Sunday Sound-off: Which season premiere are you the most psyched to watch?
Television is an important part of Wisconsin culture, thanks to the long winters we endure and our lovable "couch potato" mentality. Sure, it's one of those things we should do in moderation, but for anyone with cable, there's great programming every night of the week. (So consider this a permission slip to watch television to your heart's content this fall and winter.)
And arguably, the best part about summer ending is that our favorite television shows finally start afresh with new seasons. There have been a few good ones so far -- like the return of HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" after two years -- but there are plenty of more entertaining shows on the horizon.
Which show are you the most excited to see start up again? Pick from those listed shows below, or let us know about another premiere you're just chompin' at the bit to watch. And toss me a cold one while you're at it.
Boston Legal (Sept. 25)
Brothers and Sisters (Sept. 30)
CSI (Sept. 27)
Desperate Housewives (Sept. 30)
Grey's Anatomy (Sept. 27)
House (Sept. 25)
My Name Is Earl (Sept. 27)
The Office (Sept. 27)
Sarah Silverman Program (Oct. 3)
Scrubs (Oct. 25)
Simpsons (Sept. 23)
Ugly Betty (Sept. 27)
It's all about The Office. (and Lost as well, but that won't be til next year I think) Watched the Simpson premiere last night, and it wasn't the greatest. Still funny though. Have the Family Guy 1-hour premiere on DVR waitin to be watched. Tonight's the debut of a show called JourneyMan that I'll be watching. I know the girl who's Assistant Producer on this show, so I've gotta check it out, and you should too!!!
Not only Heroes, Lost, and Battlestar Galactica, but what about NCIS (mmmmmmm, Mark Harmon!), Bones, Stargate:Atlantis, Dexter.......
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