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'The Michael J. Fox Show' (NBC)
Premiere Date: September 26
We're anticipating because: It's Fox's first regular TV job since Parkinson's forced him to quit "Spin City" 13 years ago. His new medication allows him to work full-time again, and even with the condition's various physical symptoms, he still has the likability and Swiss watch timing that made him one of the most beloved TV stars of the last 30 years. And the show, co-created by Will Gluck and Sam Laybourne, takes on his real-life story head-on, as Fox plays a popular New York TV reporter returning to work under similar circumstances. It's a pleasure to see Fox doing what he does best again, and there's a solid supporting cast, including Betsy Brandt as his wife, Wendell Pierce as his boss and Juliette Goglia (Little Girl God from "Joan of Arcadia") as one of his three kids.
We're nervous because: None of the three episodes NBC sent out for review are wildly funny, and certain characters and situations (particularly anything involving Katie Finneran as Mike's flighty sister and Conor Romero as his college drop-out son) are pretty broad and feel more appropriate to a multi-camera sitcom than a "Modern Family"-esque single-cam like this.