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!
Last week, Grimm returned after a short winter break, and boy were there surprises! First, we gotta talk about the kiss. Nick and Adalind have great chemistry in my opinion, and I loved how they reacted to the kiss. They need to take it slow, though, and they seem to realize that. Of course, then there’s Juliette returning as Eve – and damn, she’s creepy when she uses her Wesen power, isn’t she? Creepy but effective. I’m not sure about Meisner. Does he have a “crush” on Adalind? I mean, I’m assuming he’s a good guy, that he’s playing for the good side, like “Eve” is now. But it’s all kinds of confusing. All I know is that Black Claw killed all but one of the Wesen Council and wants to get to Monroe. Poor Nick has his hands full!
On tonight’s episode, “A Reptile Dysfunction,” a local legend comes back to life as Nick and Hank investigate a mysterious sighting linked to a tourist’s death at a local lake. Rosalee’s past comes back to haunt her. Elsewhere, Capt. Renard continues to support a candidate for mayor. Meanwhile, Nick is shown the scope of the Wesen uprising as the secret government agency takes him into the heart of their Portland operations center.
To see more of what Black Claw is up to and what the “good guys” are doing about it, tune in to NBC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Last Man Standing, American Diner Revival, Guy & Hunter’s European Vacation, & Burgers, Brew, & ’Que.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
I have been really digging FOX’s new supernatural drama Second Chance. Last week Duval and Pritchard once again teamed up to try to find a serial killer who was going on a murderous rampage, brutally attacking and torturing his victims. At the same time, Duval was on a mission to figure out who this so-called half-brother really was and why he was always spending so much time with the Goodwin twins. He managed to get some of Pritchard’s DNA and had it tested in the FBI lab. While it showed a familial match, it was also transgenic, which led to even more questions.
During the final face-off with the killer at the end of the episode, Jimmy received some life-threatening wounds, but instead of going to the hospital, he demanded his son take him to the Goodwin house. Duval threatened to take Pritchard to the hospital if Mary didn’t clue him in on what was going on. So, despite Otto’s objections, she told him the truth about his father’s death and showed him the resurrection tank.
How is knowing the truth going to change Duval and Jimmy’s relationship? Will they still continue to work together on cases? Will Jimmy find a way to join his son in a more official capacity (those twins can hack any computer to give him credentials)? I hope FOX’s moving of this series to Fridays isn’t an indication that it may not have long to live (so to speak). I’m really enjoying this series and hope that the return of Sleepy Hollow tonight gets more people interested in checking out FOX’s entire 2-hour sci-fi cop block.
On tonight’s episode, “Admissions,” a series of murders involving young prodigies may be linked to an unsolved case and forces Duval to reconsider Pritchard’s real identity. Meanwhile, Pritchard’s relationship with the FBI takes on new significance.
See if Duval makes any decisions about Pritchard tonight on FOX at 9:01/8:01c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Grimm, Sleepy Hollow, and Childrens Hospital.
[…] During the final face-off with the killer at the end of the episode, Jimmy received some life-threatening wounds, but instead of going to the hospital, he demanded his son take him to the Goodwin house. Duval threatened to take Pritchard to the hospital if Mary didn’t clue him in on what was going on. So, despite Otto’s objections, she told him the truth about his father’s death and showed him the resurrection tank… […]