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It’s time for old favorites to be returning to the moving picture box, that we affectionately call the T.V., not only that, but also time for new shows to grace our doorstep. The majority of the new shows in my opinion stink though. However, there are a few that show promise. Like, Raising Hope for instance. I wasn’t interested in the show when I first saw some ads for it, but when I actually watched the show, I was impressed with it.

One show however that I didn’t find amusing or impressive however was the new sitcom series “Outsourced”, which is based on a movie of the same name. Now, I didn’t like the movie at all, so it came as no surprise to me, when I rolled my eyes watching the series. I did kind of hope that the show would improve on certain aspects of the movie, instead it seemed like just a lot of rehashing of the same garbage that the movie tried to shovel down the viewers throats.

There were a few other shows released this year, but none of them I found really noteworthy.

Onto the returning favorites! First, Dexter returned this year, and as usual I was very excited about that, seeing as how it’s one of my favorite TV shows. When it came on, I sat in anticipation with a bag of ruffles in one hand, and a can of pepsi in the other. Bottom Line; The season premier was a slight disappointment, it was a tad boring, but that’s to be expected. The season has to get into full swing, and really after least seasons finale, it’s going to be really hard to top!

Another show that came back this year, was Smallville. Considering I am a major comic book geek, it’s probably not much of a surprise that this show is listed as one of my favorite shows right? The first thing, and probably the worst thing, is that this is going to be the final season of smallville, It’s going to be sad to see it go, although I honestly don’t see why it has to go anywhere. I mean, just end this season and go full on Superman! Costume, flight, everything. Let Smallville pass away and start up “Yet even MORE new adventures of Superman”. Tom Welling I doubt would refuse the role, because seriously, I doubt he can do anything else that isn’t Clark Kent related. It’s what he’s known for and people will continue to see Clark Kent, no matter what role he is doing.

There’s a lot more shows obviously out there, but I don’t have the time or space to comment on each and every one of them. Pick up your TV remote, and watch some! Then, if you feel so inclined, come back and let me know what you think of a certain show that’s airing this season.

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