Friday, September 13, 2013

Figuring out Fall TV - Fridays and Saturdays

It's fall TV season again, which means decisions! How ever will you keep up with your old favorites while packing in a bunch of new shows that may or may not have a chance of making it? I'm here to help, breaking down each day hour by hour, letting you know what you should watch, what you should avoid, and how exactly you're going to fit it all in.

In general, I'm focusing on the four main broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox) as well as HBO, Showtime and a few other pay cablers. New shows are in bold.

It's Friday and Saturday. If you're not out for a night on the town, you've got a couple of new things to choose from. Or, you can use this time to catch up on what you couldn't get to the rest of the week.

Friday
8 p.m.
Last Man Standing/The Neighbors (Sept. 20, ABC)
Undercover Boss (Sept. 27, CBS)
Masterchef Junior (Sept. 27, Fox)

Regarding "Masterchef Junior": Who doesn't want to see Gordon Ramsay yell at kids?

"The Neighbors" starts its sophomore season on a new night. It picked up steam with critics last year.

9 p.m.
Hawaii Five-O (Sept. 27, CBS)
Grimm (Oct. 25, NBC)

10 p.m.
Blue Bloods (Sept. 27, CBS)
Dracula (Oct. 25, NBC)

"Dracula" stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers ("The Tudors") as the vampire, here posing as an American entrepreneur with revenge on his mind.

Saturday
11:30 p.m.
Saturday Night Live (Sept. 28, NBC)

The sketch show adds five new cast members, including that guy who interviews kids in the AT&T commercials. Tina Fey is host and Arcade Fire is the musical guest for the season premiere.


Related:
Fall TV Sundays
Fall TV Mondays
Fall TV Tuesdays
Fall TV Wednesdays
Fall TV Thursdays

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