Fall TV Poll: What Will You Watch on Mondays?

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The Fall TV season will be here before you know it, and tough viewing choices arrive with it. We’ve decided the time to get thinking about them is now.

Each day this week, TVLine will show you the grid for that night’s fall line-up, including the broadcast networks’ wares and select cable listings. You then vote for what you plan to watch LIVE during each time slot (since live/live-ish viewership is still the creme de la creme when it comes to ratings, whether anyone likes it or not).

RELATED | TVLine’s Handy Fall TV Grid: Your Guide to What Will Be on When, and Versus What

One last caveat before we get to the polls: This is not a popularity contest. Organizing a robo-vote for a certain show will not get Stana Katic or Alex O’Loughlin to playfully handcuff you. So have faith in the merit of your individual choices, then watch to see how many others legitimately line up aside you.

NOTES ABOUT THE MONDAY GRID: Grids represent the face-offs taking place for at least six weeks of the fall TV season; that’s why, for example, Secret Life (which finales Sept. 3) isn’t included. Details on new shows (indicated in RED) can be found at these links: Major Crimes, The Mob Doctor, Partners, Perception, Revolution.







Comments (160)

  • watching 90210 and Hawaii Five-0

    Comment by Chris Dy (@chrisdy4) – June 16, 2012 03:46 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • I’ll watch HIMYM and catch the latter half hour of Bones (It’s just not the same show I used to love anymore). I don’t know what I’ll watch the next hour but I’ll be catching Castle as well. Last season was “meh” for me but that season finale totally made up for all that. :D

    Comment by Alex – June 17, 2012 08:51 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Mondays at 10 is a log jam for me. I already watch Castle and Hawaii 5-0. I really, really want to try out Revolution. I guess what I watch live and what I DVR will be determined by what is readily available On Demand. I don’t understand why NBC took one of its most promising new shows and put it opposite two already popular, well rated shows.

    Comment by Amy – June 17, 2012 09:33 AM PDT  Reply To This Post

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