Enjoy your shows now before everyone shuts down production again and we are back to repeats. Maybe the networks will buy some more shows from elsewhere to air again.
7pm – America’s Funniest Home Videos
8pm – Celebrity Wheel of Fortune – Marcia Cross, Karl-Anthony Towns, and Anthony Anderson play.
9pm – Supermarket Sweep
10pm – The Rookie
The CBS lineup might be delayed by football.
7:30pm – 60 Minutes
8:30pm – The Equalizer
9:30pm – NCIS: Los Angeles
10:30pm – SWAT
8pm – Legends of the Hidden Temple
9pm – Superman & Lois – a repeat episode
8pm – Call Me Kat – the season premiere
8:30pm – Pivoting – series premiere. Three women make a series of life-changing decisions following the death of a childhood friend. It is a comedy.
9pm – Bob’s Burgers
9:30pm – Family Guy
8pm – Sunday Night Football – Chargers at Raiders
Various Non-Streaming Options
Around the World in 80 Days is on PBS at 8 followed by All Creatures Great and Small at 9 and Vienna Blood at 10.
Claws is on TNT at 9.
Guy’s Chance of a Lifetime is on Food Network at 9 followed by Alex vs America at 10.
Home Town is on HGTV at 8, 9, and 10.
BTK: Confession of a Serial Killer is on A & E at 9 and 10.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta is on Bravo at 8 followed by Real Housewives of Salt Lake City at 9.
I might watch Celebrity Wheel of Fortune for the first time because KAT is one of my favorite former UK basketball players.
My wife watches Equalizer and we both watch SWAT.
I will give Pivoting a try, especially since a critic compared it to Happy Endings, one of my favorite sitcoms that was canceled too soon.
We watched the first episode of Around the World in 80 Days last week and enjoyed it.