Under the radar: TV shows you should be watching

“Happy Endings”
Entering its third season on ABC, “Happy Endings” is funnier than ever and is literally laugh out loud fun.
The writing is fresh and sharp. With a cast with insanely great chemistry, there is never a dull moment to be watched Tuesday nights. With a full season order of 23 episodes, this season is bound for comedy greatness!

This show is almost a newer version of “Friends,” except no show could or ever will compare to the greatness of “Friends.”
“Happy Endings” airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. CST on ABC.
“Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23”
Starting its second season, also on ABC Tuesday nights, “Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23” is putting “mean girl funny” on the map.
With its hilarious cast, this show proves to be a cult classic. It borders the line between racy and all out filth, but that is what makes it the comedic gem it is. The ratings have not been favorable, but they have not been terrible either. One good thing is it’s a critic’s darling, and the people who do love it are loyal and continue to tune in each week. Maybe that is just me, but who the hell really cares. I love it, and I’m sticking with it.
“Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23” airs Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. CST on ABC.
“Sons of Anarchy”
Currently in the middle of its fifth season on FX, “Sons of Anarchy” is still proving to be one of the most shocking and brilliantly written shows on all of television.
The current season is ratings gold, beating out the previous four seasons. It is the top cable show Tuesday nights.
Beginning this season, Jax’s rule has a shaky start after the One-Niners attack one of SAMCRO’s gun shipments, Gemma makes a new ally during a night of drinking, an irritated Tara has trouble ascending to her role as queen and mother and Clay attempts to get into the club’s good graces by revealing part of the truth about Piney’s death. With the heart-wrenching death of Opie and the rise of gang member Damon Pope, the ride for revenge is sure to be thrilling!
“Sons of Anarchy” airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. CST on FX.
 “Covert Affairs”
Finishing up the last half of its fourth season, USA Network’s “Covert Affairs” is kicking ass and taking names every week.
Airing Tuesday nights, this spy-based show is one of the best action/drama shows on the air. It stars Piper Perabo, the famed actress from the film “Coyote Ugly,” as a sexy spy working for the CIA as a field operative with a varied skill usage.
Each week is packed with ass kicking and intense action scenes all wrapped up in a great storyline.
“Covert Affairs” airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. CST on USA Network.
“The Neighbors”
Debuting in its freshman year, “The Neighbors,” airing Wednesday nights, takes a page from the past to create a hysterical new show.
When I say it “takes a page from the past,” I believe this show draws from the old comedy “3rd Rock from the Sun.” It incorporates aliens coming to Earth in the form of humans and learning how to interact with a family who moves into their neighborhood. The show puts a new spin on the humans’ reaction to aliens. Unlike shows before, this family accepts the aliens, and they decide to take them under their wing and help them become better adapted to the new world.
Each episode hilariously depicts different situations or life events the aliens have to experience and adjust to. The acting is quite excellent, and the facial expressions are outrageously funny at times.
The ratings have been quite good despite unfavorable preseason reviews, and it has been officially picked up for a full season. This show may seem extremely odd at first, but in time you will find it is a true comedic hit.
“The Neighbors” airs Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. CST on ABC.