Does the Future Continuous create the idea of a planned action as well as the Present Continuous does?
If I say "I am seeing Jim tomorrow." I think it means that I have arranged it.
It's also OK to say "I will be seeing Jim tomorrow." Does it mean that the action has been planned?
On the other hand, I could say "I think I will see Jim tomorrow."
So, is it planned or spontaneous? If it's planned, how does it differ from the Present Continuous?