Its that time of the year! Yes, Fall tv time. I unfortunately don't have tivo, and we only have 1 TV currently connected to the cable in our apartment. Which means I have to be a little choosy as what I'm going to watch. I think I've come up with a schedule. And really, I'm so excited to get back into some of these!
And yes, all times are central, since I do live in the central time zone now. Anywhere else, you can just add an hour to the time. And any show I didn't include a premiere date for has already started airing.
7-8pm: The Amazing Race (Premieres 9/27)
8-9pm: Desperate Housewives(Premieres 9/27)
9-10pm: Brother & Sisters (Premieres 9/27)
A pretty amazing night of TV to start out the week! Its really the only reason to look forward to Sunday nights.
8-8:30pm: Jon & Kate Plus 8
Overall, not a strong tv night for. I know J&K+8 isn't really a fall tv premier since its been on all summer. But I pretty much feel the need to watch it. Since I'm watching that, I won't be able to watch Gossip Girl. I've never actually watched an episode of it, so at least I don't know what I'm missing
7-9pm: The Biggest Loser (Premieres 9/15)
10-10:30pm: 18 Kids and Counting
Is The Biggest Loser really going to be 2 hours the entire season? The show premiers tonight, and while I'd expect a 2 hour premier, I wouldn't have guessed it be that way the whole fall. But sure enough that's how Entertainment Weekly has it listed. 18 Kids and Counting is actually on 8pm, but they do repeat it at 10pm, so I should be safe there.
7-8pm: Mercy (Premieres 9/23)
9-10pm: Top Chef
I've really liked what I've see so far on Glee. I'm not sure if I'll actually watch Mercy, but I've always liked Michelle Trachtenberg, so I do think I'm willing to give it a chance. And of course, there's Top Chef.
7-8pm: Survivor (Premieres 9/17)
8-9pm: Grey's Anatomy (Premieres 9/24)
9-10pm: Real Housewives
Thursday is probably the night of tv I look forward to the most. I've watched a few episodes of Private Practice, and might wind up tuning in after Grey's is over instead of switching over to Bravo. But I not writing that down as a must see. I think I'd enjoy watching Flash Forward, but its on the same time as Survivor, and I'm not willing to sacrifice that. Same with The Vampire Diaries which is also on at 7pm.
I know there are shows on Friday night, but I never remember to watch them. Plus I not normally home to watch anything on Friday night. So while there are shows on Friday I might enjoy, like Dollhouse, I just won't wind up watching them.
I'd love to hear your thoughts! Are there any shows you really think I should try to fit in? Or do you agree on a lot of my choices? I'd love to see what everyone else's picks are as well.
1 hour ago