Wednesday Night TV

While Wednesday is not known for being the best night in TV there are still plenty of great choices for Wednesday night! Wednesday night seems to be best on ABC and Fox!

ABC

Hank (8:00 – 8:30 PM): Hank is about a corporate tycoon who is forced out of his job when his company downsizes. The show focuses on how Hank has to adjust to life spending more time with his family rather than working! The show is quite amusing and touches base with a lot of real families who have been through the same situation; although hopefully not with as much comedy.

Modern Family (9:00 – 9:30 PM): Modern FamilyModern Family is a hysterical new television show from ABC. It was hilarious from the premier and that same raw and entertaining reality continues through the present. The show focuses on the life of a very mixed up family. Add one part family, two parts gay, one part interracial relationship and a whole lot of craziness and the result is ABC’s new hit Modern Family. Modern Family draws its comedy from the differences and the interaction of the family and is truly a show that anyone can enjoy.

NBC

Mercy (8:00 – 9:00 PM) – NBC’s new series Mercy focuses on the professional lives and friendship of three nurses. The idea of the show isn’t half bad but the results are less than satisfactory. Fans of series such as Scrubs will find that Mercy does not provide that same element of comedy in the hospital setting but much more of a drama based feel. Fans of the Drama scene may enjoy Mercy and find that it has something new and fresh to offer.

Jay Leno Show (10:00 – 11:00 PM) – The Jay Leno show is hilarious and NBC’s strongest offering for Wednesday Night. Fans of satirical and situational comedy will be thrilled with the amusing viewpoints and comments that come from Jay Leno. In the style of classic late night comedy television Jay Leno brings a new flare to Wednesday Nights; be sure to catch Jay Leno before you go to sleep Wednesday Nights.

CBS

Gary Unmarried (8:30 – 9:00 PM) – Gary Unmarried is a down to earth comedy focusing on the life of Gary; a divorced guy who has to juggle his ex-wife, his kids and a spicy new romance. The show draws its humor from just how difficult it can be to start a new romance in the midst of raising children and getting the ex out of the picture.

CSI: NY (10:00 – 11:00 PM) – Fans of the CSI series either hate of love CSI: NY. Newcomers will have to make that decision as well. CSI: NY much like its original counter-part CSI focuses on a team of Crime Scene Investigators who have to reverse engineer every crime scene to find out what happened, how it happened and who was responsible! They almost always capture the criminal and there is a whole lot of great technology and science mixed in; even a little drama!

Fox

GleeSo You Think You Can Dance (8:00 – 9:00 PM) – Another fast-paced reality series from Fox that keeps viewers on the edge of their seat with anticipation, So You Think You Can Dance is one big Dance Competition. The best dancer is determined over the span of 12 grueling weeks and will keep viewers coming back every Wednesday Night for more!

Glee (9:00 – 10:00) – Glee is a hilarious musical comedy that comes in the form of one hour segments every week. Each episode contains about 4 musical performances and follows the story of a Spanish Teacher who takes over a schools Glee club filled with misfits and turns it into something great!

CW

America’s Next Top Model (8:00 – 9:00 PM) – America’s Next Top Model is a reality show similar to the countless others currently on television however this particular show focuses on the fashion world. Judges are often celebrities in the fashion world and help to narrow down the contestants.

Fly Girls (9:00 – 10:00 PM) – Fly Girls follows the lives of five flight attendants on the “Virgin America” airline. The show details their lives, the glamorous locations they visit, the adventures they peruse and even the love they might or might not find!

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