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Here are some of the new shows for the Fall 2005 season. Some look rather interesting.

September 4 - September 10

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Reunion

Premiere: Thursday, Sept. 8, 9 pm/ET, Fox

One of six childhood friends (Will Estes, Chyler Leigh and Amanda Righetti, among others) has been murdered. As a detective (Mathew St. Patrick of Six Feet Under) investigates, the trail takes him back 20 years to the friends' 1986 high-school graduation. Each episode is a flashback to a pivotal point in a different year. The story advances year by year, week by week, until we learn whodunit.

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September 11 - September 17

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> The War at Home

Premiere: Sunday, Sept. 11, 8:30 pm/ET, Fox

Dave (Michael Rapaport) and Vicky (Anita Barone) are in a parent trap, contending with three screaming teens: a sexually rebellious daughter (Kaylee DeFer) and two sons, one of ambiguous sexuality (Kyle Sullivan) and one (Dean Collins) who's going through puberty. Expect to see caustic confessionals, spoken to the camera, to express what's going on in everyone's agitated mind.

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Bones Premiere: Tuesday, Sept. 13, 8 pm/ET, Fox

Give this gal some bones and she'll solve your crime. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) is a forensic anthropologist and part-time crime novelist (the character's based on best-selling author Kathy Reichs). With help from fellow lab geniuses, she unearths evidence from even the most decomposed or damaged remains. FBI guy Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) often enlists her aid, although he's no fan of science-geek "squints."Headstrong Dr. Brennan ("Don't call me Bones!") insists on joining Booth in the field, but she's a lot less adept with the living than the dead.

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Supernatural

Premiere: Tuesday, Sept. 13, 9 pm/ET, WB

Two brothers, Jensen Ackles of Smallville and Jared Padalecki of Gilmore Girls, travel America's back roads in a '67 Chevy Impala, seeking out and vanquishing the most malevolent ghosts from local urban legend. Their ultimate goal: tracking down the evil force that destroyed their mother when they were kids and may have caused the recent disappearance of their demon-fighting dad.

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Head Cases Premiere: Wednesday, Sept. 14, 9 pm/ET, Fox

Hotshot lawyer Jason Payne (Chris O'Donnell) is restarting his career after a nervous breakdown, the loss of his job and the collapse of his marriage. Payne's therapist pairs him with an even worse-off lawyer: Russell Shultz (Adam Goldberg), who suffers manic outbursts from an explosive disorder.

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Twins

Premiere: Friday, September 16, 8:30 pm/ET, WB

Twins don't come much more different than Mitchee (Sara Gilbert) of the sardonic wit and Farrah (Molly Stanton) of the succulent bod. Mitchee takes after dad (Mark Linn-Baker), who founded the family lingerie company, and Farrah after her Botoxed mom (Melanie Griffith), a former model. The parents want to turn the business over to their daughters. Can the sisters stop the sniping long enough to make it work?

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Premiere: Friday, Sept. 16, 9 pm/ET, CBS

When a freaky alien object wreaks havoc on a Navy ship in the North Atlantic, the world's sexiest risk analyst (Carla Gugino) puts into action her "threshold" contingency plan for first contact. She assembles a team of eccentric geniuses (Brent Spiner, Peter Dinklage, Rob Benedict) to investigate. "Not exactly Charlie's Angels, are they?" quips their covert-ops escort (Brian Van Holt). What they see, even on video, makes their noses and ears bleed and invades their nightmares, maybe even their DNA.

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September 18 - September 24

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Surface Premiere: Monday, Sept. 19, 8 pm/ET, NBC

It's close encounters of the wettest kind as the discovery of a mysterious new underwater species entangles four disparate characters: a single-mom oceanographer (Lake Bell from Boston Legal); a government scientist (Rade Sherbedgia); a Louisiana fisherman (Jay R. Ferguson) and a young boy (Carter Jenkins) who fishes a gooey egg from the sea, with messy results. But do these new creatures come from below — or above?

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Premiere: Monday, Sept. 19, 8:30 pm/ET, CBS

When his best friend (Jason Segel) announces his engagement, Ted (Josh Radnor) gets anxious to discover the love of his life, despite the scoffing of snarky bud Barney (Neil Patrick Harris). Could gorgeous TV-reporter Robin (Cobie Smulders) be the one? The story is told in flashback from the year 2030, as a grown-up Ted (voice of Bob Saget) relates his romantic-comedy misadventures to his kids.

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Kitchen Confidential Premiere: Monday, Sept. 19, 8:30 pm/ET, Fox

Celebrity-chef Jack Bourdain (Alias' Bradley Cooper) is cooking up a comeback. Having crashed and burned as an overindulgent young star, Jack is given 48 hours to assemble a crew to jump-start a fancy New York City eatery. Jack's short fuse and arrogance, plus his staff's antics — Anyone seen that missing finger? — could be a recipe for disaster.

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Premiere: Monday, Sept. 19, 9 pm/ET, WB

At 19, whiz-kid law grad "Skip" Ross (Jay Baruchel from Undeclared) passed the bar before he could get served in one. No firm will hire him, so he reluctantly goes to work for boozehound burnout Grant Cooper (Don Johnson). Before you know it, Skip's idealism — "Why don't we start trying to win?" — begins to reawaken Grant's passion for justice.

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Premiere: Monday, Sept. 19, 9:30 pm/ET, CBS

Is there ever a doctor in this house! Ben (Christopher Gorham) is often patronized by his family of physicians for being a mere couples' counselor, but they could all use his help. His brother (Ty Burrell) is a womanizing plastic surgeon. His sister (Paula Marshall) is an ER doctor who can't keep a girlfriend. And Ben is caught between his divorced parents — a strident cardiologist mother (Stockard Channing) and a mild-mannered gastroenterologist dad (Henry Winkler) who has taken up with his receptionist (Jennifer Tilly).

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> My Name is Earl Premiere: Tuesday, Sept. 20, 9 pm/ET, NBC

All-around loser and petty crook Earl (Jason Lee) wins $100,000 in a scratch-off lottery, gets hit by a car, loses the ticket, then has an epiphany after hearing Carson Daly talk about karma on TV. He decides to do good things so good things will happen to him — like finding the ticket again. With a dimwit brother (Ethan Suplee) and other lowlifes as company, Earl pledges to right all of his past wrongs.

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September 18 - September 24

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Premiere: Wednesday, Sept. 21, 10 pm/ET, ABC

Hurricane Eve descends on a tropical Eden near the Florida Everglades, threatening a family (that include Eddie Cibrian and Lisa Sheridan) already torn apart by divorce. During the storm strange lights fall into the swamps, where spooky discoveries lurk. A conspiracy freak (Tyler Labine) thinks the hurricane is a cover for extraterrestrial activity. Is he onto something? Keep watching the skies — and the screen.

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> The Apprentice: Martha Stewart Premiere: Wednesday, Sept. 21, 8 pm/ET, NBC

Trump this! The Apprentice gets a makeover as 16 contestants — 10 women, six men — try to meet the perfectionist standards of domestic icon Martha Stewart. And, warns executive producer Mark Burnett, "This has nothing to do with how you can arrange flowers or bake cakes. It's how [you can] make a business out of that."

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Premiere: Wednesday, Sept. 21, 9 pm/ET, NBC

There's a brash new hunk at the Pentagon. Former Green Beret and Army Major JT Tisnewski (Benjamin Bratt) is "fresh from the field" and running Special Ops with cranky Colonel McNulty (Dennis Hopper). Both work in the Pentagon Building's outer "E-Ring," where all the critical decisions are made and both are at war with the Defense Department's bureaucracy.

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Premiere: Thursday, Sept. 22, 8 pm/ET, UPN

What doesn't kill you makes you funnier. So we gather from Chris Rock's childhood memoir, which he narrates. It's set in 1982, when 13-year-old Chris (Tyler James Williams) moves into a tough Brooklyn neighborhood with his family: a younger brother (Tequan Richmond) who's taller and cooler, a manipulative kid sister (Imani Hakim) and hard-working parents (Tichina Arnold, Terry Crews) who watch his every move.

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Love, Inc. Premiere: Thursday, Sept. 22, 9:30 pm/ET, UPN

Romance is a business at Love, Inc., a dating service that sends "wingwomen" and "wingmen" into the field with their clients to help them make love connections. Denise (Busy Phillipps), the firm's top wingwoman, is incapable of finding a man. Her boss, Clea (Holly Robinson Peete), is now on the market after her marriage fell apart. Most desperate of all is Argentinian receptionist Viviana (Ion Overman), who needs a husband so she can score a green card.

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Premiere: Thursday, Sept. 22, 10 pm/ET, CBS

Forget DNA. When there's no physical evidence at a crime scene, the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit is called in to seek psychological clues and stop serial criminals in their tracks. Team leader Jason Gideon (Mandy Patinkin) is coming off a six-month sabbatical to relieve post-traumatic stress, and some wonder if he's as unstable as the fiends they're pursuing. (After its premiere, the show will air Wednesdays at 9 pm/ET.)

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September 18 - September 24

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Premiere: Friday, Sept. 23, 8 pm/ET, CBS

If beautiful newlywed Melinda Gordon (Jennifer Love Hewitt) looks like she's just seen a ghost… well, duh, she usually has. Her gift — or curse — is to sense Earthbound spirits who left behind unresolved issues and who need closure before crossing over. Sounds like a job for Supermedium! Her supportive but wary husband (David Conrad) is a paramedic who worries that if he doesn't do his job well enough, Melinda will end up with more clients.

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Killer Instinct Premiere: Friday, Sept. 23, 9 pm/ET, Fox

Det. Jack Hale (Johnny Messner) heads up San Francisco's Deviant Crime Unit, tracking the city's most twisted criminals — no kidding — with the blessing of his boss (Chi McBride) and the help of fellow detective Danielle Carter (Kristin Lehman, who joins the show in the second episode). Hale is still mourning the death of his female partner, who was killed in the line of duty. His self-imposed hiatus may have included a stay in a mental institution.

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Three Wishes Premiere: Friday, Sept. 23, 9 pm/ET, NBC

Know someone who needs to have an impossible dream realized? Call on this show's team of genies, led by Christian-music star Amy Grant. Each week the wish-fulfillers descend on a town or city to tackle three life-changing challenges. And while in town, the team often tackles smaller, everyday wishes.

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Inconceivable Premiere: Friday, Sept. 23, 10 pm/ET, NBC

And baby makes... money, for the staff of Family Options Fertility Clinic, where therapist/cofounder and single mom Rachel Lu (Ming-Na of ER) clashes with cocky docs Jonathan Cake and Angie Harmon on ethical and legal issues.

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September 25 - October 1

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Extras Premiere: Sunday, Sept. 25, 10:30 pm/ET, HBO

In his first series since cocreating the sublime British sitcom The Office, Ricky Gervais stars as a bitter, aspiring actor stuck, literally, in the background of life, who's desperate for that one big break. Guest stars Ben Stiller, Samuel L. Jackson, Kate Winslet and Patrick Stewart provide self-deprecating performances as themselves.

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Premiere: Tuesday, Sept. 27, 9 pm/ET, ABC

When a Republican president dies, his V.P., Mackenzie Allen (Geena Davis), makes history as she is sworn into office. Her résumé: Nobel-winning university chancellor, congresswoman, mother and, yes, an Independent. But everyone, including the president on his deathbed and the power-hungry speaker of the House (Donald Sutherland), wants her to resign.

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</td> <td style="padding: 0px 15px 15px;" valign="top"> Sex, Love & Secrets Premiere: Tuesday, Sept. 27, 9 pm/ET, UPN

The hip off-Hollywood enclave of Silver Lake fancies itself the next Melrose Place, judging by the tortured romantic shenanigans of this group of twentysomething friends. While a scheming publicist (Denise Richards) sets her sights on the rocker boyfriend (James Stevenson) of celebrity journalist Rose (Lauren German), oversexed hairdresser Charlie(Eric Balfour) changes partners like socks. Also, lonely OB-GYN Nina (Tamara Taylor) is charmed by an online date (Lucas Bryant); she lets him move in, unaware of his ominous baggage.

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Premiere: Thursday, Sept. 29, 9 pm/ET, ABC

Reporter Carl Kolchak (Stuart Townsend) covers a beat few would envy: things that go bump in the night and leave a bloody mess behind. As colleagues question his methods and obsessions, Kolchak faces supernatural horrors that may not be fit to print. He's also haunted by the murder of his pregnant wife, who was snatched from their car while he was unconscious.

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October 2 - October 8

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Premiere: Tuesday, Oct. 4, 10 pm/ET, CBS

Indianapolis prosecutor Annabeth Chase (Jennifer Finnigan) has a perfect conviction record against suburban bad guys who commit horrible domestic crimes. She also has a brand-new baby, and the mommy track cost her a promotion. Her tough new boss (Kimberly Elise) worries that Annabeth is now making decisions with her hormones.

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Premiere: Wednesday, Oct. 5, 8:30 pm/ET, ABC

Celebrity-chef Freddie Moreno's (Freddie Prinze Jr.) Chicago bachelor pad is overrun with women. Unfortunately for his swinging lifestyle, they're all family: his widowed, irresponsible sister-in-law (Madchen Amick), his bossy divorced sister (Jacqueline Obradors), his teenage niece (Chloe Suazo) and his disapproving grandma (Jenny Gago), who speaks only Spanish.

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Premiere: Wednesday, Oct. 5, 9 pm/ET, WB

Meet the four Sorelli sisters: Workaholic lawyer Ginnie (Jennifer Esposito) just learned she's pregnant, therapist Ann (Kiele Sanchez) is ending a long-term relationship, party-planner Marjee (Lizzy Caplan) has been evicted from an illegal sublet and Rose (Laura Breckinridge), the youngest, has swapped pre-med for experimental theater. When their long-widowed dad announces he's getting remarried, the sisters are thrown back into each other's lives — and his.

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Premiere: Friday, Oct. 7, 9:30 pm/ET, ABC

When they're not selling Manhattan real estate at the all-female Hot Properties office, they're talking about sex, and men, and sex, and love, and sex, and dating and…. To top it off, senior member Ava (Gail O'Grady) is in her forties and happily married to a 25-year-old — who hasn't a clue about her real age

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Source: TV Guide

 
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it seems like TV is not very good anymore. i have been feeling that for a while now tho.

 
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wow thanks for the great info. that seems like it mightve taken a while to do. im looking forward to 'how i met your mother', and also 'my name is earl'. i hope its funny because i love jason lee. :icon_love
 
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yet more reasons to skip primetime... tv just isn't what it used to be...
 
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Originally Posted by ikebana "Reunion" sounds interesting... I am definitely going to look into since its after my fave show... The OC:icon_love
 

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