All summer I've been dealing with reality TV and was able to catch up on Glee since I didn't start watching it until mid season.
Shows I'll be dvr'ing religiously:
Oprah - No laughing people. I get all my great ideas from Oprah and her guests. I've read fabulous books, found some favorite things and saw Charice as a child star before she blew up with the help of the big O.
Big Love - I've watched this since it started four seasons ago. The last season ended with Bill outing all the wives to the whole city. While everyone basically suspected they were polygamists, they are now out in the open. Let the chaos begin!
How to Make it in America - I love HBO shows and am the only person who doesn't watch True Blood. (I know, I know, I started to watch a few episodes and then lost interest.) BUT, I didn't lose interest with this one mostly because of who the lead actor is....hello Bryan Greenberg.
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Glee - Ahh, Glee. A show set about 1.5 hours west of here in Lima, Ohio. So, Quinn gave her baby and if the previews mean anything, it looks like she is going jump back in the no-sex-zone with Finn, probably leaving Rachel to hook up with a new character. Hopefully, Kurt will see some actual guy action although I did just rewatch the episode where he makes out with Brittany in his basement. I'm looking forward to the Britney episode (really, are you even surprised?) and this Beiste character who will rival Sue Sylvester. Here's a link to a new preview. Did you hear Gaga in it?
Modern Family - I absolutely love this show and can rewatch the episodes over and over to find something I missed the first time. It's amazing and beyond well written because both the BF and I laugh out loud at the damn TV. Phil is my favorite, followed by Cameron and Mitchell (yes together) and then Manny. Who doesn't love a very serious and adorable kid?
Parenthood - I started watching this show mid way through and picked up the rest of the episodes online. I really love Lauren Graham so she kept me interested in the whole show. It's a family drama but much more serious than Modern Family.
Desperate Housewives - I started way back when with this show and it's part of my Sunday night routine. I can't give up on these housewives now! I follow it up with Brothers & Sisters and the BF won't watch either of these with me. He can normally be heard saying, "This is the worst acting ever," in regards to the Housewives and "why is everyone yelling" when I watch Brothers & Sisters.
Law & Order: SVU - Ahhhh, Benson and Stabler. I still don't know how after all these years they've never hooked up.
What about you? What is your list of shows this fall?