Fall Lineup: TV Shows With a Financial Focus

Posted on 08/29/2011

The five major networks—ABC, NBC, CBS, CW and FOX—are premiering about two dozen new shows this fall. The sitcoms, dramas and crime thrillers will join the programs you’re already accustomed to. Many of these shows, including some you’ll find on cable networks, have a financial focus.

2 Broke Girls - The CBS sitcom "2 Broke Girls" stars Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs as two struggling waitresses trying to make it in New York City. They both work in a Brooklyn diner, but also share a bond over being broke.

Up All Night - Christina Applegate and Will Arnett pair up for NBC's "Up All Night" launching this fall. They play a working mom and stay-at-home dad of a new baby. Reagan, played by Applegate, decides to head back to work to support her family, but juggling it all proves difficult for this super mom.

Hart of Dixie - CW’s "Hart of Dixie," stars Rachel Bilson, a new doctor who gave up money and prestige to accept a position as a small-town doctor in Alabama. The show follows Zoe Hart, played by Bilson, as she experiences small town culture shock.

Storage Wars - Catch new episodes of this A&E reality show Wednesdays at 10/9 central. The program follows five treasure hunters who buy abandoned storage lockers and sell the items inside with hopes of making easy cash.

The High Low Project - Designer Sabrina Soto’s skills are put to the test in the new HGTV program The High Low Project, premiering September 3. She’ll design a homeowner’s dream room, and then proceed to take it apart, replacing some of the expensive items with their affordable counterparts.

By Alison Storm

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