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Fall promises more favorites
Brie Maaske
Antelope Staff
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The stars of stars of One Tree Hill will be back again this fall. Be sure to catch all of the excitement.

It’s that time of year. The leaves are turning, the air is getting cooler, and it’s time for fall television premiers. We all have that show (or shows) which we faithfully watch every week, whether it be with a group of friends, or at home by ourselves. Boys, we know you secretly love “Glee.”

Here is what we have to look forward to this season on some of our favorite shows.

Last season “Grey’s Anatomy” ended with an angry husband of a past patient going on a shooting rampage throughout the hospital. He eventually found his main target, Dr. Derek Shepard (aka McDreamy) and shot him, while Shepard’s pregnant wife, main character, Meredith Grey, experienced a stress-induced miscarriage.

“I’m excited to see how “Grey’s Anatomy” starts up this fall since last season ended with McDreamy, even though we know he was alive at the end,” said Lerrin Currie, senior elementary education major from Kearney. This season we will get to see the aftermath of the shooting and what will happen between Derek and Meredith post-miscarriage. There have been rumors of a new doctor, another wedding, a new love triangle and finally some closure between Izzie and Alex.

The “Grey’s Anatomy” fall premier airs Sept. 23 at 8 p.m..

Diana Garcia, a senior marketing major from Schuyler, says she is excited for “Modern Family” because it is really funny, and it is something that families today can actually relate to.
Sept. 22 will mark the beginning of the second season for “Modern Family,” which has already gained popularity and won an Emmy for Best TV Drama at this year’s awards. The show focuses on an unconventional family with the grandfather married to a Colombian woman less than half his age with a young son who tends to be more intelligent than him, a gay couple with an adopted Vietnamese daughter and a couple where the husband acts as if he is as young and hip as his three teenage and pre-teen children.
The big news for this season on “Modern Family” is the controversial kiss between gay couple, Cameron and Mitchell, which will air early in the season.

“Desperate Housewives” kicks off the new season with a new face on Wisteria Lane. “Vanessa Williams is joining 'Desperate Housewives' as the new housewife. The previews look really juicy,” said Lexi Stumme, a junior marketing and management major from Kearney.

Lanette and Tom welcome a new baby, their fifth child, and there is potential for big drama when Gaby finds out about a big secret Bree has been hiding from her.

“Desperate Housewives” premiers Sept. 26 at 8 p.m.

“One Tree Hill” is one of the longest standing shows on our list going into its eighth season.

“I can’t wait to find out if Quinn and Clay survive, because at the end of last season they got shot by Clay’s crazy ex-girlfriend,” said Sam Seina, sophomore business major from Elkhorn.
"One Tree Hill" premiers Sept. 14 at 7 p.m..


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