It has been a very hectic week, and I am so incredibly happy that it’s over! When Friday approaches, it’s like a tiny part of me is in my early twenties again—I think parties and hanging with friends…and then I remember I have children, so my Friday night will involve catching up on TV, but I’m okay with that because, after all, TV Is My Pacifier. 🙂
We’re being treated to another new episode of Blue Bloods tonight, and that makes any night a party night. Last episode, we saw Danny solve the case of a father that killed his daughter when she came to ask for his blessing for converting from Catholic to Muslim. It was a really sad episode and made me remember that no matter what our children choose, we should always support them.
One of the things I enjoy about this show is how they aren’t afraid to tackle the taboo subjects—and make them easier to relate to today’s culture.
On tonight’s episode, “Ends and Means,” when two Wall Street brokers are killed in drug deals, Danny looks to question a wounded accomplice at the hospital, but he is stopped by Linda, who won’t let Danny see him until after surgery. But when the accomplice dies during the procedure, Danny and Linda battle over the judgment call.
To see how everyone deals with the differences of opinions, tune in to CBS at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of Blue Bloods @ TV.com.
I’ll also be watching Spartacus and Vice.
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After tonight’s series finale of Spartacus, Starz is premiering their latest original series, Da Vinci’s Demons. When I originally saw the ad for the series, my reaction was one of “I have no idea what this show is about, but it looks really cool!” And even reading the press materials, I can’t quite figure out what it is exactly about. From what I can gather, this historical fantasy series follows the life of 25-year-old Italian artist/inventor Leonardo da Vinci (Tom Riley)—a swordsman, lover, dreamer, and idealist who uses his genius intellect to invent the future and expose the lies of religion.
Whatever this show is about, it looks really interesting and I can’t wait to check it out tonight!
On tonight’s premiere, “The Hanged Man,” a chronicle of the life of Leonardo da Vinci begins with the Italian artist-inventor in his mid-20s, when he is commissioned by the Medicis to create an Easter spectacle in Florence. Later, he’s hired to build war machines and meets a mysterious Turk.
Get introduced to Leonardo da Vinci in a new way tonight on Starz at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of Da Vinci’s Demons @ TV.com.
I’ll also be recording Undercover Boss, Happy Endings, Eve of Destruction, and Spartacus.