August 23, 2005 15:00 ET

TV Guide Covers The Good, Bad And The Ugly Of The Fall Television Season

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - Aug. 23, 2005) - Seasons change and so does the public's television viewing habits. While folks were "Lost" and "Desperate" last season, this fall lineup reflects some interesting trends including a brilliant new comedy narrated by Chris Rock (the good), a sexy girl that talks to dead people (the bad) and an example of a facelift gone horribly wrong (the ugly).

TV Guide's annual Fall Preview Specials, which hit newsstands September 5th and 12th respectively, cover all of the NEW and RETURNING shows. Both blockbuster issues are packed with program information for the TV enthusiast, and address such critical questions as:

- Has reality TV fallen off the radar?

- Is the TV drama making a comeback?

- What show will be the big breakthrough hit for this fall?

- Can last year's big hits maintain their momentum?

TV Guide has a knowledgeable staff of experts available to answer these queries. To secure an interview with TV Guide Editor Jaimie Hubbard or writers Greg David or Stephanie Earp, please contact Janis Davidson Pressick at or call (416) 733 - 7600 Ext. 4249.

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TV Guide Fall Preview One - New Shows - on newsstands September 5th

TV Guide Fall Preview Two - Returning Shows - on newsstands September 12th

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