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America’s favorite fall shows return this season

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By Destiny Rivera / Interim Managing editor

By Destiny Rivera / Interim Managing editor

While the students at Riverside City College probably have their September schedules full of classes, the local network channels have theirs full of America’s favorite television show premiers, along with some new shows that are set to air as well.

NBC kicks off the excitement with its new reality show “Stars Earn Stripes”.

Other reality competition shows include CW’s new show “The Next” with Gloria Estefan, John Rich, Nelly, and Joe Jonas, NBC’s “The Voice,” Fox’s “The X Factor,” CBS’s “Survivor: Philippines,” and ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.”

This year, “Dancing with the Stars” is trying something a little different. Its contestants are returning members from past seasons.

Each of the members, with the exception of only one, have made it to the finals before and six are former champions of the competition.

These lucky second chance competitors are Drew Lachey, Tom Bergeron, Brooke Burke, Helio Castroneves, Gilles Marini, Pamela Anderson, Kelly Monaco, Melissa Rycroft, and Bristol Palin

New shows that were added to the fall schedule are NBC’s “Go On” starring Matthew Perry and “Guys with Kids” starring Anthony Anderson.

Both are comedies that are sure to fit in with NBC’s original evening sitcoms, such as “The Office,” “Parks and Recreation,” and “Up all Night” which all premier Sept. 20.

“The Office” is sadly coming to an end after its ninth season.

It will definitely be the hardest goodbye since saying farewell to the “worlds greatest boss,” Michael Scott.

CBS also has a few comedic releases like Season 2 of “Two Broke Girls,” Season 3 of “Mike and Molly,” Season 6 of “The Big Bang Theory,” and the long awaited Season 8 of “How I Met Your Mother.”

The question behind the show is who is Ted Mosby’s wife, and when will she be revealed?

Fans have been anticipating through the eight seasons to learn this answer. However, the true cliffhanger was left between Barney and Robin.

This fall fans are sure to hear the legendary love story that Season 7 failed to tell.

Intertwining between the laughter are some suspenseful dramas that left their past season with very suspenseful endings, leaving their audiences anxious to see what the next season has in store.

In the teen dramas, find out whom Regina is saying the big “I Do” to on “Switched at Birth,” premiering on Labor Day. Also, do Finchel get back together? Glee comes back Sept. 13 on Fox.

Although the excitement of the fall releases help with the excitement of starting the new semester, students should find a balance between studying and keeping up with their favorite television series.  

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