Since we’ve got a new list of shows coming up this spring, I thought I’d share a few of them. I won’t get into too many details because honestly I haven’t looked into them all very much, but I wanted to bring attention to them and let you know they were coming up. Check them out!
About a Boy
I’m not sure about this one. It’s a book, that’s already been made into a movie, and now it’s a TV series. I love Minnie Driver, but this show looks a little cheesy. I guess we’ll have to wait and see.
It airs Feb. 21 10:30/9:30c
Growing Up Fisher
JK Simmons again, and Jenna Elfman, again, on a new series. But this one’s different. I mean it this time. First, Simmons is playing a blind man, and the show’s produced and narrated by Jason fucking Bateman. Yeah. How do you like them apples? It does look a little formulaic, but I’m hoping Elfman, Simmons and Bateman have the star power to turn it into something awesome.
Premieres Feb. 23 10:30/9:30c
Firestarter meets Carrie? Yeah, I just double-dipped the Stephen King reference, what of it? I haven’t quite figured out what this show is supposed to be about, but it doesn’t look like my cup of tea. But, they have until March 10th to get me excited for it. Have at it, NBC.
YESSSSSS! I fell in love with my favorite skeptic all over again last spring when she played Dr. Lector’s shrink on Hannibal, and now Gillian Anderson (The X Files) has her own series coming to NBC. No idea what it’s about, but with a headliner like Anderson, they’ve got my attention.
March 16 10/9c
ADAM RICHMAN IS COMING TO NBC!!!! I am not much into reality TV, but Adam Richman is awesome, so if you like food/cooking shows and or reality TV, you may want to check this one out. No date yet.
The Night Shift
Another doctor show? Better than another cop show, I guess. It looks a little like ER, but it could be all right. It takes place in San Antonio instead of New York, so that’s promising. A new setting could be good. Who knows what kind of injuries you get in Texas instead of New York? No date yet.
Another sitcom about dating. This could go wrong in so many ways, but I won’t judge it before I see it. No date yet.
I so want to see this! I love Greg Kinnear. This should be pretty good. He’s a lawyer, with some unconventional methods. Maybe a bit of a scumbag, but I’m sure he has his redeeming qualities.
This debuts next week, unfortunately I think it’s at the same time as The Crazy Ones, but first night, I think I’ll check it out.
Three words: Neil Degrasse Tyson. If you like science, astronomy, physics, or have ever wondered what’s out there beyond the stars, this show is for you. It’s in collaboration with the National Geographic Channel, so you’ll want to keep an eye out for this one, premiering in March.
This looks awesome, focusing on the gold rush. But it debuts the same night as The Following, and I think it’s at the same time! Hopefully it’ll have an encore presentation that I can watch.
This looks a little interesting, but it might be a little far-fetched for my taste. A boy turns up and appears to be a boy who died 30 years ago, pointing out his old house, his family, and knows things that a stranger like him ought not to know. It’s got some good acting, Kurtwood Smith (That 70s Show), Frances Fisher (Titanic), and Omar Epps (House), but the story may land a little too far out there to hold a viewer’s interest for more than a couple episodes.
Airs March 9
You had me at Steve Zahn. Seriously. It looks a little like The Mentalist or Psych, but we’ll have to take a look when it airs. I worry because the last two or three series Christian Slater had failed, but it’s too early to tell. I haven’t even seen a spot for it yet, just the page on the ABC website.
Debuts Mar. 11
This seems like a competitor for NBC’s Undateable, but we’ll have to wait and see. It might have a little more meat to it, whereas Undateable looks a little more sitcommy.
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