When the Weavers move to the small New Jersey town of Hidden Hills, they find that their new neighborhood might be a bit too alien for them… literally! From the writer of Crazy, Stupid, Love comes a comedy of Zabvronian proportions.
Wednesday nights this fall, settle in with the Weavers and meet The Neighbors.
From the Crazy, Sexy, Love folks? Guarantees at least a look-see from me
ABC’s drama lineup for the 2012-2013 season is nothing short of ambitious. While it’s hard to tell whether every show will succeed, there’s one person who should be commended — whoever edits the trailers for these things. Way to make the supernaturally creepy “666 Park Avenue” stick in our heads long before its fall premiere date. “Nashville’s” soapy, serialized “Country Strong”-esque storyline could not seem more action-packed — and this is all footage from the first episode.
Color us extremely impressed, except with a deplorable-looking Americanization of the British drama “Mistresses.” Check out our first impressions of the network’s new dramas below:
On Sundays, ABC has scheduled “Revenge” to air opposite CBS’s “The Good Wife” at 9 p.m. EST — a significant conflict for folks who like their dramas smart, female-driven, with a healthy helping of inconvenient (but oh, so fun to watch) romance. Though both shows are critically acclaimed, neither has achieved remarkable ratings, and they can use all the live viewers they can get.
CBS, for one, isn’t particularly concerned about the two shows appealing to similar demographics.
“You know, ‘Desperate Housewives’ was there; we did just fine against ‘Desperate Housewives,’” says Kelly Kahl, Executive Vice President, Program Planning & Scheduling. “‘Housewives’ was actually doing better than ‘Revenge,’ so in that sense, we moved it there successfully. We brought almost all the audience from Tuesday. We feel very good about ‘Good Wife’ there.”
Seems I was already watching The Walking Dead at that time, so it’s not a choice between these two, it’s a choice between TWD and Revenge. At least I think it was TWD I do know I was watching TGW OnDemand until very recently.
Tumblin’ about Twitter. Maggie Furlong has broken down the big social media changes that the various networks have implemented.
666 Park Avenue - Series Premiere Sunday September 30 10|9 c
From the people who brought you Pretty Little Liars and Gossip Girl comes a supernatural drama like no other. Residents of The Drake may have everything their hearts desire, but at what cost? When a young couple from the Midwest comes to manage this historic locale, an epic struggle of good versus evil will arise. Can the building’s secrets be discovered, or will the dark embrace of The Drake conquer all?