Fall TV 2010: Saturday – What Will You Be Watching?

It’s time for what I’ll be watching on Saturdays in this night-by-night look at the Fall 2010 TV season, as we’ve already covered Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Well, for me on Saturdays, I may watch the occasional college football game, but basically I’ll be catching up on stuff from the past week that I haven’t been able to get to yet. It’s a full on catch-up day.

For the first few weeks of the Fall 2010 TV season some of the networks will be doing a Second Chance Saturday of sorts, as they’ll be replaying some of the new series episodes on the night. But, that’ll only last for a handful of weeks.

What I’ll Be Watching on Saturdays – Fall 2010

Network First Hour Second Hour Third Hour
ABC Saturday Night College Football (9.04) – Starts at 5:30 p.m. here on the West Coast, but depends on the teams.
CBS Crimetime Saturday Reruns Crimetime Saturday Reruns 48 Hours Mystery (9.25)
The CW Local Programming
FOX Cops (9.11) Cops (Rerun) America’s Most Wanted (9.11)  
NBC Law & Order: Los Angeles (Encore) Chase (Encore) Law & Order: SVU (Encore)
Cable First Hour Second Hour Third Hour
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).

Check out the Fall TV Show Premiere Dates From A to Z to find when your favorite show will return this fall or find out more about downloading the Printable Fall TV Schedules.

What shows will you be watching on Saturdays for Fall 2010?

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2 comments… add one
  • Kyle Sep 18, 2010, 8:17 am

    Welcone to catch-up day! No sports for me, just record SNL to watch Sunday morning. I don’t know how anyone can watch that live–need to skip over the bad skits, commercials and musical performances.

  • Jason the TVaholic Sep 18, 2010, 3:26 pm

    Kyle, Yeah, maybe SNL, but either via DVR or On Demand. I fast-forward through commercials, music, and any sketch you can tell is going nowhere or that have characters that I’ve never found funny. It turns a 90 minute show into about 45 minutes on a good week.

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