Oh Yay! Oh yay! Here's what I got from the Futon Critic:
ON “NEW TUESDAY, ” THE SUPERB “GILMORE GIRLS” RETURNS FOLLOWING ITS MOST ACCLAIMED SEASON EVER, PAIRED WITH CHILLING NEW DRAMA “SUPERNATURAL, ” STARRING JARED PADALECKI AND JENSEN ACKLES, FROM McG AND EMMY-WINNING DIRECTOR DAVID NUTTER
SOPHOMORE SENSATION “ONE TREE HILL” MOVES TO WEDNESDAYS AT 8:00, FOLLOWED BY FOUR ADULT SISTERS NAVIGATING CAREER, ROMANCE AND LIFE IN “RELATED, ” FROM MARTA KAUFFMAN, THE EMMY AWARD-WINNING PRODUCER OF “FRIENDS"
A RETURN TO QUALITY DRAMAS ON THURSDAY WITH “SMALLVILLE” LEADING OFF THE NIGHT, WHILE THE ACCLAIMED “EVERWOOD” MOVES TO THURSDAYS AT 9:00 FOR ITS FOURTH SEASON
Wow, how am I going to navigate this?
I am glad that GG has finally been given a go for next season... Not that I was nervous that it wasn't going to get renewed but WB surely took their time to let us know it was coming back. I want to check out Supernatural but it's going up against Veronica Mars. Love ya Jared but Jason is my cabana boy and I have his back when it comes to TV.
This means that VM actually has a potential of being a full-time ratings contender. For WB to move OTH to Wednesdays and show reruns on Sundays shows that OTH really isn't that strong of a show. Despite its full order of 26 (and not the usual 21 eps per season), I don't think its script is strong enough to have people lost to VM return to watch the show.
Sadly, this still means that Tristin's return to GG would not happen any time soon.
Everwood moving to Thursdays is strange. Since the untimely demise of Tru Calling 2 seasons ago, I guess Everwood would be a good contender against The OC. I gave up on it when I had to juggle my VCR schedule but for now I'm currently intrigued with whiny Ephram and what he's going to do now that he knows that his ex-gf's mom has cancer and that his former babysitter is carrying his baby. I know, too angst ridden but how could you hate a character who should be beaten up constantly just because his name is Ephram?
I don't know what's up for Fridays except Reba. They took out What I Like About You and moved that to Sundays (I wish they would have more of the Jenny Garth/Luke Perry action next season. Too cute!). Joan of Arcadia is glaringly absent from the Friday lineup at CBS.
I don't know about y'all but I'd be studying next season's line up if you're like me depending on a tape rather than a TiVo or DVR.