Good Christian Belles (abc.go.com) Leslie Bibb, once a mean girl in high school, returns to her hometown 20 years later, disgraced and looking for redemption. (Drama)
Last Man Standing (abc.go.com) Man’s man Tim Allen tries to survive in household full of women. Basically Home Improvement, if the three children were girls. With Nancy Travis. (Comedy)
Man Up (abc.go.com) Three guys try to rediscover what it means to be a man, whatever that means. (Comedy)
Missing (abc.go.com) Widowed former CIA agent Ashley Judd hunts for her kidnapped son in Europe. (Drama)
Once Upon a Time (abc.go.com) Fairy-tales and their characters in the real world. With Ginnifer Goodwin and from Lost executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis. (Drama)
Pan Am (abc.go.com) 60s drama about the sexy lives and glamorous times of Pan Am pilots and stewardesses. (Drama)
Revenge (abc.go.com) Emily Thorne moves back to the Hamptons to seek revenge against the people who ruined her family’s reputation. (Drama)
The River (abc.go.com) The family of a famed wildlife expert and TV show host (think Steve Irwin) searches for him when he goes missing in the Amazon while filming his show. (Drama)
Scandal (abc.go.com) Former public relations consultant to the President opens her own firm and has to deal with her dysfunctional staff. From the creator of Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice. (Drama)
Suburgatory (abc.go.com) Jeremy Sisto, in an attempt to become closer with his teenage daughter, moves her from the big city to the burbs. (Comedy)
Work It (abc.go.com) Two ambitious but out-of-work guys pass themselves off as women to score lucrative jobs as pharma reps. Yup. (Comedy)
The scheduling of Charlie's Angels is crazy. Up against The X-Factor, Big Bang Theory, Community/Parks and Recreation, and whatever The CW runs at that timeslot. Just about the entire audience who would be inclined to look at Charlie's Angels is split between all those other shows.
And yet, there's nothing else my DVR is set to record on its second tuner while the first is busy with NBC Thursday night comedies. So I'll take a look at Charlie's Angels.
You are not watching Big Bang, its been great this season. Good for Wagner. Poor Tim Allen and again a lot of shows that look like good movies, but not good shows on TV ie Revenge and Missing. College Football is the only thing I will watch regularly. Also, fuck Once Upon a Time and Grimm, just get the rights to Fables and be done with it. I doubt either one will be as good as Fables even if they half ass Fables.
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Cougar Town and Apartment 23 will take the 9-10PM hour on Tuesdays between the fall and spring editions of Dancing With The Stars. That's approximately December to March. So, only 13 episodes for Cougar Town? Oof.
Originally posted by lotjxa lot of shows that look like good movies, but not good shows on TV ie Revenge and Missing.
Yeah, how is Missing a full series? Sounds a lot like a movie, as you said, or maybe a mini-series.
Wow- looks terrible! I don't watch a lot of TV, but rarely does my box tune to ABC.
Extreme Home Makeover to Friday? I don't like it. Maybe I am behind the times, and this has been happening for a while, but I always felt Sunday night was good for this show. A nice, heartfelt way to end the weekend.. I felt it had a perfect time slot.
What I will say looks bright-
Pan Am looks like it could be OK, but also could be terrible. We'll see
Last Man Standing could be a cool family oriented type sitcom if they work it right. I have no problem with Tim Allen either. I feel Home Improvement is unwatchable now, but when it first came out I enjoyed it. Maybe my age?
As stated before, a lot of these descriptions sound more like movies versus tv shows. While some may translate to good shows, I seriously doubt it, because every week we'll just be looking for the inevitable finale.. which won't happen..
I loved LOST so I'm going to give Once Upon A Time a shot. But I admit that I was turned off a bit by the trailer. It starts off really good with the girl arriving in the town of Storybrooke and then just goes everywhere in a weird disoriented way that's hard to make sense out of what the show is going to be.
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I agree the trailer looks odd and it wasn't what I expected. I am expecting that were going to be getting some strange choices for the fairy tale creatures and who they turned into. The logical way would be we get a guy who hates kids and runs the local school like Hitler and he ends up being Peter Pan. Knowing them watch Peter Pan be the town junky getting high on " pixie dust"
Dont say its not worth it, when you can sleep with no fear, that kind of time is worth any thing.- FFX
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