New Shows This Fall on TV 2011

 Person of Interest (CBS)

Burned-out spy John Reese is recruited by the hyper-intellectual Finch to use secretly generated results to intervene in the lives of people who are soon to be involved in violence, although it’s up to Reese to learn if they’ll be victim or perpetrator. Premieres Sept. 22nd.

 A Gifted Man (CBS)

A GIFTED MAN is a drama about a brilliant, charismatic surgeon whose life changes forever when his deceased ex-wife begins teaching him the meaning of life from the “hereafter.” Michael Holt is an exceptional doctor who lives a materialistic life of luxury thanks to his work-obsessed career and powerful and wealthy patients; however, Michael’s ordered world is rocked when his ex-wife, Anna, an idealistic free-clinic doctor and the love of his life, mysteriously appears to him. Michael’s off-beat sister, Christina, a single mom to her teenaged son, Milo, is thrilled that Anna’s back in her brother’s life, even as an “illusion,” because Michael was always a better person with her. Curious about Michael’s sudden change in behavior is his efficient assistant, Rita. When Anna asks Michael to go to her clinic to help keep it running, he meets Autumn, a volunteer carrying on Anna’s work with the underprivileged. Touched by those in need and accepting of Anna’s compassionate “presence,” Michael’s attitude toward serving the rich and poor is turned upside down, and he begins to see that there’s room in his life for everyone. Premieres Sept. 23rd.

 Once Upon a Time (ABC)

Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin and Robert Carlyle star in this fantastical series that follows the travails of a young woman who is drawn to a small Maine town and discovers that it’s filled with the mystical elements of the fairy tale world. Premieres Oct. 23rd.

 Grimm (NBC)

This inventive sci-fi drama series follows the dangerous adventures of Nick Burckhardt, a Portland, Ore. detective who discovers that he is the last of the Grimms — beings who protect the human world from monsters brought to life from fairy tales. Premieres Oct. 21st.

 New Girl (FOX)

This smart urban sitcom revolves around Jessica Day, an appealing twentysomething still trying to rebound from a recent break-up, when she moves in with three single guys, all of whom are ready to help her understand the ways of the world. Premieres Sept. 20th.

Other shows to keep in mind: Ringer (CW) Sept. 13 and Hart of Dixie (CW) Sept. 26th.

All synopsis by Netflix except for A Gifted Man which was from CBS.com.

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