2016 Winter Schedule!

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It’s a new year and a whole new slew of shows to watch! Thankfully, I have a job now where I can watch TV while I work so I can keep up with everything, but this upcoming season might be too difficult for even me…

SUNDAYS
Angie Tribeca
Billions
Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Cooper Barrett’s Guide To Surviving Life
Galavant (I’m giving it a second chance but I’m sure it’ll be short-lived)
Last Man On Earth
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver
Mercy Street
Once Upon A Time
Quantico
Shameless
Venture Bros.
Vinyl
X-Files

MONDAYS
Better Call Saul
Blindspot
Colony
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Gotham
Jane The Virgin
Lucifer
The Magicians
Supergirl
Superstore
The X-Files

TUESDAYS
Agent Carter
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
The Expanse
The Flash
Fresh Off The Boat
The Grinder
iZombie
The Muppets
New Girl
Of Kings And Prophets
Outsiders
Shadowhunters (it’s painful just typing that)
Shannara Chronicles

WEDNESDAYS
American Crime
Arrow
It’s Always Sunny…
Man Seeking Woman
The Path
Schitt’s Creek
Teachers
Underground
Younger
You’re The Worst

THURSDAYS
The 100
Baskets
The Catch
Colony
Idiotsitter
Legends Of Tomorrow
Portlandia
Workaholics

FRIDAYS
Animals
Banshee
House Of Cards
Reign (I may be a masochist)

I actually dropped some shows this year too. I loved the first season of EMPIRE but man did it slide downhill this season, and fast! The DYNASTY vibe is gone as the writers have overwhelmed themselves with new faces and fallen down the spiral of getting caught up in campy dialogue while forgetting the nuances of the characters. It’s a major bummer because it was easily one of the best series last year.

I enjoyed WICKED CITY and BLOOD AND OIL on ABC too. They both have plenty of issues but there was a lot of potential there too, especially with Ed Westwick doing a fantastic job over on CITY. It’s too bad that neither could really fall into the groove of their soapy-genres.

I am most excited for LEGENDS OF TOMORROW and THE 100. I have said it before and I will say it again: The CW is the strongest network channel. Their brand is on point and the only “misses” on the schedule are old standards that have been around since before they became a great place for female-driven comedies and the center of DC’s TV universe.

Last year was one of the best years every for film, and I think 2016 will be that for 2016.

 

 

 

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