I am surprised that American Horror Story gets less than 2 million viewers. That makes you realize how insane it is that The Walking Dead pulled in over 10 million! (at least that is what I think I read) I liked AHS last night and am still very excited about the upcoming season but I hope they leave the alien thing alone. I never have cared for alien stories all that much, I have a hard time suspending my disbelief for those stories even though I do believe life exists elsewhere in the Universe. I just don't believe they visit us and cause so much trouble while never being caught, filmed or photographed. As usual, Ryan Murphy makes a ton of social commentary and I agree with all of it. He puts things in subtly while being very up front at the same time. I love it.
"Michelle would never be caught with sausage grease staining her Vera Wang." - rfisher
I need to catch up on Nashville. I watched the first half of the premiere and really liked it, but couldn't stay awake.
I really like Call the Midwife on PBS
oh darn, I forgot that Nashville was on last night, not sure when I will be able to catch up.
Animal Practice sounded dumb but I can't believe it's worse than the inexecrable Whitney
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I love Blue Bloods and Grimm so I hope the doesn't mean they are in danger.
Copper is the best show on television!
SpoilerOMG! I knew it!!! I knew Corky's Partner had something to do with his wife's disappearance!!!
Charter member of the "We Always Believed in Ashley" Club and the "We Believe in Ricky" Club
Old, lonely, pathos-hungry, and extremely gullible
Finally catching up after my holiday. Late Sept / early Oct is my favourite time of year to travel ... but it does tend to create havoc with the new TV season!
Arrow is just too derivative and two-dimensional for words ... but I have to keep watching until John Barrowman shows up. The interwebs are saying he's introduced in episode 5. So not long to wait now.
Tried Beauty and the Beast. I expected it to suck. I was not disappointed.
Tried Vegas and Nashville. They didn't suck ... but neither did they have enough to compell me to watch again. (I tend to be an all-or-nothing kind of gal with most TV series.)
The one new drama I'm on the fence over is Last Resort. I love the original premise, and Braugher and Speedman, and I even like the defence contractor chick in Washington. But I despise the military macho bravado, and the sense of entitlement of the Americans colonizing the island.
So ... if I do end up ditching Last Resort, that will mean the only new series this year that are keepers for me are both comedies -- Go On and The New Normal. Which is highly unusual for me, as I find good American network sitcoms very rare indeed. These two new series tend more toward the "cute" and "sweet" than the LOL funny, but that's ok.
(I did try The Mindy Project, and while I really like Kaling, and was not turned off in any way by the characters or stories, there was not one single laugh in the 3 episodes I watched. It is supposed to be a comedy, right?)