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Fall Preview 2008: TV

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Weird Science
J.J. Abrams tries to play it straight(er) with Fringe.
Now, Where Did We Leave Off?
Returning to regular programming this fall, six New York–based shows we’ve watched every minute of. Below, a back-to-school refresher.
Gifts From Abroad
On the heels of Ali G and Ricky Gervais, two Commonwealth comedies try importing funny.
Simon Baker Makes Us Watch a Telepathic Quack
Another police-procedural show is coming and guess what else—this one, The Mentalist, is about a crime-fighting psychic!
The Season in TV
Everybody’s favorite serial killer–forensics expert returns plus the final season of ER and the new KITT.
Vulture's Recommend-o-Matic: TV
Are you 13? A history buff?
It Was Only a Matter of Time...
The hit Fox show that premiered in 1990 and cleared a path for The O.C., Gossip Girl, and yes, even The Hills, returns this season in an updated version.
Christian Slater’s Now Gleaming the Tube
The new NBC drama My Own Worst Enemy sounds like Bourne Identity Lite.
Michael Scott’s Season of Love
If last year’s finale is any indication, there will be a relationship besides Jim-and-Pam to gossip about at The Office.


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Fall Preview 2008

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