TVx3 E045: CBS Fall Preview 2009

by Jason the TVaholic on September 22, 2009 · 3 comments

in Episodes

This is our 45th episode and marks the first episode of the second year of the podcast.

In this episode, we take a look at the Fall 2009 TV schedule and see what's coming to CBS. Find out what we think about Accidentally on Purpose, The Good Wife, NCIS: Los Angeles, and Three Rivers, and the rest of CBS' Fall schedule with premiere dates for each show.

But, first we chatted about a few news items: NBC going after Helen Hunt to replace Maura Tierney on Parenthood and the likely hood will see anymore Defying Gravity on ABC.

After covering our news and topic, we talked a bit about Greek S.3 Ep.3, the Glee S.1 Ep.2, season five premiere of Bones, the second season premiere of Parks & Recreation, the sixth season premiere of The Office, Supernatural S.5 Ep.2, the fifth season premiere of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and Psych S.4 Ep.6.

Lastly, we answered Erica's question from last week about what show we'd like to bring back, if we could, and what show we'd boot from the schedule, if we had that power. And, we also thanked a couple of other listeners for their recent comments about the podcast.

If you've got thoughts on past episodes, this episode, or have a topic suggestion or question for us, use the SnapVine widget in the right column, leave a comment below, email us, or connect via Twitter.

Next week we will be talking about our TV pet peeves. What are yours? Let us know in the comments.

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Kyle September 23, 2009 at 7:33 am

Thanks for another purrrrfect podcast (sorry, had to be done). I agree with Amrie–I really enjoyed the the premiere of Parks and Recreation–and it did have more laughs than the first 6 combined. Forgot all about my topic suggestion–look forward to next week’s podcast. 🙂

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RikerDonegal October 5, 2009 at 11:42 am

My first episode! Didn’t know until yesterday that you guys had a podcast. Great fun. Will to listen to more.

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