Supernatural on the CW (Season 4)
The rough and tumble journey of the Sam and Dean, the Winchester Brothers. Twenty-three years ago, Sam Winchester (Played by Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (played by Jensen Ackles) lost their mother to a mysterious and demonic supernatural force. Subsequently, their father John (Played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan) raised them to be soldiers. He taught them about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners and on the back roads of America...and he taught them how to kill it.
Bruce says: Bring it!!! I'm looking to see how Dean and Sam deal with each other after Dean gets out of H E Double L. Oops. Did I just give something away?
Premieres Thursday, September 18th
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles on FOX (Season 2)
TTSCC makes it past it's first season to continue the mythos building stories that happen between T2 and T3. As the season developed, it started touching more on the mythos and leaned away from the obvious corny terminator humor. I think the development got better as the season went on.
Bruce says: This show started out pretty slow with tried and old lame humor and some logistical issues. It bordered on lame, but as it went on it started to integrate with the mythos of the franchise. It started weaving that which happened in the show with events from within the movies. In my book, it got good. This one became a Bruce Fave.
Premieres Monday, September 8th
The Mentalist on CBS (NEW)
This is about an independent consultant with the California Bureau of Investigation (CBI), who has a remarkable track record for solving serious crimes by using his razor sharp skills of observation. The commercials seem interesting at best.
Bruce says: I have nothing to say. The CBI??? Hmm. Is there such a thing? I even live in CA!
Premieres Tuesday, September 23rd
The Shield, The Final Act on FX (Season 7)
The Shield starts the 7th and last season of this dirty, gritty cop drama. How will it end for Vic Mackey? His boss wants his corrupt butt out of the force. Diro Kesakhian wants Vic and his family dead for the Armenian money train. (Back in season 2!) Starring Michael Chiklis, Benito Martinez and CCH Pounder.
Bruce says: I really liked the first 2 seasons, but lost touch as other things took priority. I am going to have to get back in touch for this final season. It was an addicting fave, and will probably sneak it's way into my viewing schedule.
Premieres Tuesday, September 2nd
The Unit on CBS (Season 4)
A covert ops unit and their families dealing with the secretive jobs, the political policies and the fallout from the bad assignments as they follow their orders to keep the world a safer place.
Bruce says: I love this show. It blends family life with covert stuff and the gray areas in between. There's more to it that meets the eye and they've got a pretty good handle on this finicky balance one's "job" and family. I can relate! A definite Bruce Fave.
Premieres Sunday, September 28th
True Blood on HBO (NEW)
Vampires "come out" and become part of society in one small town. humans and vampires co-habitating in a small Louisiana town after the vampires have discovered a Japanese-made synthetic blood called TruBlood. This moves the vamps from predators to “fellow citizens.” Eesh.
Bruce says: I don't get HBO... No, not I don't get them. I mean I don't get it on my cable box.
Premieres Sunday, September 7th
Valentine, Inc. on the CW (NEW)
Valentine is a new comedy drama about Greek gods living among us.
Bruce says: Oh please, hold me back. I can't wait for this show to start. So it can than be canceled and I won't be pestered about it. I might be wrong, but we'll see.
Premieres Sunday, September 21st
Without a Trace on CBS (Season 7)
Without a Trace starts it's 7th season about the Missing Persons Squad of the FBI.
Bruce says: I like this show. It has a great approach to how they cover the cases, and touch on the cops personal lives. I think it's a great balance. It's a Bruce Fave.
Premieres Tuesday, September 23rd