Monday, May 18, 2009

The TV Blog Coalition - Falling Behind

I'm already behind in this season even though most of the shows have already had their season finales, but the networks are already looking ahead and starting to announce the fall lineups though I can't really be bothered to get too excited this year since the past few years have taught us never to count our TV chickens until they hatch on air. (Or last)

FOX just announced the fall and winter lineup, and they're really relying on Nigel Lythgoe with a new fall season of my fave So You Think You Can Dance to air right after this summer season ends. Too much? Plus what is CTV going to do about their planned fall season 2 of the Canadian version? (Since CTV carries the US version too). Though between Dollhouse and Fringe returning, the new Glee and the always reliable Bones, FOX is actually looking pretty decent for the first time in years.

Meanwhile, yay for apparent renewals for Chuck and Better Off Ted, boo to cancellations (or probable cancellations) to bubble shows Privileged and The Unusuals.

Meanwhile, here's what the other TV bloggers were talking about this week:

Buzz got pumped about the upcoming sneak peek of Glee and shared some tidbits she learned from the cast. (BuzzSugar)

So we finally get to see who Jacob is on Lost, and then his nemesis turned out to be... Richard Hatch? (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance celebrated his 2000th post on the blog by remembering some of his favorites over the years, including Everwood, Lost and Friday Night Lights. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace was once again consumed with all things Lost, offering his in-depth thoughts and theories about the two-hour season finale ("The Incident, Parts One and Two"). He feels much better now that he knows what lies in the shadow of the statue. (Televisionary)

Dan watched the premiere of The Fashion Show and found a temporary filler for the Project Runway-sized hole left in his heart. He still misses Tim Gunn, though. (TiFaux)

It's (VERY) early, but Matt is already excited about the second season of Fringe. (TV Fanatic.)

Kate was bemused and befuddled when Food Network renewed lying, cheating Robert Levine's show (TV Filter)

Vance at http://tapeworthy.blogspot.com

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