For the most part, Wednesday nights this fall are full of established shows and consistent performers for their networks, but four shows are lucky enough to get some strong lead-ins.
Joining ABC’s night of comedy is Back in the Game, which appears to be another family-based sitcom, and Super Fun Night, which I’m mostly looking forward to because it stars Rebel Wilson from Pitch Perfect.
Meanwhile, Ironside will cap off NBC’s Wednesday night line-up. It’s another cop show, but the twist is that the lead detective is in a wheel chair; however, that doesn’t make him any less good at what he does.
Over on The CW, The Tomorrow People should fit in nicely with the escapades of Oliver Queen, as the show is about a group of pretty-looking people with extraordinary abilities fighting evil or something.
Although I don’t feel strongly about Back in the Game, I’m thinking NBC’s Ironside is the most likely to be short-lived. We all know NBC has been struggling and I don’t know if another cop show is going to be their saving grace. The show’s creator also has a pretty small IMDB list so this one is certainly a wildcard.
Revolution has made the move from Monday nights at 10pm to the family hour in the middle of the week. Creators however promise that Revolution will still be action-packed. I personally remain a bit skeptical about the unfolding plot lines and may drop the show from my watch list.
Wednesday night is a big night for law enforcement with TV staples like Criminal Minds, CSI, Law & Order: SVU, and now Ironside.
Arrow, The Tomorrow People, and Revolution also hunt down the bad guys, albeit with a bit more brute force and a lot more arrows.
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