So, all the new fall dramas and comedies have pretty much debuted now. I haven't yet reviewed Hell on Wheels, but fingers-crossed I will do sometime in the next couple of days, but with that exception and with the exception of some The CW and MTV shows clearly intended for a younger audience and animated shows, I reviewed everything, I think.
Some of the shows have now died; some have been acquired by UK TV. But of them all, which has floated your boat the most, either from watching them or from having heard about them? Which would you now cancel and which would you have spared the sword? Which would you like the UK to acquire and which do you think were a waste of money (cough, cough, Pan Am, cough, cough). Let everyone know below or on your own blog.
In the list below, if it's been cancelled, it'll be crossed out. If there's a channel next to it in brackets, that's which UK channel has acquired it. And if it says SAFE next to it, that means it's been given a full season or even renewed for a second season already.
- 2 Broke Girls (Channel 4, SAFE)
- A Gifted Man
- American Horror Story (FX UK, SAFE)
- Boss (SAFE)
Charlie's Angels (Sky Living, cancelled)
Free Agents (cancelled)
- Grimm (Watch)
- Hart of Dixie (SAFE)
- Hell on Wheels (TCM)
- Homeland (Channel 4, SAFE)
How To Be A Gentleman (cancelled)
- Last Man Standing (SAFE)
- Man Up!
- New Girl (E4, SAFE)
- Once Upon A Time (SAFE)
- Pan Am (BBC2)
- Person of Interest (SAFE)
- Prime Suspect
- Revenge (SAFE)
- Ringer (Sky Living)
- Secret Circle (Sky Living, SAFE)
- Suburgatory (SAFE)
- Terra Nova (Sky One)
The Playboy Club (cancelled)
- Unforgettable (SAFE)
- Up All Night (SAFE)
- Whitney (SAFE)
Bloody hell. Written down in a list, I've watched an awful lot, haven't I?
- November 16, 2011: Question of the week: what new, non-US shows float your boat the most?
What new non-US TV shows do you like or would like to watch?