Yikes. I can’t believe fall TV is already starting up next week—I’m not ready for this yet! However, one thing I AM ready for is this whole football season to end! It’s only the second official week, and football is already messing with my TV shows—tonight’s Rookie Blue doesn’t even air here until 1:07am on Saturday, due to the Patriots game! Why can’t these networks just air the national programming and save the sports for the sports networks?! But enough of my ranting. Here’s what non-sports programming we suggest you check out tonight.
Tonight, after 7 seasons and a TV movie, Burn Notice finally comes to a close. This whole season, Michael has been heading down a dark path as he went deeper and deeper undercover. Last week, it seemed like he even changed sides, joining James’s mission to betray the CIA. Michael’s friends and family tried to track him to get the truth, but just uncovered more lies. Maddie was forced to go on the run, burning her house down as a safety precaution. As last week’s episode came to a close, Fi confronted Michael, demanding he choose between her and his mission, and then a gun went off.
Who was shot? What will Michael choose? Is there still hope for a happy ending, or is Michael too far gone? Will Michael and his friends take down James? And who won’t make it through tonight’s episode alive?
On tonight’s episode, “Reckoning,” Michael struggles to regain the trust of those whom he betrayed, while James works feverishly to bring him down.
See how it ends tonight on USA Network at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Big Brother, Rookie Blue, The X Factor, Graceland, Supermarket Superstar, Childrens Hospital, and NTSF:SD:SUV::.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
I’m quite enjoying Lifetime’s Supermarket Superstar. Like Kyle, I always have to shake my head when the home cooks argue and fuss and don’t take the advice given to them by the mentors. I’m very interested to see the final rounds to find out which product will be the ultimate winner.
On tonight’s episode, “Barbeque,” a debt collector in search of a new career, an Iraq war widow struggling to support four kids, and a California dreamer compete to get their product on supermarket shelves across the country. After reformatting their recipes, the cooks’ barbeque products are presented to a focus group of die-hard tailgaters who must decide which dishes are really bringing their “A game” to the table.
Find out which dish comes out on top tonight on Lifetime at 10:30/9:30c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Burn Notice, Chef Wanted with Anne Burrell, Owner’s Manual, & Graceland.
Rookie Blue has had an incredible season in my opinion, and I am so sad that it’s over already! Last week, we watched from the edge of our seats while the adorable Chloe was shot, and we found out that there is a vendetta against 15 Division. We learned that it was actually Kevin Ford—the perp that Marlo had been stalking—who was behind the shootings. During the time at the hospital, Dov ended up sitting next to a guy that turned out to be Chloe’s husband—another officer. Seriously!?! She’s married? I don’t know where that’s going to go, but poor Dov! At the end of the episode, we found out that Oliver had been kidnapped by Ford and the mess was far from over. I am so freaking out, because I have no idea what’s going to happen, and if we lose Chloe or Nick, I’m going to be very unhappy.
On tonight’s season finale, “You Can See the Stars,” in the wake of violent targeted attacks on 15 Division, Andy, Swarek, and their fellow officers begin to piece together a past crime in order to find out what has happened to Oliver Shaw.
To see how this all turns out, tune in to ABC at 10/9c.
NOTE: Check your local listings, because some of the eastern states will be pre-empted for football.
I’ll also be watching The X Factor.