Thursday, August 12, 2010

Let the blogs begin!

Hello everyone!

I know it's been ages since I've posted on here, but we're growing ever closer to the 2010 Fall TV scheduling time of year, so I wanted to share with you what's been going on behind the scenes here at You Blog, Everybody.

As Pearl said, we've been scouring the TV Guide, looking for which shows will be this Season's sci-fi drama hit. With your help in the comments on her last post, we have narrowed it down to three shows we think have potential. These shows are as follows:

The Event -- It's been described as a mixture of FlashForward and V? Basically the point of the show is that there is this huge, mysterious event that happens and it changes the world.

The Cape -- It has Summer Glau. That's all I know. It is getting mixed reactions.

No Ordinary Family -- Heroes meets LOST, or something. Been hearing it's cool.

(I'm not going to take credit, Pearl actually typed up these descriptions. We're a team!)

The idea is that we, as a blog, will start watching all of these shows together when they air and take turns reviewing them. After a week or two we'll narrow it down to two shows, and from there, decide which show reigns supreme above the others, and will continue to be the topic of this blog.

I think it will be fun, and something we can all do together. And a way to keep this blog from dying, despite the lack of LOST in our futures. We were brought here by LOST, but our love of television keeps us together.

So no experience required, since we're all starting fresh with a new show! So tell your friends! This is everyone's chance to get involved and not have to catch up or worry about falling behind!

As for the boys of this blog, we haven't heard from them in quite some time. We'll get back to you on what we're going to do about that.

Look for updates from us soon,



  1. Sounds cool :) The only one of those I've heard of before was The Event, so I'm definitely looking forward to hearing your thoughts. I'm really glad this blog will live on, albeit in a different form :)

  2. This is going to be fun! I haven't heard of any of these shows, but then again I don't have cable so I haven't heard of a lot of shows. I'm excited that you guys are going to keep this blog going, especially since that means I get to discover new shows that I wouldn't have the opportunity to hear about otherwise. ^_^

  3. Whoo! Sounds like fun.

    As someone who's just really getting into television and the only premiere she's ever seen for a new show was two weeks ago, this is super exciting. I'm really glad I've got all of you to do this with.

    That sounded super cheesy. Whatever. I'm excited.

  4. Sounds like a plan!! Can't wait for Fall TV to start! :)

  5. To know more about these shows, go check out the trailers on their websites! I know much more about The Cape now, and I think it look pretty awesome.

  6. This'll be exciting. I almost wish I could join you guys as bloggers!
    I haven't heard about The Cape, but The Event sounds intriguing. I'm just worried that No Ordinary Family will just be fluff, without anything really to discuss. Who knows?

    Fall looms. Get ready!

  7. I saw the pilot for "No Ordinary Family"...

    (It's at password: Extraordinary [case sensitive] and it's totally legit. ABC put it up for the first 50,000 viewers.)

    And I was majorly disappointed. The acting wasn't that great, the effects were bad, the story-line was completely lacking. It was more like a mini movie than a television pilot.

    Just saying. Some of you may like it, but I have no idea how it'd work out as a blog. Unless you're recapping and reviewing?

  8. Thanks for the information, QuoteGirl. I'll go check it out. Your opinion (any of the readers) matters a lot for how this blog goes.

    If we wind up watching the pilot and not liking it, what do you think would be best to do? Should we find a different show? Continue on with just two? Or go ahead and give this show a couple more episodes before we ax it?

  9. Definatley give it a few episodes to smooth out before throwing it.

  10. Okay, deal. I still haven't watched it, but I will try to this weekend.