^ At least Masterpiece is in repeats til the end of the month, and in Canada Global shows The Good Wife at 10:00. So it is doable ... just.
Grimm's top Wesen round-up
Feature - Christine Horton 12 Mar 2014 - 06:45
We reach the end of our Grimm Wesen profiles with a round-up of the different varieties, from canine to avian...
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In addition to Big Bang Theory, other comedies renewed by CBS:
Two and a Half Men
2 Broke Girls
Mike and Molly
still undecided: The Crazy Ones
Darn Grimm is getting GOOD!!!
New/Returning Shows for the week Sunday March 16/2014 - Saturday March 22/2014: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/liv...omplete-652548
Sunday, March 16
9 p.m.: Army Wives: A Final Salute (Lifetime)
10 p.m.: Crisis (NBC)
Monday, March 17
8 p.m.: Dancing With the Stars (ABC)
Wednesday, March 19
9 p.m.: The 100 (The CW)
Friday, March 21
8 p.m.: Whose Line Is It Anyway? (The CW)
Saturday, March 22
9 p.m.: Da Vinci's Demons (Starz)
Please post and update any shows I may have missed.
"The 100" on the CW looks like my kind of show.
The FSU Meryl and Charlie Show(DWTS) starts Monday!!!
I'm about the return of Whose Line, and I'll check out The 100 too (though the tone of CW shows tends to irritate me no end ...).
So I think I'm done with Resurrection, after 2 episodes.
The pace did pick up a bit after last week's plod, but it was still more style than substance. But the biggest problem for me is that I just don't care about the characters. Any of them. At all. It was exactly the same thing with Under the Dome for me -- there's a big mystery of some sort that's supposed to get people talking and speculating ... but if you don't care what happens to the people, you're not going to get invested in the story.
If it were on another night of the week I might give it a bit more time, but as it's on jam-packed Sundays ... it's goodbye.
For me: The Americans and Continuum new seasons started/starting up, the OC of Glee back the next two weeks & Marlie on DWTS starting tonight? Whee! (As I said, with the latter two shows it's like a mini-nirvana for music theatre/dance/skating nerds.)
Did anyone watch Crisis? OMG how freaking ridiculous was that! So they snatch a bunch of rich kids, mail their parents cell phones and tell them to do things like change government satellite positions and walk into buildings with bombs strapped to themselves (in previews) and NONE of these extremely rich, highly connected people are going to tell the FBI and they are just going to like ..... do whatever mystery voice on mysteriously mailed cell phone tells them to do?? uhm .... yea right.
sadly I'll probably still watch since I veg at 10p on Sunday's and its just so ridiculously stupid it will be fun to watch and laugh at.
Actually that sounds realistic to me - can't recall where or when I heard this, but I somehow have the understanding that the wealthy are far more likely to take matters into their own hands and have less trust of the ability of authorities to get things done. These are the same people who often have private security whether full time or when they feel they need it, and do what they can to avoid the processes the rest of us follow in relation to everything from air travel to paying income tax. In that world, money has the loudest voice.