Sunday may be the first day of the week, but it’s the last day of this night-by-night look at the Fall 2010 TV season. We’ve already taken a peek at Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Well, for me on Sundays, I may watch some football during the day or the Sunday night game, but it depends on who is playing. As for primetime, I’m only looking at about eight hours of TV, but with lots of DVR and On Demand watching, it’s more like six.
On the new TV front, HBO has Boardwalk Empire a Prohibition-era drama that looks really good, but I haven’t seen it. Also, later in the fall AMC debuts The Walking Dead, which I haven’t seen as of yet either, but it is still along way from being available to screen. But, after attending the Comic-Con panel for the show, I’m excited to see it.
|Network||First Hour||Second Hour||Third Hour|
|Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (9.26)||Desperate Housewives (9.26)||Brothers & Sisters (9.26)|
|The Amazing Race (9.26)||Undercover Boss (9.26)||CSI: Miami (10.03)|
|The Simpsons (9.26)||The Cleveland Show (9.26)||Family Guy (9.26)||American Dad (10.03)|
|Sunday Night Football (9.12) – Starts at 5:15 p.m. here on the West Coast|
|Cable||First Hour||Second Hour||Third Hour|
|The Walking Dead (10.31)|
|The Next Iron Chef (10.03)|
|Boardwalk Empire (9.19)||Bored to Death (9.26)||Eastbound & Down (9.26)|
|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-tunersetup (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).
And now, check out the new TV Premiere Dates Calendar that I just put up yesterday. You can see show premiere dates by day, week, or month. Plus, if you use Google Calendar, you can add it to your calendar.
What shows will you be watching on Sundays for Fall 2010?