Sunday, August 30, 2009


September 8
*Melrose Place (9 p.m.; CW)

September 9
Glee (9pm; FOX)

September 10
*The Vampire Diaries (8 p.m.; CW)
Twilight-esque drama

September 14
Gossip Girl (9 p.m.; CW)

September 15
The Biggest Loser(8 p.m.; NBC)

September 17
The Office (9pm; NBC)

September 20
*Bored to Death (9:30 p.m.; HBO)
A sitcom starring Jason Schwartzman, Zach Galifianakis, and the always sublime Ted Danson

September 21
Dancing With the Stars (8 p.m.; ABC)
House (8 p.m.; Fox)
Accidentally on Purpose (8:30 p.m.; CBS)
Jenna Elfman as a film critic

September 22
*NCIS: Los Angeles (9 p.m.; CBS)
The spin-off of the mysteriously popular NCIS, which returns tonight
*The Forgotten (10 p.m.; ABC)
Christian Slater investigates unidentified murders

September 23
*Mercy (8 p.m.; NBC)
Another show about nurses—suddenly as ubiquitous as vampires
*Gary Unmarried(8:30 p.m.; CBS)
Jay Mohr as a newly single dad
*Cougar Town (9:30 p.m.; ABC)
Starring Courteney Cox, as a desperate ex-wife
Modern Family (9pm; ABC)

September 24
Grey’s Anatomy (9 p.m.; ABC)
How will Katherine Heigl offend the show’s producers this year?
Saturday Night Live (11:30 p.m.; NBC)

September 27
*The Cleveland Show
Seth MacFarlane’s Family Guy spin-off (8:30 p.m.; Fox.) is followed by his Family Guy (9 p.m.) and American Dad (9:30 p.m.). Hey, MacFarlane, just buy the network!

September 28
*Trauma (9 p.m.; NBC)
ER with EMTs

September 30
*Hank (8 p.m.; ABC)
Kelsey Grammer as a CEO who loses all his dough

October 15
30 Rock
(9:30pm; NBC)

November 3
The anticipated remake of the ’80s miniseries. Alien lizards! (ABC)