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!
Some would say I’m predictable in my television choices because lately they consist of procedurals and medical dramas. However, if loving shows like Code Black makes me mundane, then I’m okay with that. Honestly, I have fallen in love with this show. It is a very well-written, intriguing drama that leaves me wanting more every week.
Last week, we saw Mario struggle with the reality that he got stuck with a needle that had been in a patient with HIV. He panicked but also pretended he’d be fine. Angus figured it out in the end and helped Mario deal with it. Christa was put in the pit to deal with all the patients, but she needed Neal’s help, which is apparently awkward because something happened the night before on their date – which I hope means that they are going to end up together in an actual couple, not just colleagues who have a sexual chemistry. I’m really excited to see where the show takes us, and you should be too, so don’t forget to watch.
On tonight’s episode, “The Son Rises,” when the lead actor of the musical “The Lion King” tour arrives at Angels Memorial with a throat infection, Leanne gives him a diagnosis that puts both his career and life in jeopardy. Also, the doctors and the cast of “The Lion King” help a 17-year-old boy deal with the difficult decision of taking his father off life support.
To see if they can help the actor before he loses his dream career, tune in to CBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching Rosewood, Empire, and Cutthroat Kitchen.
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I always look forward to NBC’s annual live musical event – first we got The Sound of Music, last year was Peter Pan, and this year they’ll be easin’ on down to The Wiz. As much as I enjoy the live performances, what I actually look forward to even more than the musical itself is the annual making-of special that NBC airs the week before the big event. I’m always fascinated to see process of putting together a large production like this.
On tonight’s, “The Making of the Wiz Live!” viewers will get a behind-the-scenes look at everything that goes into preparing for the one-night-only spectacle. We’ll get an inside look at every stage of the process (well, except the live performance itself) – from casting the show to designing and creating the sets and costumes, to the staging and rehearsals. I’m excited to get a glimpse behind the scenes before the big three-hour live event airs on Thursday December 3.
Don’t miss the fun before the performance tonight on NBC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching Survivor.