I’ve seen the “Pilot” episode of The CW’s The Vampire Diaries, but wasn’t totally sold, so will give it a couple more episodes to see if it can close the deal or lose the sale completely. I have NBC’s Parks & Recreation down as DVR for now, but unless it has significantly improved from its inaugural season, it won’t last long on the list. I’ve also seen the “Pilot” episode of NBC’s Community and really liked it. So, if P&R gets better, NBC will really have one solid two-hour comedy block with the return of 30 Rock to the lineup in October.
For me on Thursdays, there are 11 shows and nine hours of programming that I will be attempting to watch, but there are two shows that remain undetermined. Take a look at the chart below and then let me know in the comments what shows you’re looking forward to on Thursdays for Fall 2009?
Fall TV 2009: Thursday – What I’ll Be Watching
|Network||First Hour||Second Hour||Third Hour|
|Flash Forward||Grey’s Anatomy||Private Practice|
|Survivor||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||The Mentalist|
|The Vampire Diaries||Supernatural|
|SNL: Thursday Night Live||Parks & Recreation||The Office||Community||The Jay Leno Show|
|Cable||First Hour||Second Hour||Third Hour|
|It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia||Archer|
|Key:||Watch Live||DVR||DVR2||On Demand||DVR Replay||TBD|
Key Explanation: The grid above is marked for shows I will watch live (Watch Live), record on my dual-tuner DVR (DVR), record on my computer with my dual-tuner Beyond TV setup (DVR2), watch via cable on demand (On Demand), record a replay on my DVR, (DVR Replay), and shows that I don’t know enough about and are yet to be determined whether I will want to watch them (TBD).
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