Tuesday TV

Here is our guide to Tuesday’s TV lineup. Some great returning shows and some promising new ones.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Welcome to Level 7! Coulson LIVES! I’m really excited for this show. It’s produced by Joss Whedon and a lot of the credits are people from the Whedonverse. Should be high quality and intelligent; two things we’ve come to expect from Joss.

“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” coming to ABC Tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. ET this fall!

NCIS – With the departure of Ziva this season and the announcement of her replacement earlier this week, it’s sure to be a season of change. NCIS is going into it’s 11th season and it’s still a strong as ever.

NCIS airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on CBS.

NCIS: LA – Sure… the acting might not be on the same level as it is on NCIS… but you have to admit this show has heart. The relationships between all of the characters on the show are genuine and are always fun. Of course my favorite character is Deeks and in the first epsiode back this season we get to know what happened with his capture and torture. Check out the new credits for this season here.

NCIS: LA airs on Tuesdays at 9/8c on CBS.

Lucky 7 – A new drama from ABC about 7 blue collar workers who win the lottery. There has been a lot of talk about how this show is just like “Windfall” from 2006. Let’s hope that it’s good and has the ratings so it doesn’t’ get cancelled after 13 episodes like Windfall did.

Lucky 7 airs Tuesdays at 10/9c on ABC.

Some other shows are also premiering/airing tonight make sure to check out everything at TVLine.com. They come up with a great grid of all the major networks. http://tvline.com/2013/05/12/fall-tv-schedule-2013-network-primetime-grid/

Other things airing on Tuesdays (New shows in Teal):

ABC: The Goldbergs (9/24), Trophy Wife (9/24)

CBS: Person of Interest (9/24)

NBC: The Biggest Loser (10/8), The Voice (9/24), Chicago Fire (9/24)

FOX: Dads (9/17), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (9/17), New Girl (9/17), The Mindy Project (9/17)

The CW: The Originals (10/3), Supernatural (10/8)

FX: Sons of Anarchy (9/10)

Stay tuned to my blog for more updates this week on the premieres that you’ll want to tune into.

What are you looking forward to watching tonight?