Excited does not begin to explain my happiness at the new season of television beginning. I am overjoyed! Tonight is the beginning of a great week, so let’s take a gander at it, shall we?
2 Broke Girls is a show that’s full of politically incorrect jokes and hilarious situations that make for an amazing show. I love this show, despite how many people think it’s controversial. That’s okay. Controversy is exceptionally funny to watch at times. Kat Dennings is adorable, and her comedic timing is perfection. Last season, we watched the girls try to build their cupcake business, then fail and then try again. I’m looking forward to season three a ton, and you should be too!
On tonight’s season premiere, “And the Soft Opening,” the gals see an upward spike in business, thanks to a shocking incident involving a rock star.
To find out what happened with the rock star, tune in to CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching (deep breath, it’s a long list) Mom, Hostages, Dancing with the Stars, The Voice, The Blacklist, Bones, Sleepy Hollow, and How I Met Your Mother.
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We’ve done the FOX pilots, but now, Megan, Kyle, and I are back to talk about the CBS pilots for the 2013 season. We have each rated them as Watch, Maybe, or Skip, so check out what we have to say.
Hostages (Premieres 9/23)
Jenny: Love Dylan McDermott a lot, but this one’s a skip for me. Too dark, too much drama. I don’t watch straight-up dramas. I get enough of that away from the TV. I think for fans of this genre, they’ll love it, but it isn’t for me. – Skip
Megan: This show is a must see for me, which is a problem for my poor, overworked DVR. There’s something about an intelligent drama that just makes my life a better place to be, and this show is exactly that. I’m also very happy that it’s a 12-episode season, because it makes the writers work that much harder to deliver a stellar season. – Watch
Kyle: I really enjoyed this pilot—Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott are great. The pilot sets up a really interesting premise—it’s a suspenseful ride with some unexpected twists. In the first hour, they give each of the characters his or her own secrets, while also establishing a much larger conspiracy arc. I’m really interested to see where the series goes. – Watch
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In case you missed it, Megan, Kyle, & I gave our opinions yesterday on the ABC trailers. You can view that here. Now, we’re here to give you our opinions on the CBS shows, starting with the dramas.
- Jenny: I want to like this show so badly because I love Dylan McDermott, and it’s part cop show…but I have a feeling it’s going to be a no-go for me for several reasons. One, the drama aspect (like all the stuff going on with the kids—the pregnant daughter, drug-dealing son or something), and two, I hate watching things with dirty cops. (One of my most hated movies I’ve ever watched is Training Day, with a dirty Denzel Washington.) But I’ll give it a shot because of how much I want to like it. – Curious.
- Megan: Very rarely do I not like a Jerry Bruckheimer drama, so I’m sure this is quickly going to become a must watch for me. The premise of a political conspiracy where Ellen (Toni Collette) is being coerced to assassinate the President to save her family, who are being held hostage by Duncan Carlisle (Dylan McDermott) is a very intriguing and exciting one. I love that it’s only a 12-episode season so the story line is forced to move quickly and dramatically, similar to shows on cable networks like HBO. – Excited.
- Kyle: This looks like an exciting series from executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer and starring Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott, who I’ve enjoyed in other dramatic series. I like that it is only a 12-episode series, starting in September and ending in January—which means that it should hopefully be a lot tighter in the writing, won’t drag on, and will give some resolution by the end. – Excited.
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You’ve had a chance to check out the trailers for ABC’s & NBC’s new shows. Now check out the six “fall preview” videos (not trailers, but behind-the-scenes videos) for CBS and then head on over to The Futon Critic to see their schedule & read all about the new series. Let us know what you think of each trailer by voting and commenting below!
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