Star
(September 20, 9 p.m.)
Yet another man on television leading a double life. But this time in Texas! This buzz-worthy drama marks the return of Jon Voight to television since his role as Hodges on 24.

NBC
The Event
(Series Premiere, September 20, 9 p.m.)
Touted as the next Lost by people who incorrectly tout things, this new adventure series has got a big enough budget to shoot a car/plane chase scene on a tarmac. The pilot episode hints at conspiracy theories, presidential assassination attempts, and stars a very believable Jason Ritter as everyman Sean Walker, a man who is just trying to do the right thing.

10:00 - 11:00 p.m.

ABC
Castle
(Season 3 premiere, September 20, 10 p.m.)
Last season's finale left us on a bittersweet note: Beckett (Stana Katic) was just about to confess her feelings to Castle (Nathan Fillion)—and then his dumb ex-wife had to show up and sweep him away to the Hamptons for the summer. Wonder how the months away will re-shape this love triangle...

CBS
Hawaii Five-O
(Series Premiere, September 20, 10 p.m.)
This reboot/remake of the classic action show features the same theme song and sense of fun, but adds Grace Park in a bikini. Now that's what we call progress.

NBC
The Chase
(Series Premiere, September 20, 10 p.m.)
U.S. Marshals hunt down America's most wanted and they do it with all kinds of Jerry Bruckheimer-produced kick-ass-ery.

TNT
Men of a Certain Age
(Season 2 premiere, November 29, 10 p.m.)
See this dream team of Ray Romano, Scott Bakula, and Andre Braugher work it out as middle-aged single men. It's funnier and more touching than you think.

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The temperature is dropping, leaves' colors are changing, and the kids are back to learning, but who cares about all that nonsense! It's Fall TV season! New shows are dropping, channels are changing, and it's time for you to learn about what's on! Carve out a spot on your couch, check out our 2010 Fall TV Guide, and let us know what shows you'll be watching this season.

Tuesday

Glee, Biggest Loser, and NCIS all in the same hour? We wouldn't want to be newbie No Ordinary Family right about now. Other question marks include Fox giving a genre a shot that it hasn't had great luck in: the live-action comedy.

8:00 - 9:00 p.m.

ABC
No Ordinary Family
, (Series Premiere, September 28, 8 p.m.)
Ever wish Pixar's The Incredibles would be made into a live-action TV show? Well, this is the next best thing. Starring Michael Chiklis as (surprise) a really tough guy.

CBS
NCIS
, (Season 8 premiere, September 21, 8 p.m.)
The best show about the Naval Criminal Investigative Service on TV!

CW
One Tree Hill
, (Season 8 premiere, September 14, 8 p.m.)
The cast of pretty 20-something trying to figure out the balance between their lives and careers returns. And so do its crazy fans.

Fox
Glee
, (Season 2 premiere, September 21, 8 p.m.)
Everyone is watching this show about a high-school glee club, so you may as well too or pay the price of being the only person in the world who doesn't know who Puck is.

NBC
The Biggest Loser
, (Season 10 premiere, September 21, 8 p.m.)
You know the drill: Overweight people tell their sob stories. We Cry. Jillian Michaels kicks their ass. They cry. They make progress and lose weight. We all cry.

9:00 - 10:00 p.m.

ABC
Dancing with the Stars: The Results Show
, (September 28, 9 p.m.)
Who looked the least ridiculous?

CBS
NCIS: Los Angeles
, (Season 2 premiere, September 21, 9 p.m.)
The second best show about the Naval Criminal Investigative Service on TV!

CW
Life Unexpected
, (Season 2 premiere, September 14, 9 p.m.)
Were you expecting the show to come back? Watch how Lux (Britt Robertson) continues to adjust to living with her real parents after a life of living in the foster care system.

Fox
Raising Hope
, (Series Premiere, September 21, 9 p.m.)
This show's got a pretty solid cast with Martha Plimpton and Cloris Leachman in it. Let's see how it goes for yet another series about a wacky family doing wacky things. From My Name is Earl creator Greg Garcia.

Running Wilde, (Series Premiere, September 21, 9:30 p.m.)
Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz better give Will Arnett and David Cross the awesome dialogue they deserve in this wacky new sitcom (also starring Keri Russell), otherwise he's going to have an angry mob on his hands.

10:00 - 11:00 p.m.

ABC
Detroit 1-8-7
, (Series Premiere, September 21, 10 p.m.)
Did you really have to name it that? Hasn't Detroit been through enough? Michael Imperioli stars as Detective Joseph Fitch who heads up the homicide unit in Detroit.

CBS
The Good Wife
, (Season 2 premiere, September 28, 10 p.m.)
Julianna Margulies is back in this breakout hit. You go, girl!

Comedy Central
Nick Swardon's Pretend Time
, (Series Premiere, October 12, 10 p.m.)
It's Nick Swardson's turn to give the sketch-comedy genre a shot, but we get the feeling this one might actually be funny. Why? Because of Wheelchair Cat. It's a cat. In a wheelchair.

FX
Sons of Anarchy
, (Season 3 premiere, September 7, 10 p.m.)
Yes, some people are calling this television's best drama, and we're close to agreeing. It's gritty, nasty, and compelling. Besides, you'd look ridiculous on a Harley. Live vicariously through the members of the SAMCRO motorcycle club.

NBC
Parenthood
, (Season 2 premiere, September 21, 10 P.M.)
It survived to see a second season thanks to adoring critics. Now it's time to see what you missed: a standout cast, good family drama, and a chance to see Opie's name in the credits.

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The temperature is dropping, leaves' colors are changing, and the kids are back to learning, but who cares about all that nonsense! It's Fall TV season! New shows are dropping, channels are changing, and it's time for you to learn about what's on! Carve out a spot on your couch, check out our 2010 Fall TV Guide, and let us know what shows you'll be watching this season.

Wednesday

Humpday has all the fixin's: Reality, drama, comedy, and cheerleaders. We've got our eyes on J.J. Abrams' new spy drama Undercovers (provided it doesn't interfere with the cheerleaders), which has the potential to be TV's next big action series.

8:00 - 9:00 p.m.

ABC
The Middle
(Season 2, September 22, 8 p.m.)
Watch this very similar to Malcolm in the Middle series, as Frankie and Mike and the rest of the family live out their crazy lives in Orson, Indiana.

Better With You, (Series Premiere, September 22, 8:30 p.m.)
This new comedy is one of many new shows coming out about navigating the treacherous gauntlet known as... love! Beware!

CBS
Survivor: Nicaragua
, (Season 21 premiere, September 15, 8 p.m.)
Watch as the contestants go to Nicaragua to survive and keep the light in the middle of the island lit. Spoiler: They're all dead!

CW
America's Next Top Model
, (Season 15 premiere, September 8, 8 p.m.)
Cycle 15! More sort-of-pretty-but-definitely-vapid people! Let's judge them!

Fox
Hell's Kitchen
, (Season 8 premiere, September 22, 8 p.m. time slot until November 10, when pushed back to 9 p.m.)
A recipe for Gordon Ramsay's show? Five tablespoons of cooking, and 800 gallons of screaming insults.

Lie to Me, (Season 3 premiere, November 10, 8 p.m.)
Tim Roth continues to be a snarky badass human lie detector for another season. And that's the truth.

NBC
Undercovers
, (Series Premiere, September 22, 8 p.m.)
J.J. Abrams' new series about a husband (Boris Kodjoe) and wife (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) who are both spies. Remember, Abrams did the well-received spy drama Alias so he knows this game.

9:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

ABC
Modern Family
, (Season 2, September 22, 9 p.m.)
This year's Emmy winner for Outstanding comedy has a heck of a task matching the quality of season one. But having TV's best ensemble comedy cast sure makes things easier.

Cougar Town, (Season 2, September 22, 9:30 p.m.)
Same name, but slightly different premise; Jules (Courteney Cox) isn't chasing younger men now that she's got Grayson (Josh Hopkins), but she's gotta deal with empty nest syndrome now that Travis (Dan Byrd) is off at college.

CBS
Criminal Minds
, (Season 6 premiere, September 22, 9 p.m.)
How is this different from every other procedural on CBS? Because it focuses on the criminal and not the crime itself! Was that a good enough answer?

CW
Hellcats
, (Series Premiere, September 8, 9 p.m.)
Part Bring It On, part Glee, part Make It or Break It this show is undeniably a guilty pleasure show with plenty of CW eye candy. Produced by Tom Welling of Smallville fame.

NBC
Law & Order: SVU
, (Season 12 premiere, September 22, 9 p.m.)
Just one of thousands of shows in the Dick Wolf franchise returns. What makes these victims so "special" anyway?

10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

ABC
The Whole Truth
, (Series Premiere, September 22, 10 p.m.)
Yay! Rob Morrow is back on television and he plays an up and coming criminal attorney in New York. You've come a long way since Northern Exposure, Robby!

CBS
The Defenders
, (Series Premiere, September 22, 10 p.m.)
Rumor has it this light-hearted drama is based on real people. Jim Belushi (heeee's baaaaack!) and Jerry O'Connell star as quick-tongued street lawyers who fight for the little guy in Las Vegas.

FX
Terriers
, (Series Premiere, September 8, 10 p.m.)
We've learned to start trusting that whatever FX puts out will be good. This new series stars Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James as partners in an unlicensed private eye business.

NBC

Law & Order: Los Angeles, (Series Premiere, September 22, 10 p.m.)
Law and Order! But in L.A.!

11:00 - 12:00 p.m.

Bravo
Top Chef: Just Desserts
, (Series Premiere, September 15, 11 p.m.)
Screw the savory! Let them eat cake! Watch famous pastry chefs battle it out without having to put on all the weight!

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Thursday

CBS moved The Big Bang Theory to Thursdays, but aside from that, the day will look pretty similar with CSI, Grey's Anatomy, and NBC's comedy block. New entries include ABC's My Generation, The CW's spy-tastic Nikita, and NBC's Outsourced. Get ready for another Thursday bloodbath as shows fight for viewers. Can your DVR handle it?

8:00 - 9:00 p.m.

ABC
My Generation
, (Series Premiere, September 23, 8 p.m.)
Based on a Scandinavian series, this mockumentary mockuments a group of high-school classmates years later. Are they balding? Did they marry the high-school quarterback? How many kids do they have? Did they really need to know any Trigonometry? Find out on My Generation!

CBS
The Big Bang Theory
, (Season 4 premiere, September 23, 8 p.m.)
This top-rated sitcom moves to Thursdays to mess everyone else's schedule up. Listen in as Sheldon says some nerdy things and everyone wonders what planet he is from.

S#*t My Dad Says, (Series Premiere, September 23, 8:30 p.m.)
Shoot the sh*t with the Shat each week in this comedy based on someone's Twitter feed. Yes, seriously.

CW
Vampire Diaries
, (Season 2 premiere, September 9, 8 p.m.)
YOU CAN'T GET ENOUGH VAMPIRE ENTERTAINMENT IN YOUR LIFE! Don't even pretend!

Fox
Bones
, (Season 6 premiere, September 23, 8 p.m.)
Last season was rather emotionally turbulent, no? Bones (Emily Deschanel) rejected Booth's (David Boreanaz) declaration of love; she decided to spend some time researching weird things on a weirdly-named island while he shipped off to Iraq to help train people. And after Angela (Michaela Conlin) spent half the season mackin' on an intern, she screwed her head back on and eloped with Hodgins (TJ Thyne).

NBC
Community
, (Season 2 premiere, September 23, 8 p.m.)
Jeff is hot for teacher, hot for Britta, and now he's hot for Annie? With Spanish class no mas, the Greendale students are taking Anthropology this year.

30 Rock, (Season 5 premiere, September 23, 8:30 p.m.)
We can finally say that 30 Rock didn't win the Emmy this year, but that doesn't mean things won't be as crazy as they were before. Especially with Tracy Morgan around.

9:00 p.m. - 10 p.m.

ABC
Grey's Anatomy
, (Season 7 premiere, September 23, 9 p.m.)
The hospital drama is back and chances are it will involve lots of drama, drama and more drama. And doctors making out.

CBS
CSI
, (Season 11 premiere, September 23, 9 p.m.)
Don't deny it. We all know you'll be watching 'cause Justin Bieber will be guest starring in the premiere.

CW
Nikita
, (Series Premiere, September 9, 9 p.m.)
The incredibly gorgeous and tough Maggie Q kicks ass in her role as Nikita. In this iteration of the storyline, Nikita is fighting the people who made her into a killing machine.

Fox
Fringe
, (Season 3 premiere, September 23, 9 p.m.)
Uh, yeah. So Walter (John Noble) wreaked havoc on the alternate universe, Olivia (Anna Torv) is stuck in said alternate universe, and Peter (Joshua Jackson) agreed to stay in the regular universe because he loooooves Olivia. Oh, and there are duplicates of everybody. This is going to be one hell of a season.

NBC
The Office
, (Season 7 premiere, September 23, 9 p.m.)
Look, if this was your last season on a show, Steve Carell would definitely tune in. Don't be a jerk.

Outsourced, (Series premiere, September 23, 9:30 p.m.)
This "comedy" shows what happens when cultures clash in an Indian-based customer support call center for a novelty gift company. Yes, this is an actual show.

10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

ABC
Private Practice
, (Season 4 premiere, September 23, 10 p.m.)
It's like Grey's Anatomy, but more private and more practical.

CBS
The Mentalist
, (Season 3 premiere, September 23, 10 p.m.)
We wonder if Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) can use his sorta-psychic abilities to figure out how much we secretly crush on him.

FX
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
, (Season 6 premiere, September 16, 10 p.m.)
FX's flagship comedy is not to be watched by anyone under 50 years old, anyone with a sense of decency, or anyone with a stick up their butt.

The League, (September 16, 10:30 p.m.)
The series about fantasy football and the dudes who obsess about the state of Adrian Peterson's groin returns for a second season. Plus, Paul Scheer is in it and we love him.

NBC
The Apprentice
(Season 10 premiere, September 9, 10 p.m.)
The boss is back. Prepare your combs and your pointy finger.

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The temperature is dropping, leaves' colors are changing, and the kids are back to learning, but who cares about all that nonsense! It's Fall TV season! New shows are dropping, channels are changing, and it's time for you to learn about what's on! Carve out a spot on your couch, check out our 2010 Fall TV Guide, and let us know what shows you'll be watching this season.

Friday

Friday is no longer a throwaway day for networks. Need proof? Medium, Smallville, Human Target, Supernatural, and CSI:NY. Plus heaps of high-profile new shows starring Jimmy Smits, Tom Selleck, and Dana Delaney. Stay in on Friday nights, you're friends will understand.

8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

ABC
Secret Millionaire
, (TBD, 8 p.m.)
Rich people pretend they're poor in this new reality series. Shhhh! It's a secret.

CBS
Medium
, (Season 7 premiere, September 24, 8 p.m.)
Talking to spirits ain't easy. We'll find out how Allison's brain tumor will affect her life.

CW
Smallville
, (Season 10 premiere, September 24, 8 p.m.)
This is the finale season of the long-running show, so expect Clark to take the skies and don the famous Superman outfit at some point!

Fox
Human Target
, (Season 2 premiere, October 1, 8 p.m.)
Chance, Winston, and Guerrero are joined by a new boss, who just so happens to be female. Eeek! At least she's loaded!

NBC
School Pride
, (Series Premiere, September 24, 8 p.m.)
A make-over show for inner city schools. Like Dangerous Minds meets Extreme Home Makeover.

9:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

ABC
Body of Proof
, (Series Premiere, September 24, 9 p.m.)
Dana Delaney stars in this new series about a tough medical examiner.

CBS
CSI:NY
, (Season 7 premiere, September 24, 9 p.m.)
This one doesn't promise Justin Bieber, but it'll still be worth watching.

CW
Supernatural
, (Season 6 premiere, September 24, 9 p.m.)
According to the show's producer, this season will focus mostly on Sam and Dean's relationship. And then, you know, a ton of monsters.

Fox
The Good Guys
, (Season 1 continues, September 24, 9 p.m.)
Two cops get stuck with the small cases, but end up turning them into big ones. Because they're good guys, see?

10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

CBS
Blue Bloods
(Series Premiere, September 24, 10 p.m.)
Tom Selleck—and his mustache—make a triumphant return to television in this new New York City-based drama about a family full o'cops.

HBO
Real Time with Bill Maher
, (Season 9 premiere, September 17, 10 p.m.)
More political talk with famous people.

NBC
Outlaw
, (Series Premiere, September 24, 9 p.m.)
Jimmy Smits is back playing a retired Supreme Court justice who decides to take matters back into his own hands.

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The temperature is dropping, leaves' colors are changing, and the kids are back to learning, but who cares about all that nonsense! It's Fall TV season! New shows are dropping, channels are changing, and it's time for you to learn about what's on! Carve out a spot on your couch, check out our 2010 Fall TV Guide, and let us know what shows you'll be watching this season.

Saturday

Hey, we aren't going to sugar coat it. There isn't much on TV on Saturdays, aside from an onslaught of college football. So go out, enjoy the day, and make sure you're back in time for Saturday Night Live.

Late Night

NBC
Saturday Night Live
(September 25, 11:30 p.m.)
So, we heard Jane Lynch is hosting this season and we couldn't be more excited. Until we heard that Bryan Cranston was hosting.

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The temperature is dropping, leaves' colors are changing, and the kids are back to learning, but who cares about all that nonsense! It's Fall TV season! New shows are dropping, channels are changing, and it's time for you to learn about what's on! Carve out a spot on your couch, check out our 2010 Fall TV Guide, and let us know what shows you'll be watching this season.

Sunday

It's the last chance to enjoy your weekend before you go back to the grind. Won't you spend those precious moments on the couch staring at a glowing screen like a zombie?

8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

CBS
The Amazing Race (Season 17 premiere, Time Period Premiere)
, (September 26, 8:30 p.m., then heads to its regular timeslot on October 3, 8:00 p.m.)
In this Emmy winner, teams race around the globe to compete for world peace. I mean one million dollars.

Fox
The Simpsons
, (Season 22 premiere, September 26, 8:00 p.m.)
How's this for a long run? People born when The Simpsons first premiered can now legally drink booze in America.

The Cleveland Show, (Season 2 premiere, September 26, 8:30 p.m.)
Seth MacFarlane's Family Guy spin-off returns.

9:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

ABC
Desperate Housewives
, (Season 7 premiere, September 26, 9 p.m.)
Aww yeah, Paul Young (Mark Moses) is coming back to Wisteria Lane. And Vanessa Williams is adding some sass. And Brian Austin Green is planting his man-candy self in suburbia, too. This season might actually be good!

CBS
Undercover Boss (Time Period Premiere)
, (Season 2, October 3, 9 p.m.)
Big bosses pretending to understand what it's like to be the little man! Heartwarming! And it doubles as great P.R. for the company featured!

Fox
Family Guy
, (Season 9 premiere, September 26, 9 p.m.)
Here's a fun little Family Guy game. Check out the episode guide and try and predict which episodes the Parents Television Council will make a fuss over!

American Dad!, (Season 6 premiere, October 3, 9:30 p.m.)
Another animated show to fill Seth MacFarlane's wallet.

HBO
Boardwalk Empire
, (Series Premiere, September 19, 9 p.m.)
A new show about the Prohibition Era in Atlantic City that's produced and directed by Martin Scorsese and stars Steve Buscemi? How can this NOT be good? Answer: it can't. It will be great.

Showtime
Dexter
, (Season 5 premiere, September 26, 9 p.m.)
Now that Rita (Julie Benz) is gone, Dexter (Michael C. Hall) has even more demons to battle—and single-fatherhood to figure out. This is going to get real real quick.

10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

ABC
Brothers & Sisters
, (Season 5 premiere, September 26, 10 p.m.)
If every family had the amount and drama the Walkers have, the world would be a crying, sobbing mess. But what will the show be without Rob Lowe?

CBS
Undercover Boss
, (Season 2 premiere, September 26, 10 p.m.)
The season premiere kicks off an hour later than its regular slot, but the shocking revelations about the companies remain the same.

CSI: Miami, (Season 9 premiere, October 3, 10 p.m.)
You know, it's like CSI or CSI: NY but in Miami. Wahhhhhhh!

HBO
Bored to Death
, (Season 2 premiere, September 26, 10 p.m.)
Jason Schwartzman returns in his role as private dick, with Zach Galifianakis as graphic novelist Ray and Ted Danson as pot-smoking deal-wheeling editor George returning as his hilarious sidekicks.

Eastbound & Down, (Season 2 premiere, September 26, 10:30 p.m.)
Kenny Powers heads down south to Mexico in the second season of profanity-laced comedy of a washed-up baseball pro.

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