FIRST, News: We Are Men has been cancelled. I’m sad to hear it, but it really was in a shitty timeslot. I think if it had another lead-in, it might have been on better legs, but alas, no such luck.
I’m sorry to see it go, as it is the first on my roster to go this fall, but I hope everybody goes on to find something even better (I’m talking to you, O’Connell–preferably something with the occasional Speedo 🙂
Apparently, Hostages is on shaky ground as well with low ratings, but it will live to die another day. I feel like it might fare better with a lead-in from another crime drama like Criminal Minds or Person of Interest, but as it is, those nights are set.
If it could switch with Undercover Boss on Friday nights, it might stand a chance at wrangling some pre-Five-0/Blue Bloods viewers, but I’m not sure it’s going to make it. Unfortunately, Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott don’t have as much clout as other television stars.
As for me, I’m pulling it from my roster. I may keep watching out of curiosity, but I won’t be recapping it anymore. CBS is free to give it as long as they want, but I’m not spending anymore time on it here.
This week, Jake learns how to be second instead of lead on a case. While he struggles with it initially, his ego getting in the way, eventually he comes through. Not before he engages in a very weird sexual relationship with the new medical examiner, thereby delaying the autopsy results for the case he’s supposed to be assisting with.
The ME is Charlie’s favorite Waitress, from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. You should watch this one for that reason alone. Sick, and yet extremely entertaining.
Terry decides to help the Cannon find a female companion so he won’t be alone after she and Danny eventually move out. She finds the perfect woman for him, one who is cool with guys who are rough around the edges and who knows baseball, but the Cannon has other plans. He brings in a heavy smoker to make Terry miserable and prove the point that she shouldn’t meddle.
Still, he realizes Terry did well, and he and the woman actually got along pretty well.
I’m going say something along the same lines as I said last week, this isn’t a bad show. It’s worth watching if you like cop dramas. But I can’t get into it, especially when I am already involved with Nashville and prefer it–though I can’t explain why.
I feel like they rely a little too much on Ironside’s past, aka when he could walk, but it’s still not a bad show. I think it should focus more on how well he does his job now, despite his disability, but the flashbacks are not a hindrance, just a difference of opinion about theme.
He gets the job done, that’s for sure, he has a good heart and a conscience, and he knows the politics and the procedure well enough to find his way around the system to get justice when it’s called for.
That said, I’m pulling it from the list here. It’s just not for me.
Though it’s another teen, YA show, it’s actually not bad.
It focuses on a group of evolutionarily extraordinary people called “The Tomorrow People”–they didn’t pick the name, but I guess they’re sticking with it. (I’m glad to hear that because the name is almost so bad I didn’t even want to watch this show.) They can teleport, have telepathy and telekinesis–aka “The three T’s”.
They are a small faction and have one main enemy, a group known as Ultra. A biochemistry and genetics organization who wants to either destroy the Tomorrow People because of their fear of their abilities, or capture them so they can study how their powers work and came about in the first place.
There’s a catch, of course: the guy running the show at Ultra is the main character Steven’s uncle, Jedikiah. Steven, still adjusting to his powers and the fact that he is special, not crazy, decides to put family first, but it looks like he might have an ulterior motive, one perhaps in allegiance with the other Tomorrow People and his long lost father who he thought had deserted his family, but rather went on to motivate a cause to save the Tomorrow People, of which he is one.
Though it’s an interesting premise, it’s definitely geared toward a younger demographic. Since it interferes with the worst possible timeslot (AHS: Coven), there’s no way I’m going to give it priority over Coven. I’ll check out week two, as usual, and while I suspect it may not be exactly my cup of tea, it may be worth watching if the story has your attention.
Rayna gets in touch with Liam to help her finish the album, unsure about whether their personal situation might get in the way–her standing him up to go to Saint Lucia and all. He’s a little reluctant at first, but he sees an opening to rekindle things with Rayna and he’s back in. It seems like the album is coming along, but Rayna has to admit she can’t sing to re-record any more lyrics.
Juliette is on her way to Maryland to do a special private event for an anniversary of one of the most powerful media families in the business, and though the show goes off without a hitch, she does some damage.
First, Juliette accidentally hurts Avery, calling him just another hired hand, and he overhears. I’m on his side. Maybe it was an offhand comment, but she and Avery really have a connection and for her to dismiss it so casually to a guy she barely knows was not right.
Then, she takes it too far with the husband who put on the event for his wedding anniversary. Though hurting Avery was not cool, accepting a kiss from a married man, even though he initiated it, might be a little worse on the bad behavior chain.
Deacon is still struggling with his “physical therapy” for his hand, and returning to AA, where he needs a new sponsor, but he’s holding it together.
Rayna is preparing for war with Edge Hill Records and the new two-faced guy in charge, and while it doesn’t look like it’s going to be pretty, I think she’ll come out of it mostly in one piece. I hope they get it done quickly though, dressing Scarlett up like a dance hall girl from the 1800s is going to get old and cheap real fast.
I don’t think subbing in Scarlett at the event for her own performance was a good move, though. Even though it was the only one she had, it probably set off some warnings that there was something up–namely she’s lost her voice for the moment.
I’m doing a separate post on AHS: Coven because I had so much to say. Recaps from Thursday and Friday should be up later today. Stick with me!
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