What to Watch Wednesday

Super Fun Night is the newest project of Rebel Wilson’s. The show is also produced by Conan O’Brien. Apparently the first episode that is being aired is actually the second episode (according to Huffington Post). We’ll see how the season shapes up and if this one sticks around. But it might be worth checking out the first few episodes.

Check out this fun music video the cast did as a viral video promo.

Super Fun Night premieres Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 9:30 p.m. ET. on ABC

Modern Family just won it’s fourth consecutive Emmy on Sunday for Best Comedy. Let’s see if this season can live up to the rest. The powerhouse cast really does a great job but I’m wondering if the show can stand up to the awards and praise. I stopped watching halfway through last season as I wasn’t finding the show as hilarious as usual. But I’m willing to give them another try.

Modern Family returns Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 9:00 p.m. ET. on ABC

Nashville was my favorite new show last year. Tonight it starts it’s second season and I can’t wait to find out what happens to all the characters; especially what happens after Rayna and Deacon’s car crash.

As a bonus: One of my favorite scenes from last season

Nashville returns Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 10:00 p.m. ET. on ABC

Top Chef - Season 11

Top Chef is the first competitive cooking show that I ever watched and now I’m hooked on them all. Although Top Chef has gotten noticeably contrived in its gags and “surprise guests”; Top Chef Masters this season had Yo Gabba Gabba and Mexican Style Wrestlers; I hope that they continue to use the formula from last season in Seattle and just let the Chefs cook.

Top Chef returns Wednesday, Oct, 2 at 10:00 p.m. ET. on Bravo

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

ABC: The Middle (9/25), Back in the Game (9/25),

CBS: Survivor (9/18) , Criminal Minds (10/25), CSI (9/25)

NBC: Revolution (9/25), Law & Order: SVU (9/25), Ironside (10/2)

FOX: The X Factor (9/11)

The CW: Arrow (10/9), The Tomorrow People (10/9)

FX: American Horror Story: Coven (10/9), Always Sunny in Philadelphia (9/4)

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/

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?