Today marks the official beginning of the 2011-2012 TV season. Tonight on NBC, there is a sneak preview of the single-camera sitcom "The New Normal", from creator Ryan Murphy ("Glee"), followed by a repeat of the pilot of the Matthew Perry series "Go On". Tomorrow, the shows will premiere in their regular time slot at 9 and 9:30 PM respectively.
Wednesday will see the time-slot premieres of "Animal Practice", from writer/creators Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka ("The Sitter"), at 8 PM on NBC, followed by the multi-camera comedy "Guys With Kids", produced by Jimmy Fallon and starring Anthony Anderson and "The Whitest Kids U Know"'s Zach Cregger. (The only new multi-cam sitcom on NBC, by the way).
The new TV season will continue over the next 2 weeks with the premieres of "Up All Night", "The Office" and "Parks & Recreation" on Sept. 20th and all the CBS Monday night comedies (including the new "Partners") on September 24th. "New Girl", "The Mindy Project" and "Ben & Kate" premiere on FOX on Sept. 25th, and "The Middle", "Modern Family", and new family sitcom "The Neighbors" premiere on ABC Sept. 26th. Finally, all the FOX animated shows will premiere September 30th.
After that there will be a little bit of a wait for the premieres of 30 Rock (October 4th), Suburgatory (Oct. 17th), Community (October 19th), and Happy Endings and Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23 (Oct. 23rd).