FOX schedule broke after I left for work so I had to do this on my break:
With the cancellation of Lucifer and Brooklyn 99, my FOX viewing is getting a little slim. As with NBC, some of the better stuff is held to mid-season(The Orville and The Passage). Here are my night to night thoughts:
8 pm The Resident 9 pm 9-1-1
I really like The Resident. It is one of my favorite new shows, but it will make you scared to go to a hospital. We like the one episode of 9-1-1 we watched, but had DVR space issues and didn’t watch more. Maybe I will try to catch up over the summer.
8 pm The Gifted 9 pm Lethal Weapon
I liked the Gifted OK, but got tired of it toward the end. I will give season 2 a shot, but it might be one I quit. It is the X-Men universe show. Lethal Weapon was one of my favorite shows, but they’ve fired Clayne Crawford who played Riggs and replaced him with Seann William Scott. I will watch it to see how the new character fits, but I’m afraid I will hate it.
8 pm Empire 9 pm Star
I don’t watch either one of these shows, but they are apparently very popular.
8 pm Thursday Night Football
Depends on the teams…
8 pm Last Man Standing 8: 30 pm THE COOL KIDS 9 pm Hell’s Kitchen
I will admit that I liked Last Man Standing and will probably watch it again. I’m not sure how it will work if they don’t re-sign the two younger daughters. I do wonder if Brooklyn 99 was canceled for this and makes me less excited about watching it. I really like the stars of The Cool Kids(Vicki Lawrence , David Alan Grier Leslie Jordan , Martin Mull) about residents of a retirement community, so I will give it a try.
8 pm College Football
If it’s not Kentucky. I don’t care
8 pm The Simpsons
8: 30 pm Bob’s Burgers (new time slot)
9 pm Family Guy
9: 30 pm REL
I don’t watch any of the animated shows. I like Lil Rel Howery and Sinbad, so I might give Rel a try(newly single father in Chicago).
Mid-season shows I will watch – The Orville(surprisingly good Seth McFarlane Star Trek type show), The Passage(based on Justin Cronin’s vampire trilogy and starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Beat Shazaam(music guessing game hosted by Jamie Foxx). Nothing else exciting.