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  • Fall Television: What’s on Deck for The Screen, The Stars, and SNOWMAN
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Fall Television: What’s on Deck for The Screen, The Stars, and SNOWMAN

Aviva Drescher from The Real Housewives of New York

Ramona Singer from The Real Housewives of New York

Television season has arrived. Whether you are into crime dramas, period pieces, romantic comedies, reality TV, or anywhere in between, everyone can find something to watch this Fall. After a long day, sometimes it is necessary to leap into the fantastical worlds created by today’s television writers. Perhaps, if you are a city dweller with a keen eye, you might even spot a SNOWMAN look on a star this fall.

Have a flare for comedy? Check out some of the following new and returning shows:

2 Broke Girls, about two waitresses in their 20’s living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, has been renewed for a fourth season. This season premiers on October 27th and will come to CBS on Mondays at 8pm this Fall.

About a Boy, a new show for 2014, is centered around the ultimate immature bachelor thrown into a tailspin by new neighbors. This comedy premiers Oct 14th on NBC, filling the 9:30pm time slot.

Another brand new show this season is Bad Judge, which is a new direction for Kate Walsh, famous for her role as Addison in hospital dramas, Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice. She plays an irreverent judge with an unconventional take on the justice system. Bad Judge premiers Thursday, October 2nd at 9pm on NBC.

The Big Bang Theory, which has developed quite a cult following, has returned this month for another season. The dry humor and scientific lingo will visit CBS weekly on Mondays at 8pm. You’ll have to make the decision of Big Bang vs. Broke Girls, which fill the same time slot.

Looking for a little romance? Take a look at Manhattan Love Story, set in SNOWMAN’s own backyard. This story is a new take on the typical relationship saga. The writer has gotten in the heads of the two characters and shares what is really going on in the back of new couples’ minds. This show premiers its first season on ABC next week on September 30th.

Are you a reality guru? Some characters we can’t help but love (or can’t help but love to hate). But there is no denying that reality television has captivated many, and SNOWMAN has in turn captivated some reality stars.

While a confirmed start date has not been released, many are eagerly awaiting the 7th season of RHONY (Real Housewives of New York). The Real Housewives franchise has spread virally across the country. The original, Real Housewives of Orange Country, prompted new offshoots to start every year - Real Housewives of Atlanta, New Jersey, Portland, Miami, DC, Beverly Hills, and so on. Worldwide versions are now beginning: Real Housewives of Athens, Vancouver and Melbourne. Pictured above are two RHONY stars, Aviva Drescher and Ramona Singer, who both loved our SNOWMAN Collections.

The classic reality show for the competitive at heart, America’s Next Top Model, is airing for the 11th consecutive year. Learn the ins and outs of the modeling business and marvel at the craziness. Friday’s this fall catch ANTM on the CW.

For those talent seekers among you, Dancing with the Stars is back. This show brings all the glamour of live competitive dancing to the television screen while throwing familiar celebrity faces into the mix. Season 19 began on ABC this month and will be aired each week at 8pm on Mondays. Pictures above is Anna Demidova, one of the incredibly talented professional dancers featured in many past Dancing with the Stars seasons.

Some of us are ready for some drama and intrigue when we turn on the television. From classic favorites to new frontrunners to HBO twists, this season’s drama scene will not disappoint.

Anna Demidova from Dancing with The stars

The ultimate TV drama returns again. CSI comes to CBS on Sept 28th at 10pm. A former CSI star was spotted wearing a SNOWMAN look at this past NYFW. Can you guess who it was?

Many are eagerly awaiting the return of Scandal, which took the world of television by storm. Olivia Pope, played by the lovely Kerry Washington, returns to television this week and will be aired weekly on ABC, Thursdays at 9pm.

A brand new show, How to Get Away with Murder, is, like Scandal, created and written by Shonda Rhimes. This show, filled with intricate murder plots and high suspense, stars Viola Davis and airs Thursdays at 10:00pm this fall.

One place to always look for new and old dramas is HBO. One popular drama, Boardwalk Empire, set in Prohibition Era Atlantic City, just begun its final season. Catch the last of this carefully-crafted drama on Sunday’s at 9pm.

Another brand new show, Gotham, is a drama airing on Fox, which incorporates a host of DC Comic characters from the Batman Franchise. Not to worry, this is not another Batman remake but rather a holistic look at the world of Gotham as created by the Comic writers. This show will provide a lot of backstory on the origin of many villains such as Penguin, Riddler, Catwoman, Joker, Poison Ivy, Scarecrow, Hugo Strange, Harvey Dent, and Mr. Freeze among others.

No matter your taste in guilty pleasures, there is plenty of television for you this fall. If you aren’t up to date on some of these shows, no worries. Technology is on your side. Peruse your Netflix and catch up on past seasons of these ongoing series. Regardless of your personal preference, take some time to relax this fall before the season picks up into full swing. Turn on the TV and prop up your feet!

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