I’ve got to say, it’s been a nice holiday. Nine days off from work. Admittedly, I didn’t do anything I wanted to do on my holiday, aside from giving my studies some much-needed attention, but I was able to check out three new television shows.
Creators: Chuck Lorre & Steven Molaro
First up, Young Sheldon. Actually catching some episodes before my holiday, I’m looking forward to seeing how this will be received this season. I find it very entertaining, especially if you’re a Big Bang Theory fan but even if you’re not I think you’d enjoy it. It’s interesting to see how Sheldon Cooper’s childhood was like. With Big Bang Theory in its eleventh season, there is a lot of material this show could cover.
Favorite episode so far (3 watched episodes): Ep. 3 “Poker, Faith, and Eggs”
Creators: Dana Klein & Mark Feuerstein
As I mentioned in my currently watching post, I was expecting hilarity and I’m happy to say I wasn’t disappointed. It’s funny, entertaining, and has a lot of potential. I have to admit, it was a bit cruder than what I’m used to, but it evened out a bit. I am a little skeptical on how well this will take on a prime time spot, but I hope they do well. I’m not sure where that skepticism is coming from, but I hope it has no merit. Favorite episode so far:
Favorite episode so far (6 watched episodes): Ep. 5 “The Key to Life”
Me, Myself, and I
Creator: Dan Kopelman
Out of the three new players on my television roster, I am most surprised by this one and most anxious to see it go far. I know I was apprehensive about the multi-story format (if that’s what it’s called, or is it multi-time?), but 6 episodes into it I love how it works. The series writing is awesome! I also think it’s a bold move for prime time, but I’m hoping it’s around for a while.
Favorite episode so far (6 watched episodes): Ep. 3 “The Card”
So these three are definitely in my line up. I’m not sure how far I’ll go with juggling them with my current line up (still have to catch up on Supernatural and The Librarians–at the least), but I’m still adding them. Not to mention, a couple of more shows that I wouldn’t mind taking a peek at as well, but I’m going to press the pause button on those for now. Here’s to the 2017 Fall season line up!
Here’s to the 2017 Fall season line up!
(Photo credits: Bleeding Cool, TV Line, and EW)
One thought on “TV 411: Three new shows (Fall 2017)”
Me, Myself and I sounds like my cuppa tea! I’ve started watching Modern Family and it is totally addictive The humour is absolutely brilliant, every second of it. Once I’ve finished the serieseses, I will start watching it all over again – and I’ve never done that with any other series. Thank for the heads-up.