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Greek Promo: "Fools Rush In"

What did you think of the fourth season premiere of  Greek ?  Looking ahead, Rush Week will kick off at CRU on January 10, as the episode "Fools Rush In" focuses on campus houses competing for pledges, even Kappa Tau. Might Dale shock everyone by taking part in the action? Get an early look at the installment below: Source & Promo

GREEK “Defending Your Honor” Season 4 Premiere - Preview

Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the season 4 premiere episode of GREEK “Defending Your Honor” (Season 4 Episode 1) which returns on Monday, January 3 (9:00 -10:00 PM ET/PT) on ABC Family. Episode Synopsis: ABC Family’s “Greek” heads into its fourth season with some of Cyprus Rhodes University’s favorite sorority sisters and fraternity brothers navigating their post-graduate lives, while the undergrads are taking on new challenges – both in and out of the Greek system. As Casey moves on to law school, what will happen with her “college romance” with Cappie, who walked away from her when he learned she was leaving CRU? Find out when ABC Family’s critically acclaimed original series, “Greek,” returns for an all-new season on Monday, January 3 (9:00 -10:00 PM ET/PT) Source & Preview

GREEK Season 4 Promo

Check out a promo for Season 4 of GREEK which premieres on Monday, January 3 at 9pm on ABC Family. Episode Synopsis: ABC Family’s “Greek” heads into its fourth season with some of Cyprus Rhodes University’s favorite sorority sisters and fraternity brothers navigating their post-graduate lives, while the undergrads are taking on new challenges – both in and out of the Greek system. As Casey moves on to law school, what will happen with her “college romance” with Cappie, who walked away from her when he learned she was leaving CRU? Find out when ABC Family’s critically acclaimed original series, “Greek,” returns for an all-new season on Monday, January 3 (9:00 -10:00 PM ET/PT) Source & Promo

'Greek': Season 4 premiere gives us 'something to hope for'

Sticking with the TV trend of the day, "Greek" begins Season 4 with a time-jump. When we last saw the KTs and ZBZs, it was spring break, but the January 3 episode kicks off with graduation. Gotta love beginning with the end, right?During his speech, Cameron from "Ferris Bueller" -- we never did learn the Dean's name -- offers Casey (Spencer Grammer), Ashley (Amber Stevens), Evan (Jake McDorman) and the rest of the graduating CRU seniors the following piece of advice: "A wise person once said that the grand essentials of happiness are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for."Of course, Casey is a little distracted, looking around to see if ex-boyfriend Cappie (Scott Michael Foster) showed up to see her off. Three months later, Casey's life is still just as uncertain. With Ash in NYC (and hating it) and little bro Rusty working on dethroning Cappie as Kappa Tau president,...

Greek Sneak Peek: Graduation Day!

It's nearly graduation day on Greek. When this ABC Family drama premieres its fourth season on January 3, some regular characters will leave college for the real world. As this sneak peek proves, that's not always a good thing. Before Casey and company can take that step, of course, they must actually graduate. With that in mind, check out the following clip from the episode "Defending Your Honor." Source & Preview

'Greek' exclusive First Look: The final season goes 'St. Elmo's Fire'

Greek   has never been shy about its ’80s pop culture references, and this coming season, the show is going all out — dedicating itself to the spirit of   St. Elmo’s Fire . And it’s not just the promo art (seen here in an exclusive first look) that pays deep homage to the Brat Pack classic: With the ABC Family show in its final ten episodes (alas!) and the season kicking off (at 8 p.m. on Jan. 3) with the graduation of the upperclassmen characters, much of the   Greek gang will be dealing with the tricky transition to adulthood that wracked Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, and company with angst. “ St. Elmo’s Fire   captured that post-college experience, how lost people graduating are,” creator Sean Smith says. “The expectation with a show like ours is always that graduation has to be the end of the story, and I like subverting that. There is life after college, which can be just as interesting as life in college.” To Read More  Click Here.

Midseason Premiere Dates

Monday, January 3rd Greek and Pretty Little Liars on ABC Family The Bachelor on ABC Tuesday, January 4th The Biggest Loser: Couples on NBC V on ABC Million Dollar Money Drop on FOX Mixed Signals on FOX Thursday, January 6th Jersey Shore on MTV Friday, January 7th Fringe on FOX (New Timeslot) Sunday, January 9th The Cape on NBC Bob's Burgers on FOX Californication on Showtime Episodes on Showtime Shameless on Showtime Tuesday, January 11th Lights Out on FX Wednesday, January 12th Off the Map on ABC Sunday, January 16th Big Love on HBO Monday, January 17th Harry's Law on NBC Being Human on Syfy Skins on MTV Tuesday, January 18th White Collar on USA Network Wednesday, January 19th American Idol on FOX (New Timeslot, 2 hour season premiere) Thursday, January 20th Perfect Couples on NBC Parks and Recreation on NBC Royal Pains on USA Network Fairly Legal on USA Network Thursday, January 27th Archer on FX Monday, February 7th The Chicago Code on FOX Wednesday, March 16th America's Next Great Restaurant on NBC Tuesday, March 29th Body of Proof on ABC

Kendra's TV Hotspots of the Week: Show Returns & Must-See Episodes!

Welcome to a new week in TV! Your SideReel editorial team will now be bringing you columns throughout the week telling you what we're looking forward to for the week on TV, what's hot in the reality TV madness, what was awesome throughout the week and more! To kick things off, kendra here with what's happening this week including what I'm pumped to watch, what I'll be begrudgingly watching, and what I'll be passing on entirely. Big TV Returns of the Week ABC Family fans should not miss out on Monday night's premiere of 10 Things I Hate About You (TV) at 8/7c and the season finale of Greek at 10/9c! The first season of 10 Things held the typical ABC Family cuteness including some fun characters, heartwarming (yet edgy) plotlines, and of course, high school romance angst! This is definitely one to check out whether you were a fan first season or not - it's pretty easy to jump in on anytime. As for Greek, there's no need to sell die-hard fans on this one, just a reminder not to miss out on the big season finale that could bring some tragic cliffhangers including what on earth will happen with Casey and Cappie! Is it time to call it quits forever, or will we have to wait and see until its return? There are more show returns this week including: V (Reimagined Series) - Tuesday on ABC In Plain Sight - Wednesday on USA Network Bones & Fringe - Thursday on Fox Miami Medical - Friday on CBS My recommendations on these? Give V a try if you haven't, though personally I'm going to struggle to get myself to watch again. Much like Fringe, I find myself intrigued by the concept of the show, but just not held captive by the actual episodes, which, TV fans, I find pretty vital. I'll be sticking to the ABC Family returns mentioned previously, plus giving V another try, and Miami Medical a go though I plan to find it disappointing just like NBC's Trauma . I'll be jumping back into In Plain Sight as well which is worth watching if you're a fan of the usual USA Network formula. What I'm Psyched for this Week Chuck I find Chuck a highlight of every week it airs a new episode, but lately in this crazy new world of Spy Chuck, every episode has actually been exciting with lots of plot developments as well as being hilarious and cute. I'm most looking forward to seeing Chuck try to be a real spy after passing his spy test... falsely. Knowing Chuck's deadly honesty, something has to come of that unless he really has become a different guy. It also looks like there will be some serious attempts by Chuck to win Sarah over, maybe professionally and personally, and what Chuck fan can say "no" to some Chuck-Sarah drama?? Lost I was excited for the season premiere, and had lost faith in this final season along the way until last week's Richard Alpert episode. I'm now back to honestly being excited for Lost this week instead of dreading the disappointment and annoyance at more questions arising. This week it looks like we may FINALLY get Jin and Sun in the same place, and as one of the only non-annoying, sweet couples on that show, I'm dying to see their reunion and some tears including talk of their child. I'll try not to get my hopes up too much, though, just in case this episode is only leading to them reuniting later with plenty of other plot to distract from that happy "ending." Modern Family Much like Chuck, I'm always excited to see a new Modern Family. This week will feature Phil's birthday and Claire's attempts to get him something awesome. After the Edward Norton guest star incident Claire created for their anniversary, I'd say there are some classic moments to look forward to. Ugly Betty This week Ugly Betty goes to London for Fashion Week which will include a few exciting character returns including Christina (Ashley Jensen) and (gasp!) Gio (Freddy Rodriguez)! I always adored Betty and Christina's friendship and definitely miss it this season while Jensen has been off on Accidentally on Purpose , so it'll be great to have that friendship dynamic back, even if just for an episode. As for Gio, with the series finale quickly approaching for Betty, I'd really like some love life developments. While I'd be plenty happy if they went Gilmore Girls -style where they left Rory single but on to great things in her career, I'd like a little bit of a drama roller coaster before we settle on that, or a boyfriend of choice, for Betty. Vampire Diaries Usually my main Thursday thrills come from the NBC comedies, but unfortunately those are taking a break this Thursday. So Vampire Diaries wins this time, and I have to admit, a little too often since I did my marathon catch-up over its hiatus. This week I'm hoping for some hints at what those vampires meeting in secret are up to plus maybe some better idea of why and how that ring protected Alec from Damon's attack. And hey, while we're at it, I'll go ahead and hope for some developments on the Isabelle mystery too! What are you looking forward to this week on TV?

TV Tonight: What's On Monday 3/29

Tonight brings all new episodes of Chuck , Gossip Girl and more plus the season finale of Greek and season premiere of 10 Things I Hate About You (TV) on ABC Family! Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c Chuck on NBC Dancing with the Stars on ABC Life UneXpected on The CW 10 Things I Hate About You (TV) on ABC Family - Season Premiere! 8:30/7:30c Rules of Engagement on CBS 9/8c Castle on ABC 24 on Fox Trauma on NBC CSI: Miami on CBS Gossip Girl on The CW 10/9c Law & Order on NBC Greek on ABC Family - Season Finale! Damages on FX Saving Grace on TNT Nurse Jackie on Showtime 10:30/9:30c The United States of Tara on Showtime 11/10c The Daily Show on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central 11:35/10:35c The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on NBC What will you be watching?

Greek to Enter Its Final Season

First, the great news: Greek has been picked up for a fourth season. Now, the sad news for fans of this ABC Family series: all indications point to this being its final run. 'That is the plan,' said series creator Sean Smith, when asked about this summer's 10-episode season. He added that he hopes to bring back former stars, such as Charisma Carpenter and Michael Rady, for the final stretch. 'We're all looking at this as an opportunity to come back, wrap up the show, and end strong," Smith told Entertainment Weekly. "ABC Family could've ended it, but they gave us this opportunity and I don't want to squander it.' Meanwhile, an ABC Family spokesperson says all of Greek's regular cast members will return for season four. Source Here