I don’t know about you, but summer is winding down in our house. My kiddo starts a week of band camp on Monday, and then school starts August 13th. He’s not happy about it, and I’m of mixed emotions. 😉 It’s been nice having him around, but I’ll kind of be glad for the peace & quiet! LOL But…that’s all in the future. For now, there’s some great stuff to watch on TV tonight, and I’m taking advantage of it. Check out our recommendations so you can relax and enjoy the evening too!
I really enjoyed Unforgettable when it was on last season, and I was disappointed when it came *this* close to be canceled. Fortunately, CBS decided to keep it, although it’s undergone a pretty big change. Most of the cast was let go, which means there’s obviously going to be some shift in jobs for Carrie and Al. And will they rekindle their romance? I’m hoping so! Fortunately, TPTB decided to keep Jane Curtin as the ME. I loved her on here. She had a great chemistry with Carrie and was just fun to watch. The newcomers to the show are Dallas Roberts (The Good Wife, The Walking Dead), who plays the Head of the NYPD’s Major Crimes Section, and Tawny Cypress (Heroes), & James Hiroyuki Liao (who was in 7 episodes of Prison Break).
On tonight’s episode, “Bigtime,” Carrie’s and Al’s reputations for closing cases results in an offer to join the Major Crimes Section of the NYPD. But when their first case—a high-profile child kidnapping—hits close to home for Carrie, it leaves her wondering if a move from Queens to Manhattan is what’s best for her. Andrew McCarthy guest stars.
Find out if the show has the same great feel to it this season, if not better, tonight on CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Food Court Wars, Food Network Star, Whodunnit?, Brother vs Brother, & Crossing Lines.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
I have been really enjoying ABC’s murder mystery reality series Whodunnit?, but the end of last week’s episode left me completely dumbfounded. I was so sure that Dana was the murderer that I never even considered that anyone else could be—it was so shocking to see her among the killer’s victims! Now, with only 6 contestants left, I have to rethink everything! I’m looking forward to seeing how the remaining murders play out—and I’m hoping that I can figure out who the killer is before it is ultimately revealed. Though, if this show is like The Mole, I will probably be surprised by the outcome!
On tonight’s episode, “All the World’s a Stage,” two more guests are killed as the remaining six contestants try to solve the murders.
To see who’s the next to die, tune in to ABC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Big Brother, Celebrity Wife Swap, Crossing Lines, Food Network Star, Falling Skies, Drop Dead Diva, Devious Maids, True Blood, The Newsroom, Dexter, and Ray Donovan.
This season, I’ve gotten increasingly happy about True Blood again. Less story lines, more focus and even some deaths to stop having to keep track of all the characters. I still can’t get over Alcide’s sudden evil streak, so I’m hoping that will change. Last week, Pam and Eric scared the guards and keepers at the prison, while Sarah was trying to mess with Jason. It was great fun, which even the death of Terry couldn’t negate (but it did leave me a bit sad).
On tonight’s episode, “In the Evening,” Eric attempts to save an ailing Nora, Sam ignores Alcide’s warning and returns to Bon Temps, Jessica shows her gratitude to James, and Sarah exacts a measure of revenge on Jason.
See what it is on HBO at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching Whodunnit?, Falling Skies, and The Newsroom.