By Nuzhat Naoreen
Updated September 23, 2011 at 03:19 PM EDT
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For many, Fridays are for going out and kicking the weekend off right. For me however, Fridays are for Fringe. Though the cult series starts back up tonight, I don’t need to see the latest episode to know I’ll be tuning in for the entire season. It’s not the only show that fills up my Fridays though. Check out my schedule below and then share your picks in the comments!

8 p.m. — 9 p.m.

LIVE: Nikita (CW): I missed out on most of this show last season since it conflicted with Bones on Thursdays, but now that it’s on a new day and time, I’m ready to tune in. (Premieres tonight)

DVR: Chuck (NBC): Admittedly, I haven’t watched consistently throughout the years, but with the series entering its final season, I can’t help but feel a little nostalgic. Guess it’s never too late, right? (Premieres Oct. 21)

9 p.m. – 10 p.m.

LIVE: Fringe (FOX) Undoubtedly the highlight of my Friday nights. I can’t wait to get lost with Pacey Witter Peter Bishop this season. (Premieres tonight)

DVR: Grimm (NBC): As long as I’m suspending reality, this new series that explores the darker facets of fairytale characters could be worth checking out. (Premieres Oct. 21)

10 p.m. – 11 p.m.

LIVE: Blue Bloods (CBS): This solid scripted drama is practically undercover at Friday at 10, but it certainly deserves a shot. (Premieres tonight)

DVR: Say Yes To The Dress (TLC): Don’t judge me, judge the dresses! (Premieres Oct. 7)

Read more:

Fall TV Thursday: What to watch live?

Fall TV Wednesdays: What to watch? What to DVR?

Fall TV Tuesdays: What to watch? What to DVR?

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