http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-vb/showthread.php?t=469272I have no idea what "new" shows are coming this fall.
Hmm, not sure about that one. It's definitely not going to stay in it's current timeslot for long, that's for sure. Coupling a prime time soap with a 2 hour sitcom block? Not gonna work.One of my favorite games to play each year. Official picks due by 9/10.
My early favorite:
Considering the success of Hawaii-5-O, I think that CA stands a good chance of at least making it until January. I don't think it will be first.My leading candidates are "Grimm" (NBC) and "Charlie's Angels" (ABC).
Grimm is an expensive genre show that NBC banished to the Friday Night Death Slot, following another show they've already given up for dead (Chuck).
Charlie's Angels is a retread of a retread of a retread. I think audiences are going to go "What, this again?" and skip it completely.
I'd expand it to include The CW as well. That said, I can't see any of The CW's being likely candidates... they've got a niche audience already, so they have some ability to give shows a longer rope.I'm thinking of of the NBC sitcoms at 8PM on Wednesdays.
My assumption here is that you are talking about only the big 4 networks.
True. I'm going to stick with "Grimm" though.Considering the success of Hawaii-5-O, I think that CA stands a good chance of at least making it until January. I don't think it will be first.
I can agree with that. I don't know why Chelsea Handler being the person she is ever let a broadcast station have this show. Her comedy would be way better suited for FX or Showtime.I found the Whitney preview to be unbearable, and it doesn't seem to fit with the rest of the NBC Thursday night line-up. Just because both of the "fairy tales are real" shows don't air until late October, I'll make it my pick for first cancellation.
If we're going for the fewest episodes aired before cancellation of a show announced for the upcoming season, but not yet on the schedule, my vote goes to Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea.
Exactly plus I don't think Emily Van Camp can hold a show.Revenge is one of those shows that reminds me of Harper's Island or whatever that horrid murder mystery show was called. A 13 episode mini-series.