Television Premieres for March 2010

by on March 3, 2010

in Entertainment

Oh mi’god, it’s March already!  Some new shows kick it in gear for March and I thought I’d take a moment to remind you of them

Parenthood premiered on NBC last night (March 2nd).

A brain child from Jason Katims (Friday Night Lights), Ron Howard, and Brian Grazer, it’s a family drama focusing on the different stages of lives of a family.

Did anyone catch this last night?  What did you think?  Wanna do a mini-review?  Just leave a comment, I’ll be in touch!

Players on Spike also premiered last night. (March 2nd.)  Dang, I’m just on top of this!

Players is a comedy set in a sports bar… (Can we say Cheers?)  Except the outline of the show is a bit improvisational, so it could be interesting.

Again, anyone catch this last night…  etc., etc.!

The Pacific premieres on HBO on March 14th.

The Pacific is likened to Band of Brothers and is a 10-part miniseries and comes from Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg & Gary Goetzman.

It follows a small group of soldiers experiences fighting in the Pacific and their return home.

Could be another winner, much like Band of Brothers.  Or is it going to be too much like Band of Brothers?  We’ll see.

Sons of Tuscon premieres on FOX on March 14th.

A comedy of sorts where 3 kids hire a conman to stand in as their father while the real father has been carted off to prison.

It has potential, coming from producer Todd Holland (Malcolm In The Middle) starring Tyler Labine.  This may be just the perfect venue for Labine.

Justified premieres on FX on March 16th.

I’m looking forward to Justified with Timothy Olyphant (Deadwood) starring as Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens and The Shield’s Walton Goggins is going to be in a few episodes.

Speaking of The Shield, this show sounds more like a one-man remake of that wonderful show.  The synopsis says that Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens takes the law into his own hands without concern for his superiors perspectives.

Could be fun.  The previews look pretty interesting.

Finally,

Ugly Americans will premiere on Comedy Central on March 17th.

Ugly Americans is touted as an “epilogue to Men in Black” and is about a social worker trying to help unique New Yorkers adjust to a normal life.

They’re unique because they’re vampires, zombies, mermaids and the likes.

It’s an animated project, so be prepared.

That’s that!

[TV.com]

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