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!
Tonight, The Walking Dead returns to finally answer the question that’s on everyone’s minds… Who was at the receiving end of Lucille’s brutal blows?! As the sixth season came to an end, Negan and his Saviors had corralled Rick and the gang into a trap. Negan forced his captives to get on their knees in a line, and then he told them he was going to beat one of them to death with his barbed-wire covered baseball bat. As the season faded out we could hear the gruesome attack but it wasn’t revealed who the victim was. Which of the eleven—Glenn, Maggie, Daryl, Rick, Abraham, Carl, Michonne, Rosita, Sasha, Aaron, or Eugene—was brutally murdered?!
I was really upset when they left us hanging at the end of last season, but even at that point the writers didn’t know which character was going to get killed. And word is that in order to help prevent tonight’s huge reveal from getting spoiled, they actually filmed all 11 death scenes! I can’t wait for tonight’s episode, and I’m hoping one of my favorites isn’t the one whose brains Negan is wiping off of Lucille. I’m really interested to see the aftermath and how long the group will play by Negan’s rules before they ultimately revolt against him – and are hopefully more successful the second time around.
On tonight’s premiere, “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be,” Negan’s actions will haunt the surviving members of Rick’s group forever.
To see who survives tonight, tune in to AMC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Quantico, Madam Secretary, Bob’s Burgers, The Simpsons, Son of Zorn, Family Guy, The Last Man on Earth, Worst Bakers in America, The Strain, Eyewitness, and Westworld.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
Last week on NCIS: LA, a Homeland Security agent was poisoned by a notorious Triad assassin, which led the team to a warehouse full of counterfeit purses and to the money trail stolen by a rogue Homeland Security agent. Luckily they had Nell in the field with them, and she rocked it, even though she was nervous, so they got the bad guys as they always do. One of my favorite parts was the end, when Hetty came to sit with Kensi, and she got Kensi to squeeze her hand. I haven’t been a big fan of “let’s put Kensi in a coma while Daniela Ruah is out for her pregnancy and birth of her daughter” story line. I actually preferred the previous Afghanistan story over this one. At least then we got SOME interaction with her and Deeks – although I have to say that Eric Christian Olsen is rocking the more emotional Deeks scene. Another favorite part was the beginning, watching Callen hobble in and admit that he’d run a marathon (or triathalon, rather, when he’s never done anything like that before. LMAO
On tonight’s episode, “Ghost Gun,” the murder of a navy machinist with high security clearance sends the team on a city-wide hunt tracking evidence. Also, Anna Kolcheck (Bar Paly) partners with Callen, and Sam assists Hetty in the on-going mole investigation. Pamela Reed also guest stars as Deeks’s mother, Roberta.
**NOTE: CBS is starting their shows tonight thirty minutes later than normal, but I always record long just case, so…)
See why Anna has returned tonight on CBS at 8:30/7:30c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Cutthroat Kitchen, Guy’s Grocery Games, Halloween Wars, & Worst Bakers in America.