The slothfulness is seeping back in. I should be doing some housework today but instead I am doing nothing. It seems like a weird time of year for there to be so much on TV, and so much more starting in April. Since I don’t have any fun stories today, I thought I’d just mention a few TV shows that are coming up.
First, Shonda Rimes has not one but two new shows on ABC. There are only four more episodes of Scandal before it ends forever. On Tuesday nights at ten there is a new legal show called For The People, it’s set in NYC and follows the lives of a group of young attorneys beginning their careers. Some are prosecutors some are defendants. One dating couple broke up right away when the went up against each other in court. There is a girl who grew up homeless who is living with a very rich girl and that is taking them both some getting used to. I like all trial shows and this one is good. It’s not Ally McBeal or Law and Order good, at least not yet, but it’s not going to give me nightmares either.
The other Shonda show is Station 19 which premiered last Thursday with two back to back shows. I was about to delete it after the first fifteen minutes, but it go better as it went along. The fire scenes are traumatic and serious so there is a tiny bit of a chance for bad dreams.
Also on Tuesday night, there is a show on Lifetime that comes on right after Married At First Sight called Love at First Flight. I you like MAFS you will love this. Three couples meet each other and travel the country for a month and then decided if they want to get married. It’s actually very interesting and there are already a lot of twists and turns. One of the girls is particularly horrible to travel with and is a vegetarian that made some of the food challenges difficult. I like it but I doubt I will recap it because I doubt many of you will watch.
Next Wednesday on A & E Marcia Clark, from the OJ trial has a new “First 48” show that might be interesting to my trial watchers.
And most importantly, On April 5th Imposters returns for a second season on Bravo. This is a SPECTACULAR show and I urge you to try to watch the first season if at all possible. Bravo may run a marathon of it again soon. It’s must see TV.
I might try to recap To Rome For Love in a bit, and maybe some Catfish, or I might just curl up with something mindless and play some solitaire and go to bed early if I can get Banjo to bed at a reasonable hour. He’s been have troubles with his ears at night.
So what’s going on in your neck of the woods? Anyone have anything positive or happy to report? These open forums are starting to revert back to why I ended them in the past with all the death and dying and sickness reports. Can we try to keep it light this week?