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 was a defining episode for Sebastian on NCIS: New Orleans. While his mom was in town, he was kidnapped by a small group of people who wanted his knowledge of virtual reality games (specifically ones where you break out of prisons and locked rooms, etc.) to help break a bad guy out of prison. Sebastian kind of rocked it… He reached out secretly via tablet to Pride when the bad guy left him alone in a room in the prison so Sebastian could start the process to break out the prisoner. After the bad guys nearly got away, Sebastian actually helped take them down after the left the prison. He felt so confident that he asked out the waitress he’d been sort of flirting with for a while.
I didn’t like that Percy wasn’t there last week, especially because Lasalle didn’t know why she wasn’t there. Stupid writers… Giving us shippers some hope and then yanking it away! LMAO Tonight looks like it should be a good episode…an emotional one. I can’t wait!
On tonight’s episode, “Course Correction,” NCIS and FBI investigate a private plane crash in the bayou that killed three sailors. Also, Sonja and Lasalle interview candidates for the team’s open agent position.
See if they can figure out what caused the plane crash tonight on CBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Chopped Junior, NCIS, American Housewife, Bull, MasterChef Canada, No Tomorrow, Aftermath, Chicago Fire, & Chopped.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
One thing I always enjoy is when sitcoms do holiday-themed episodes and, in particular, Halloween episodes. Whether there is some “spooky” theme, pranks & tricks, or just fun costumes, I always find these episodes to be a treat. The costumes these characters come up with are always way more creative and look way better than anything I could ever imagine! Tonight, ABC has a spooktacular Tuesday family comedy block beginning with The Middle’s annual Halloween episode. And the three series that follow – American Housewife, Fresh Off the Boat, and The Real O’Neals – also deliver the holiday “spirit.”
On tonight’s The Middle, “Halloween VIII: The Heckoning,” Frankie learns that the kids would choose to live with Mike if the two of them divorced; Sue tries to get her room back from Brick; Axl lashes out at the family.
On American Housewife, “Westport Zombies,” Katie reluctantly joins Westport’s Halloween zombie run; Anna-Kat and Greg get too enthusiastic about being zombies.
On Fresh Off the Boat, “Louisween,” in the spirit of Halloween, Louis makes every effort to scare Jessica, who’s busy drafting a horror novel; Eddie and his friends are excited to party at Nicole’s house with some high school kids.
And on The Real O’Neals, “The Real Halloween,” in an effort to stop Kenny from attending a Boystown costume parade, Eileen lets him throw his own Halloween party at home; Jimmy and Shannon plan the ultimate Halloween prank.
Celebrate Halloween tonight on ABC starting at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., This Is Us, The Flash, No Tomorrow, Aftermath, and Chrisley Knows Best.
It’s great that Chicago Fire finally returned with new episodes, because I was missing my fix of firefighters. There’s something fantastic about a franchise that puts out three strong shows that keep bringing people back for more. Last week’s episode was an emotional roller-coaster, watching Jimmy try to deal with his anger towards Boden. His anger got him in a dangerous situation when he refused to listen to orders and got himself burned from an explosion. I’ll miss Jimmy. Before his brother died, he was a great character.
On tonight’s episode, “Scorched Earth,” Casey enlists Susan Weller to help with an urgent personal matter. Severide receives an offer to travel luxuriously with rich party guy Travis Brenner, and Stella uses all her resources to help a sick street kid after saving him during a tunnel fire. Meanwhile, Otis and Herrmann discuss their concerns over Molly’s lack of customers.
To see if Stella can save the child and if Casey can find a solution to his problem, tune in to NBC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching NCIS: New Orleans, This is Us, and The Voice.