Today is Veteran’s Day. In TV world that means war movie marathons. If war movies are your thing, today is your day. Looks like at least AMC, Paramount, and TCM are running them.
8pm – Station 19 – looks like a real crossover with Grey’s this week.
9pm – Grey’s Anatomy – someone from the Station 19 hour dies yet the start of the show is out of the main action in a separate, boring story.
10pm – Big Sky
8pm – Young Sheldon
8:30pm – United States of Al
9pm – Ghosts
9:30pm – B Positive
10pm – Bull
8pm – Walker
9pm – Legacies
8pm – Thursday Night Football – Ravens at Dolphins
8pm – The Blacklist
9pm – Law & Order: SVU
10pm – Organized Crime
Various Non-Streaming Options
Million Dollar LA is on Bravo at 8 followed by Project Runway at 9 and Watch What Happens Live at 10.
Christmas Cookie Challenge is on Food Network at 9.
Flipping 101 With Tarek is on HGTV at 9 followed by House Hunters at 10.
Tacoma FD is on Tru TV at 10.
Chrisley Knows Best is on USA at 8:30 followed by America’s Big Deal at 9.
My intent tonight was to watch Station 19 and Grey’s somewhat live tonight to see if they would kill off a main character. Then I checked the Ravens schedule and realized they play tonight so I will be watching football instead.
I enjoy Big Sky, but it is confusing that Big Sky is based on books by CJ Box and there is also Big Sky by Kate Atkinson that is in the same series as Case Histories that was also made into a TV show. That confusion happened again in a conversation yesterday.
Walker is one of the shows we are up to date on.
We are also current on United States of Al since sometimes we have just enough time for a 30 minute show and it is one of two we watch together.