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Fall 2013 TV trends: Sitcom families

Here's what you can expect to see this upcoming season

By Michaela Sinclair
Special to MSN TV

With dozens of pilots set to premiere this fall television season, we've caught on to the many trends that have emerged to help you navigate your upcoming viewing experience. In this second part of our series, we take a look at the trend of sitcom families, as seen in the upcoming CBS series "Mom," "The Crazy Ones" and "The Millers," plus offerings from FOX and NBC.

From "Leave It to Beaver" and "The Brady Bunch" to "Married With Children" and "Roseanne," we've welcomed television families, including the tirelessly wholesome and giddily dysfunctional varieties, into our own homes for over half a century. Reliably high ratings-earners due to their family-friendly and family-oriented content, sitcoms revolving around the home life have never been the exception and always the rule.

Bing: 'Mom' | 'The Crazy Ones' | 'The Millers'

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