Not only that, but Fridays are incredibly light for me. The only thing I'm even thinking about marking down as a Friday regular show is Blue Bloods and that's because I like me some Tom Selleck. How can anyone not want to watch Selleck on a weekly series? It's like not being head over heels completely in love with Salma Hayek. Yes, Human Target is off the list for this season and that's because I watched the entire first season and while it had some moments I really enjoyed, all too often I didn't care about the one-off single episode story.
Lastly we come to Sundays. Maybe you would have that be a firstly, but the grid I'm looking at puts it last. I'm doing nothing different there than in years past – Desperate Housewives, The Amazing Race, and The Simpsons. My theory here – if it ain't broke don't fix it. Okay, Housewives may be broke, but that's another instance where I will acquiesce to the other main viewer of television in my house. Plus, maybe this year's mystery will be interesting.
It is, I like to think, a solid fall network viewing schedule. My quick – and perhaps completely inaccurate – count is that I'm looking at 19 hours over the course of a single week. That includes commercials so it will work out to be significantly less than that, but it's still a decently sized schedule.