TV Fanatic Staff Round Table: Most Anticipated Fall Show

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From a possible terrorist plot on American soil... to a newly-turned member of the undead... to revenge as a dish best served very hot in the Hamptons, the TV Fanatic staff has gathered below to consider upcoming storylines and answer one simple question:

Which returning fall show are we most excited about?

Read through the following responses and then weigh in with your own...

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Matt Richenthal: Homeland. There's simply no way that show can top its first season… right?!? Also, every single show on FX.

Miranda Wicker: The Vampire Diaries. Or Scandal. Or The Vampire Diaries. AHH! How to choose??

Steve Marsi: Definitely Vampire Diaries among those two options, Miranda. You're welcome. Elsewhere, let's try Revenge. Summer just hasn't been the same without Emily VanCamp, Madeleine Stowe and Gabriel Mann.

Dan Forcella: I'm also most excited for Homeland. I'm hoping for a return to form, as its first season gave us some of the most intriguing, exciting and nerve-racking material on television last fall, but that bar might have been a bit too high to match.

Arlene Gonzalez: Are you kidding?!? Sons of Anarchy. Jax at the head of the throne? Tara as the new Gemma? Clay now the broken down king? Gemma hooking up with Jimmy Smits? Man oh man... I am chomping at the bit.

Christina Tran: Thanks to this past weekend's Season 1 marathon of Gossip Girl, I'm pumped up to see how the UES will bow out.

Chandel Charles: Psych. Iit's been way too long and Season 7 promises to be even bigger and even better than last season!

Nick McHatton: Tough call, but I'm going with Grey's Anatomy. The finale really shook the show up in ways that we haven't seen in years, and I'm wondering how Shonda is going to pull of her magic for this season premiere.

Carissa Pavlica: Fringe! They're sending my beloved Fringe Division off into the future and then they're gone for good. To say I have high expectations for the ending would be an understatement.

Jim Garner: Looking forward to Hawaii Five-0 and Christine Lahti as Steve's mom. Will be fun having another McGarrett in the world.

Carla Day: This is such a difficult decision. I'm looking forward to several shows, but if I can only pick one it is Fringe. Like Carissa said, it's the last season. With the jump to the future ... it should be epic!

Lindsey Kempton: I'm really excited about New Girl Season 2. It went through a lot of growing pains in season one, so I'm interested to see what the new season holds!

Sean McKenna: It has to be Person of Interest. Season one wasn't the best start, but as the show went on it kept delivering fantastic episodes that made me want to see where they were gonna take it next. I'm excited to see season two take that momentum and top it.

Christine Orlando: Castle! I'm literally counting the days. After four seasons of waiting Castle and Beckett are finally together and my shipper heart can't take the wait. It's been a long summer and season five can't start soon enough.

Lisa Palmer: Homeland. The Good Wife. Revenge. And they're all jammed into Sunday nights. 

Your turn, TV Fanatics: Which returning shows are you most looking forward to?

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Person of Interest, NCIS, and then Suits in January. Oh, and Dancing with the Stars just because I dance too, and I love it!

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Psyched for Psych!!! Will Henry survive? will Shawn ever propose? Will he ever tell Juliet the truth? Followed closely by NCIS. Can't wait. Have checked the guide and am working that night so have already set the PVR!!! Not that I'm addicted or anything lol!

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"Dexter" obviously. "Sons of Anarchy", final season of "Fringe". "Vampire Diaries" of course. Over the summer I watched all four seasons of "Castle" and I became crazy about this show, it's super funny and it has great characters, so I can't wait for the next season as well. Oh, and I hope the final season of "Gossip Girl" will be better than what we've seen last year.

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Sean, yes!! Supernatural is my favourite show. And I love Fringe, Nikita, Homeland...and other shows that come in 2013 (Justified, Mad Men, GoT...)But there is so many questions waiting to be answered in Person of Interest! I am actually counting the days!! Please, 27th september, come soon!

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supernatural and the vampire diaries

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Castle
Grey's
NCIS
NCIS LA
Once Upon A Time
Bones
Mentalist
Person Of Interest
Body Of Proof
Revenge
Hawaii Five-0
Criminal Minds
FRINGE I seriously could keep going. I'm a TV junkie.
Keep your movies. I like to follow my characters beyond two hours. :)

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Revenge
Game of Thrones
Fringe
Modern Family
Happy Endings
Up all Night

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Dramas:
Homeland
The Good Wife
Castle
Last Resort
Fringe
Sons of Anarchy
Hawaii 5-0 Comedies:
Parks and Recreation
30 Rock
Modern Family
Saving Hope
New Girl

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OMG! Has to be Castle. Beckett and Castle the morning after? What more could you ask for?

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Sons of Anarchy, Dexter, Walking Dead.....I love great cliffhangers!