Old friends . . . and new?
Inspector Lewis (PBS) — The new series already started this past Sunday with an episode that made me LONG to re-read Dorothy Sayers’ GAUDY NIGHT. Lewis is not a perfect show, but it’s almost always satisfying AND provides a sorely needed Oxford fix. (Also, don’t forget Case Histories, which premieres 10/16.)
Fringe (FOX 9/23) — according to exec producer Jeff Pinkner, “the season is a love letter to the show and fans” (as quoted in Entertainment Weekly). I just want to know what the HECK they’re going to do about YOU KNOW WHO.
The Good Wife (CBS 9/25) — I am, of course, eager to see what unfolds after last season’s finale . . .
The Walking Dead (AMC 10/16) — this show has been on haitus so long that I’ve lost some of my enthusiasm. A lot of it, actually. And yet . . . I’d still like to know what happens next.
I’ll invest some time in these newbies:
Ringer (CW 9/20) — How can you not love Sarah Michelle Gellar? And Ioan Gruffudd? (Jason Dohring joining the cast was icing, baby.)
American Horror Story (FX 10/5) — this second ghostly offering, labled a “psychosexual thriller” (???), was promoted by EW as one of the best new shows of the fall season. Who’s with me on this one?
New shows I might try:
Person of Interest (CBS 9/22) — it’s a J.J. Abrams thing, but CBS’s preview video left me a little cold. Too much speechifying from Michael Emerson.
Prime Suspect (I’m not linking to website because NBC.com is so ANNOYING 9/22) — I’m a huge fan of the Helen Mirren version. HUGE. Not sure if the writing will be as appealing in this American . . . reboot? Re-imagining? What carries over from the original, I wonder?
Terra Nova (FOX 9/26) — I like Jason O’Mara a lot, but this one might be a little too busy.
OH, and I still need to procure and watch Justified season 2. Yee haw! Plenty of TV options to satisfy this addict. 🙂
Will you be watching any of the above?