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What show's season premier are you (or were) looking forward to most?

I'm looking forward to a lot, but I've been WAITING AND WAITING for Nip/Tuck's new season...which is not yet here. Therefore I may have to go w/ "Lost".

as usual, my answer is subject to change. lol

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the list is very long but the one show I was most excited about is:

90210
Where to begin??? ANTM, 90210, Biggest Loser, Amazing Race, Survivor...if it's reality TV, I'm watching it! No really, I DO have a life...
American Idol and Survivor here - and I've really been enjoying Fringe so far
sarah, i'm so down w/ you...u pick a day and i've got a line up from 8pm on of what i could be watching...so sad! not that i watch them all...lol! but i would.
LOST and 90210
Lost, Hero's, Swingtown (whenever it comes back) and Amazing Race! :)
I'm looking forward to a few of the shows this season, but by far I'm most excited about Californication. Love that show.
Hey now! Don't be picking on lost! JK! I use to be a fan of Nip/Tuck, but lost interest after I missed a season due to kids, etc. I wonder if I could pick it back up again and not be "lost". What do you think. And hey, thanks for checking out my blog. I appreciate it. BTW are you a fan of 24? I am espcially, especially since Keifer is easy on the eyes. ;-) Take it easy! Michelle

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