Monday, September 19th
8-10 p.m. Season Debut of Dancing With The Stars on ABC
8-10 p.m. Season Debut of The Sing-Off on NBC
8-9 p.m. Season Debut of How I Met Your Mother on CBS
9-9:30 p.m. Season Debut of Two And A Half Men on CBS
9:30-10 p.m. Series Debut of 2 Broke Girls on CBS
10-11 p.m. Season Debut of Castle on ABC
10-11 p.m. Season Debut of Hawaii Five-0 on CBS
10-11 p.m. Series Debut of The Playboy Club on NBC
Tuesday, September 20th
8-10 p.m. Season Debut of The Biggest Loser on NBC
8-9 p.m. Season Debut of Glee on FOX
8-9 p.m. Season Debut of NCIS on CBS
9-10 p.m. Season Debut of NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS
9-9:30 Series Debut of The New Girl on FOX
9:30-10 p.m. Season Debut of Raising Hope on FOX
10-11 p.m. Season Debut of Body of Proof on ABC
10-11 p.m. Series Debut of Unforgettable on CBS
Wednesday, September 21st
8-10 p.m. Series Debut of The X-Factor on FOX
8-9 p.m. Season Debut of The Middle on ABC
9-10 p.m. Season Debut of Criminal Minds on CBS
9-10 p.m. Season Debut of Modern Family on ABC
9-10 p.m. Season Debut of Harry’s Law on CBS
10-11 p.m. Series Debut of Revenge on ABC
10-11 p.m. Season Debut of CSI on CBS
10-11 p.m. Season Debut of Law & Order: SVU on NBC
Thursday, September 22nd
8-9 p.m. Series Debut of Charlie’s Angels on ABC
8-8:30 p.m. Season Debut of Community on NBC
8-9 p.m. Season Debut of The Big Bang Theory on CBS
8:30-9 p.m. Season Debut of Parks and Recreation on NBC
9-10 p.m. Series Debut of Person Of Interest on CBS
9-9:30 p.m. Season Debut of The Office on NBC
9:30-10 p.m. Series Debut of Whitney on NBC
9-11 p.m. Season Debut of Gray’s Anatomy on ABC
10-11 p.m. Season Debut of The Mentalist on CBS
10-11 p.m. Series Debut of Prime Suspect on NBC
Friday, September 23rd
8-9 p.m. Season Debut of Nikita on The CWSunday, September 25th
8-9 p.m. Season Debut of Kitchen Nightmares on FOX
8-9 p.m. Series Debut of A Gifted Man on CBS
9-11 p.m. Season Debut of Dateline on NBC
9-10 p.m. Season Debut of CSI on CBS
9-10 p.m. Season Debut of Supernatural on The CW
9-9:30 p.m. Season Debut of Fringe on FOX
10-11 p.m. Season Debut of Blue Bloods on CBS
7-9 p.m. Season Debut of Extreme Makeover Home Edition on ABC
8-9 p.m. Season Debut of The Amazing Race on CBS
8-8:30 p.m. Season Debut of The Simpsons on FOX
8:30-9 p.m. Season Debut of The Cleveland Show on FOX
9-9:30 p.m. Season Debut of Family Guy on FOX
9-10 p.m. Season Debut of Desperate Housewives on ABC
9-10 p.m. Season Debut of The Good Wife on CBS
9:30-10 p.m. Season Debut of American Dad on CBS
10-11 p.m. Series Debut of Pan-Am on ABC
10-11 p.m. Season Debut of CSI: Miami on CBS
New Series Synopses
2 Broke Girls is reminiscent of The Odd Couple. Two young women from very different backgrounds are forced to live together because of the one thing they have in common: they’re both broke. Somehow the former rich girl and the one who has always had to work two jobs just to make ends meet have to survive each other and maybe become more successful as a team than they were as individuals.
The Playboy Club is a a period drama focusing on events at the hippest night club in 1960s Chicago, the Playboy Club. The women who wear the bunny uniform are a major part of the show’s focus and there’s a bit of a mystery attached as well.
The X-Factor is the American version of Simon Cowell`s British talent search sensation.
The New Girl stars Zooey Deschannel as a woman living – platonically – with three male roommates after catching her model boyfriend cheating on her. Jess is a quirky young lady re-entering the dating game with the help of her three new roommates and streetwise model, and Jess`s best friend Cece.
Unforgettable stars Poppy Montgomery as Carrie Wells a former cop who has hyperthymesia and is incapable of forgetting anything. An ex-cop now living in New York she goes back to being a cop after she becomes involved in a murder investigation led by her former partner who was also her lover.
Revenge is billed as a modern take on the classic The Count Of Monte Cristo. Under the name Emily Thorne, Amanda Clark returns to the Hamptons house where she grew up, seeking revenge on the people that she blames for the wrongful conviction and death of her father and the destruction of her family.
Charlie’s Angels is a remake of Aaron Spelling’s 1970s T&A classic, this time produced by Drew Barrymore who was one of the stars of the two movie remakes of the series. This time the Angels aren’t unfulfilled women cops, but ex-cons with talents that make them an effective team as private investigators.
In Person Of Interest a mysterious software billionaire has developed a computer program that predicts the identity of people connected to violent crimes that will take place in the future. To help him prevent these crimes before they happen he hires a presumed dead former CIA agent to effectively become his leg man.
Prime Suspect is an American remake of the classic British series. Maria Bello plays the new leader of a team of detectives whose new squad isn’t enthusiastic about taking orders from a woman, particularly a woman that they suspect has slept her way into her new job.
A Gifted Man is the story of a self-absorbed doctor whose encounter with the ghost of his ex-wife changes his life. He helps to run the free clinic that she had worked at and encounters people who really need his help.
Pan-Am is another period piece, this time looking at the lives of a group of flight attendants – or stewardesses as they were known then – in the 1960s when air travel was glamorous and the stewardess was the symbol of that glamour, even if the reality was nowhere near as good as the image.