The fall shows have arrived! Well, not all of them, but the flood has definitely begun. This week NBC's much-anticipated new drama Revolution debuted to big numbers, while over on Syfy Haven had a big first night to kick off its third season. Meanwhile we say goodbye to Wilfred, and Doctor Who gets a boost.
Next week, the Fall shows start to return in force, but this week we're still all about summer shows. Lost Girl finally ended its two-season run, hitting a very high note, while Wilfred struggles as it heads toward a finale. Plus, Doctor Who stays strong, and a special Touch episode was here to tide us over until season two.
It was a bit of a light week, TV-wise. Many of the shows we've been tracking took a week off, and the new fall series haven't arrived in full-force yet. But that doesn't mean we don't have stuff worth talking about. After a record-setting season premiere, Doctor Who took a dip, while Lost Girl got a boost and Dragons had a strong showing for Cartoon Network.
We're still waiting for the full fleet of fall shows to sail in, but the big news this week was Doctor Who. The British series had a very big night on this side of the pond, while Warehouse 13 and Alphas both made Monday strong for Syfy. Meanwhile on FX, Wilfred struggled yet again.
More new fall shows are right around the corner, and the summer series continue to march toward their conclusions. This week True Blood...
Fall TV is officially here! This week Grimm was the first of our 2012/2013 season shows to return, and it had a very nice debut. Meanwhile both Falling Skies and Teen Wolf ended their seasons, and as it zeroes in on its own finale True Blood continues to rule Sunday cable.
Next week the fall shows begin their invasion, but meanwhile, many of our summer shows are marching toward their season finales. For some, like True Blood and Falling Skies, the future looks bright. For others, like Wilfred, we're just not sure yet.
The Olympics might be the biggest thing on TV right now, but many of our summer shows are still soldiering on, and some are doing quite well even in the face of stiff competition. True Blood continues to dominate, Lost Girl's holding on to its viewers and Falling Skies had another good Sunday. Meanwhile Wilfred, Futurama and Alphas weren't so lucky.
Our list of summer shows is growing again. Last week, we said goodbye to Eureka, but in its place Syfy gave us new seasons of Warehouse 13 and Alphas to watch. Meanwhile, True Blood continues to dominate Sunday nights even amid the Olympic Games, Lost Girl's faring well on Friday nights and Saving Hope might be headed for a second season.
We're about to start adding more shows to our summer lineup, but we've got plenty to keep us occupied until then. This week Eureka signed off for the last time with a little boost in viewers, while Lost Girl posted a big gain for the first time in weeks. Meanwhile True Blood continued to rule, Falling Skies stayed strong and Teen Wolf took its first big drop of the year.