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10 best in the new crop of fall TV

Here are some picks that might still be around next year

  • Connie Britton stars in "Nashville," debuting Oct. 10 on ABC.

    Connie Britton stars in "Nashville," debuting Oct. 10 on ABC.

  • Mamie Gummer stars as "Emily Owens M.D.," which will premiere Oct. 16 on The CW.

    Michael Courtney / The Cw

    Mamie Gummer stars as "Emily Owens M.D.," which will premiere Oct. 16 on The CW.

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By Frazier Moore
Associated Press
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  • Connie Britton stars in "Nashville," debuting Oct. 10 on ABC.

    Connie Britton stars in "Nashville," debuting Oct. 10 on ABC.

  • Mamie Gummer stars as "Emily Owens M.D.," which will premiere Oct. 16 on The CW.

    Michael Courtney / The Cw

    Mamie Gummer stars as "Emily Owens M.D.," which will premiere Oct. 16 on The CW.

You know how it goes. With the arrival of fall, a flurry of new shows descends from the five broadcast networks.
Many will be gone by next spring's thaw. A year from now, most will be faint memories, if that. But a handful will take hold.
Here's a look at 10 of them that might be worth keeping around. Click here for descriptions and video clips of the best bets.
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