Fall TV Preview

Fall TV Preview: Your Guide to What's New!

As one season wraps, another is already on the horizon. The networks have unveiled their lineups for the 2012-13 TV season, and TVLine has compiled this handy guide to the new offerings.

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Review the following alphabetical slideshow and then hit the comments to let us know what you’ll be watching. (Video previews will be added as they become available.)

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Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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  1. jim says:

    I think America will stick with American horror story as 666 park ave sounds like the top 1% the empethy just not there. But who knows Mad Men scores big and they picked a great cast. If it lasts a year I get it on netflix.

  2. Dee Kottkamp says:

    I think the Last Resort looks really good- I am ready for a good adventure!

  3. Kayla says:

    I’ll give Chicago Fire a try, because Jesse Spencer is awesome!

  4. shahendr says:

    What happened to ‘Gotahm’? I had the opportunity to see a pilot, and while far from perfect, it certainly had more mileage than some of this stuff.

  5. Imanuel says:

    Can someone please tell me when Mistresses is going to air? I do not understand what they mean by “Summer 2013”. Is it going to be a summer show next season or what? Please, the show looks really interesting and i want to be up to date with what is going to happen. I just do not understand what Summer 2013 means for the show.

  6. Lori says:

    I’m looking forward to Family Tools for the simple fact I miss King of Queens, anything with Leah Remini in it with her “Carrie”-essence type character has me anxiously awaiting its arrival.

  7. Sarabi says:

    James Purefoy playing a serial killer? YUM!
    I am keeping my fingers crossed for Mockingbird Lane! And I will start watching Go On only if they announce that it’s been renewed for a second season because I’ve been burnt by canceled Matthew Perry sitcoms before.
    Partners also looks interesting.

  8. kyle smith says:

    please bring being lara bingle back on for a special 90mintue edition


  10. Eddie Ragasa says:

    Seriously, Chicago Fire, are you kidding me? Another knockoff of Rescue Me, then there is Station 51, Engine 51…copycat of the 1970’s show Emergency! and Taylor Kinney he was in that God awful show about San Francisco Paramedics called Trauma which all of us Paramedics in the field complained about including me being a 21+ year paramedic veteran.

  11. JoMarch says:

    Why does Lucy Liu keep getting jobs ? I don’t think she can act; one expression, a range of one emotion. Can’t stand her!

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