It was a crazy weekend around my house, and let me tell you that I am happy it’s over! Now it’s time to focus on a week of fall finales and get ready for Christmas. Let’s see what’s on the schedule for tonight.
The Voice has been really amazing this season, with such an incredible talent pool. Last week, we watched Matthew Schuler go home, even though he is talented. This is one of the few competition shows where I feel that towards the final contestants, they all have such a high level of talent that it’s hard to see any of them go. My favorites are Will Champlin and Cole Vosbury because they have such emotion-provoking voices.
On tonight’s episode, “Semi-Finals Begin,” the top 5 singers perform for America’s votes.
To see what these talented performers have to offer, tune into NBC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching Sleepy Hollow, Almost Human, The Great Christmas Light Fight, Mike & Molly, Hostages, The Sing-Off, and Diners, Drive-ins & Dives.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
I’m still loving Almost Human. Last week, Rudy went undercover as a drug cooker. He was really adorable, trying to figure out his “character,” but he kinda sucked undercover. *laugh* In the end, even though his undercover stint wasn’t perfect, they got the bad guys (including a bad cop as the drug guy in charge) and proved the original undercover cop (an old friend of John’s) wasn’t dirty.
I love this show mainly because of the relationship that is developing between John & Dorian. John really needed a friend, and Dorian is so sweet. (I know, Kyle doesn’t like him, mainly because he hates the actor, but I love him. 🙂 ) Our whole family looks forward to this show each week, and tonight is no exception.
On tonight’s episode, “Blood Brothers,” Detective Kennex and Dorian are tasked with protecting the only remaining witness in a major murder trial, while Captain Maldonado faces off with the defendant.
Find out if John & Dorian can keep the witness safe tonight on FOX at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Bakery Boss, The Great Christmas Light Fight, Major Crimes, Mike & Molly (although why I continue to watch, I have no idea. *sigh*), Sleepy Hollow, & Diners, Drive-ins & Dives.
Last week, there was no new episode of Sleepy Hollow, but the week before, Abbie and Ichobod’s case of the week had them looking for a missing socialite who had just inherited an old, Colonial-era home. The house just happened to be the same house Ichabod and his wife had visited in the past. Abbie and Ichobod soon discovered the house was haunted and that a dormant evil force had been awakened—a tree creature came to life on the lawn and headed for the house. Meanwhile, Abbie had visions of Ichabod’s wife Katrina giving birth to a baby boy in this house the night it was taken over by evil forces. Using her visions, Abbie was able to lead them out of the house via the same path Katrina used to escape with the baby. Afterwards, Ichabod went back inside to kill the creature with his axe.
How did Ichabod not know that his wife was even pregnant, let alone had a son? Was there a reason she didn’t tell him? Where is this son now? It was Abbie’s ancestor who helped deliver Ichabod’s son, so it appears that their paths have been entwined for a long time. What does this all mean? The series has done a great job mixing this ongoing mystery with fun fish-out-of-water moments.
On tonight’s episode, “The Golem,” Ichabod needs Henry’s help to communicate with Katrina, but their contact releases a monster from purgatory.
Find out what Katrina has to say about their son tonight on FOX at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Hostages, Almost Human, Major Crimes, and Bonnie & Clyde.