It’s a late start for me today. I didn’t get home from the Ravens game last night until 1am. I’m very tired this morning. We will see if I have the energy to write anything else today. Here’s the lineup.
8pm – Dancing With the Stars
10pm – A Night in the Academy Museum – Laura Dern and Tom Hanks host a celebration of the launch of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.
8pm – FBI
9pm – FBI: International – picked up for a full season
9pm – FBI: Most Wanted – the least wanted when it comes to which FBI I want to watch.
8pm – Stargirl
9pm – Supergirl
8pm – The Resident – I hope there is a time jump. I don’t want an entire season of people being sad because a main character died.
9pm – Our Kind of People
8pm – The Voice
9pm – La Brea
10pm – New Amsterdam
Various Non-Streaming Options
Two new episodes of Vanderpump Rules on Bravo starting at 8.
A new Tyler Perry’s The Oval at 9 on BET.
A new Beat Bobby Flay on Food Network at 9 and then a new Dinner Impossible at 10. Enjoy Flay on Food Network while you can. He is leaving the network after contract negotiations broke down.
Impeachment is on FX at 10.
HGTV has a new Nate & Jeremiah at 9 and House Hunters at 10.
The series premiere of the Chucky TV show is on Syfy at 10.
A blog thought – I need to enlist a creative friend to make a Tater on TV logo for me.
I will watch the new Chucky show on Syfy soon and will have a review here.
FBI: International is now my wife’s favorite of the FBI shows. I still like the original more.
As I mentioned above, The Resident killed off a main character last week. I’m hoping it doesn’t mean weeks of people being sad all the time.
We are a week behind on New Amsterdam. I’m hoping it is back to medical stories and not relationship stories.
We watched the second episode of La Brea. It was better than the first. My wife likes it so I will watch it with her.
I like both CW shows, but have to wait to watch them with my daughter.