This is a scary thing for me to admit but I'm not really excited for any upcoming fall shows. I know. I KNOW. This is completely unlike me. I used to LOSE MY SHIT if my Entertainment Weekly had Mulder and/or Scully on the cover. I'd lose it times ten if they were on the cover together. I'd count down the days between The X-Files season finale and the next season's premiere. Especially if Mulder had died in the finale. Those summers were the WORST. And when (pre-Doggett) The X-Files went away, I replaced it with Alias. And when Alias went away, I replaced it with Lost. There might have been some overlap there, I don't remember, but whatever ANYWAY. I used to practically hyperventilate before Lost season premieres and when they were over, I'd shout, "NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!" And maybe even, "WAAAAAAAAALT."
But Lost is over. And I have nothing to replace it. NOTHING. Unless you count watching reruns of Lost, which is a viable option, actually. I guess I'm supposed to replace it with The Event. I refuse to get my hopes up after the FlashForward debacle, but I'll probably check it out.
There are must see shows coming back of course. Shows like Chuck and Modern Family and 30 Rock. And there are shows that used to be must see for me that I'll probably still watch if I remember, like How I Met Your Mother and The Office. I know. I KNOW. I just put The Office in a non-must-see-TV category. WHO AM I? But aside from the JAM wedding/baby episodes, I don't remember all that much of last season. Maybe the upcoming season will be better since it'll be Steve Carell's send-off season. I don't know.
So, yeah, I'm not really excited about anything at the moment. Unless you count It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, but we're a season behind, so I'm talking about the season five DVDs, not even the new season. THAT'S CHEATING.
Maybe I'm forgetting something and you should tell me. Or maybe someone (ASHLEY) should just tell me what shows I'm not watching that I should be watching and I'll work on getting caught up on them.