Network TV is back in a big way this week, with most of The CW’s programming returning and giving us a very full week in TV. First, Noel and Kate look at a few of the week’s comedies, including the entire first season of Angie Tribeca. Then they take on a gargantuan week in genre, including a preview of The X-Files’ new miniseries and looks at the premieres of The 100, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and Agent Carter. Last up are the dramas, including the premieres of London Spy and War and Peace. Afterward, Les Chappell of The A.V. Club returns to the DVD Shelf to talk the globetrotting action series Strike Back.

Errata: In this episode, Kate states that Ray Wise is a supporting cast member on Idiotsitter. This is incorrect: The character in question is played by Stephen Root. The Televerse regrets the error!

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DVD Shelf: Strike Back with Les Chappell (1:29:43)

Our Week in Comedy
black-ish (9:18)
Adventure Time (13:12)
Idiotsitter premiere (15:09)
Man Seeking Woman (16:32)
Younger (19:37)
Angie Tribeca Season 1 (20:10)

Our Week in Genre
Preview The X-Files miniseries (30:16)
The 100 premiere (38:03)
Heroes Reborn finale (40:20)
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow pilot (42:03)
Agent Carter premiere (48:22)
Supergirl (55:50)
The Flash (1:01:06)
The Shannara Chronicles (1:06:40)

Our Week in Drama
London Spy premiere (1:10:09)
War and Peace premiere (1:13:35)
Limitless (1:19:07)
The Good Wife (1:23:56)

Music Featured: Angie Tribeca Theme song; “Love Will Keep Us Together” by Captain and Tennille; “Rich Girl” by Hall & Oates; Strike Back Theme song

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