Friday, July 24, 2015

Eight Days Of The Week: Saturday

Finishing off the Eight Days series has taken a little longer than I had anticipated. Hopefully I will get to Sunday before the start of the new fall season. Saturday proved a little tricky. Most of the major networks don't air original programming on Saturday nights, a night they assume we either out partying, or in with a good movie. This forced me to take a few liberties with my Saturday choices. Some of the shows that I included, are repeat airings the networks recycle for repeat viewings on the Weekend. Some are shows I first saw on PBS on Saturday with the only really original Saturday night show being Saturday Night Live.

Bret Harrison in The Astronaut Wives Club

I have not watched The Astronauts Wives Club, nor do I think the show will stick around long enough for me to want to. But I loved Bret Harrison on Reaper and the short lived 2011 version of V.

James Norton in Grantchester

James Norton was my first, and the easiest choice for the list. A quick search of my recent posts about James on FH will give you a good idea why.

Jay Pharoah in Saturday Night Live

When it came to SNL, there were a few obvious choices, all equally funny and talented. When push came to shove though the hottest to me by far is Pharoah.

Pharoah with Taran Killam, Bobby Moynihan and host Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Eric Christian Olsen in NCIS: Los Angeles

I have never seen a minute of any of any of the NCIS shows, unless it being on a constant loop in the background at my parents counts. However, I am not immune to the cuteness and charm, not to mention the beautiful behind of Eric Christian Olsen.

Aidan Turner in Poldark

Now Poldark I want to see. I have not yet watched, but am hoping to catch up one of these days. The deliciously furry Aidan Turner is more than enough inspiration to give it a shot!

1 comment:

Steve said...

I don't know when it airs on SyFy, but the werewolf drama 'Bitten' airs in Canada on Saturday nights and there's been no shortage of hot guys on that show as seen here:

or here: