As America's Got Talent finale was the kickoff to the end of summer and the Primetime Emmy Awards the start of the fall. That means the 2016-2017 television season kicks off tonight with big season premieres, sneak peaks and series premieres. So let's start with tonight's lineup of shows to watch:
8/7c The Voice (NBC): The singing competition show just grab it's third Emmy win last night. After what we saw last season, the show steps up in their coaches with Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus. Ever since the news about these two joining I've been thrilled and the promos, trailers and even the Olympic sneak peak has me pumped up to tune in and see how Blake and Adam can handle some real competition.
8:30/7:30c Kevin Can Wait (CBS): Kevin James is back on CBS and he returns in a new family comedy. James plays a newly retired police officer who's looking forward to quality time with his family and his fellow retired cops. But when his oldest daughter announces she's dropping out of college to support her fiance, Kevin knows his only choice is to move them both into his home to keep her in school. The run has to wait as his family is his new beat. From the promos and trailers, this really looked good.
9/8c Lucifer (FOX): It was one of the most weirdest but yet interesting new shows I've seen last season. When Lucifer is tired of working for his dad, he takes a vacation. As he runs a nightclub and having some fun, he sees those that gets away with crime. Works with Det. Chloe Decker, the two butt heads and solves crime together but not with difficulties for Lucifer as he loses he mortality and feels what real pain feels like. But when season two comes, word is out that his mother has escape prison and on the loose, probably looking for Lucifer.
10/9c The Good Place (1 Hour Sneak Peak) (NBC): After The Voice is a sneak peak of one of the most talked new comedy of the fall, The Good Place. Kristen Bell plays Eleanor Shellstrop, a woman who gets killed by a tractor-trailer carrying erectile dysfunction products, wakes up in the afterlife. But when Michael (Ted Danson) tells her that she's in "the good place because of her good deed of by helping innocent people off death row, but she realizes that a mistake has been made and they think she's someone else. This show looks amazing! I mean, a place where no one curses or gets drunk clever, mostly the curses words being uses ("fork" or "bull-shirt"). As I mention it, it's only a hour sneak peak (2 episodes) but it'll move to it's regular time and day Thursdays at 8:30/7:30c after Superstore. The Good Place should be on everyone's must watch list!