The schedule actually came out over an hour ago, but decisions made by other people completely messed up my schedule for the day so I am just now getting a chance to write this. I might need to stop at the liquor store this afternoon. It’s been one of those days. Here is the schedule.
8pm – Dancing With the Stars – I have never had the desire to watch this.
10pm – The God Doctor – I watched the first episode. Didn’t feel the need to watch more. I guess people like it.
8pm – The Bachelorette – another franchise I have never had the desire to watch
10pm – Queens – A new show starring Brandy and Eve as estranged and out of touch women in the forties who reunite to try to recapture their fame from the 90’s that made them legends in the hip hop world. I’m not sure I will try this one. I feel like it won’t last.
8pm – The Goldbergs – I started watching this when I needed a 30 minute show for my lunch break when I was working at home. I like it, but the later years are not as good as the early ones. It might be time to consider a wrap.
8:30pm – The Wonder Years – a reboot that takes place during the late 60’s and focuses on a middle class black family in Alabama. Don Cheadle narrates. Dule Hill is the dad. His involvement makes it a must see for me.
9pm – The Conners – I still watch it, but it is another one that might need to end soon.
9:30pm – Home Economics – I watch this one with my daughter. We like it a lot and I was pleasantly surprised when it was renewed.
10pm – A Million Little Things – I like parts of it now. I don’t like it as much as I did in the beginning.
8pm – Station 19 – People complain about the crossovers because they only want to watch Grey’s, but this season Station 19 has been the better show.
9pm – Grey’s Anatomy – Another one that probably needs to end. I think it will after this next season. They probably didn’t want to end with a Covid storyline.
10pm – Big Sky – One of our favorite new shows this season. I hope this time slot means it will be around for a while.
8pm – Shark Tank
9pm – 20/20
No interest in these. I watch the CBS shows on Friday night.
8pm – Saturday Night Football
7pm – America’s Funniest Home Videos
8pm – Celebrity Wheel of Fortune
9pm – Supermarket Sweep
10pm The Rookie – The trailer for this one made me think it was going to be all dumb jokes about him being too old to be a cop. I saw an episode while overseas and it seemed like a decent show. I might eventually catch up on Hulu.
American Idol, Blackish, Abbot Elementary and Maggie – Two shows I don’t watch and two new shows. Abbot is workplace comedy at a Philadelphia school. I might give it a shot. Maggie is a comedy about a psychic. It doesn’t sound like I will like it but I will probably watch an episode.
American Housewife, Call Your Mother, Don’t, For Life, Mixed-ish and Rebel. The only one I’m really sad about is American Housewife. It was really good. Call Your Mother was decent, but I won’t lose any sleep over the cancellation.