Friday, September 16, 2011


So I missed the first airing of Sarah Michelle Gellar's new show Ringer earlier in the week.  I hadn't realized it was starting this week, most of the network shows start their season premieres next week.  A post by a friend on Facebook made me realize that I had missed the show.   Luckily their showed it again tonight.

So far the show is a hit.  It run its night and was one of the best nights for CW in three years.  And even better was that the show is good.  The first episode set up a lot and if you're not paying attention it can get pretty confusing.  I'm not even going to try to explain what's going on.  I'm just glad to see Ms. Gellar is in fine form and was great in the show.  Here's hoping that the show continues to grow and get better.


Travis Cody said...

Dang. I missed it. This weekend I've been setting up series recordings on the DVR for my returning shows. I think there's too much, but I don't want to drop any yet.

JohnH985 said...

I'm having the same problem. It seems that there are quite a few shows I'm planning on recording.

Vinny "Bond" Marini said...

I did not think about this show and both my TiVos are programmed. Have to see if I can slip this in

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