Criminal Minds always has my vote, though now that they did away with the Emily Prentiss character...not as fond as I was. Blake doesn't cut it. Perhaps Prentiss will return as the section chief? They did say they'd be thinking outside the box...hopefully it won't be Garcia's on-again, off-again computer guru boyfriend!
I enjoyed "The Bridge" which was sort of a late summer series on FX. I enjoyed the lead actors and was surprised to learn that Diane Kruger was German. It will come back next year. I imagine it's available online ow.
Being retired, I finally get to watch TV and I take full advantage of it.
Monday is the Voice (I really only like the blind audition part)and Castle.
Tuesday is NCIS
Wed is Survivor and Criminal Minds
Thur is the Big Bang Theory, 2 and a Half men,and Scandal
Fri is Shark Tank
Sat is catch up on what I've recorded and didn't have time to watch.
Sunday is The Good Wife, the Mentalist and Revenge.
Thank heavens for DVR's so I can tape everything and fast forward thru the commercials. I've been known to watch Monday night TV on Tues, etc and then I don't have to listen to the commercials.
Back in my day, we didn't have as many warning labels because people weren't so dang stupid!
Tried to like Sleepy Hollow. Couldn't do it. The first episode one could almost forgive the complete lack of any idea about history - witches burned in this country in 1792 (when everyone knows the only witches executed here were hanged and one pressed to death a century earlier) - and complete lack of sense (Genl Washington surveyed his battlefields? WTF?) - because the leading man is cute and so is the headless horseman's horse. So cute, in fact, I guess they had to give him glowing orange eyes so people wouldn't say "Aw" every time they saw him - the horse, I mean. And there were some fun sight gags with the horse and rider crossing sign in the first episode. But no. I cannot overlook all the rest of the things wrong with this turkey long enough to watch it.
It isn't really new, but I LOVE Scott and Bailey. A British crime drama, with the leads all played by women! The boss is called Godzilla behind her back. Right now, they are in the middle of about a 6 or 7 part continuing case. In fact, it starts in about an hour.
Other than that, I watch cooking channel when I can stand it. And a lot of horse racing. Network tv is just awful.
I tried to watch the first episode of Sleepy Hollow and it wasn't horrible, but I think that they are going way too far with the whole 'demon shock and awe' factor now that things are progressing. I'm a TOTAL wouss when it comes to scary stuff, and they just went over the top for a TV show. DH was saying that the ratings have WAY dropped off after the first two or three episodes.
Agree with pAin't too... the history stuff... just no.
Originally Posted by MistyBlue
I prefer them outside playing as opposed to standing in the barn aisle playing "I can crap more than you"
I like The Blacklist. Tried Sleepy Hollow and couldn't get into it.
Still like NCIS,CSE and Law & Order: SVU but might drop that now that Belzer is leaving and if Ice T or the bald guy go, so do I as I watch those shows because they have 'old' people in them and that gives it a bit more reality. I round it out with whatever British crime dramas I can find. Particularly like Scott & Bailey as it has two familiar actresses in it. I noticed a change in the fall lineups on TVO and Knowledge Network - Dalziel and Pascoe has been replaced by Touch of Frost and Midsomer Murders by Inspector Lynley.
Waiting for Grimm to return and for the start of Noah Wylie's new series
Founder of the Dyslexic Clique. Dyslexics of the world - UNTIE!!
Noah Wylie has a new series??? Yummy!! I haven't heard about that one before. Anyone know the premise of it?
He's contractually locked down with Fallen Skies and won't be doing any other shows until that ends. There is a Civil War mini-series due to be released in the future that he had a leading role in - as far as one can have a leading role in an ensemble mini-series - where he plays George Pickett, a Virginia-born Confederate officer who fought here in Northern VA and led the infamous charge at Gettysburg.
Thus do we growl that our big toes have,
at this moment, been thrown up from below!