Welcome to day 8 of the extravaganza that is the 12 Days of Bubbles. Everyone's favorite past time during the holiday season and my gift to you my eight readers.
With four days until the big day. And only six after that until New Year's, what are we looking forward to in 2016? The next presidential election. The Olympic games. Yes, but before that. What are we the American people looking forward to?
Is it the new NBC show Shades of Blue starring everyone's favorite Bronx girl Jennifer Lopez. It is. This is what the excitement is about. With Max and Emmy at home and Marc Antony out of the picture, it was time for Jennifer Lopez to settle down. Especially, after the commercial under achievement of her past A.K.A that failed to build on the comeback of her last album Love?
Now, what is the concept of police procedural drama Shades of Blue? It's going to be good old fashioned drama. There's corruption. There's bankruptcy. There are moral dilemmas. Jennifer Lopez is there. That's really all you need to know about this show.
I wish she'd gotten a better network. Yes, NBC is one of the big three, but it's the smallest of the three in my own personal homosexual opinion. This show honestly reminds me a lot of the set up that CBS has for it's long sustained Blue Bloods that also starred an aging star. There's with Tom Selleck.
Ray Liotta is also in it. I have a soft spot for him. He was in this great movie Operation Jumbo Drop back in the nineties. He is also an aging star that should draw in the senior citizens. This show would be DVR'd up if they knew how to do that.
I'll be watching. I have high hopes. This show never had to film a pilot. NBC sent it straight through for 13 episodes. This show was built to be a mid season replacement. They are expecting it to do good. And, God knows that J Lo needs a win.
I'll keep you updated on the twitter of my feelings on this show. Forewarning that my response is going to either be “yassssssssssss” or “nooooooooooooooooo”. There will be no in between. I'm ready to get hit with that 50 Shades of Blue.