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Monday September 17th What You Should Watch

17 Sep

Next to “Nashville” the new show I am most looking forward to is “Revolution”.  The wait is over the show premieres tonight at 10 on NBC. I actually got to watch the pilot on iTunes last week. It was ok, I wasn’t blown away, but intrigued enough to come back for episodes 2 and 3 before I decide to keep or delete off the DVR.

 “Bones” season 8 premiers at 8pm on FOX, this show really should have called it quits after season 5, but it is a ratings champ for FOX so it keeps on keeping on. Perhaps it will rebound this year.  Interesting fun fact, David Boreanaz has been on TV with no breaks for the last 15 years and 3 series. That has to be some kind of record, he played Angel on “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” for three seasons, then “Angel” for 5 seasons, followed immediately by “Bones” for the last 7.  Bones producer Stephan Nathan just revealed that they are currently negotiating with Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel for 2 more seasons.  

 The series premiere of “The Mob Doctor” at 9pm on FOX.   I don’t think any of us believes that “The Mob Doctor” will last more than a few episodes. I am not even setting the DVR.

ABC is airing a 3 hour special, from 8 to 11pm of highlights from the 4 day Country Music Association Festival.  I wonder how many times the “Nashville” promos will run during this show.

CBS is repeats from 8 to 11, and The CW is running back to back new episodes of  The LA Complex at 8 and 9.

The Blind Auditions continue on The Voice on NBC at 8.

Revolution

Episode: Pilot
In a world without electricity, an American family struggles to reunite.
 

Bones

After Brennan is accused of murder, her father (Ryan O’Neal) helps her hide from the FBI; Booth and the team think an evil tech genius (Andrew Leeds) manipulated evidence to implicate Brennan.

The Mob Doctor

Episode: Pilot
Dr. Grace Devlin struggles to meet the demands of her job at Chicago’s Roosevelt Memorial Center as she also works for the mafia men to whom she is indebted.
 
CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock

Highlights of the four-day event featuring today’s hottest country music stars; Luke Bryan and Kimberly Perry host.
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On The Bubble as of 12/19

20 Dec

So let’s check the status of some of our favorites

Fringe – according to TV By The Numbers, Fringe has met the 88 episodes needed for syndication. What does that mean, well it is likely it will be cancelled.  All I ask is the network gives the show enough notice so they can really end the show, give the fans a decent payoff for the loyalty we have shown. It ain’t over till it’s over, and until I see the word cancellation and Fringe in a headline on TVLine I will keep hope alive.

A Gifted Man – Certain cancellation, with the news that CBS is moving it to Friday at 9 and not ordering more new episodes.
I would say this one is a goner. I just hope Patrick Wilson has an overall deal at CBS and he will be back in a new show soon.

Body Of Proof – Likely cancellation, this show started strong, Dana Delany is fantastic. But somehow it go off track, I can’t explain it, the formula just didn’t work and the sub-plot with her X and her boss was distracting.  Time to break out the China Beach DVDs.

I Hate My Teenage Daughter – Likely cancellation, this should be listed as certain, but it’s still hanging. It doesn’t have any competition now, just wait until the ABC Wednesday night comedy block is out of repeats.

Bones – On the bubble, the last few seasons have been terrible, so FOX should really put it out of its misery. Booth and Bones are having a baby, the show ruined the big payoff and killed the romance. The show jumped the shark when it made Zac Gormagon’s apprentice.  I wonder if David Boreanaz will get another show, if he does that would be his fourth in a row.  He’s like a modern-day Ted McGinley.

Hart of Dixie and Ringer are both on the bubble.  It’s too soon to tell, if they will get another season. I think it depends on what The CW has in way of pilots for next year.  Neither show has great ratings, but what does The CW except for The Vampire Diaries.

If you would like to see the status of all the shows click here TV By The Numbers

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