It’s been a busy couple of days as most of the major U.S. television networks have started making decisions on which shows will grace the small screen next season.
The Screen Invasion Team watches a lot of television. (Something you may have guessed from the many, many recaps posted daily.) As we watched our Fall TV faves, we noticed a trend: namely, female characters who are kicking ass and taking names (literally, in some cases). Ladies so successfully dominating their respective TV-universes that nothing keeps them down for long. And we wanted to do a little something to show these kick-ass TV chicks the R-E-S-P-E-C-T that is so rightly theirs.
It was another busy week in TV thanks to the major networks’ Upfront presentations, so it’s another jam-packed episode. We talk about the new fall schedules, which pilots we’re excited for, which night will be our busiest, and of course what we’ve been watching and what we’re looking forward to.
While The CW isn’t as big as the other four networks, they do have some promising shows in the works. They also have some shows that are so out there, that they’ll either be great or crash in a blaze. The CW doesn’t work the same as other networks, allowing
Upfront Week wrapped up with The CW announcing its 2012-2013 schedule, and from the looks of it Supernatural fans have a lot to thankful for as it gets shifted out of the Friday death slot (despite the fact that it did fairly well there). Also, The CW will be rolling out its
In preparation for the TV Upfronts, The CW announced that Hart of Dixie would be returning for a second season. While it wasn’t exactly a ratings smash, The CW doesn’t really have the luxury of being too picky with hits or misses because of its mini-network status. As I said on the latest
The craziness continued as every major network not named CBS or FOX firmed up their schedules for the 2012-2013 season. ABC stated off slowly by only announcing that it had picked up Happy Endings for a third season, and then it let slip that it would also be bringing back
The CW is making quite predictable and yet some quite uncanny choices regarding pilots to be shot this year. Arrow is a present day take based on the DC Comics archer Green Arrow, and is gonna be written and exec-produced by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg. This is