The Fall season is officially underway with most of the hottest shows kicking off this week or next and plenty of new shows filling in the gaps. Well with all the TV out there we wanted to help simplify your life. Here is our day by day list of what you should be setting your Series Manager to on your DVR.
Not every show is starting right now, but we’re going to take a look at what the fall lineup will look like when everything is said and done. Also we’ll give you what to watch and what you should set your DVR up for, to zoom through later. So clean off all those Egypt History Channel shows you recorded in June and get your TV ready for a full Fall TV lineup.
It’s Wednesday so why don’t we start with Tonight:
What to Watch:
7:00pm-8:00pm: The X-Factor (FOX)
Simon Cowell’s new singing competiton takes all the restrictions of American Idol and throws them out the window. Anyone from 12-89 can compete and the winner gets a $5 Million recording contract and a Pepsi Super Bowl commercial. Cowell is joined by old friend [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Paula Abdul[/lastfm] and former ‘Sing-Off’ judge [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Nicole Scherzinger[/lastfm].
8:00-8:30pm: Modern Family (ABC)
Everyone’s favorite crazy family is back for another season of sure hilarity. After racking up an almost countless number of Emmy’s last week, the hour long premier is Wednesday September 21st (today as we’re posting this). This is one of those shows that doesn’t get missed for almost anything. Set up your series recorder on your DVR just in case.
9:00-10:00pm: Law & Order: SVU (NBC)
This is the most successful Law & Order franchise on the air right now. Marishka Hargitay is back as the hard nosed cop looking out for those who have trouble take care of them selves.
What to DVR:
7:00-7:30pm: Up All Night (NBC)
The new show with the hilarious Christina Applegate and Will Arnett is banking on these very strong actors along with their co-star, who steals the show a bit, Mya Rudolf. Will and Christina play a married couple with a new baby who are trying to keep their lives fun and lively but that pesky kid keeps getting in the way. It premiered on September 14th but it is an easy show to jump into after missing only one episode. First 5 episodes on the DVR and see how it goes.
8:00pm-8:30pm: The X-Factor (FOX)
Yep ‘The X-Factor’ runs for an hour and a half for some reason. We’re not quite sure why, or if that will change down the line, but right now that is how it is. So DVR the last half hour and while you’re waiting for Law & Order to start you can grab a dessert and watch the last half hour of the singing competition. Season Pass on the DVR!