If you are lucky enough to be at Comic-Con, say hi to Kyle! For those of us stuck at home, Megan, JJ, & I have recommendations for watch to watch tonight on TV. 😉
I really enjoyed last week’s premiere of Hollywood Game Night. Jane Lynch was great as the host, interacting well with the contestants and the celebrities. The celebrity guests were, for the most part, great. I enjoyed the jibes and rivalries. The games were fun, too, although I’d love to see something like Pictionary or charade-type games. I can’t wait to find out what games they play tonight and whether or not the contestans and celebrities are any good.
On tonight’s episode, “Don’t Kill My Buzz-er,” two contestants will lead their team of three celebrities, which include Valerie Bertinelli, Cheryl Hines, Sarah Chalke, Yvette Nicole Brown, Rob Riggle, and Matthew Morrison, in hopes of winning the $25,000 grand prize.
See what crazy antics the games bring out tonight on NBC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Summer Camp, Burn Notice, Hell’s Kitchen, Motive, Sullivan & Son, & Graceland.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
Rookie Blue is always a welcomed escape from reality for me—between the romance and the police cases, I love it all. Last week’s episode was an eye opener for Gail when Chloe blurted out that it was no wonder that Nick was falling for Andy, because Gail is such a bitch. Here’s the thing. Gail is a bitch, but she also has a super sweet side that I love, so I hope they can help Chloe see that soon too. As for Nick and Andy—I’m okay with it, because it’s time to bring some spice back to the show.
On tonight’s episode, “Poison Pill,” when an arrest reveals that drugs contaminated with a deadly bacteria have hit the street, the squad rushes to control the situation.
To see how the poison infects the squad, tune in to ABC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching Hell’s Kitchen, Wipeout, Hollywood Game Night, The Winner Is…, and Swamp People.
Tonight marks the return of Project Runway to my TV, and I’m excited that it’s starting again. After last season’s team edition, I’m hoping that we will get a “standard” season with some explosive personalities that don’t need “enemy edits” to make it interesting. But we’ll see what happens.
On tonight’s episode, “Sky’s the Limit,” the designers arrive on the runway of an airfield; the designers must use parachute material to create a look that will help define their aesthetic.
See what this season’s contestants are like tonight on Lifetime at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching Wipeout.