Fall TV premieres

What are you thinking of the Fall TV premieres so far? I really liked The Hostages and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, but I had to turn off Mom.

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7 Responses to Fall TV premieres

  1. maryz says:

    We watched Brooklyn Nine-Nine once, but may not again. We also watched The Crazy Ones last night (couldn’t pass up Robin Williams), but may not watch it more than one or two more times. We’re really not into the half-hour comedies, but I’d like to see the Michael J. Fox show, too.

  2. l'empress says:

    I noticed that the networks did it again, pitting Michael J. Fox directly against Robin Williams. I was too tired to watch either. I know Robin is extremely funny and a good actor, but he wears me out quickly.

    The one new show I was looking forward to is “Cold Justice,” and I have put it on every week. I have yet to remain awake till the end.

  3. Lindy says:

    The only one I watched was the first episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. I’ve been a fan of Andre Braugher since “Homicide: Life on the Street.” But I did not care for this new show. AB seemed to be the only one with any talent at all.

  4. Bev says:

    Enjoyed Crazy Ones…nice to see Robin W. funny, yet controlled. I also (so far) like Michael J. Fox. Of the new shows, I’m liking Hostages…haven’t seen Blacklist yet, but will watch that tonight. I, too, turned off “Mom.” So disappointed–I love Allison Janney and am very disappointed in the whole show. I don’t need more family dysfunction.

    Of returning shows, NCIS does not disappoint.

  5. Jennifer says:

    I haven’t watched any of them. I’m too caught up in other shows that have been going on to start anything new. Although, I’m starting Sons of Anarchy Season 6 tonight.

  6. Jon says:

    I crossed off mom, Michael fox, robin williams. I think I will like the new program with James spader,

    Why is google trying to correct everything I type?

    • l'empress says:

      Google is trying to be everything to everyone and, in doing so, it is damaging its brand. Every darned app is trying to correct your spelling, even when it’s already correct. Try commenting “Yesss!” on your iPhone; it will become “Tessa!” whoever she is.

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