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Fall TV returns continue, Fringe and Privileged premiere tonight

Tonight, it’s the premiere of Fringe on Fox. Dawson’s Creek star Joshua Jackson comes back to TV in this creepy thriller that’s shades of The X-Files but so much more. I will warn you that the opening scenes are not for those with a weak stomach but after that it’s more thriller than horror movie, so fast forward if you must and then watch the rest.

By the way, last night I was blown away by the season opener of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. One nice twist, one new direction and a big reveal at the end. Fabulous stuff. If you missed it, check the Fox website for repeat airings.

The CW's latest hit focused on the wealthy and young

The CW has a new series premiering tonight as well. It’s called Privileged and it’s a lighter version of Gossip Girl with a middle-class tutor getting indoctrinated into the world of the filthy rich.

Tonight on TV

ABC starts with a double dose of Wipeout and then it’s Primetime: Medical Mysteries.

CBS begins with Big Brother then it’s on to the catwalk for the special Fashion Rocks!

NBC says America’s Got Talent and that’s followed by Law & Order: SVU.

The CW reruns 90210 then it’s the premiere of Privileged.

Fox has the premiere of one of my new favorites, Fringe and that’s followed by Hole in the Wall.

Over on cable

The Rachel Zoe Project premieres on Bravo and having seen the previews, I’m already hooked. It’s a docudrama about a stylist to the stars and as usual her personal life leaves something to be desired, but hey, great shoes!

ABC Family is all new with Secret Life and Greek.

FX has a new episode of The Shield, Lifetime has How to Look Good Naked and Eureka is new on SCI FI.

News and notable

Fox has ordered a new series based on a telenovela about a womanizer who becomes a beautiful woman and now sees what life is like on the other side.

Megan Mullally and Cheryl Hines will join Chelsea Handler in the new In the Motherhood series that I mentioned yesterday.
Giada De Laurentis is getting a new show on The Food Network, this one called Giada at Home.

Gary Cole has been cast as a villain on an upcoming episode of Chuck.

Photo from Privileged: Michael Desmond / The CW

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