Friday, September 14, 2007

It's here! The new season is here!

It's not exactly kicking off with a bang, but still: The fall season officially begins at 8 p.m. tonight, with the launch of Fox's new "reality docu-soap" "Nashville."

Reality docu-soap sounds to me like something high energy physicists came up with to explain string theory, but apparently it's an entire television genre now.

Anyway, dump your Friday plans immediately and plant yourself in front of your TV.

My BIG fall TV preview runs Sunday.


At 10:41 AM, September 14, 2007, Blogger Eli the Mad (Beer) Man said...

Uh... no thanks.

Ironically, I do have an oh so slight connection with this show. My wife has been out in Nashville this week on business (our company HQ is there). One of our co-workers was scheduled to play in a bar near Music Row on Tuesday night (my wife was going to go see him play), but the gig got canceled at the last second because they ended up taping an episode of this very show there instead.

And that's as close as I'm getting to it. ;)

At 10:46 AM, September 14, 2007, Blogger AndyW said...

Ugh. Ersatz reality getting in the way of real music.

Still, give them points for digging up an attractive cast.

At 1:12 PM, September 15, 2007, Anonymous PK said...

It was better than the O.C.

At 3:52 PM, September 15, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Andy, is there a picture on the net of the Cheyanne Mountain antenna farm that identifies each tower with each media outlet? I have been asked this many times by my class at PPCC. Thanks for any info Andy! email me(Brian) here>

At 3:33 PM, September 17, 2007, Anonymous PK said...

Media outlets like to have no signage whatsoever on radio/tv towers. They don't want a disgruntled listener/viewer to know which tower belongs to whom so they can do damage.

At 7:45 AM, September 18, 2007, Blogger AndyW said...

Not to give disgruntled viewers ideas, but that's not entirely true. Still, it takes forever to get up to the top of Cheyenne Mountain, even if you have the combination for the gate. It's not worth the effort - send a nasty e-mail instead.


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