NBC hooked me with the new show ‘Revolution’. The story follows a young lady on her search to find her brother who was kidnapped by the Militia, the army that killed her father. She then needs to track down her uncle who supposedly holds the secret to the reason for the ‘Blackout’. We meet Miles and the gang fifteen years after the blackout where they are trying to survive without electricity in the world that has now reverted back to savage behaviors. I’m a hard viewer to get with this type of show, but I admit I didn’t miss a single episode and am looking forward to its return this spring.

ABC’s “Nashville’ was certainly hyped well before its debut in the fall and I think it has lived up to the hype. It started off a little slow for my taste but I was determined to stick with it hoping that the characters would become more mysterious and interesting. The show’s writers have delivered on that end and have kept me watching and wanting more. The music is solid to with the shows stars coming through with strong vocal performances. Both the shows star’s Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere received Golden Globe nominations for their roles on the show.

Fox got my attention with the new sitcom ‘The Mindy Project’. This is one funny show that my brother turned me on to a few episodes in. The characters are likeable and the plot lines are fun. The show is about a young Ob/Gyn doctor who balances her personal and professional life, surrounded by quirky co-workers in a small office. This show has a regular spot on my DVR.  The show was created by Mindy Kaling who also stars in the show.  You may recognize her from 'The Office'.