Fall = New TV

autumn leavesDespite the scorching temperatures today, it is, as of September 22nd, officially fall! I love this time of year. In Houston we may not have the multitude of changes that sweep over other parts of the country, but we do have our own version of fall. The temperatures will (slowly) start to drop and the leaves will (eventually) change color. There will be acorns and dry leaves for crunching, pumpkins for carving and pie-making, and bonfires for marshmallow roasting. Most important of all, there will be new episodes of my favorite television shows!

If you are like me, each new TV season brings not only old favorites, but new shows I wish I had time to watch and returning shows that suddenly spark my interest. If I watched everything I wanted to, I’d never do anything else!

Still wondering how to plan your TV watching this season? Take a look at TV Guide’s handy Fall TV Schedule and see what each network has to offer. Don’t forget to set your DVR!

Are you curious about a show you have heard about but never seen? Have you forgotten what happened at the end of last season? Are you tired of commercials?

Browse the HCPL catalog and request previous seasons of popular TV shows on DVD today!

Kimberly’s TV Picks by Network:


ChuckThe Office


Hawaii Five-0NCISCriminal MindsBig Bang Theory






Gossip GirlVampire DiariesSmallvilleSupernatural

Flickr CC: Autumn colors - autumn leaves / Colors de tardor - fulles de tardor Photo by: ferran-jorda


I have to add my favorite

I have to add my favorite sitcom returning series on Fox: The Simpsons. I still love it after all these years.

I can't honestly say that The

I can't honestly say that The Simpsons is one of my favorite shows, but they certainly seem to have found the formula for success. Twenty-two seasons! What an accomplishment!