Spring is finally here and a new TV season is upon us! Here are premiere dates for four super-duper shows you can’t afford to miss:
Glee (Tuesday, April 13 at 9:30 PM on FOX)
After an excruciating four-month hiatus that left me wanting more, the students of McKinley high school are back on a new night and time, Tuesdays at 9:00PM EST—with more singing, dancing, and backstabbing than ever before! If you liked the first half of the season, then you are going to love what’s coming up. Someone will have a baby, Puck (Mark Salling) and Finn (Cory Montieth) will both be getting new love interests, and our girl, Naya Rivera will cause plenty of drama as the skanky Santana Lopez. Also, look for tributes to artists like Madonna and Lady Gaga, and amazing guest appearances by Jennifer Lopez and Neil Patrick Harris!
The Vampire Diaries (Thursday, March 25 at 8 PM CW)
When the CW’s #1 show returns on March 25th, following a six-week break, Damon (Ian Somerhandler) goes on sale as Mystic Falls’ most eligible bachelor, and we’ll get a closer look at Tyler’s (played by my boy Michael Trevino) family life. Go here to check out the trailer for the March 25th episode.
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V (Tuesday, March 30 at 9 PM on FOX)
The aliens are back! ABC’s alien-invasion drama, V, returns on March 30th. And when it does, look for Anna, the leader of the V’s (played by Brazilian beauty Morena Baccarin), to continue her mission to destroy human life. Is it just me, or is Morena getting creepier and creepier as Anna? She sends chills up my spine. Check her out in this trailer and let me know if she scares you too!
Miami Medical (Friday, April 2 at 10 PM on CBS)
New show alert! If you think there are already too many medical dramas on TV (Trauma, Mercy, etc) then you are really going to be annoyed by Miami Medical, a flashy new Jerry Bruckheimer produced drama about trauma surgeons in Miami. But if medical dramas are you thing, you’re probably going to love this show, which is sure to feature some top-notch action sequences mixed with some humor. The show stars Puerto Rican actress Lana Parilla, whom you might remember from her great work on the short-lived CBS series, Swingtown. Check out the preview below:
What shows are you looking forward to this spring? Let me know in the comments section!