Wednesday TV: How To Live With Your Parents, Spies of Warsaw, Forever Young
Apr 03 2013 07:54 am CET
A number of new shows are premiering tonight. ABC has the new comedy How to Live with Your Parents, BBC America has the new drama Spies of Warsaw, and TV Land has the new reality show Forever Young. Here's what's on TV Wednesday.
First up, ABC has rejiggered its Wednesday lineup. Suburgatory moves to 8:30pm to make room for How to Live with Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life). A single mom (Sarah Chalke) moves in with her parents who are a little off-kilter. The "new beginnings for single moms" sub-genre has not been too successful this season (Ben & Kate was cancelled; The New Normal limped to the finish line) – can ABC make this work? Find out at 9:30pm.
Over on BBC America, Spies of Warsaw is the newest political thriller. Mercier, a French military officer, gets caught up in the intrigue prior to World War II after falling for a lawyer in Paris who lets slip what Germany has been working on. Oops. The two-hour premiere begins at 9pm.
The last premiere tonight is the TV Land reality show Forever Young. On this show, five seniors – all over 70 – live with five people under the age of 30 to see what they have in common. Seeing as my parents are over 70 and I just turned 30, I'm not entirely sure why I'm not getting residuals. Sigh. Catch the debut at 10pm.
Mike McComb – TVLatest.com