I'll admit it, I'm kind of a TV junkie. I normally have a ton of shows that I watch Monday through Friday, and I'm always interested in finding new ones (I recently got hooked on Criminal Minds. OMG, so amazing!). Naturally, I took a look at the new shows debuting this Fall and there are a few I have my eye on.

The X-Factor (Fox). I've watched clips the UK version online before, and from what I've seen, it's pretty awesome. Each celebrity judge doubles as a mentor (kind of like how they did it on The Voice), but  they each have a specific group of contestants. There are female singers, male singers, groups, and singers over 25 years old. I was extremely disapointed when I found out that Cheryl Cole was let go and Paula Abdul was on, but I think I'll put it aside to watch. (The trailer above is for the original cast, but just absorb the awesomeness).

Once Upon A Time (ABC). As we know, shows/movies based on fairy tales can either be wonderful or go horribly wrong. It's basically about fairy tale characters who are sent to our world, kind of like Enchanted, but they don't know that they're fairy tale characters. Also, if you're trying to figure out who Ginnifer Goodwin is (the lady with the dark hair, often in white), she plays Snow White because we can't get enough of that character.

Grimm (NBC). Not to be outdone, NBC has their own fairy tale-based show, but it's a crime show. Those stories really happened then and they're repeating themselves (dun dun DUN!). Now it's up to a descendent from the Brothers Grimm to stop the monsters. It looks super creepy and I jumped twice during a trailer. Totally watching.

Person of Interest (CBS). I'm not sure if I have any real desire to watch to this new crime drama, especially since it might make me freak out about cameras everywhere. So why would I? They were filming one morning when I was in Washington Square Park and I'd like to see if I was on TV for a split second. Who knows? Maybe it will be awesome.

Awake (NBC). I am so excited to watch this. Basically, Lucius Malfoy (or Jason Isaacs, whichever) gets into a car accident with his wife and son. Now he's in this weird alternate reality where in one realm, his wife is alive and his son is dead, and in the other one, it's the opposite. He can't tell which one is a dream and which one is reality, and it starts to interfere with his work (he's a detective) because he can't keep his cases straight. So good you guys!

Will you watch any of these, Lovelies? What new Fall shows are you looking forward to?