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    Default Renewed/Cancelled/NEW TV Shows for 2011 – 2012 Season

    This is by no means the definitive list, feel free to post any other updates or news.


    Renewed TV Shows:

    30 Rock (for a sixth season)
    American Dad (for a seventh season)
    Archer (for a third season)
    Being Erica (for a fourth and last season)
    Being Human (for a second season)
    Blue Mountain State (for a third season)
    Bob's Burgers (for a second season)
    Body of Proof
    Bones
    Bored to Death (for a 3th season)
    Breakout Kings (for a second season)
    Californication (for a fifth season)
    Castle (for a fourth season)
    Chuck
    Community (for a third season)
    Cougar Town (for a third season)
    Criminal Minds
    Desperate Housewives
    Dexter (for a sixth season)
    Eagleheart (for a second season)
    Eastbound & Down (for a 3th season)
    Episodes (for a second season)
    Fairly Legal (for a second season)
    Falling Skies (for a second season)
    Family Guy
    Friday Night Dinner (for a second series)
    Fringe (for a fourth season)
    Futurama (for a seventh and eight season)
    Game of Thrones (for a second season)
    Glee
    Grey's Anatomy (for a eight season)
    Happy Endings
    Harry’s Law
    Haven
    Hot In Cleveland (for a third season)
    House
    How I Met Your Mother (for a seventh and eight season)
    InSecurity (for a second season)
    Justified (for a third season)
    Mad Men (for a fifth and sixth season)
    Merlin (for a 4th series)
    Mike & Molly
    Modern Family (for a third season)
    NCIS (for a ninth season)
    NCIS LA
    Nurse Jackie (for a fourth season)
    Onion News Network (for a second season)
    Parenthood
    Parks & Recreations (for a fourth season)
    Portlandia (for a second season)
    Private Practice (for a fifth season)
    Raising Hope (for a second season)
    Retired at 35 (for a second season)
    Sanctuary (for a fourth season)
    Shameless (for a second season)
    Sons of Anarchy
    Southland (for a fourth season)
    Terra Nova (Thanks to Quivver)
    The Big Bang Theory (for three seasons!)
    The Borgias (for a second season)
    The Cleveland Show
    The Killing (for a second season)
    The League (for a third season)
    The Mentalist
    The Middle (for a third season)
    The Office (for a eight season)
    The Real L Word
    The Secret Life of the American Teenager (for a fourth season)
    The Simpsons (for a twenty-third season)
    The Walking Dead (for a second season)
    Tosh.0 (for a fourth season)
    Treme (for a third season)
    Two And A Half Men
    Vampire Diaries (for a third season) (Thanks to Quivver)
    Warehouse 13
    Workaholics (for a second season)



    Cancelled TV Shows :

    Camelot
    18 To Life
    Better With You
    Breaking In
    Brothers & Sisters
    Caprica
    Chaos
    Chase
    Dark Blue
    Detroit 187
    Endgame
    Huge
    Human Target
    In Treatment
    Law & Order LA
    Lie To Me
    Life Unexpected
    Lights Out
    Lone Star
    Medium
    Mr. Sunshine
    My Generation
    No Ordinary Family
    Off the Map
    Onion SportsDome
    Outlaw
    Outsourced
    Perfect Couples
    Rubicon
    Running Wilde
    Skins
    Sports Show with Norm Mcdonald
    The Bridge
    The Cape
    The Chicago Code
    The Event
    The Good Guys
    The Paul Reiser Show
    The Whole Truth
    Traffic Light
    Tyler Perry's House of Payne
    Undercovers
    United States of Tara
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    Working Class



    Pilots for the 2011-2012 season!

    Here's a list with the most 'important' pilots that stand a change of being picked up by networks:

    CBS

    1. The Doctor (Rina Mimoun, David Nutter). A mother (Christine Lahti) reconnects with her adult children when she joins the family medical practice (drama). Also starring: Eva Amurri, Scott Foley, Michael Boatman and Kyle MacLachlan.

    2. Ringer - Ordered to series and Moved to "The CW" (Peter Traugott, Richard Shepard Eric Charmelo, Nicole Snyder). On the run from the mob, a troubled young woman (Sarah Michelle Gellar) hides out by inhabiting the life of her wealthy twin sister, until she learns that her twin’s life has a bounty on it as well. Also stars Nestor Carbonell, Kristoffer Polaha, Tara Summers. (drama).

    3. The 2-2 (former Rookies) - Ordered to series (Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal, James Mangold, Ken Sanzel, Richard Price). Six NYPD rookies balance their personal lives with learning the beat on the streets of Manhattan. Stars Judy Marte, Adam Goldberg, Leelee Sobieski, Tom Reed, Terry Kinney and Stark Sands (drama).

    4. Person of Interest - Ordered to series (Jonah Nolan, JJ Abrams, Bryan Burk). Crime drama centered on an ex-CIA agent, presumed dead (Jim Caviezel), who teams up with a mysterious billionaire (Michael Emerson) to prevent violent crimes in New York City before they happen (drama).

    5. Vince Uncensored (Pheof Sutton, Conan O’Brien, David Kissinger). After a life-changing experience, a man (Michael Chiklis) decides to take a more honest approach to his life, work and family. Multi-camera comedy (comedy).

    6. How to be a Gentleman - Ordered to series (David Hornsby, Ted Schachter). Based on the book of the same name. It’s a male buddy comedy that follows an unlikely friendship between a traditional, uptight columnist (Hornsby) and his rough-around-the-edges friend and trainer. Dave Foley also stars. (comedy). . Yay Rickety Cricket everyone big_smile

    7. Rob Schneider project (Lew Morton, Eric and Kim Tannenbaum). Schneider stars as a confirmed bachelor who has just married into a tight-knit Mexican-American family. Also starring Nadine Velazquez, Tony Plana, Lupe Ontiveros. (comedy).

    8. The Assistants (Tucker Cawley, Eric & Kim Tannenbaum). About a young ensemble about four assistant who work for a celebrity couple. TJ Miller and Emily Rutherfurd star (comedy)

    9. Two Broke Girls - Ordered to series A comedy that sounds strikingly similar to the romantic travails the showrunner mined so famously in "Sex and the City." It stars Kat Dennings and focuses on twenty-something female friends in New York.

    10.Unforgettable - Ordered to series . Carrie Wells is an enigmatic former police detective with a rare condition that makes her memory so flawless that every place, every conversation, every moment of joy and every heartbreak is forever embedded in her mind. It's not just that she doesn't forget anything ¿ she can't; except for one thing: the details that would help solve her sister's long-ago murder. Stars: Poppy Montgomery ("Without a Trace"), Dylan Walsh ("Nip/Tuck") Michael Gaston ("The Mentalist," "Rubicon"), Kevin Rankin ("Big Love," "Friday Night Lights') and Daya Vaidya.

    ABC

    1. Hallelujah - DEAD (Marc Cherry). When the Tennessee town of Hallelujah finds itself being torn apart by forces of good and evil, a stranger arrives to bring justice, peace and quite possibly restore the faith in the world that the residents so desperately need. The episodes will be punctuated by songs sung by the gospel choir, which serves as a sort of Greek chorus. Stars Jesse L. Martin, Frances O’Connor, Terry O’Quinn, Arielle Kebbel, Donal Logue, Zoey Thompson Deutch (drama)

    2. The River - Ordered to series (Oren Peli, Jason Blum). Follows the search for a famed adventurer/TV personality (Bruce Greenwood) who, along with his crew, goes missing deep in the Amazon. Stars Eloise Mumford, Joe Anderson, Paulina Gaitan, Shaun Parkes, Paul Blackthorne (drama).

    3. Identity - DEADsad (John Glenn). A procedural that centers on an elite police unit formed to combat the explosion of identity-related crime. Stars Orlando Jones, Jay Paulson and Angela Bassett (drama).

    4. Georgetown - DEAD (Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage). A sexy soap centered around young people behind the power brokers of Washington DC. Stars Jimmy Wolk, Katie Cassidy, Daisy Betts, Joe Mazzello, Condola Rashad (drama).

    5. Poe - DEAD (Chris Hollier). Crime procedural following Edgar Allan Poe (Chris Egan) as the world’s very first detective, using unconventional methods to investigate dark mysteries in 1840s Boston. Also stars Kevin McNally, Leslie Odom and Tabrett Bethell (drama). sad(

    6. Pan Am - Ordered to series (Jack Orman, Nancy Ganis, Sid Ganis, Tommy Schlamme). A sexy soap set against the jet age, focusing on the stewardesses and pilots and their glamorous world full of adventures. Stars Margot Robbie, Michael Mosley, Karine Vanasse, Christina Ricci, Kellie Garner, Jonah Lotan (drama).

    7. Charlie’s Angels Ordered to series (Miles Millar, Al Gough, Leonard Goldberg, Drew Barrymore, Nancy Juvonen). Modern-day version of the classic show that will be set in Miami. Stars Annie Ilonzeh, Minka Kelly, Rachael Taylor as the Angels, with Ramon Rodriguez as Bosley and Robert Wagner as the voice of Charlie (drama).

    8. Last Man Standing - Ordered to series (Jack Burditt). Even though the world around him has declared the traditional male an ‘endangered species,’ Tim Fitzgerald (Allen) is fighting for his manhood in a world that is being increasingly dominated by women (comedy).

    9. Smothered (Andrew Rech, Ted Cohen). A young couple finds themselves smothered by their two very different sets of parents. Stars Kyle Howard, Julie White, Marcia Gay Harden, Brooke D’Orsay (comedy).

    10. Apartment 23 - Ordered to series (Nahnatchka Khan, David Hemingson). The story is about a naive young woman (Dreama Walker) who comes to New York City and ends up with a trouble-making party-girl roommate (Krysten Ritter). Also stars James Van Der Beek as himself. (comedy).

    11. Once Upon a Time - Ordered to series (Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz). A young boy who is drawn into a town where the magic and mystery of fairy tales may be real. Stars Robert Carlyle as “Rumplestiltskin,” Jared Gilmore, Jamie Dornan, Josh Dallas as “Prince Charming” and Jennifer Morrison (drama)

    12. Other People’s Kids - DEAD (Stacy Traub, Peter Traugott, Hunter Covington). A 32-year-old guy (Jesse Bradford) with no responsibilities finds himself with an insta-family when he falls in love with an older woman (Bonnie Somerville) who has two kids, an ex-husband, and ex-in-laws. Also stars Malcolm Barrett, Claire Engler, Johnny Sneed, Judith Light (comedy).

    13. Work It - Ordered to series This high-concept comedy centers on two unrepentant guy’s guys who, unable to find work, dress as women to get jobs as pharmaceutical reps. Not only do they pull it off, but they might just learn to be better men in the process.

    14. Suburgatory - Ordered to series Single father George only wants the best for his 16-year-old daughter, Tessa. So when he finds a box of condoms on her nightstand, he moves them out of their apartment in New York City to a house in the suburbs. But all Tessa sees is the horror of over-manicured lawns and plastic Franken-moms. Being in the ‘burbs can be hell, but it also may just bring Tessa and George closer than they’ve ever been.

    15. Good Christian Belles - Ordered to series The soap returns to Dallas in this wicked new drama that shows that you can go home again... but only if you’re ready to face the sins of your past.
    Amanda Vaughn (Leslie Bibb), once the ultimate high school “mean girl,” is forced to return home in disgrace after her marriage ends in scandal. Amanda is nothing like the girl she was 20 years ago, but as her old classmates reacquaint themselves with the new Amanda, will her home town welcome her with open arms or seek revenge?

    16. Man Up - Ordered to series Three modern men try to get in touch with their inner tough guys and redefine what it means to be a “real man” in this funny and relatable comedy. Stars: Christopher Moynihan, Mather Zickel ("The Cape"), Dan Fogler ("Balls of Fury"), Teri Polo ("Meet the Fockers"), Amanda Detmer ("What About Brian") and Henry Simmons ("Shark").

    17. Revenge - Ordered to series . Wealth, beauty and status define the people in this town, but one woman is willing to destroy everyone for the sake of revenge. This was once her old neighborhood, until something bad happened that ruined her family and their reputation. Now Emily is back, and she's returned to right some of those wrongs in the best way she knows how - with a vengeance.

    18. Missing - Ordered to series. Becca Winstone learns that her son, Michael, disappears while studying abroad, and it's a race against time when she travels to Europe to track him down. A surprising turn of events reveals just how far one mother will go to protect her family. Stars: Ashley Judd ("Double Jeopardy"), Sean Bean ("Game of Thrones"), Cliff Curtis ("Trauma"), Adriano Giannini ("Oceans Twelve"), Nick Eversman ("Cinema Verite") and Tereza Voriskova ("Borgia").

    19. Scandal : - Ordered to series A drama revolving around the life and work of a professional crisis manager and her dysfunctional staff. Stars: Kerry Washington ("Ray"), Henry Ian Cusick ("Lost"), Columbus Short ("Stomp the Yard"), Guillermo Diaz ("Half-Baked"), Darby Stanchfield, Katie Lowes, Tony Goldwyn ("Ghost") and Jeff Perry ("Grey's Anatomy") as Cyrus.

    FOX

    1. Alcatraz - Ordered to series (J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burk, Liz Sarnoff). Revolves around Alcatraz Island and notorious criminals housed there. Stars Sam Neill, Jorge Garcia and Robert Forster (drama).
    More plot info on Alcatraz :
    In this series exec-produced by J.J. Abrams (Lost, Fringe), Garcia plays "the world's foremost expert" on the titular island lock-up, who joins an investigation into the sudden reappearance of prisoners and guards who mysteriously disappeared from the prison some 30 years prior.

    2. The Finder - Ordered to series (aka Bones spinoff): Based on The Locator books by Richard Greener, about a former military policeman who can find anything. Geoff Stults stars along with Saffron Burrows and Michael Clarke Duncan (drama)

    3. Locke & Key (Alex Kurtzman, Robert Orci, Joe Hill): Dead/incertain (Thanks to zarathustra2100) Based on Hill’s graphic novel, a supernatural drama about the adventures of the Locke family in home with portals to other places. Stars Miranda Otto, Nick Stahl, Jesse McCartney and Sarah Bolger (drama)

    4. Exit Strategy (Antoine Fuqua): Stars Ethan Hawke as the leader of a team of experts who help the CIA with extractions. Also features Tom Sizemore and Megan Dodos (drama).

    5. Touch (Tim Kring, Peter Chernin, Katherine Pope). A man played by Kiefer Sutherland discovers his mute, autistic son can predict the future (drama).

    6. I Hate My Teenage Daughter - Ordered to series (Sherry Bilsing-Graham, Ellen Kreamer). Two women who were tormented by mean girls when they were younger, and are now appalled to realize their daughters are turning into the same type of girls they never liked (comedy).

    7. Tagged (David Guarascio, Moses Port). A workplace ensemble set at the Baltimore County coroner’s office. Starring Gary Cole, Robin Givens (comedy).

    8. Iceland - DEAD (Andrew Bobrow). Centers around a group of friends who are reunited and nurture each other after the death of one of their own. Cast includes Zach Gilford, Kerry Bishe (comedy).

    9. The New Girl - Ordered to series Starring Zooey Deschanel, who will join her sister, Bones star Emily Deschanel, on the Fox schedule.
    Deschanel stars as an adorably unlucky-in-love elementary school teacher who moves away from her ex-boyfriend and in with three rowdy men. Liz Meriweather (No Strings Attached) is an executive producer.

    NBC

    1. 17th Precinct - DEAD (Ron Moore). World ruled by magic, not science. Stars Stockard Channing, Jamie Bamber, Kristin Kreuk, Easi Morales (drama).

    2. The Playboy Club - Ordered to series (Chad Hodge). Set in the 1960s, the drama takes a look at the lives of Playboy bunnies. Stars Amber Heard, David Krumholtz, Eddie Cibrian (drama).

    3. Smash - Ordered to series (Steven Spielberg, Neil Meron, Craig Zadan, Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey, Theresa Rebeck). Follows a cross-section of characters who come together for the exhilarating ride of putting on a Broadway musical. Stars Debra Messing, Katharine McPhee, Jack Davenport, Anjelica Huston (drama).

    4. Wonder Woman - DEAD (David E. Kelley). A reboot of the superhero tale that’s a serious, non-campy take on the DC Comics character. Stars Adrianne Palicki, Cary Elwes, Elizabeth Hurley (drama).

    5. Special investigations L.A. (Stephen Gaghan, Peter Chernin, Katherine Pope). In the style of Traffic, the drama is set in the world of crime, law enforcement, and politics in modern-day L.A. Stars Jimmy Smits, Danny Pino, Madchen Amic, Noah Emmerich (drama).

    6. Grimm - Ordered to series (Jim Kouf, David Greenwalt). Dark but fantastical cop drama about a world in which characters inspired by Grimm’s Fairy Tales exist. Stars David Giuntoli, Bitsie Tulloch, Kate Burton (drama).

    7. Prime Suspect - Ordered to series (Alexandra Cunningham, Sarah Aubrey, Peter Berg). Series adaptation of the British miniseries. Stars Maria Bello, Kirk Acevedo, Aidan Quinn, Peter Gerety. (drama).

    8. Awake (Form. called REM ) - Ordered to series (Kyle Killen). A procedural hybrid which follows the simultaneous and parallel lives of a detective who can not let go of any aspect of his fractured family after a horrible car accident. Stars Jason Isaacs, Wilmer Valderrama, Steve Harris (drama).

    9. The Crossing (Josh Brand, Peter Horton, Aaron Kaplan). In the aftermath of a difficult war, a Civil War soldier crosses the country and settles into a complicated town where he is welcomed as its savior — whether he likes it or not. Stars Robert Knepper, Emma Bell, Claire Wellin, Bill Sage (drama).

    10. Free Agents - Ordered to series (John Enbom, Karey Burke, Todd Holland). Based on the UK format, this single camera comedy looks at the attraction between two quirky co-workers who are both on the rebound. Stars Hank Azaria (comedy).

    11. Are you there, Vodka? It’s me, Chelsea - Ordered to series (Chelsea Handler, Tom Werner, Dottie Dartland Zicklin, Julie Larsen). Inspired by Handler’s best-selling memoir that will focus on the lives of a group of 20-somethings who live and work together with a very outspoken young woman. Stars Handler, Laura Prepon, Lenny Clarke. (comedy).

    12. Bent - Ordered to series (Ted Quill). Single-camera comedy about a recently divorced Type A single mom who tries hard not to fall for the sexy surfer dude contractor she hires to re-do her kitchen. Stars Amanda Peet, Jeffrey Tambor, David Walton (comedy).

    13. Brave New World - DEAD (Peter Tolan, Michael Wimer). This single-camera workplace comedy follows a group of unusual characters at Pilgrim Village, a theme park that specializes in recreations of New England in 1647. Stars Ed Begley, Jr, Robby Benson, Nick Braun (comedy).

    14. Up All Night - Ordered to series Another comedy series that takes an irreverent look at parenthood through the point of view of an acerbic working mother (Christina Applegate) who never thought she’d be a mom, along with her stay-at-home husband (Will Arnett) and opinionated parents. Maya Rudolph co-stars in the series from writer Emily Spivey who will executive produce along with Lorne Michaels (Saturday Night Live).

    15. Whitney – Ordered to series . Based on the stand-up comedy of Whitney Cummings the series revolves around the ups and downs of a young couple in a committed relationship. Cummings penned the pilot and will executive produce with Betsy Thomas (Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel), Scott Stuber (Your Highness), Quan Phung and Barry Katz (Good Luck Chuck). Andy Ackerman (Perfect Couples) directed the pilot. If the series is half as good as Cummings stand-up, then we’re in for some good stuff.

    16. BFF - Ordered to series Premise: A comedy that takes a look at what happens when best friends promise to support each other -- no matter what the cost or circumstances.

    17. The Firm - Ordered to series Premise: Based on the blockbuster feature film and best-selling novel by world-renowned author John Grisham ("The Pelican Brief," "The Client"), "The Firm" continues the story of attorney Mitchell McDeere and his family 10 years after the events of the film and novel..

    The CW


    1. Danni Lowinski - DEAD (Executive producer Jennie Snyder Urman): A young female law school grad who can’t find a job decides to open her own law office – in a kiosk at the local mall. Cast: Amanda Walsh, Carla Gallo, Neal Bledsoe, George Dzundza, Utkarsh Ambudkar

    2. Awakening - DEAD (William Laurin & Glenn Davis, Howard T. Owens, Carolyn Bernstein, Todd Cohen): Two sisters come of age and face off against one another amidst the beginning of a zombie uprising. Cast: Lucy Griffiths, Meredith Hagner, Brian Hallisay

    3. Hart of Dixie - Ordered to series (Leila Gerstein, Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage, Len Goldstein): Culture shock awaits a young New York City doctor after she inherits a medical practice in a small Southern town inhabited by an eclectic and eccentric group of characters in this comedic drama. Cast: Rachel Bilson, Jamie King, Wilson Bethel, Cress Williams

    4. Cooper and Stone - DEAD (Laurie Arent): A contemporary and genuine drama centered on two young women, who are the best of friends, facing the same personal and professional struggles as any other women their age. Despite having their own individual styles and very different backgrounds, they share a unique bond: They’re partnered as two of Chicago’s best homicide detectives. Cast: Alexandra Breckenridge, Riley Smith

    5. Heavenly - DEAD (Richard Hatem, Rob Doherty, Ross Fineman, Mimi Leder): A dedicated young female attorney and a former angel team up to tackle cases at her legal aid clinic. She comes to the rescue of her clients… while he saves their souls. Cast: Ben Aldridge, Elizabeth Ho

    6. Secret Circle - Ordered to series (Andrew Miller, Kevin Williamson, Elizabeth Craft, Sarah Fain, Leslie Morgenstein, Gina Girolamo, Liz Friedlander): Based upon the book series by L.J. Smith (author of The Vampire Diaries book series), the story of a young woman who moves to a new town and discovers that not only is she a witch and part of a secret coven, but she’s also the key that will unlock a centuries-old battle of good versus evil. Cast: Britt Robertson, Thomas Dekker

    Pilots for cable :


    Showtime

    1. Homeland - 12 episodes ordered (Alex Gansa, Avi Nir, Gideon Raff, Howard Gordon, Michael Cuesta, Ron Telem) : A psychological thriller about a CIA officer (Danes) who becomes convinced that the intelligence that led to the rescue of a presumed-dead U.S. soldier (Damian Lewis) was a setup and may be connected to an Al Qaeda plot to be carried out on American soil. Mandy Patinkin also stars as a veteran CIA Division Chief who serves as a mentor to Danes’ character. Cast : Claire Danes , Damian Lewis, David Harewood, Diego Klattenhoff, Laura Fraser, Mandy Patinkin . (drama)

    2. House of Lies - 12 episodes ordered (Jessika Borsiczky, Martin Kihn, Matt Carnahan, Stephen Hopkins) : Based on the tell-all book House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Tell You the Time by Martin Kihn. Cheadle stars as Marty, a highly successful and cutthroat consultant who is never above using any means (or anyone) necessary to get his way with and for his clients. Bell plasy Jeannie Van Der Hooven, a razor-sharp Ivy League graduate who works at Marty’s firm. Co-stars include comedian Ben Schwartz and Josh Lawson as well as Dawn Oliveri, Glynn Turman and Donis Leonard Jr. (comedy)

    3. Untitled Davidoff & Brennan project (Dov Davidoff, Katherine Pope ,Neal Brennan, Peter Chernin) :
    Improv series in which sketches illustrate the conversation between the two comedians.
    Cast : Dov Davidoff , Neal Brennan . (comedy)

    A&E

    1. Big Mike (Doug Robinson, Ed Decter, John Strauss, Paris Barclay) : Grunberg will play the title character, a plus-sized detective and a force of nature in the San Diego PD. One of the best in his field, he gets things done, knows all the right people, gets along with everyone, and knows all the best places to eat. Cast : Greg Grunberg, Anthony Ruivivar, Elizabeth Bogush, Ken Leung,
    Nicole Ari Parker. (drama)

    2. Longmire (Craig Johnson, Greer Shephard, Greg Yaitanes, Hunt Baldwin,John Coveny, Michael M. Robin ) : Based on the Walt Longmire Mystery series of novels by Craig Johnson, the project centers on a charismatic, dry-witted Wyoming sheriff (played by Matrix actor Robert Taylor). Katee Sackhoff will play Vic, one of his deputies. Also Stars : Bailey Chase, Cassidy Freeman, Lou Diamond Phillips . (drama)

    Cinemax

    1. Transporter - 12 episodes ordered(Fred Fuchs, Klaus Zimmermann, Luc Besson) : Transporter, the series, will center on professional transporter Frank Martin, played in the movies by Jason Statham. Operating in a seedy underworld of dangerous criminals and desperate players, Martin can always be counted on to get the job done — discreetly. He has three rules: Never change the deal, no names and never open the package.(drama)

    2. Strike Back - 10 episodes ordered (Andy Harries, Chris Ryan, Dan Percival, Elaine Pyke, Frank Spotnitz, Michael Casey, Richard Zadjlic): Following a charismatic former U.S. Special Forces operative who teams up with a British military unit to stop an international terrorist group. The show is inspired by an acclaimed UK series and a book by author and former special forces officer Chris Ryan. Philip Winchester (Fringe) and Sullivan Stapleton (Animal Kingdom) will star. (drama)

    FX


    1. Alabama (Paul Young, Peter Principato, Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon) : Alabama is set a thousand years in the future aboard the United Nations peacekeeping spaceship: The Alabama and begins six years into their seven year mission to maintain peace and enforce treaties between planets in their jurisdiction: Sector 187-G. The show will follow the crew as they visit hostile planets, meet alien life-forms, and try to have sex with each other in their tiny, metal bunk beds. Cast : Brandon Johnson, Mindy Sterling, Natasha Leggero, Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon . (comedy)

    2. American Horror Story (Brad Falchuk, Dante Di Loreto, Ryan Murphy) : FX and the producers are keeping the premise of American Horror Story under wraps, but a breakdown for the pilot lists its main characters as Ben Harmon, a sensitive therapist, and Vivien Harmon (Connie Britton), his gorgeous wife who is a force to be reckoned with in spite of her vulnerable demeanor. Also Cast : Denis O'Hare . (drama)

    3. Powers (Brian Michael Bendis ,Charles H. Eglee, David Alpert, Michael Avon Oeming, Michael Dinner) : The story follows two homicide detectives who investigate cases of people with extraordinary abilities, and is based on a graphic novel series by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming. (drama)

    USA

    1. Eden (Jace Alexander, Ken Hanes, Mary Hanes) : Eden, centers on a young hotel worker (Nick D'Agosto) who, with the help of his escaped con artist cousin (Enver Gjokaj), gets a job as the concierge at an elite NYC hotel. Together they manage to provide the hotel guests with whatever they desire, at whatever the cost. The pilot, whose two-male lead setup is in the mold of such USA series as Psych, Royal Pains and White Collar. Also cast :Camille Guaty, Gretchen Egolf, Judith Light . (drama)

    2. Over Under (Bronwen Hughes, Dan Halsted, Sheila Callaghan ) : Centers on Paul (Steven Pasquale), a day trader with a massive gambling problem who is fired from his job six months after a bad trade costs his firm millions. Shut out of the job market, he and his wife move to Brooklyn. There, Paul finds an unlikely partner, expectant father Marino (Anthony Carrigan), to start a high-end bookie business. (drama)

    3. Wild Card (Cary Brokaw, Stephen Godchaux) : The project, from Fox TV Studios, is about people behaving badly at night in Las Vegas and two very different lawyers, Will Garratt (Ben Lawson) and Eliza Evans who who solve their problems before morning. Also Cast : Edi Gathegi . (drama)

    4. Common Law (Cormac Wibberley, Dan Shotz, Jon Turteltaub, Karim Zreik, Marianne Wibberley) : The project, written by Cormac & Marianne Wibberley, centers on cops Wes Mitchell and Travis Marks, partners at LAPD. The problem is Wes, a methodical former lawyer with a passion for cars, gardening and his ex-wife, and Travis, a maverick ladies' man who served time in juvie, can't stand each other. To revive their flagging professional relationship, their Captain sends them to couples therapy. Cast : Amy Acker, Jack McGee, Michael Ealy, Warren Kole .

    TNT

    1. Dallas (Cynthia Cidre, David Jacobs, Michael M. Robin) : The updated Dallas, from Cane creator Cynthia Cidre and Warner Horizon, centers on the offspring of bitter rivals and brothers J.R. and Bobby Ewing - J.R.'s son, John Ross (Josh Henderson) and his cousin Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe) - who clash over the future of the Ewing dynasty while the fate of Southfork itself weighs in the balance. Cast : Brenda Strong, Jordana Brewster, Josh Henderson, Julie Gonzalo, Larry Hagman, Linda Gray, Patrick Duffy. (drama)

    Starz

    1. Boss - 8 episodes ordered - (Brian Sher, Farhad Safinia, Gus Van Sant, Kelsey Grammer, Lyn Greene, Richard Levine, Stella Stolper ) : Boss centers on Kane (Kelsey Grammer), the mayor of Chicago, who is diagnosed with a degenerative mental condition that only he and his doctor know about. Jeff Hephner will play the state's treasurer, an impeccably handsome and ambitious Chicago native who is clearly about to become a major player on the Chicago political scene. Also Cast : Alex Zajac, Connie Nielsen . (drama)

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    I watched Camelot the same time I watched Game of Thrones. Damn it was crap lol. Looking forward to Dexter and Fringe comming out soon


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    boardwalk empire has been one of my favourite shows of the last 12 months - pretty sure it's been renewed for another season...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Skalatharx View Post
    I watched Camelot the same time I watched Game of Thrones. Damn it was crap lol. Looking forward to Dexter and Fringe comming out soon
    Camelot was crap not game of thrones yeah?


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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    Camelot was crap not game of thrones yeah?
    Yeah that way around lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Skalatharx View Post
    Yeah that way around lol.
    Good you're not on my shit list then.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    Good you're not on my shit list then.
    come at me bro




    lol


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    Seriously though it was a bad idea to watch camelot the same time as Game of thrones. If I had watched it separately maybe it wouldn't have seemed so bad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Skalatharx View Post
    Seriously though it was a bad idea to watch camelot the same time as Game of thrones. If I had watched it separately maybe it wouldn't have seemed so bad.
    Game of Thrones is probably the best adaption of a book to tv series I have seen. Great all round.

    Anybody got some suggestions for shows?

    Some of the newbies look promising. I liked Falling Skies, was a big Lie to Me fan due to the main character. SOA obviously. I did really like The Shield and will be watching it all soon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    Game of Thrones is probably the best adaption of a book to tv series I have seen. Great all round.

    Anybody got some suggestions for shows?

    Some of the newbies look promising. I liked Falling Skies, was a big Lie to Me fan due to the main character. SOA obviously. I did really like The Shield and will be watching it all soon.
    Pillars of the Earth was a good mini series (based on the book). I enjoy watching Breaking Bad. Its something though you have watch from the start or you will think its a bit strange. I just recently started to watch Alphas ( cross between heroes and xmen kind of thing). I enjoyed watching Justified it brings out the red neck in me lol. Fringe is probably my favourite though.


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