Stormtrooper Terry

Stormtrooper Terry

Saturday, August 11, 2012

The 2012 Fall Season

So it's that time of year again when I do possibly the geekiest thing I ever do and make up a spreadsheet of when all the shows I plan on watching when the Fall Season starts will be on. I figured it was especially time to do this since at least one show has started already (really, Grimm? You couldn't wait til September? God, I hate that show.) and I don't want to fall behind. So, here's the chart:

Click to enlarge, bitches.

As you can see, it is both time-coded and color-coded according to channel and also lists when the first episode airs, because I am just that much of an OCD-having geek. A couple of weird little facts jump out at me when I look at this. For one thing, I'm only giving three new shows a shot: Revolution, 666 Park Avenue, and Arrow, and I don't expect all three of them to last. For another thing, as much as I absolutely hate the FOX network, I'm watching more of their shows, with five, than any other channel. And it's weird that there's nothing on Tuesday.

And damn it all to hell, I just realized I left American Horror Story: Asylum off, but I'm not fixing it right now, because they haven't set a date or time for it yet, and I change my mind about that every other day...

Anyway, what about y'all? What are you looking forward to watching this season?

6 comments:

  1. Tuesday on fox is reserved for American idol

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  2. Just one of the many reasons I hate FOX lol

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  3. I have my fingers cross for Arrow, but I heard they are going to focus on realism, so does that mean no powers? eh :/

    And I just started getting into Supernatural in the last year, caught up on the episodes. I love Dick Roman, he was such a douche lol

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  4. Well the Green Arrow doesn't have powers anyway, he's just good at shooting shit lol so that should be okay!

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  5. One of the things they have changed is making him kill. But, no prob with Arrow killing. He carries a bow & arrow for crissakes! He should be freaking kill! That's what weapons are made for!

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  6. Plus, that makes sense from a story-telling point of view. He's starting out as a vigilante like the Punisher, not a hero. So he kills at first until he grows into a hero who doesn't. It's a good story arc.

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