Tuesdays at 8:30, up against The Voice and NCIS. Terrible timeslot, terrible show. Easy math.
Sundays at 8. Love John Mulaney himself. The show is...Not strong enough to stand up against against The Good Wife and Sunday Night Football.
Wednesdays at 8. Can we please just get more Smash?
Tuesdays at 10. Timeslot is decent, show is not.
Thursdays at 9. Kate Walsh is taking on her old boss Shonda Rhimes (specifically Scandal) and this can't end well.
Fridays at 8:30. Not funny, but it's on ABC Friday night after Last Man Standing, and Cristela herself is a star. Could work.
Thursdays at 9:30. So not funny. But CBS isn't quick to cancel anything, so it probably won't be the first cancellation.
Mondays at 9 up against The Voice. Tough timeslot, but CBS keeps more shows than others.
Thursdays at 9:30. Such a cute show, but it's against Scandal. Blergh.
Mondays at 9. Up against Dancing with the Stars. A long shot, though we love it!
Fridays at 10. Show has some potential and the timeslot is low pressure. Has a decent shot.
Tuesdays at 9. Lead out of The Voice. Not flashy but we love it so. Please let this one live longer than Happy Endings!
Tuesdays at 8. Up against The Voice, NCIS and The Flash. We love this show but timeslot is tough!
Mondays at 10. Up against Castle. And despite the anti-Heigl bandwagon, could work.
MTV's edgy new drama set at an amusement park airs Tuesdays at 11, meaning there's no timeslot competition, so that's already a win. Plus, with a lead-in of hit returning series Faking It and early buzz about a possible incest storyline, MTV might give it a shot.
Wednesdays at 10 up against Nashville and Chicago P.D. There's room for it. If the audience can stomach it.
Wednesdays at 9. Stuck in a ridiculously tough timeslot against Modern Family, SVU and Criminal Minds, on an exclusive, pay-to-play channel DirecTV, Kingdom clearly has its work cut out for it. But the dark, gritty MMA drama just might pack enough punch.
Thursdays at 9. Crazy good cast, but can David Tenant handle Olivia Pope? Hmm…
Sundays at 8. A pretty solid lead-in to The Good Wife and CBS won't likely let Tea Leoni go very easily.
Wednesdays at 9. Battling Modern Family and SVU but we'd really like to believe that everyone will fall just as hard as we have for this awe-inspiring series. Here's the part where we might be in some denial, but nothing a little therapy can't cure later on.
Wednesdays at 9:30. Solid lead out from Modern Family. Funnier than the promos.
Mondays at 8. Up against the no-name "stars" on this year's Dancing with the Stars. Ryan Atwood can take ‘em! We've seen him fight.
Sundays at 10. Crazy good. Doesn't matter what it's up against.
Tuesdays at 8. Counter-programming to The Voice and a solid lead-in to Supernatural. Sounds like a keeper by CW standards.