Happy Wednesday! With lots of great TV on tonight, you can curl up and relax to watch all your favorite Wednesday night shows, including the ones we’re recommending. So check out what we think you should be watching now, and don’t forget to comment and let us know what’s on your schedule! 🙂
It’s been a while since I wanted to recommend Criminal Minds. While I’m still not happy with the way they are handling the Morgan and Garcia non-relationship, I am enjoying the show. I like Blake and think she’s fitting into the team well—especially with Reid. She’s become somewhat of a confidante for him, which is nice. Speaking of Reid, we found out a little bit more about his girlfriend last week. I don’t think she’s married (which is what some of my friends thought). Apparently she has a long-term stalker? Why Reid hasn’t gone to the team—or at least one or two of them—yet, I don’t know. Hopefully we’ll continue to learn more…except not tonight. Tonight is the fall finale, which means it’s the last new episode until January 16. I’ll be glad for the break to catch up on old TV, but I’ll miss getting new shows like this one! Especially since tonight, we may get more of a clue about who has been taking pictures of the team!
On tonight’s episode, “Perennials,” the BAU heads south to investigate a fast-moving UnSub whose signature matches that of a serial killer from 30 years ago. Also, the team learns that someone is tracking their cases and replicating crimes the BAU is solving.
Don’t miss the excitement tonight on CBS at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Criminal Minds @ Clicker.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Arrow, The Neighbors, Modern Family, Take It All, Chicago Fire, CSI, Hot in Cleveland, Restaurant Stakeout, Happily Divorced, Top Chef, & Cajun Pawn Stars.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
Tonight, I think you should be watching CSI because it’s the fall finale and there are going to be some huge things happening with Sara. For the longest time, this show became a back burner series for me; however, this season, it’s been making it’s way back up to my must-watch list due to the intense writing and the cast that finally seems to click. I know that it’s difficult to believe that after 13 seasons, this show could still keep your attention, but honestly, take it from me… It can, and it does.
On tonight’s episode, “Risky Business Class,” five people are killed when a small plane crashes near the Vegas strip; when one of Sara’s former lovers becomes involved in the investigation, she feels the strain of her long distance relationship with Grissom.
To see how Sara deals with the relationship woes, tune into CBS at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of CSI @ Clicker.
I’ll also be watching Criminal Minds, The X Factor, Arrow, and Chicago Fire.
Last week on The Neighbors, Debbie and Marty decided they were going to return all of the Christmas gifts they had bought for the kids and go on a family vacation. However, when they went to the Bird-Kersee home to retrieve the gifts they had stashed there, they discovered this was no longer an option, as all of the presents had been opened. Earlier that day, Larry Bird had unwrapped one of the gifts in order to see what all the fuss was about, but this quickly led to an uncontrollable whirlwind of Christmas joy and euphoria for the Bird-Kirsees. After seeing Debbie and Marty’s disappointment, Jackie and Larry organized all of the Zabvronians to give the Weavers a proper Christmas celebration.
The Neighbors is so much fun and just keeps getting funnier each week. It’s such a great show and a wonderful addition to ABC’s Wednesday comedy block. If you haven’t yet given this show a chance—or even if you have—tune into it tonight along with the rest of the great ABC comedies!
On tonight’s episode, “Juan of the Dead,” Debbie and Marty explain the concept of death to the aliens after the Hidden Hills’ longtime gardener dies, but Larry Bird isn’t quite ready to accept it.
Laugh along at the fall finale with me tonight on ABC at 8:30/7:30c Learn where to find episodes online of The Neighbors @ Clicker.
I’ll also be watching/recording Survivor, Criminal Minds, CSI, The Middle, The Neighbors, Modern Family, Whitney, Take It All, Arrow, American Horror Story, and Top Chef.
This season of Whitney has seen somewhat of a shift in Whitney’s behavior. She’s adapting to her life with Alex after “getting married” last season, and her uncertainties seem to shift. The first few episodes back were great, and I hope this season can stay this way. Adding the bar also utilizes Mark better.
On tonight’s episode, “Hello Giggles,” Alex takes a dive off stage while speaking, and Whitney’s reaction is less than heartwarming; meanwhile, RJ tries to teach Mark chivalry by using Lily as an example, but Mark fails when it comes to his intended target, Roxanne.
See Roxanne’s response on NBC at 8/7c. Learn where to find episodes online of Whitney @ Clicker.
I’ll also be watching Arrow, Hot in Cleveland, and Happily Divorced.