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I’m really loving The Librarians. Last week was a lot of fun when the team realized that fairy tales were coming to life…only, these weren’t your normal fairy tales. They were being created and manipulated by an old man (a REAL librarian) who, by “reading” from a magical book, was draining the life out of a little girl. The best part of the episode was when Ezekiel finally got the book from the guy, gave it to the little girl, and told her to make up her own stories. She made Eve a ninja princess, Jake a robot with awesome vision, and Cassandra got turned into Merlin in disguise. And the high school football team as the wolves? Pretty funny.
There are only two weeks left to this adorably fun show, since TNT is airing double episodes tonight and next week. It hasn’t been renewed yet…but it has to be, doesn’t it? I would hate to see them cancel it. It’s been too much fun to watch.
On tonight’s first episode, “And the Rule of Three,” when a group of competitive high school students start undercutting each other with witchcraft, the Librarians have to intercede before disaster destroys them all. Then on the second episode, “And the Heart of Darkness,” the Librarians encounter the House behind the legend of ALL haunted houses and set out to destroy it.
See how the Librarians defeat witchcraft and a haunted house tonight on TNT at 8/7c & 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Galavant, Guy’s Grocery Games, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Worst Cooks in America, & Cutthroat Kitchen.
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I can’t wait for tonight’s return of Episodes for its fourth season on Showtime. At the end of last season, Pucks had finally been canceled (in essence), and it looked like Sean and Beverly had finally escaped the craziness of L.A.—they refused to give in to a bidding war for one of their scripts and happily returned home to England. Meanwhile, Matt begrudgingly auditioned for a new show at NBC and got the part. However, when Elliot got wind of this, he took it personally and immediately ordered 6 more episodes of Pucks, which would contractually take precedence over any other projects and force everyone to return to the show.
How will Matt, the Lincolns, and the rest of the Pucks cast and crew take the news that they must return to churn out more episodes of this horrible sitcom? Will Sean and Beverly finally be talked into selling their other script, or will they manage to escape Hollywood after wrapping these 6 episodes of Pucks? I’m looking forward to another hilarious season of behind-the-scenes TV biz craziness!
To see how the Pucks cast handles being back in business, tune in to Showtime at 10:30/9:30c.
I’ll also be watching/recording 2015 Golden Globe Awards, Madam Secretary, The Good Wife, Galavant, Resurrection, Mulaney, The Simpsons, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Family Guy, Bob’s Burgers, Downton Abbey, Worst Cooks in America, The Librarians, Togetherness, Looking, Shameless, and Mike Tyson Mysteries.