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Fearless stars Rachael Leigh Cook and Ian Somerhalder.
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New TV Shows on CBS

New: Joan of Arcadia. Take 7th Heaven and the Gilmore Girls, and throw them in a blender and you've got this new CBS drama. Joan of Arcadia is about Amber Tamblyn (Emily from the soap, General Hospital,) as a teenager named Joan who has random conversations with God. The big man upstairs takes the form of strangers - like a hottie or the high school lunch lady. Catch Joan of Arcadia this fall on Fridays at 8pm.

Dumped: My Big Fat Greek Life.
Still On: Survivor (this time in Panama,) Everybody Loves Raymond.

New TV Shows on The WB

New: Fearless. Starring Bianca Lawson, Rachael Leigh Cook and Ian Somerhalder, this show is about a bunch of young, hip FBI agents. Rachael Leigh Cook plays the main character, FBI agent Gaia who, because of some genetic defect, can never feel fear. Fearless is definitely for peeps who dig shows like Alias or Fastlane. Fearless will air on Tuesday nights at 9pm on The WB - not a bad way to fill the Buffy void next fall.

Dumped: Dawson's Creek, Sabrina the Teenage Witch.
Still on: Gilmore Girls, Smallville, 7th Heaven and Angel (with Spike!)

New TV Shows on UPN

New: All of Us. This show is based on the lives of actor Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith. The two Hollywood honeys are also the producers. All of Us stars Duane Martin and is about a large group of people whose lives are intertwined through family, children or other things. It'll air on Tuesdays at 8:30pm this fall.

Dumped: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Twilight Zone.
Still On: Girlfriends, The Parkers, Enterprise.

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