Worst show on tv right now – The Cape

February 2, 2011 at 12:45 pm (babbling, Entertainment, TV) (, , , , , )

First off a quick kudos to Chuck this week.  It was a fabulous episode that reclaimed its former glory. I’m glad that only Human Target was new on Monday night so that we also tuned in. It was funny and heartfelt and beautifully crafted.

Now onto the purpose of this post – The Cape.  It was seriously the worst thing I’ve tuned into in a long time. I’d put it up there in the ranks of M. Night’s recent failures.  I wanted to like it, I really did.

Who do I blame??

  1. Summer Glau seems to have the kiss of death when it comes to television shows (Firefly, Dollhouse, Sarah Conner Chronicles), but her role doesn’t seem nearly big enough to be the cause.
  2. NBC cut the order from 13 to 10 episodes, meaning they see there’s a problem.  But is the show a problem because they futzed with it too much??
  3. Perhaps that the whole premise of the show is based around a bad CGI effect:  the cape itself?
  4. The creator & writer Tom Wheeler doesn’t seem to have a lot of fantasy, comic book writing experience. It is a unique genre that perhaps he just doesn’t grasp fully.  Perhaps he needs to hire more experienced writers: Jane Espenson perhaps? I think she’s smart enough not to touch this with a 10 foot pole though.
  5. Lead actor David Lyons could be to blame, perhaps he isn’t a strong enough actor to carry the lead role.

I think it’s just a perfect storm of bad choices that have led to this show being awful, so don’t waste your time. You will regret it!

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TV with a 1-year old

January 25, 2011 at 10:59 am (babbling, Family, TV) (, , , , , , , , , , )

My little one is now 13-months old, and what we watch and don’t watch on television has completely changed.

First off, “Sesame Street” and “The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That” are now added to our tivo. He seems to really like the music in The Cat in the Hat.  I really love the creativity in Sesame Street, taking popular music and tv shows and giving it a kid twist.  Wes’ attention span is only about 10 minutes for tv, which I don’t mind. Both Sam and I agree that he is too young to really be watching tv anyway. He does seem to have an odd affinity for Wheel of Fortune though. Maybe it’s the clapping, or Sam and I shouting out [what we think are] the answers.

Secondly, he doesn’t go to sleep until 9pm and he’s learning so quickly we have a hard time watching anything with questionable content in front of him.  Hearing about our friend’s 2-year old + son being able to clear a room (pretending he has a gun and all) because of learning from the shows they were watching was rather frightening.  We don’t want to rush Wes out of his childhood or for him to learn things he doesn’t need to yet!

What am I watching these days after the kiddo goes to sleep?? My favorites are Human Target and Bones on Fox, Castle and Modern Family on ABC and NBC’s Community. Sam’s favorites are Human Target and Hawaii 5-0.We will watch more True Blood once the past season comes out on Netflix. So You Think You Can Dance, my guilty pleasure, will also be on our list once it returns to air.

Show’s I no longer care about/tolerate:  V (too over dramatic all the time, not enough action), Chuck (too much love-feud with Chuck/Sarah – it’s become more like a CW show), The Event (such bad writing I can’t tolerate it even for a minute), American Idol (I miss Simon and the conflict that was created because of his ideas being different than others on the panel. They all agree too much now. Tyler is funny, but not enough for me to keep tuning in).  We’ve also given up on Dexter, his lack of growth was too frustrating to continue watching once the amazing writing and story twists disappeared.

Time is just too precious to waste!

So what are you all watching these days? Those of you with kids, what are your must-see shows? What are the must-see shows for your kids?

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First New Shows Fall 2010

September 23, 2010 at 2:47 pm (babbling, Entertainment, TV) (, , , , , , , , , )

In no particular order, here’s what I’ve viewed so far…

Chuck: Such great start to the new season!! It’s too bad NBC didn’t move it to Wednesday nights when NOTHING else is on instead of keeping it against big shows like House & Dancing with the Stars.  I’m still watching it live, but I’m afraid NBC is going to cancel it before giving it a better slot/chance.

The Event: It was a very interesting premiere and I see potential in it. I think it’s going to take a couple weeks to get me totally excited about this show.  Solid acting, and straight forward story but I didn’t really like the time-line jumps.  They didn’t add anything for me.  I’m still scared that this one will follow in Flash Forward’s footsteps and get canceled right as it’s getting REALLY good.

Hawaii 5-0:  I was quite surprised, but i really liked it.  Good cast, good action, beautiful b-roll. Alex O’Loughlin and Scott Caan played off of each other great! Grace Park was sadly the weakest link, but I’m sure she will step it up a notch in coming episodes.

Parenthood:  It started a week early before most of the major shows had started.  A little too much yelling/arguing for me, but I’m curious to see where they take it this season. I will give it a few more episodes to pick up.  The best moments/acting came from the stay-at-home dad character played by Sam Jaeger. It was also a nice surprise to see another Dirty, Sexy, Money actor join the ranks: Billy Baldwin.

Running Wilde:  I wanted to like this show, I really did. I got about 15 minutes into it and had to delete it.  It just grated on my nerves.  It was just too slow, not funny enough, and too cheesy. The flashbacks and voice over were annoying.

How I Met Your Mother:  It’s a totally solid show and it’s still holding it’s own with so many other comedy choices out there right now.  Neil Patrick Harris cracks me up.  The whole cast has excellent chemistry that keeps me tuning in week after week to see what hi-jinx will happen next. I don’t even care who Ted ends up marrying.

Glee:  I watch this show for water-cooler buzz now. I really dislike all the auto-tuned, overly produced singing. I really liked the time they all sang in the music room raw. That being said, they picked some really fun songs this week and I didn’t hate them. There are also a few story elements that really bug me…especially that there’s not a female character to root for. They are all villains. This season started off making Rachel an even BIGGER villain. I don’t mind flaws, but this show just can’t give me a female character to root for.  There have been moments that I’ve loved though:  every moment with Kurt & his dad Burt, and Artie’s dance for example.  So, I had fun watching the premiere. It didn’t make me excessively angry (as episodes have in the past). I have hope for the series.

Terriers:  This is an FX series that I caught this on hulu. It’s about two private investigators. For some reason I thought it would be more funny, or at least more sarcastic, however it was edited fairly slow and it wasn’t very funny. I won’t be watching this one again.

Castle: Solid as always. Nathan Fillion is hilarious and for some reason I feel like this character is close to his actual personality in real life. (although I have no idea if I’m right or not)   Stana Katic is a strong lead.  Her character is both ballsy and tough with enough humanity to make her feel relatable.

Still in my DVR awaiting viewing:  Hell’s Kitchen, Raising Hope, Modern Family and tonight Grey’s Anatomy, Big Bang Theory, Bones and Fringe. I decided to skip Chase.

I hear people are LOVING Boardwalk Empire, but I don’t have HBO. I will have to wait for the dvds.

Is there anything you saw, that I missed and should catch up on?

Any thoughts on the new Nikita? Lonestar? Outsourced? Or this sesason of Hell’s Kitchen?? Survivor? House?

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A few more shows renewed…

May 16, 2009 at 9:21 am (babbling, Entertainment, TV) (, , , , , , , )

ABC has picked up Better Off Ted, Castle, Scrubs and they want the new V series, but WB hasn’t signed off yet.  I loved the old V series, so I will tune in, although I’m skeptical since it has none of the same characters as the old series.

Nikki Finke on her blog Deadline Hollywood Daily is reporting Fox’s Dollhouse has been renewed.

Still no news about Chuck although several sources say “it looks good.” Whatever that means. I’m not getting my hopes up just in case.

Sam and I saw Star Trek and both loved it. I just think it’s too bad they did all expensive well-known cast people because now they can’t do a tv-show spin off.  Which I would have loved.

Don’t forget to set your DVRs to record Glee on Fox after American Idol Tuesday night.  It looks fantastic!!

Edit:  Bones also just got renewed yesterday (Friday), so that’s good news considering the series finale was so crappy.

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The Ex List Xed off CBS

October 28, 2008 at 11:41 am (babbling, Entertainment, TV) (, , , , , , )

No more “The Ex List” on CBS.  Which I don’t think anyone was watching it, so no big deal there.

Sam and I gave up and deleted “Heroes” 2 weeks ago.  I felt guilty for about an hour or two, and then heard more friends deleting it and felt empowered.  I don’t want the creator Tim Kring to think he’s on the right track.

I loved Yahoo’s Jump the Shark list.  They list Heroes, Top Model, and Project Runway all which I agree with.  They add Prison Break (which I never got into), and then Hell’s Kitchen.

So what’s next to get canceled?  My guess Sara Conner Chronicles or Crusoe or Kathy and Kim.

Anyone add any of the new shows I’ve missed and absolutely love it/recommend me adding it?? My only two must see shows are Chuck and Fringe.  Chuck has had episodes with Huey Lewis and Rush… it’s makes me laugh EVERY week.  Always something new.

Other than that, I have an orange belt now and I’m aiming for yellow in December.

Anyone have any fun Halloween plans?? Sam and I will be at the Charity Screening/Party of Dr. Horrible at the Regency.

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Chuck’s Premiere

October 1, 2008 at 11:41 am (babbling, Entertainment, TV) (, , , , , )

The Chuck premiere of Season 2 was Monday night.  Sam and I Tivoed it and watched it last night with Fringe.  These two pair very well together.  Fringe keeps you thinking, guessing and watching for new clues.  Chuck keeps you laughing and smiling.

Chuck encourages people to strive for more, to reach outside their comfort zone, to take a chance, and to embrace life.  The series is a bit of romance, a bunch of action and all spiced up with geek humor.  Subtleties like the name brand of the cereal Chuck is eating he sees something he wishes he had not, to the cheesy heart of the show made both me and my husband smile ear to ear.  I believe the Buy More could be in Burbank, and I’ve worked with people similar to Chuck’s co-workers there.  Please just don’t ask Scott about the pixie sticks.  🙂

Photo from NBC

Photo from NBC

John Larroquette will be on next week’s episode of Chuck.  So if you haven’t seen it yet and you have a soft spot in your heart for geeks and action, tune in or netflix it!!

Did anyone see the Life premiere? I missed it.

Tonight there’s lots for you to watch or Tivo:  Dirty Sexy Money and Pushing Daisies would be the two I would recommend for tonight.

1 Month left of the 2008 Fall Premiere Schedule

***LOVE***Dirty Sexy Money (ABC) Oct. 1
Friday Night Lights (DirecTV 101) Oct. 1
Private Practice (ABC) Oct. 1
Pushing Daisies (ABC) Oct. 1
Tim Gunn’s Guide To Style (Bravo) Oct. 2
Everybody Hates Chris (CW) Oct. 3
Ex List (CBS) Oct. 3
Game (CW) Oct. 3
Ghost Whisperer (CBS) Oct. 3
Numb3rs (CBS) Oct. 3
Sanctuary (SciFi) Oct. 3
Supernanny (ABC) Oct. 3
Wife Swap (ABC) Oct. 3
WWE Smackdown (MyNetwork) Oct. 3
America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC) Oct. 5
Breaking The Magicians Code (MyNetwork) Oct. 6
Celebrity Expose (MyNetwork) Oct. 6
Samantha Who? (ABC) Oct. 6
Funniest Moments (MyNetwork) Oct. 8
TV Land Myths & Legends (TV Land) Oct. 8
Tony Rock Project (MyNetwork) Oct. 8
Under One Roof (MyNetwork) Oct. 8
***although doubtful***CSI (CBS) Oct. 9
***Eleventh Hour (CBS) Oct. 9
Kath & Kim (NBC) Oct. 9
Life On Mars (ABC) Oct. 9
SNL Weekend Update Thursday (NBC) Oct. 9
Testees (FX) Oct. 9
Starter Wife (USA) Oct. 10
Gimme My Reality Show (Fox Reality) Oct. 11
My Own Worst Enemy (NBC) Oct. 13
***Eli Stone (ABC) Oct. 14
Chocolate News (CC) Oct. 15
South Park (CC) Oct. 15
Crash (Starz) Oct. 17
Crusoe (NBC) Oct. 17
Frank TV (TBS) Oct. 21
Stylista (CW) Oct. 22
30 Rock (NBC) Oct. 30
Surviving Suburbia (CW) Nov. 2
My Bare Lady (Fox Reality) Nov. 8
** Youtube this*** It’s funny. Summer Heights High (HBO) Nov. 9

All this to say:  Don’t forget to go outside and play!! Tivoing your shows and having just 1 or 2 nights a week to marathon is MUCH better than sitting inside on the couch every night.  I’ve lost 20 pounds since the Spring and I’ve never felt better.  I still have a ways to go, but being active is an even better escape than television.

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A few full orders, and what will happen to Journeyman?

November 27, 2007 at 3:12 pm (babbling, Entertainment, TV) (, , , , , , , , )

Chuck and Life got full orders: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/television/news/e3i26961e5d2475534200e7b469c2ad48e4

I’ve decided I like Chuck.  It is a feel good show that always makes me smile.  Last night’s episode had jealousy, nerd talk, Klingon, foot chase, gun fight,  romance, family values and the cast is great.  They really have a good chemistry together.   Adam Baldwin talks about being in the Chuck cast here.  You may remember him from Firefly, Serenity, X-Files or Angel.  I really respect him as an actor and he’s rather versatile!

The other Monday night show (other than Heroes) we watch is Journeyman.  Sam and I like it, although have been hearing the buzz that it will be canceled so haven’t become very attached to it.

Interview with the creator of Journeyman. Very interesting…
http://www.ifmagazine.com/feature.asp?article=2487

Next week it’s off the air, for a PT. 1 of a 2 parter of Life. Sounds like NBC isn’t even going to air the last episode that’s in the can. But that’s just industry buzz, it hasn’t “officially” been released yet.  Funny NBC can’t find room for it during a WRITER’s STRIKE.  It’s cursed.

Fans are talking about sending NBC ketchup sandwiches to tell NBC executives they are crazy to cancel it. I fear it will not work as well as the peanuts did for Jericho.  Heck fan’s even posted NBC’s address if you are interested.

I’m about to put my looking for new work into high gear so I will be posting about that soon.  It’s the WORST part of working in LA now that most the jobs are all freelance.

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Premiere Week 3 – Tuesday, October 2nd

October 2, 2007 at 9:56 am (babbling, Entertainment, TV) (, , , )

First off a shout out to my little brother with a big HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!  He’s a new dad, and not so little – but I wish him the best!!

TV last night I caught Chuck and Heroes.  I will eventually catch up with Journeyman, I promise.

I figured out that Chuck is so great because it’s the plight of the post modern generation:  we all want to mean something to the world.  Chuck is a nerd, stuck in a crappy job and all of a sudden he’s someone who matters.  An old teacher of mine has a great review of it here, although he takes it a little more serious than I do.  Last night the moral of the story was that when someone tells you to trust them you should and sometimes a simple apology goes a long way.  Oh yeah, that and video game simulators of helicopters will help you fly and land one in real life.  This will be a show I look forward to each week!

Heroes got a little better this week.  Again Hiro’s story was the best.  Masi Oka  is by far the best actor on the show and the most interesting story line.  The Hatian is back and that makes me happy.  He actually was in a movie Sam worked on “The Adventures of Power.”  It’s a movie about an air drumming competition although I doubt it will ever hit the big screen.  I was grossed out by Claire’s experiment!!! I can’t STAND that kind of stuff.  Still enjoyable escapism. 

Tonight’s Premieres – ABC: Cavemen at 8 pm and Carpoolers at 830 pm
HBO: Five Days (miniseries) at 8 pm
NBC: The Singing Bee at 8 pm
BET: Sunday Best at 8 pm and Exalted! at 9 pm
Bravo: Queer Eye at 9 pm
VH1: Rags to Riches at 11 pm

Tonight’s Finales – SCI FI Channel: Eureka at 9 pm

I’m passing on all of that.  Not one interests me.

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Premiere Week 2 – Tuesday, September 25th, 2007

September 25, 2007 at 9:11 am (babbling, Entertainment, TV) (, , , , )

Tonight’s Premieres –
CBS: NCIS at 8p, The Unit at 9p and Cane at 10p
FOX: Bones at 8p and House at 9p
The CW: Reaper at 9p
BBC America: Ultimate Force at 9p
ABC: Boston Legal at 930p
NBC: Law & Order: SVU at 10p

Last night I had the chance to watch the new Heroes which made me wish they would only follow the Hiro story line.  To me, it was the only interesting bit of the night.  I could care less about the cheerleader, or Nathan and his “drinking problem,”  or even Mohinder.  DULL – yawn, not enough information.  I was saddened by the one death, and a little curious about the one character who appears to have become evil…. but still.  Only 1 super interesting story line?? It’s going to drive me crazy like Lost I fear.  I hope not, but hey I’m a skeptic.

Speaking of skeptic:  one of the new shows I thought would suck surprised me pleasantly last night, Chuck.  It cracked me up.  I loved the chemistry of the characters,  they pulled off the story nicely and then they had an awesome chase scene.  The subtitles of looks, the heart, the explosions all pulled me in.  It was great.  I hope this one lasts.

Journeyman put me to sleep so I don’t think it was that great.   Let me know if any of you saw it and disagree.

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’07 Fall TV Schedule

August 30, 2007 at 1:42 pm (babbling, Entertainment, TV) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Once again school is starting up and so the Television networks release their new shows and bring back their favorite old. Right now I’m in the lump of people who are displeased with TV overall. There are gems here and there, but the networks have destroyed any loyalty they once had. They are canceling shows not on ratings, but whims. Not on buzz and advertising, but gut feeling or politics. I won’t talk about game shows/reality shows. I would just say mean things like: does anyone still watch Survivor?? It’s the SAME as Season 1. /yawns/ Stop wasting time and money. And that wouldn’t get us anywhere, now would it?! Quotes are off of www.imdb.com or the network’s websites.

Here are my feelings towards the fall TV schedule by network:

CBS

I’m sick of CSI and ALL of it’s spin offs. Please cancel them. You know it’s bad when you need 3-4 music montages with processing evidence because you have run out of story.

Big Bang Theory – could be funny. It’s feeding the new popularity of nerds and seems to be a little like all those classic 80s movies we secretly love. I think it will only last 1 season though. It doesn’t seem to have the production value behind it to make it last.

Cane – Can Jimmy Smits carry a TV show again?? It’s seems to have a little bit of a Soprano’s feel to it. I’m sure West Wingers and NYPD fans will tune it at least one episode. Although is this what viewers really want?? I fear it will have the same fate as Smith.

Kid Nation – Ok, I said no reality show comments. Is this just Big Brother with Kids?? Or will this have story!? I’m not sure. It might be a good family show with great social commentary. Guess we will have to wait and see, although so far I doubt I will add this to my Tivo.

Moonlight – I love Vampires. I miss Buffy and Angel. Even though this doesn’t have Joss Whedon attached to it, it has potential. It’s an interesting cast, I’m not sure how their chemistry will be. It will get my three strikes pass. (I will watch it until I dislike 3 episodes and then delete it from the Tivo) I’m fairly harsh, this is why I don’t watch 24 anymore.

Viva Laughlin – Hugh Jackman’s baby. I think he’s taking Salma Hayek’s lead and this show has potential. “Part drama, part thriller, part musical” though?? It might be too much for the average viewer.

Mid Season for CBS

Not a new show, but the almost canceled Jericho – I’m catching up on this show right now via. ipod. (thanks Jett) I’m glad CBS gave into it’s loyal fans and look forward to seeing where they will take the show and if it can last past the new 6 episode order.

The Captain – Comedy, Chris Klein, “A young writer moves into a legendary Hollywood apartment.” It just doesn’t seem that interesting to me. Maybe it’s because I live and work in Hollywood…writers aren’t SUPER social creatures and watching a writer write is like watching paint dry. This one doesn’t interest me at all.

Swingtown – Drama. “As America celebrates its 200th birthday, two generations of friends and neighbors in a Chicago suburb explore new freedoms and seek connections with each other in the midst of the socio/sexual revolution.” Um…I think I’m going to have to pass. While I liked Swingkids the movie, the cast seems too big for a tv show. The concept seems too big as well. Maybe as a mini-series, but as a TV show…I will pass on this one too.

Next up NBC with the least amount of new shows

Chuck – Another geek show. This follows our hero, Chuck, who is a computer nerd. This one seems to be a little bit of a stretch though… “A computer nerd accidentally has thousands of government secrets downloaded into his head when he opens a mysterious email from his former college roommate.” WHAT?? So it’s a spy show?? But about nerds??!?! Um, I think this is WAY too complicated. I’m not sure how it will play in a 44 minute time slot. I doubt this one will last long, although it might be worth a peek just to see how the heck they get all that story to work in a TV show.

Journeyman – They’ve been playing the HECK out of these teasers so this must be ONE expensive show. Either that or some Network Executive’s baby that they want REALLY good numbers for, or a really big write off. I know Alan Armes will watch it, because of his love of time travel. I won’t watch this though. It’s been done and if I wanted to watch it again I would watch Dr. Who and re-runs of Quantum Leap.

Bionic Woman – I’m intrigued. Now you are going to say BUT Natalie this has been done before as well. Yes, yes, I know. I love X-Men. I love Heroes. And I feel like this is in the same vein. I know it will either be great or suck, so I will give it a chance.

Life – Detective Drama. Again, don’t we have enough of these?? I realize this one is a little different because he was put in jail for something he didn’t do and now he’s trying to solve the crime he was framed for. New concept, but can that stretch that out for more than 1 season?? I find myself bored even trying to think of possibilities past 1 season. In a way I think it will be like Burn Notice, but with even less plot possibilities. And no Bruce Campbell, so what’s the point??

NBC Mid Season Shows

Lipstick Jungle – Sex In The City 2. “A look at the lives of Nico, Wendy, and Victory — three of “New York’s 50 Most Powerful Women,” according to The New York Post.” I think ABC has NBC beat on this one. The cast just doesn’t do it for me. Nope, I don’t care for this at all.

FOX

While I commend Fox for trying to get away from their reality tv image, I will miss working on Trading Spouses. They could have AT LEAST kept that one!!

K-Ville – Fox is hoping this one will keep Prison Break’s lead in numbers. They’ve been teasing it for a good 2 months already and it’s premiere date is still another 2 weeks out. I think the action looks alright, but the story isn’t interesting to me. “Police officers patrol the streets of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.” It’s probably the politician in me. The poor parts of New Orleans are still in shambles and I doubt this fictionalized TV show can show that in a way that means anything to people. I want this show to be statistically accurate and not over-sensationalize what’s really going on there to a point people don’t care. I’m sure it will just be Miami Vice in New Orleans to which then I will DELETE IT! I will give it 1 episode.

Back to You – I love Kelsey Grammer. I love the promos for this. It looks funny. I hope it lives up to it’s hype!! I think this one could be a keeper and last a REALLY long time. Kelsey seems to have the magic tough: Cheers, Fraiser…if he touches it, it lasts a SUPER long!

Kitchen Nightmares – It’s kind of a reality show, kind of a documentary. I love Chef Ramsey. I love watching him curse out people. It’s taken from his BBC show of the same name. I think I will tivo this one, although seeing bugs in restaurants makes me loose faith in my favorite past-time, eating out.

Next Great American Band – PASS. What’s funny is I passed on working on this show too.

Nashville – “a high-stakes, high-drama docu-soap featuring a cast of young dreamers living in the “biggest small town of America.”” I know someone working on this show, so I might have to watch it even though I HATE The O.C. and The Hills, which this sounds like it’s in the vein of.

Fox Mid Season Shows

Return of Jezebel James – No news on this one from the Fox website. The only thing I could find is that it’s about “When a newly single professional woman (Parker Posey) learns she’s unable to conceive, she looks to her estranged younger sister to carry her baby for her.” I like Parker. I will wait to see the teases before I decide on this one.

New Amsterdam – TONS of promos and yet it’s not coming until Jan?!?!? That’s CRAZY!!! “NEW AMSTERDAM is the story of a New York homicide detective unlike any other. He is brilliant, mysterious, reckless, magnetic, unknowable. And he has a profound secret – he is immortal.” Lame. PASS!

Canterbury’s Law – No info from Fox again, perhaps a bad sign for the show. “A television series centered on Elizabeth Canterbury (Julianna Margulies), a tough-minded defense attorney who isn’t afraid to push boundaries in order to protect innocent clients.” Let’s see Cold Case, Shark, Damages… etc. etc. Nope, I don’t think this one will last nor do I want to see it.

So far I must say it’s a good thing I’m not a network executive because MOST of the above I would have passed on.

What are your favorite, must-see T.V. shows?? Which of the new shows are you looking forward to? If you want more information on any of the above, just ask. I have lots of resources!

Coming soon: ABC (who has the most new shows and mid season shows this year) and the CW.

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