A Feast For The Eyes: Hot Men To Watch For On TV This Fall

As we all break out our sweaters and socks as the cool weather approaches, a brand-new fall TV season is about to begin. And despite the air getting cooler outside, our TV screens will be heating up indoors – with some very hot men. So as you sip your pumpkin spice latte, please enjoy A Feast For The Eyes – Hot Men To Watch For On TV This Fall.

9. Jason O’Mara – The Man In The High Castle

A Feast For The Eyes: Hot Men To Watch For On TV This Fall

One Season Curse:  The best thing about Terra Nova was Jason O’Mara shirtless in almost every episode. 20th Century Fox

This lovely Irishman seems to suffer from the one season curse. Jason O’Mara has starred in a number of shows that lasted only one season. The first was the U.S. version of Life On Mars. This one should have been a hit – had an interesting story and a great cast that included Harvey Keitel and Michael Imperioli. It was one of the rare cop shows I made an exception for, because it involved time travel. Then he starred in yet another show that only lasted one season – Terra Nova.

O’Mara was also featured on the one season of Vegas. This show should have been on for more than one season. It included an all-star cast including Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis. I blame the American public’s penchant for their enjoyment of boring, formulaic television, like CSI, Law and Order and all those terrible Chicago shows. You can watch O’Mara this fall on a unique show with an amazing plot, The Man In The High Castle. Season 4 premieres on November 15 on Amazon Prime Video.

Ultimate Hotness Level: As Sam Tyler on Life On Mars.

8. Michael Che – Saturday Night Live

Outlet For Ridiculous Emotions: Michael Che hosting Weekend Update. NBC

As if being hot wasn’t enough, Michael Che is funny too. The handsome co-host of Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update segment is also a stand-up comedian. Che and Colin Jost also hosted the 2018 Emmy Awards. One of his earliest debuts was as a correspondent on The Daily Show With John Stewart. Watch for Che as the 45th season of SNL premieres September 28.

Ultimate Hotness Level: His wicked sense of humour.

7. David Tennant – Criminal And Good Omens

If You’re Heading To Hell, Take Me With You: David Tennant as Crowley in Good Omens. Prime

I’ve never found David Tennant particularly attractive, but there’s something about his portrayal of a demon in Amazon Prime Video’s Good Omens (recently renewed for season 2) that makes me want to jump his bones. The Brit actor will also star in the upcoming Netflix series Criminal, which debuts on September 20.

Ultimate Hotness Level: Without a doubt, as Crowley in Good Omens.

6. Yannick Bisson – Murdoch Mysteries

What have you, George?: Yannick Bisson as William Murdoch. CBC Television

Dubbed (by me, and others I’m sure) as the handsomest man on Canadian television, Yannick Bisson will be back on our television screens soon. 50-year-old Bisson has been playing Detective William Murdoch on the hit CBC show since 2006. I met him in 2015 at a Murdoch Mysteries Fan Day, and trust me, his hotness level was off the charts. Murdoch Mysteries Season 13 premieres on CBC Television on September 16.

Ultimate Hotness Level: As Detective William Murdoch on Murdoch Mysteries, of course.

5. Cody Fern – American Horror Story: 1984

A Feast For The Eyes: Hot Men To Watch For On TV This Fall

Son Of Satan: Cody Fern in American Horror Story: Apocalypse. FX

This hottie came to my attention in 2018 when I first saw him in The Assassination Of Gianni Versace. It was not only the best mini-series of the year, it featured some damn fine men, including Cody Fern. He also did a great job playing the main villain in last year’s American Horror Story: Apocalypse. Watch for him in this year’s American Horror Story: 1984, which premieres on FX September 18.

Ultimate Hotness Level: As son of the devil Michael Langdon in AHS: Apocalypse.

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Fall TV Premiere Dates Canada 2018

Droughtlander Is Almost Over!: Outlander returns November 4.

With fall looming, cooler temperatures will be ushered in and all our favourite (and not-so-favourite) TV shows return! So grab a pumpkin spice latte, or ice-cap or whatever it is you enjoy (personally, I like a good pumpkin pie vape liquid) and get ready to hibernate. Here is a list of fall TV premieres in Canada, with commentary, when warranted. If you don’t agree with me, or I’m missing your favourite show on my list, please feel free to comment and let me know!

September 2018

Wednesday, September 12:

American Horror Story – Apocalypse – (FX Canada)
Season 8 is being described as a combination between season 1 and season 3. If it’s anywhere near as good as season 7 – Cult or season 5 – Hotel was, then viewers will be in for a deliciously horror filled fall season.

Friday, September 14
Norm Macdonald Has a Show (Netflix Canada)
BoJack Horseman (Netflix Canada)

Tuesday, September 18
This Hour Has 22 Minutes (CBC)
This half hour comedy is a Canadian staple that guarantees weekly laughs as they send up Canadian and American politicians alike. I’m waiting with bated breath to see their take on Ontario’s newly-elected bully-in-charge Doug Ford.

Wednesday, September 19
I Feel Bad
(2-part episode) (Global)
I Feel Bad looks quirky and funny. It’s also produced by Amy Poehler, which is a plus in my books! I’ll definitely be tuning into this one.

Thursday, Sept. 20
Dragons’ Den (CBC)

Sunday, Sept. 23
Anne With an E
(CBC)
Like there haven’t been enough Anne of Green Gables TV series – thanks but I’ll pass.
9-1-1 (Part 1) (Global)
I generally don’t like cop shows, and the ads with Jennifer Love-Hewitt front and center, sticking out her huge boobs, doesn’t exactly help either .

Monday, September 24

Murdoch Mysteries – (CBC)
This is a cop show I make an exception for –  it takes place in the early 1900’s and is filmed all over Southwestern Ontario. Murdoch Mysteries is full of drama and even some comedic moments, not to mention Yannick Bisson is definitely easy on the eyes.

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