What Your Thursday Night TV Lineup Will Look Like This Fall [VIDEOS]
Thursdays have been dubbed "must see TV" in the past, so here's what the networks hope you "must see" on Thursday nights this fall..
ABC is making moves and bringing all kinds of drama to their Thursday night lineup. Longtime fan favorite Grey's Anatomy will anchor the evening at 8pm followed by Scandal moving up an hour to make room for their new Shonda Rhimes show, How To Get Away With Murder. And it looks good...
CBS is starting their Thursday nights in the fall with football. Now Thursday night games will air on CBS and be simulcast on the NFL Network. They'll air 8 early season games this way before bringing back their usual sitcom offerings of The Big Bang Theory, The Millers, Two and a Half Men from 8-9:30p. Newbie The McCarthys about a sports-crazed Boston family will air after. It brings Joey McIntyre to TV, so it can't be all bad!
NBC is giving you a little comedy and drama along with some reality (I should probably write that as "reality").
They'll kick off Thursdays with a new season of The Biggest Loser on a new night. Then bring on the new comedies. Kate Walsh is actually going the funny route this fall in Bad Judge, produced by Will Ferrell by the way, and the mom from How I Met Your Mother actually gets to star in a show of her own called A to Z.
The night wraps up with a favorite it mine, Parenthood.
And over on FOX Thursday nights start off with long running Bones at 8p and newcomer Gracepoint at 9p. The new drama is scheduled to be a 10-episode mystery event about the death of a young boy in a seaside town and the investigation into what happened. It also happens to star former Dr Who David Tennant, whom I love, love, love so I know I'll at least be checking this out.
I think of all the new shows I seen so far, Thursdays might really be must see TV!