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A new year can mean many changes for people, like healthier eating habits or an updated physical fitness routine. Some people look forward to a new calendar year because they could have something different to watch on television in the evening. After work, many people wind down in front of their favorite sitcoms and dramas. The 2012 TV season offers many new shows that viewers might be interested in watching.
House of Lies This new Showtime comedy premiered on January 8, 2012. It stars Don Cheadle, Kristen Bell and Ben Schwartz as busy management consultants. Cheadle's character, Marty, is extremely successful and willing to do almost anything to get what he or his clients want. The episodes are devious and humorous, according to an article on MSNBC. The selfish characters are somehow still easy for fans to like. With a 1 Stop Electronics and Appliances Promotional Code you can save money while you watch new shows.
The FirmThe show is based on John Grisham’s book and the 1993 movie starring Tom Cruise. Josh Lucas, previously seen in Sweet Home Alabama, plays Mitch McDeere in this dramatic series. The pilot episode begins where the movie left off and McDeere is released from the Federal Witness Protection Program. As an associate, McDeere shut down the firm of Bendin, Lambert & Locke, which served as a front for the Chicago mob. After emerging from the witness protection program, McDeere and his wife discover that they are still in danger.
Alcatraz Writer and executive producer J.J. Abrams premiered a new show on Fox on January 16. The thrilling new series encompasses America's most famous prison - Alcatraz. A homicide case peaks the character Rebecca Madsen's interest about a former Alcatraz inmate. She launches an investigation to get to the bottom of this mysterious case. The country's most infamous killers and criminals disappeared in 1963 and appear in modern day. Abrams is known for his elaborate plot lines and this new series is sure to have viewers tuning in. Curl up on a new couch with an Everything Furniture promotion code.
Are you there Chelsea?Legendary comedian Chelsea Handler provides her fans with many reasons to laugh. A show inspired by her two best-selling books follows the life of Handler in her twenties. Laura Prepon plays the young Chelsea Handler, as a blunt and opinionated woman. She works at a sports bar in New Jersey with quirky characters and co-workers. Handler plays her older sister in the series.
GCB With long-running shows like Desperate Housewives nearing their final episodes, ABC is looking to premiere a new version of housewife hilarity. Kristen Chenoweth shines in this new series about a Texas native who moves back home after the sudden and unexpected death of her husband. Premiering on ABC on March 4, a group of women who gossip and preach Christianity might make for great entertainment.
Awake Jason Isaacs plays Detective Michael Britten in this new series. He wakes up from a car accident with his wife and teenage son, but he's unsure how to distinguish reality from his dreams. As he grieves the loss of his wife, he wakes up a couple of days later to find out it's his son who died in the fatal accident. This intricate and complex plot line could cause viewers to tune in week after week. After all, wouldn't you want to find out what’s reality and what’s a dream?
Smash Debra Messing and Katharine McPhee steal the show in this new NBC series involving an actress who’s about to experience her first big break. Smash is a musical drama, but not at all similar to the popular Glee. McPhee's character goes through heartbreak and happiness as she works to become the next big star. The series is based around the urge to create a Broadway musical based on the life of Marilyn Monroe. Messing's character, Julia, and her husband are in the process of adopting a child. Messing battles between work and family as she is offered the opportunity to produce a Broadway hit. The battle to become a leading lady might become a popular series on NBC.
Rob! The show premiered on January 12 on CBS. Rob Schneider, the famous comedian who created Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo and The Hot Chick, is the star of the new series. His character gets married and tries to adjust to life with his wife's Mexican-American family. Rob works as a landscape architect who marries Maggie, a book translator. The two elope in Las Vegas and come home to tell Maggie's strict parents. Rob is going to rise to the challenge to win over his new family in this sitcom. In-law drama could be quite humorous if it's not your own.
The Finder The creator of the hit series Bones developed The Finder based on a detective with the ability to find things others may not be able to uncover. The show premiered on January 12 on FOX. Iraq war veteran Walter Sherman, played by Geoff Stults, was known for his ability to track down insurgents and deserters. Walter was severely injured as a result of an explosion. After the accident, Walter is able to find things for anyone. From a dead body to a murder weapon - he's always on the case.
The River Viewers are anxiously awaiting the arrival of this new series premiering on ABC on February 7. The host of the fictional show Undiscovered Country disappeared in the Amazon region. As he's been missing for six months, his wife and friends believe that he's dead. His emergency detector sounded and his wife and co-host scramble to find the location of him and his missing crew. From paranormal to horrific events - this show will have few dull moments.
Wind down from a long day at work by enjoying some of these new shows. What better way to stay updated with new series than on a new television set? With an Electronic Express promotion code, you can save money on your purchase and enjoy your new favorite show on a big screen TV.