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The Five New TV Shows to Watch This Fall


From gay dads, to a sexy Sherlock Holmes, there's plenty to tune in to in the coming months

The New Normal

What happens when a gay male couple (Andrew Rannells and Justin Bartha, natch) decide to have a child through a surrogate--and even ask her, however unlikely this would be, to move in with them? Hijinks of course! But when it's from Ryan Murphy we have no clue where it will end up. (Premieres September 11 on NBC) WATCH: the pilot here.


Ugly Betty's Michael Urie teams up with Numb3rs' David Krumholtz in this show about two business partners and BFFs whose bromance is threatened when their respective significant others enter the picture. (Premieres September 24 on CBS)

The Mindy Project

Writer, director, producer, and The Office actor Mindy Kaling stars in this sitcom about the misadventures of an OBG/YN trying to pull her jumbled life together. (Premieres September 25 on FOX)


Sherlock Holmes reboots are a dime a dozen, but this adaptation could breathe new life into the classic with its modern Manhattan setting and an intriguing twist: Jonny Lee Miller stars as Holmes, but Lucy Liu plays Watson, a woman hired by Holmes's father to keep him sober. (Premieres September 27 on CBS)

666 Park Avenue

In this supernatural thriller, a Midwestern couple (Rachael Taylor and Dave Annabel) get the deal of a lifetime when they agree to manage the Drake, one of the best addresses in Manhattan. But its owner (Terry O'Quinn) and his wife (Vanessa Williams) have more in store for the pair than what's on the lease. (Premieres September 30 on ABC)

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