Fall into season premieres

Out with the old, in with the new

By Casey Samyn
Campus Life Editor

Eating America with Anthony Anderson
Mondays at 10:30 p.m.
The Food Network.

Anthony Anderson treks around America sampling foods from different parts of the country, showing how diverse America is.

The show encases the several different types of cultures in the United States. Anderson truly answers the question of what American food actually is and shows what comes out of the melting pot.

The Food Network said, “Anthony will travel to the most colorful and delicious festivals in America, tasting everything from classic interpretations to surprising twists.”

Doctor Who
Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.
BBC America

Peter Capaldi is the brand new version of the famous Doctor in series eight of “Doctor Who.”

Compared to the last three doctors of the so named “Nu-Who,” Capaldi is much older, promising the die-hard fans of “Old Who” a return to the show’s original roots while still tying in the more recent elements of the beloved Doctor’s personality.

Many viewers are intrigued by Capaldi, who is a long-time fan of the show, and how he might react to the show’s producer Steven Moffat who has received much negative criticism over the direction he is taking the show in.

Series eight premiered Aug. 23; however, anyone looking for the first episode can check the BBC website, where it is available to view for free until Saturday, Nov. 15.

Girl Meets World
Fridays at 8:30 p.m.
Disney Channel

girlmeetsworldFourteen years after Cory and Topanga’s series “Boy Meets World” came to a close, Disney Channel’s “Girl Meets World” aired June 27. The show features returning actors Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel as Cory and Topanga. The couple started a family; their children are 12-year-old Riley, the star of the show, and her little brother Auggie who is five.

Avid fans of “Boy Meets World” tuned in to see how the generation gap would play out for this show. Many want to see a continuation of the classic humor of “Boy Meets World,” while some want to see it fail and are firm believers that “Girl Meets World” can go nowhere.

Viewers can tune in to Disney Channel on Fridays at 8:30 p.m. to watch the show.

 

There will be a continuation of this article in the print edition of Sept. 15. Stay tuned for more hit TV premiers.