-"NCIS: New Orleans" - Again it's the cast pulling me in.
-"Madam Secretary" has a great cast and so I am hoping it develops into something I want to keep watching.
-"Parenthood" - The last season of "Parenthood" is here, and in a packed timeslot, so I will have to catch up on Hulu.
-"The Flash" - I hear good things about.
-"Reign" is coming back and while it should offend the part of me that won't watch innacurate Scottish historical movies, given the glitter on the corsets, they are really making only the tiniest attempt at historical accuracy, and viewing it as "Gossip Girl" with corsets means I find it amusing.
-"Gracepoint" - I watched some of "Broadchurch" so technically have no need to watch "Gracepoint" but, for some reason I am interested in how it works with American accents.
-"Happyland" - Color me excited.
Upcoming or things I haven't gotten to yet:
-"How to Get Away WIth Murder" which I was notionally open to anyway turned out, in it's first episode at least, to share a lot of parallels with "Legally Blonde" and I seriously, totally, and completely love "Legally Blonde" so yay! (It is a darker "Legally Blonde" given that, well, there's flash forwards to a body being dumped, so, looks like those kids will need to put this knowledge to use.)
-"Brooklyn 99" was just as charming as it had been.
-"Nashville" I have fallen behind on and must catch up before my DVR starts taunting me.
-"Gotham" struck me as a little too comic booky in parts of the dialogue. I realize it is a show about a comic book city, but, there are things that work in comics that sound dumb in TV. However, I ultimately thought the layers of corruption they established in an hour was fascinating enough to keep going for a bit. I also think in addition to the expected excellence of the McKenzie and Logue partnership of grizzled and new to town cop, Jada Pinkett Smith's work was amazing.
-"Red Band Society" is a show teen Tara would have had quotes from posted in her locker. I'm sticking with it even if adult Tara can see them yanking at my heartstrings. Plus, who can resist sassy nurse banter. Not me folks. Not me.
I tend to do a lot of my TV chatter on the Twitter but, for an overall recap, it's easier to do that in longer form so, as it stands so far...-"Sleepy Hollow" returned and was the brand of nutbar adventure I expect.
-"Blackish" was charming as expected from Anthony Anderson and Tracy Ellis-Ross, if a little heavy handed with the voiceover. Nice family comedy.-"Selfie" I watched early, and, eh, I wanted to like it more than I did. The commercials lead me to believe that ultimately they will both learn from each other so I'll give it a few more because I like the leads a lot.