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Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by phrelin, May 26, 2010.
Penn & teller: Bull**** 6/10/10 showtime
I can't say I've ever watched any of those shows.
Californication returns 27 Sep, 2010
Thanks for checking in anyhow...?
Hung - 27 Jun, 2010 HBO
Anyone catch The Hard Times of RJ Berger on MTV last night? It's basically a comedic take on Hung set in high school. It wasn't too bad...
Very excited for Covert Affairs. I love the CIA setting, especially since she's going deep cover. And..Gregory Itzin! Love to see President Logan in a spy role: http://ausiellofiles.ew.com/2010/05/28/gregory-itzin-covert-affairs/
Correction: the Warehouse 13 Season Premier is scheduled for this coming Tuesday July 6 on Syfy.
Either I erred on my original post or Syfy changed it without giving me a call.:sure:
I have a Mad Men marathon lined up on the dvr since I didn't start watching it until last season....that's the only one on that list I have time for at this time.
I saw a preview at the movies today for The Glades, looked good so I went to set a sp for it. Looked on the 13th and couldn't find it, did a search and found it's premiering on the 11th at 10pm eastern.
I'm looking forward to it's return. Plus the new show Haven.
Thanks for the heads up. I've corrected the list. And I too think it's going to be a good show.
Yes, and Warren the Ape was amusing, for those of us with a juvenile sense of humor.
UPDATE: We purchased the internet connectible Sony S570 BluRay player and am having NetFlix send me Mad Men seasons 1 & 2 now.
Rookie Blue has been renewed for a second season (next summer).
And CBS already pulled "The Bridge". Only aired 3 episodes. Canada renewed it for a second season after playing out the full first season.
I thought it was pretty good. Nothing spectacular, but it didn't deserve to be yanked.
I was disappointed that CBS didn't place it on the schedule to see if it could pull in an audience. They gave "Rookie Blue" Thursday at 9:00 pm and introduced "The Bridge" on Saturday at 8:00 pm where NBC dumped "Persons Unknown" after it didn't gain an audience on Monday.
I guess I wonder if CBS was afraid of the pro-organized-labor story arc to give "The Bridge" a shot on a good day and time.
It has been an interesting show so far (Rookie Blue). Not sure how well I like it - but it is a good "summer replacement" and better than watching re-runs.
I'm waiting for Andy to work undercover in a big box home improvement store where she'll try to catch slackers taking merchandise for personal use.
It's been a bit overwhelming the last few weeks with so many entirely new shows coming on as well as old summer favorites. Lots of things are stacked up on my DVR. Unfortunately, I'll probably end up skipping some of these because it's just too much at once.