TVLine Shares Its 2012 Wish List for Grey's, FNL, Fringe, Vampire Diaries, Community and More

It’s been an incredible year in television (here’s to you, Breaking Bad, Sons of Anarchy, Community, Parks and Rec, Homeland and Parks and Rec), but we here at TVLine are craving even more out of the next 12 months. From Gossip Girl “going there” with Blair and a certain fella to Cougar Town digging its claws into meaty ratings upon its return, we have our own very specific TV wish list for 2012 — so networks, take note!

Our readers have already spoken. Now, here’s what TVLine Founder/Editor-in-Chief Michael Ausiello, Editor-at-Large Matt Webb Mitovich, Senior Editor Michael Slezak, West Coast Editor Meg Masters and West Coast Reporter Vlada Gelman have singled out as dream TV scenarios in the New Year.

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  1. harum scarum says:

    ITA about wanting the old blair back! this new princess-y version of her doesn’t hold a candle to Queen B! and yes BRING BACK THE HEADBANDS!

    don’t really want dair though…CHAIR FOREVER!

  2. Pam says:

    Nice shout out to Being Erica. A very cute show and season 3 ended with a twist. I am not obsessing over the twist but it would be nice to know who Erica’s mystery patient was.

  3. Adele M. says:

    Re.Grey’s. Bring Izzy back permanently, even if in people’s dreams..

  4. Angela says:

    Fully agreed on “Community” returning bigger and better than ever and having a stronger footing, as well as getting Emmy nods (and on the subject of Emmys, I’d also request, can Craig Ferguson PLEASE finally get some Emmy love, too? Please? It’s beyond time).

    And surprised to see a mention of finding out what the heck exactly happened at the end of “All My Children”, but yeah! I know my mom’s certainly interested to know what all went down, so if that could happen somehow, yes, let’s see that.

    Finally, THANK YOU regarding the comment about trimming down reality shows from 2 hours. Amen.

  5. Bradly Wynn says:

    Thank you for this very interesting post. I enjoyed reading it.