Tonight is another big night of premieres for all the networks, but only a few are worth watching.

NBC The comedies return tonight. "Community" is the best of the bunch at 8 p.m. yet no one seems to be watching. Maybe Betty White guest starring can help the ratings.

At 8:30 NBC's new (and hopefully short-lived) comedy "Outsourced" premieres. It sucks.

Another season of "The Office" starts at 9 p.m.--I'm beginning to wonder when people will realize "The Office" has seen better days. Maybe when Steve Carell is gone?

"30 Rock" closes out the night at 9:30 p.m. Tonight's episode has returning guest stars Matt Damon and Elizabeth Banks. Hopefully, "30 Rock" rebounds from a sub par season last year and a live episode planned for October should be interesting.

Fox Even though I'm still a fan of "30 Rock" I will be watching "Fringe" tonight at 9 p.m., again. I already watched it for this week's review, but it was so good I'll be watching it again. It's a great show I recommend for everyone--not just sci-fi heads--and any fan of "Lost" should be watching "Fringe."

CBS "The Big Bang Theory" makes its Thursday night debut at 8 p.m. tonight followed by "S#*! My Dad Says."

"The Big Bang Theory" premiere was typical nerd humor with Sheldon (Jim Parsons) turning himself into a robot..sort of. It's not very funny and you should be watching "Community," anyway.

"S#*! My Dad Says" is based off the infamous Twitter account and stars William Shatner. That's all I'm going to say, tune in at your own risk.

ABC Lastly, there's ABC's new hour-long drama "My Generation" at 8 p.m. The premise is a documentary crew followed eight high school seniors from Texas in 2000 and now they're back for a follow-up ten years later. Using a steady-cam documentary style was initially interesting, but the melodrama and stereotypes got old real quick.

FX Also, don't forget "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" is on FX at 10 p.m. This week Dennis gets divorced and you know that's not going to work out well.