Tater on TV: What’s on Tonight 11/7/21

I recorded my first Christmas show last night. A Year Without a Santa Claus was on TBS last night. An early start this year. Here is my list I made once of the Christmas shows we try to watch each year.

Now the lineup for today,


7pm – America’s Funniest Home Videos

8pm – Celebrity Wheel of Fortune – Joey Fatone, Wanya Morris, and Shawn Stockman play.

9pm – Supermarket Sweep

10pm – The Rookie


The CBS lineup might be delayed in some areas due to football.

7pm – 60 Minutes

8pn – The Equalizer

9pm – NCIS: Los Angeles

10pm – Repeat of NCIS: Hawaii


8pm – Legends of the Hidden Temple

9pm – Masters of Illusion

9:30pm – Masters of Illusion


8pm – The Simpsons

8:30pm – The Great North

9pm – Bob’s Burgers

9:30pm – Family Guy


8pm – Sunday Night Football – Tennessee Titans at LA Rams

Various Non-Streaming Options

Call the Midwife is on PBS at 8 followed by Grantchester at 9 and Baptiste at 10.

Yellowstone’s season premiere is on Paramount Network(not to be confused with Paramount Plus) at 8.

Engineering that Built the World is on History at 9 followed by When Big Things Go Wrong at 10.

The season premiere of Holiday Wars is on Food Network at 9.

Renovation, Inc: Home Sweet Home is on HGTV at 10.

The Real Housewives of Potomac is on Bravo at 8 followed by The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City at 9.

Doctor Who is on BBC America at 8.

Fear the Walking Dead is on AMC at 9 followed by The Walking Dead: World Beyond at 10.

Tater’s Thoughts

I might have to watch the Yellowstone premiere without my daughter even though she wants me to wait for her. Three main cast members were left possibly dead in the last episode. How am I supposed to wait until Thanksgiving week to find out who survived?

I will eventually get around to watching Doctor Who.

I still watch the Walking Dead shows, but I find myself getting distracted during them,


9 thoughts on “Tater on TV: What’s on Tonight 11/7/21

      1. They’re usually awesome (masterpiece. Let me add I’m a masterpiece addict, not the rest of the PBS cannon) baptiste is slow and confusing and both those things make it hard for me to get into. And granchester has evolved from a cozy mystery series to a social justice platform and it’s missing the mark on both sides. Call the midwife still solid

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  1. I got distracted by the walking dead by season 5 and gave up on it. I realize Glenns death would happen in the following season, but I also read the comic so I was aware of the brutality of that death that I didn’t need to see the live version of it.

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