Betrayal (10/9c Sunday Nights on ABC)
Tipped as the new Revenge, Betrayal stars Hannah Ware (Jesse Ware's sister) as Sarah Hanley a New York photographer who unhappy in her marriage, begins an affair with Jack McAllister (Stuart Townsend) an equally unhappily married city lawyer. Things between the two become heavily complicated when Sarah discovers her husband is working on the prosecution team of
a murder case involving Jack and his family.
The Tomorrow People (9/8c Wednesday Nights on the CW)
Since the cancelling of One Tree Hill and 90210, The CW are bringing out a whole new slate of teen dramas and TTP looks like it could be a keeper. Based on the original British television series of the same name, the series follows a group of young people who possess powers as the result of genetic mutation. X-Men meets Jumper, the series revolves around Stephen Jameson as he discovers his abilities and goes in search of his father (the most powerful of TTP) to find some answers.
Once Upon A Time In Wonderland (8pm Thursday Nights on ABC)
If OUATIW is anything like its big brother show then we are in for a treat! Everyone has been going mad in anticipation for this Alice in Wonderland adaptation. The series featuring an all British cast is brought to us by the producers of Lost and stars some familiar faces (Emma Rigby; Hollyoaks/Prisoners Wives and Michael Socha; This Is England/Being Human).
Another hotly anticipated spin off series to premiere this year is none other than The Originals. Finally! We follow Klaus, Rebekka and Elijah as they embark on a mission to overthrow King Marcel and his night-walkers and take back what is rightfully theirs... the city of New Orleans. I'm sure I'm not alone in my excitement for a weekly dosage of Charles Michael Davis and Joseph Morgan.
Witches of East End (10pm Sunday Nights on Lifetime)
I love a good teen fantasy drama! Based on the novel of the same name WEE stars Julia Ormand as Joanna Beauchamp, a witch keeping the truth about her family heritage from her daughters Freya Beauchamp and Ingrid Beauchamp, who are part of the next generation of witches.