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!
I have a double pick tonight, season premieres of Holiday Baking Championship & Christmas Cookie Challenge on Food Network. In the first, host Jesse Palmer, along with judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman, and Lorraine Pascale, test the skills of nine talented bakers. The winner of the competition will earn the $25,000 grand prize and be featured in an original video on FoodNetwork.com and in a feature in Food Network Magazine. Some of the rounds these bakers have to go through seem easy and some seem very difficult, but as a viewer, they’re always a lot of fun to watch! In Christmas Cookie Challenge, host Eddie Jackson returns with lead judge Ree Drummond this holiday season to challenge festive and talented cookie makers. Each episode features five daring cookie makers proving their holiday skills through two rounds, as Eddie and Ree are joined by a rotating panel of guest judges, including Stephanie Boswell, Vivian Chan, Dan Langan, Jordan Pilarski, Gesine Prado, Aarti Sequeira, and Molly Yeh to help determine which bakers will have the best Christmas ever, walking away with a $10,000 prize. The prize isn’t as big as the first show, but the challenges are just as difficult. You’d think cookie making and decorating isn’t a hard thing, but you’d be wrong. Don’t believe me? Watch the show! It’s crazy.
On tonight’s episode of Holiday Baking Championship, “Holiday Essentials,” the pumpkin spice phenomenon hits the championship; for the pre-heat, nine bakers attempt to wow the judges with creative pumpkin spiciness; in the main heat, the bakers must combine a yule log with a classic holiday treat.
Then on tonight’s episode of Christmas Cookie Challenge, “Christmas Vacation,” five cookie makers enter the workshop to find host Eddie Jackson lounging in a beach chair under a palm tree; the bakers are challenged to create cookies perfect for a Christmas in the tropics.
Don’t miss all the holiday baking fun tonight on Food Network starting at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing 9-1-1 & Magnum P.I.
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Bull is always a mixed surprise bag of television – drama and comedy treats for everyone. Last week’s episode was a little heavier on the drama side of things because Marissa’s husband was arrested for homicide by arson when his restaurant caught fire and the night custodian died. Marissa caused a few issues in her marriage when she had doubts about her husband’s innocence, but in the end it was proven he didn’t do it. It was his head chef who set the fire. Bull did a great job at being impartial, and hopefully now Marissa can learn to trust her husband a bit more.
On tonight’s episode, “A Girl Without Feelings,” Bull confronts his guilt over closing his psychiatric practice when a former patient goes on trial for killing her brother; Bull and Benny enter an insanity defense plea and aim to seat jurors who are sympathetic to mental illness.
To see if Bull can help this girl before it’s too late, tune in to CBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching The Neighborhood, Magnum P.I., Happy Together, The Good Doctor, Manifest, 9-1-1, The Resident, The Voice, and Arrow.