Welcome to The Outhouse's Primetime TV Poll for 11/30/2012, the last day of November.
Please vote for each individual show you plan to watch. You can vote for as many shows as you intend to (eventually) see via VOD, online or live.
Now, in the absence of some of my favorite primetime mainstays (like Fringe, Grimm and DCC: Making the Team), it hardly feels like Friday, but there are still a few (58 in this *mostly complete* list) new shows on tonight. One series I'm especially happy about is Nikita returning to the CW's schedule tonight @ 8pm.
For a fun change of pace, I decided to embed preview clips from four (4) of tonight's shows I'm most looking forward to.
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