Tater on TV: What’s on Tonight 9/29/21

No new shows tonight, but there are plenty of new episodes of shows that premiered last week. It’s Survivor night. my favorite night of TV.

I will have a review of La Brea up soon. I watched last night but got distracted by the Braves game updates so I need to watch the last 30 minutes or so again.


8pn – The Goldbergs – I’m curious how this show will work once all of the kids have graduated from high school.

8:30pm – The Wonder Years – You can read my review here.

9pm – The Conners – Brian Austin Green is now recurring. I’ve enjoyed all of his post 90210 work.

9:30pm – Home Economics – I like this one, but can’t watch it until my daughter is home.

10pm – A Million Little Things – I’m afraid this one will become a show I used to watch.


8pm – Riverdale

9pm – In the Dark


8pm – Survivor – Still one of my favorite shows.

9pm – Big Brother – the two-hour season finale


8pm – The Masked Singer – a good background show. I pay more attention to the guesses and the unmasking than the actual performances.

9pm – Alter Ego – an attempt to capitalize on the Masked Singer popularity by hiding regular people singers behind avatars. Looks bad.


Chicago night. I joked on Twitter yesterday with the Law & Order news that we will soon have Law & Order: NCIS – A Chicago FBI Story.

8pm – Chicago Med

9pm – Chicago Fire

10pm – Chicago PD

Various Non-Streaming Options

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo.

Guy’s Grocery Games on Food Network at 9.

American Horror Story on FX at 10.

Curb Appeal Xtreme on HGTV at 8 followed by Houses With History at 9.


7 thoughts on “Tater on TV: What’s on Tonight 9/29/21

  1. Have you ever thought of doing Taters Picks…sort of where you highlight one show every day you think people should watch…or maybe a best of streaming from whatever streaming services you use?

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      1. Honestly I love your daily list. It reminds me to tape stuff or if something could be interesting. I also love that you include food network and those other channels that people like but aren’t always in the forefront.

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      2. I think that would be really cool. You could also do daily specials like, Why are we watching X and not Y….like most ver rated show and most underrated. Or an if you liked X because of group dynamic, try y, where you compare old popular shows with new offerings. Or rerun of the week where you talk about a movie on FX or something that they replay multiple times and you can’t help but watch. The fall starts me off with tv ideas and your daily recaps have got me thinking about angles that I would love to read about

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