September 10, 2013 at 10:48 pm #297036
26 new fall shows
(Tuesdays at 8PM — premiered 9/24) — full season order
(Wednesdays at 8:30PM — premiered 9/25)
(Sundays at 10PM — premiered 9/29)
(Tuesdays at 9PM — premiered 9/24)
(Tuesdays at 10PM — premiered 9/24) — canceled
(Thursdays at 8PM — premiered 10/10)
(Wednesdays at 9:30PM — premiered 10/2)
(Tuesdays at 9:30PM — premiered 9/24)
(Mondays at 10PM — premiered 9/23) — full season order
(Fridays at 10PM — premieres 10/25)
(Wednesdays at 10PM — premiered 10/2) — canceled
(Thursdays at 9:30PM — premiered 9/26)
(Thursdays at 9PM — premiered 10/3)
(Thursdays at 8:30PM — premiered 10/3) — canceled
Which shows will you watch? Which ones will survive? Which ones will be canceled and quickly forgotten?
First cancellation prediction — FOX’s DadsSeptember 10, 2013 at 11:11 pm #297038
I will watch: The Michael J. Fox Show, The Carzy Ones, We Are Men,The Blacklist
First cancellation prediction: Sean Saves The WorldSeptember 11, 2013 at 12:46 am #297039
I think The Michael J Fox Show, Trophy Wife and Brooklyn Nine-Nine will make the best first impressions.
ABC will probably order a 13 ep Super Fun Night even though its not really that great.
Only Agents of Sheild, Dads, Mom, Sean Saves the World have made any kind of impact (good or bad).
Most of the others will fizzle.September 11, 2013 at 5:23 am #297040
I’m excited to check out several of the comedies and zero of the dramas…..September 11, 2013 at 6:14 am #297041
Back in the Game
We Are Men
Sean Saves the World
All of them look like they already failed. In Sean’s case it’s because of how bad the trailer looked back when it premiered, he’s still a great comedic actor, but it looked soooo so bad. The other three because of the lame idea, lame casting and all around look of the show. My guess is We Are Men is the easiest cancellation, it’s a show with Jerry O’Connell, if that isn’t enough indication, I don’t know what is.
Also, way too many genre shows, I don’t know where they all came from.September 11, 2013 at 7:25 am #297042
I’m gonna (at least) check out: Agents of SHIELD, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, Trophy Wife, The Crazy Ones, Hostages, The Millers, Mom, Blacklist, The Michael J. Fox Show, Welcome to the Family, Almost Human, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Sleepy Hollow, and The Originals. Wow, I hate myself. A lot of these I’m just curious about (The Millers has a strong cast but I don’t think it looks that great, Welcome to the Family had a funny trailer and I like the people behind it but there’s not a lot of buzz, etc.). I actually watched the pilot for Trophy Wife on Hulu yesterday and was pleasantly surprised. I wish ABC had put that behind Modern Family instead of the really dreadful looking Super Fun Night (and I like Rebel Wilson). I’m not sure how many of these I will stick with, although I will say that I’ll definitely stick with the new shows with abbreviated seasons like OUATiW and Hostages. I’m unsure of the quality of Agents of SHIELD but I expect it to be the breakout hit of the season. On the comedy side, I think The Crazy Ones, Mom, and The Michael J. Fox Show are the best shots at becoming hits, and a lot of that will have to do with their casts. I’m always interested to see what happens to these new shows, and I’ve always given plenty a shot. That’s probably why I watch so much television that I can hardly keep up.September 11, 2013 at 7:59 am #297043
Honestly the only show I am interested in checking out is The Michael J. Fox Show. I’m sure there might be some hits out of this group, but nothing looks too appealing to me.September 11, 2013 at 8:07 am #297044
These are just my guesses:
Marvel Agents of Shield: Major Hit for ABC.
Back in the Game: Will last a little bit becuase of James Caan but won’t get renewed.
Betrayal: I think it’s going to do well but not great.
The Goldbergs: One of the first shows canceled.
Lucky 7: Another one I think will be canceled
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: Big hit I think.
Trophy Wife: Hit
Super Fun Night: another one that will be canceled.
The Crazy Ones: hit
Hostages: will be a hit but not a big one
The Millers: hit
We are Men: flop
The Blacklist: hit
The Michael J. Fox Show: hit
Sean Saves the World: It will last one season.
Welcome to the family: hit
Almost Human: hit
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: hit
Sleepy Hollow: could go either way
The Originals: hit
The Tommorrow People: hitSeptember 11, 2013 at 8:41 am #297045
i don’t know how to feel about that backlack against “Dads”, it still has Seth McFarlane behind it, that man has had success in everything, I mean everything he has done . I’m up for at least the pilot and the second episode before I decide to drop it.September 11, 2013 at 10:55 am #297046
Posted this elsewhere as well, but here is how I would rank the new comedies that I’ve seen:
1. Brooklyn Nine-Nine
3. Trophy Wife
4. About a Boy
5. The Goldbergs
6. Bad Teacher
7.Welcome to the Family
9. The Crazy Ones
10. We Are Men
11. Sean Saves the World
12. Super Fun Night
13. DadsSeptember 11, 2013 at 11:04 am #297047
You forgot Mixology.September 11, 2013 at 11:35 am #297048
Seth isn’t completely infallible, as The Winner got cancelled rather unceremoniously back in 2007. Then again, I’d say that he’s probably a bigger brand name now than he was back then, and Seth Green is certainly a bigger name than Rob Corddry, so it’s likely that Dads will have more of a chance than his previous show did.September 11, 2013 at 11:57 am #297049
Agents of SHIELD
OUAT in Wonderland
One the bubble:
Back in the Game
Super Fun Night
Brooklyn 9-9 (will get moved midseason)
On the bubble:
The Michael J Fox Show
On the bubble:
Sean Save the World
Welcome to the Family
The Crazy Ones
On the bubble:
We Are MenSeptember 11, 2013 at 12:19 pm #297050
Hmm, EW released their picks for the best 6, which includes the 3 dramas I want to check out – Shield, Masters of Sex, and Blacklist. Plus Almost Human which I’m guessing will do well for a short time before crashing and burning.
Their comedy picks are Hello Ladies and Brooklyn Nine Nine, while my anticipated comedies are MJF and Crazy Ones.September 11, 2013 at 12:38 pm #297051
I’m actually surprised that Brooklyn Nine Nine is getting a lot of positive reviews. I was watching the trailer and thought it won’t be that strong and just a kooky comedy. I’m listening to a podcast on Rob Has a Website and the guest podcaster name it as the best pilot he has watched among all the new fall shows. and the 5 worst pilots are all comedies.
anyway, can’t wait to watch some of these shows. hopefully i have the time. i’m always backdated. hehe
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