There's a lot going on this week, and while Tuesday will almost certainly not see anything that comes close to what (or for that matter, ), all five English broadcasters will be airing original episodes.
On a night of many premieres, my guess is that tomorrow morning most of the reader interest will be focused on the two series premieres. though there's little doubt the season premieres, particularly perhapswill draw some interest, too. I'm also sure there will be some attention paid to how the second episode of CW's Ringer performs. Perhaps I'm just projecting a bit, but my guess is more people will be interested in and .
the premiere episode has been available everywhere on the Internet for weeks!" My guess is it will premiere just fine, and even satisfy the .is set up beautifully either for good ratings or a few squares. has buzz, it has the lead-in, and gosh darnit, the critics like it. My guess is there won't be any fan excuses, at least not based on tonight's ratings, but if there's even a whiff of disappointing ratings there will be a lot of "
As for that provokes the snarky ratings headline gods? True, The has laughed in the headline gods' faces for years and lived to tell the tale. I'm not as optimistic for ., why name a show in a way
Not to be all "The Grinch Who Stole Premiere Week" but there's no poll today (I know, I know, lousy!), but here's your lump of coal: a blank ratings table for tonight's shows.
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|ABC||: Meet the Cast|
|CBS||: Los Angeles (Season Premiere)|