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The Daily Beast: "Is Your New Favorite Show Here?"

Over at The Daily Beast, I've spent the week updating our gallery of new broadcast network television series, as the networks unveiled their fall schedules and announced new programming at this week's upfronts.

You can check out the gallery at The Daily Beast--which has video clips and trailers for all of the new series for the 2010-11 season--and keep track of all of the renewals and cancellation by visiting my post "Is Your New Favorite Show Here?" (and get to the gallery directly by clicking here).

In the meantime, I'm curious to know which new series are you most excited about? And which do you think are doomed to fail? Head to the comments section to discuss.

Comments

Udo said…
Thank you for the excellent coverage. Sadly, there's not that much that I'm excited about next season (at least in terms of new shows). Undercovers and the new Will Arnett show have potential but those are really the only two that interest me!
Debbie said…
Jace -

I agree with Udo - great coverage and it is fantastic to have all of the upfront trailers in one location.

Have to say that I did not watch all 38 of them, but I am also most excited about Undercovers. Several of the others shows (like No Ordinary Family) may find their footing, but I was not blown away by anything other than the sheer quantity of new shows that have been greenlit.
Tonya Ricucci said…
There are actually a few I'm excited about.

S#@& My Dad Says - I love William Shatner in ham mode

Mr Sunshine - love the leads and the premise sounds good

Running Wilde - love Will Arnett

Undercovers - love JJ Abrams previous shows.

No Ordinary Family, The Event, and The Cape - I love genre tv (except when there are dinosaurs)

What I'm NOT looking forward to? All those darn cops and lawyers and medical examiners and forensics... gack - try something new. Or old - bring back Pushing Daisies and Better Off Ted, darnit!

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