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Published: February 14, 2008 at 02:18 AM GMT
Last Updated: February 15, 2008 at 02:18 AM GMT
For more on this subject, check out Ed Martin's review of the South Park episode Trapped in the Closet and his column about the bizarre public behavior of Tom Cruise. Also read TVMaven's take on the infamous Tom Cruise Scientology video.
Meantime, ABC and CBS have stepped up and above the others in their efforts to preserve some of the excitement of the traditional premiere week. In addition to starting new seasons of their hottest shows – “The Good Wife,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “Person of Interest,” “NCIS,” “Survivor,” “The Amazing Race” and “Blue Bloods” on CBS; “Modern Family,” “The Middle,” “Nashville,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal” and “Shark Tank” (joining “Dancing with the Stars,” which made its season premiere last week) on ABC – both networks this week are premiering several of their most promising freshmen efforts.Read More
Rather, it’s all about the fact that there doesn’t seem to be any evident fall-season excitement in the air. I don’t think this feeling has anything to do with the quality of the networks’ new fall shows. As always, they are what they are; some will improve, many will quickly fade away. But there are a handful of genuinely interesting new series among them – including ABC’s “How to Get Away with Murder,” CBS’ “Madam Secretary,” NBC’s “Constantine,” Fox’s “Gotham” and The CW’s “The Flash” – which is more than we have been able to say about recent fall seasons past. That said there is a certain palpable anticipation for the return of several favorites, especially “The Good Wife” on CBS, “The Blacklist” on NBC, “Scandal” on ABC, “Sleepy Hollow” on Fox and “Arrow” on The CW.Read More