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Fall TV: Some Things Old, Some Things New

Sep 27, 2013

This autumn, the small screen is set to see many changes in faces and shows. Both Robin Williams and Michael J. Fox have made their returns to sitcoms, whileGleehas lost one of its beloved actors. Based on fall premieres, it's bound to be one interesting television season.

Oscar winner Robin Williams is returning to TV after 32 years, having last starred in the ABC sitcomMork & Mindy. In his new showThe Crazy Ones, Williams plays an eccentric advertising executive who struggles with his personal life and his company. The CBS comedy attracted a whopping 15.6 million viewers for its premiere last night, making Williams's transition back to the tube a successful one.

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Veteran actor Michael J. Fox also made his return to primetime. After being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1991, Fox decided to take recurring and guest roles on shows such asScrubsandThe Good Wifeinstead of leading positions so that he could focus his attention on his charity, the Michael J. Fox Foundation, which has raised more than 0 million for Parkinson's research. And now the actor is taking the issue to screen. In this new NBC sitcom,The Michael J. Fox Show, Fox plays a New York City newsman who continues working despite his Parkinson's diagnosis. After its premiere last night, the show received several positive reviews and a solid viewership.

One show returning this fall is guaranteed to be very different. As the fifth season ofGleepremiered, there was a noticeable vacancy of the late actor Cory Monteith, who passed away in July of an overdose. The premiere began with his real-life girlfriend, Lea Michele, mournfully singing the Beatle's ballad "Yesterday," as she glances at a photo that includes the late star. The third episode of the season will be a tribute to Monteith, as fans and the cast continue to adjust to his absence.

Additional returning shows includeHow I Met Your Mother,Modern Family,Parks and RecreationandThe Big Bang Theory. New shows includeThe Millers,Mom,The GoldbergsandWelcome to the Family.

What shows will you be watching this fall? Share your thoughts in the comments below.






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