Have you ever been at a loss as to what to watch? Too many shows to pick from? We’re here to give you our opinions on what we feel is worth watching. Check it out and then let us know in the comments below what you’re choosing for tonight!
Last week on NCIS: LA, sure, there was a case, but the bigger revelation was that Deeks is being investigated by Internal Affairs at the LAPD. Now, I have a huge complaint about that, given how little he’s actually worked with them the last six years. Why, all of a sudden, are they investigating him? What in the world could they suddenly have that needs investigating? On the actual case front, it was actually really interesting. FBI agents had set up a sting on a terrorist group that was buying explosives, but after they stopped them from driving away, their van blew up with three FBI agents inside it. NCIS was supposed to find out if the explosives were bad, but after learning more, they were tasked with figuring out who was behind the attack. It turned out to be a man whose nephew had been sent to prison for trying to blow up his school, but he blamed the FBI for recruiting the kid in the first place. In the end, the team was, of course, able to save the day. Kensi and Deeks spent the episode apart, with Deeks paired with Callen and Kensi paired with Sam. They thought it was because Hetty had found out about their relationship, but really it had more to do with the woman following them — the IA detective from LAPD. Hopefully the show isn’t setting it up so Deeks is somehow dirty. That would REALLY piss me off…
On tonight’s episode, “Blaze of Glory,” when a missile test is hijacked and sent off course, the team searches for the hacking group responsible for the attack with the help of a young computer specialist Hetty brings in to assist the team. Also, Nell sees the bond between the tech guru and Eric and she becomes jealous. (Maybe we’ll finally learn more about the vacation Eric went on with Nell to her family’s house at Christmas, huh??)
See if the team can find the hacking hijackers tonight on CBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing 2 Broke Girls, Mike & Molly, Scorpion, Food Fortunes, & Castle.
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I am really enjoying A&E’s version of The Returned. The show is sticking extremely closely to the source material, but despite already knowing what is going to happen, I am still thoroughly enjoying each episode. Last week we learned more about Julie and how she was attacked and almost killed 7 years prior. Julie’s former lover — a police officer with whom she hasn’t spoken since those events — tried to talk with her about Lucy’s similar case, but Julie sent her away. This of course set the nosy neighbor off, asking Julie why a cop was at her door, and if it had to do with Victor. Meanwhile, Camille decided to pretend she was a cousin named Alice in order to finally get out of the house and interact with others; Lena found a strange, growing scar on her back; Rowen discovered that others could actually see Simon as well; and bartender Tony discovered his dead brother (likely the man who tried to kill Julie) was back.
How will Rowen handle this news about Simon? And will she discover that her fiance has been spying on her via CCTV and trying to prevent her from seeing Simon? What is this mysterious scar on Lena’s back — she is not one of the returned, so what does it mean? And why are all of those who returned constantly hungry and eating? What does the dam burst 29 years prior have to do with Helen and the other returned? Based on the title of tonight’s episode, we’ll finally learn more about Victor, the creepy boy who doesn’t speak. We last saw him enter the nosy neighbor’s apartment. What is going to come of that?!
On tonight’s episode, “Victor,” Camille is accused of hurting Lena, who is rushed to the hospital because of her scar; Rowan grows closer to Simon and discovers Tommy has an obsessive secret; Julie has reason to believe Victor was possibly involved in a horrific death.
Find out what reason Julie has tonight on A&E at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Castle, The Following, Bates Motel, and Better Call Saul.
The knockout rounds on The Voice this year have been incredible, and I have been enjoying every single moment to the fullest. Honestly, there are times I don’t know how the judges choose between the two singers, due to the fact that the talent is so outstanding and the performances have been well executed as well. Nate Ruess is doing a fantastic job as the advisor for the coaching sessions, and I think he really has the makings of a great coach for further seasons. It’s going to be interesting to see how it plays out tonight, because Christina is the only judge left with a steal to use.
On tonight’s episode, “The Knockouts, Part 3,” the last six pairs of artists face off, singing solos of their own choosing with the help of their coaches and advisor Nate Ruess; Christina Aguilera saves one last, lucky artist from elimination, but it’s the end of the road for the other losers.
To see how the teams finish the knockout rounds and see if your favorite made it to the live shows, tune in to NBC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching The Night Shift, 2 Broke Girls, Mike & Molly, Bates Motel, The Following, Scorpion, NCIS: LA, Better Call Saul, and Food Fortunes.