Get the Scoop on the New 2003 TV Shows!
Have you been bawling over the end of Dawson's Creek and devastated by the demise of Buffy the Vampire Slayer? Don't give up hope on TV just yet. The big television networks - Fox, NBC, ABC, CBS, The WB and UPN - are about to launch their new line-ups. Here's the scoop on what's new, what's been dumped and what faves are sticking around.
New TV Shows on FoxNew: Tru Calling. Eliza Dushku (Faith from Buffy the Vampire Slayer) trades in her stakes and Slayer skills for a job in the New York City morgue. Eliza plays Tru Davies, a chick who has the ability to go back into the past (yesterday to be precise) and stop crimes before they start. This sci-fi, action-adventure TV show is set for Thursdays at 8pm.
New TV Shows on NBCNew: Miss Match. This quirky comedy/drama stars Alicia Silverstone (she's played Batgirl in the Batman and Robin movie and Cher in the Clueless flick.) Alicia's character, Kate Fox, works in her dad's law office as a divorce lawyer. But, she's also a gifted matchmaker, setting up friends and family with their "true loves." This new NBC TV show is kind of like Legally Blonde meets The Practice. Miss Match will be Friday nights at 8pm - perfect for those dateless Fridays!
Dumped: Just Shoot Me.
Still On:American Dreams, Friends, Scrubs.
New Shows on ABCNew: Back to Kansas. This comedy stars two total cuties - Breckin Meyer (from the flick Rat Race,) and Meredith Monroe (from Dawson's Creek.)They play Tom and Susan, a young married couple who move to Kansas from NYC, to be closer to Susan's (crazy) family.
Dumped: Whose Line Is It, Anyway?, Drew Carey Show.
Still On: My Wife and Kids, 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, The Wonderful World of Disney.