So it's September, it's fall, and we all know what that means: Lots of new seasons of our favorite shows to watch on TV! Here's a print screen of a sticky note on my desktop to remind me of when my favorite shows have their season premiere this fall:
Some of you may watch these shows, or some of them, at least, but here's just a little bit about each of them:
This is a show I started watching in America, because my host father loved it. It's about the famous author Richard Castle, who, because of his friendship with the mayor, who is also a big fan, gets to shadow NYPD detective Kate Becket on her cases in order to get inspiration for his new book series about Nicki Heat. Starting this fall: Season 5.
Navy SEAL Steve McGarrett returns to Oahu, Hawaii, to find his father's killer, and gets an offer from the governor to start his own task force, the Five-0 (as Hawaii is the 50th state in the US). Other members of his team are former Honolulu PD officer Chin Ho Kelly, his cousin Kono Kalakaua, who is frech out of the academy, and actually still in training when she goes undercover on their first case, and Danny Williams, a police officer from New Jersey who moved to Hawaii to be closer to his daughter - whose mother and new husband moved there. Starting this fall: Season 3.
NCIS: Los Angeles
(Kind of ironic how I haven't seen the original NCIS, though...). The Naval Criminal Investigation Service's Office of Special Projects take on undercover operations in LA. We follow agents G. Callen, Sam Hanna, Kelsi Blye, and others as they solve intricate cases involving military victims and/or criminals. Starting this fall: Season 4.
This group of profilers give us insight into the Behavior Analysis Unit of the FBI. They catch criminals by analysing their background, create a profile based on behavior, and travel all over the country to catch psychopaths and serial killers. Starting this fall: Season 8.
The Big Bang Theory
The young woman Penny moves into an apartment in Pasadena, California, works and the Cheese Cake Factory as a waitress and dreams of becoming a famous actress. Her neighbors turn out the be two socially awkward physicists named Sheldon Cooper and Leonard Hoffstadter. Other main characters are Raj Koothrappali and Howard Wolowitz, all four of whom work at the same university. Penny shows the guys how little they know about life outside the laboratory. Starting this fall: Season 6.
The proffecional and personal lives of surgical interns and their supervisors at Seattle Grace Hospital. Central characters are Meredith Grey, her husband Derek Shepherd, her sister Lexie Grey, her best friend Christina Yang and her husband Owen Hunt, and his best friend from Afghanistan, Teddy Altmann, who's also Christina's teacher. Furthermore there's Derek's best friend Mark Sloan, his friend Callie Torress whom he has a baby with, and her wive Arizona Robins. Then there's Jackson Avery, April Kepner, and Alex Karev, the old Chief of Surgery Richard Webber, and my alltime favorite character: Miranda Bailey. So as you can see: A lot of complicated relationships, hence, a lot of drama. Starting this fall: Season 9.
I am SO excited for that week of September to arrive! Anyone with me?
♥ The Norwegian Teenager