The DVR crisis is deepening. It doesn’t help that I fall asleep very early now since I get up very early. I definitely need to nap more.
8pm – The Conners
8:30pm – The Goldbergs
9pm – Abbott Elementary
9:30pm – Home Economics
10pm – Big Sky
8pm – Survivor
9pm – The Real Love Boat
10pm – Amazing Race
8pm – Stargirl
9pm – Kung Fu
8pm – Masked Singer
10pm – LEGO Masters
8pm – Chicago Med
9pm – Chicago Fire
10pn – Chicago PD
Various Non-Streaming Options
The season premiere of Nature is on PBS at 8 followed by NOVA at 9 and Secrets of the Dead at 10.
House of Payne is on BET at 8 followed by Assisted Living at 8:30, Sistas at 9, and the series premiere of After Happily Ever After at 10.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is on Bravo at 8 followed by Real Housewives of Salt Lake City at 9.
The season premiere of Reno 911 is on Comedy Central at 10:30.
King Tut: A Century of Secrets is on Discovery at 8.
Raising a F…ing Star is on E at 9:30.
The season premiere of American Horror Story: NYC is on FX at 10. Another episode airs at 11.
Guy’s Ultimate Game Night is on Food Network at 9.
Farmhouse Fixer is on HGTV at 9 followed by House Hunters at 10.
Pawn Stars is on History at 8 followed by Forged in Fire at 10.
The Challenge is on MTV at 8.
To Catch a Smuggler is on National Geographic at 8 and 9 followed by Locked Up Abroad at 10.
Chucky is on Syfy at 9 followed by Reginald the Vampire at 10.
Once again, there are way too many shows we watch for me to list them all.
I still like Survivor and watch it live when I can, but I agree with a former contestant who said something is missing post-Covid. I think it is the lack of themes. The seasons all feel the same.
I’m enjoying Amazing Race. It has always been the reality show I thought I could actually do.
I like Chucky, but I think it is one of those shows that should have a limited run.