After the high profile and, what Hollywood execs like to call high concept shows of last weeks article, this week I will be going through new pilots which follow two trends I like to call remaking is breaking and Desperate Housewives is over and Greys Anatomy has got to end sometime. Greys Anatomy and Desperate Housewives have been big ratings pulls in the coveted demographic (18-49 if you dont know) for ABC and have meant big advertising bucks. And, even though Greys prolific creator Shonda Rhimes, who will be show running three to five shows next season depending on pickups, has claimed that Greys will move past eight seasons, there is a general sense that the show is on the decline and, coupled with the loss of Desperate Housewives at the end of the current season, there is a definite hole in the market. On the other end of the seen it before spectrum we have the inescapable and visceral remakes that seem to be shaping television these days. Im sure youre aware that The Office is a remake of the British show of the same name but did you know that they remade One Foot In The Grave with Bill Cosby, and it was actually a success? (Its called Cosby if youre interested in checking it out). Remakes are here to stay. This season alone there are, by my count, about ten in one form or another. Why American studios continue to produce these often ill advised remakes is a mixture of successes and muted failures; but continue to make them they do. Lets find out if any are going to be worth watching.