"The Millers" (CBS) - don't really like the premise of Will Arnett's character having to deal with his old parents splitting up and sowing some oats, and showing us his disgust at his parents' antics. Can't see it lasting a season. I'm out.
"Mom" (CBS) - terrible show. That's as positive as I can be about it.
"We Are Men" (CBS) - Not really liking the cast chemistry so far, maybe a little too much of a frat house show in spirit. Don't think it'll last a season. I'm probably out after 2 episodes... may give it one more episode, though.
"Super Fun Night" (ABC) - The pilot episode was a slog to get through, but there's some potential with Rebel Wilson, but her character is too much of a doormat for now. Might give it a few episodes more.
"Back in the Game" (ABC) - It's like "The Bad News Bears Grew Up" when it came to Amanda and Buttermaker, but the comedy is funny enough. Plus Maggie Lawson is easy on the eyes. I'll stick with it for now.
"The Trophy Wife" (ABC) - can't really get into this show after 2 episodes, so it's off the viewing schedule for now. Maybe I can only take so much for a show about an extended family in a comedy. But the Asian kid is funny.
"The Goldbergs" (ABC) - sort of like the Wonder Years, but without the longing and angst, but plenty of snark. Lots of screaming between family members, but at the end of the day, they all love each other. Will stick with it for a bit. This show probably hits home for a lot of 40-somethings.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" (Fox) - surprisingly, this doesn't suck, but middle of the road for me, giving it a few more episodes. It feels like "The Office" if it had taken place in a police precinct.
"Sean Saves the World" - if you liked "Will and Grace", you'll probably enjoy Sean Hayes doing physical comedy schtick in this show. I'll stick with it for a few more episodes.
"Welcome to the Family" (NBC) - seems like a movie premise, can't see it lasting an entire season, not going to stick with it.