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All My Shows Ended. Now What?

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Now back to the important question – What do you do now that your favorite shows have had their season finales? That’s really the one bad thing about summertime. Many are just off-the-air. Some you can still catch encores of. Some you miss so much that you binge watch them online.

But the one great thing about FOX 11 this summer – we do have fresh new shows nearly every night of the week. I don’t know about you, but I am totally engrossed with the return of “24.” It was one of my all-time favorites, and I am more than happy to see brand new episodes of the show with Jack & Chloe back in action.

Another great drama “Gang Related” is also worth your time. There really isn’t much scripted-TV during the summer – so I was glad to see FOX put out a high quality show like this for the summer. Gritty, dark, and full of more twists than a pretzel factory.

The big guilty pleasure for the summertime is usually the return of reality TV. And when it’s a competition show, it just makes it so much better to watch. You want to see who’s going to win each night, and who’s going to get kicked off. (Fingers crossed – please let it be the one you know you really hate for no reason other than the look on their face. Ha.)

For that – We’ve got two of the best cooking competitions on TV. Both “MasterChef” and “Hell’s Kitchen” are underway and completely hook-me-in-TV. “I Wanna Marry Harry” is silly – but you gotta love that these people are stupid enough to think they have a chance with a British Prince doing a reality show. C’mon, have they never heard of “Joe Millionaire?” Oh – and “So You Think You Can Dance” is back, and who doesn’t love the snarky chemistry between Nigel and Mary?

So let’s just sum it up to say -- even though you favorite shows are gone, there’s still a lot to watch on FOX11 (and set you DVR for it, so you have stuff to watch on a lazy weekend). And it’s only a few months before your old friends return.

Happy watching.

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