With a few of those shows coming back last/this week, as well as some new shows premiering, I just want to take a minute to go through and review what will be on (y)our tubes for a few months. Consider it a guide of sorts. Anyway...
Since I missed Monday, I'll only say that premiering young Sheldon directly after Big Bang Theory is like CBS asking everyone to watch other channels during that hour. Just, no.
Lethal Weapon and Brooklyn Nine-Nine both premiere today on FOX's "new" Tuesday lineup. Lethal Weapon had an excellent first season, and I think the chemistry between Damon Wayans and Clayne Crawford can only get better. At the end of the first season, the pair truly became partners, and I'm very interested to see where their newest lead will take them.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is (to me) one of the funniest shows on right now, and easily the funniest cop procedural since Psych got canceled (c'mon, son). It's entering its fifth season, which is somewhat surprising, but I have no doubt it will continue to deliver. They'll be joined by The Mick, which will be sandwiched between the two. I haven't watched much of that, but what I've seen has been funny. It's like Always Sunny with kids in it, however I prefer Always Sunny sans children.
Star, The Blacklist, L&O:SVU, and Modern Family all return on Wednesday, too. With those, we have the series premiere of SEAL Team starring David Boreanaz. I still think he lived his best life as a vampire but, hey, I'll give the show a shot.
The Exorcist will start it's second season on FOX. I didn't watch the first season, although it looks sufficiently creepy. Hawaii Five-0 and MacGuyver AKA "shows I will never watch" return to CBS on Friday, as well. I don't really have anything to say about those two. Basically, watch them if you like them. Hell's Kitchen starts season 17 by the way.
Thanks for reading! Take a look below for the three premieres I'm looking forward to the most.