Saturday, September 06, 2008

The TV Blog Coalition - We All Fall

I'm back from my China trip and summer travels are officially over for me, so now is the perfect time for the Fall TV Season to start! Hoorah!

It's also a big transition point in my own life since I decided not to fully return to my old job (though I have returned to help out on occasion when they really needed it, and I still have my second job as backup) and hopefully will take some time to get organized with some stuff that I've been working on and try to switch gears in my career (I'm in the right area, but I realized I was following the wrong track, or more precisely, I was exactly where I said I wanted to be, got there, and then realized, uh, this is not where I want to be anymore... now what?). So I figure, now is as good as a time as ever to change things up in life again while I'm still without any dependents and I still haven't bought a place yet (I know I know, I've been looking for like 3 years, I'm super picky okay? It's the former architecture student in me).

Anyways, Fall TV! Woo!!!:

Buzz launched a printable night-by-night TV calendar so you can know when your favorites are on. Pretty! (BuzzSugar)

This week, Joshua Jackson and J.J. Abrams talked about their new show Fringe. (Daemon's TV)

With everyone complaining about how terrible the new 90210 is, Marcia made the point that the old one was pretty damn awful when it started, too. (Pop Vultures)

WWE Diva Mickie James makes a guest appearance as a derby girl on this week's Psych and we spent some time chatting with her about the experience. (RTVW)

How can a show like Raising the Bar be bad when it features not one but two Bayside alumni. Now if they can bring back Mr. Belding. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance finally has time to start posting about the Fall TV Preview (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace found that he was less than thrilled with the CW's relaunch of 90210, complete with overplayed songs, one-dimensional characterization, and found it to be much less fun overall than Gossip Girl, The O.C., or Skins. (Televisionary)

TiFaux never got around to watching TNT's premiere of Raising the Bar, but Dan had some very important things to say about Mark-Paul Gosselaar's new shaggy mane. (TiFaux)

Never miss your favorite show this fall! Download and print's Ultimate Fall 2008 Season Premiere Calendar (The TV Addict)

We gave you our take on summer's TV landscape -- and it wasn't pretty. (TV Filter)

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