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 on Younger, Charles decided he’d had enough of Bryce’s drastic changes and told him he no longer wanted him to invest in the company. This meant that they had to quickly find some new authors or Empirical would really be in danger of shutting down. Redmond brought Liza and Kelsey a manuscript for an erotica novel from a first-time author who they loved, but its female author wanted to remain anonymous. Liza and Kelsey didn’t like the idea of not knowing who the author was, so they decided to pass. However, after some investigating, they realized that their young fresh “female” erotica voice belonged to Empirical’s cash cow Edward L.L. Moore, who was writing under a pseudonym. After hearing about this, Charles told Liza to offer Moore whatever he wanted because the company couldn’t afford to lose its biggest author to another publishing company. So now, in addition to keeping up her own lie, Liza has to keep the public from finding out that the new young woman writing about the female experience is actually an obese 68-year-old man who drives around on a scooter.
I’m still really enjoying this series, but I really wish that Liza would tell someone at work the truth about her age. If she told Charles, he’d probably be more apt to try to rekindle a romance – you can tell he still has feeling for Liza, and knowing the truth would help him understand why she has been so distant. And Kelsey might feel a bit betrayed at first, but she would probably get over that quickly and it would be back to the status quo.
On tonight’s episode, “Ladies Who Lust,” a women’s erotica event threatens to expose the author’s secret while Liza and Kelsey try to preserve it.
See if Liza and Kelsey can keep the author’s secret tonight on TV Land at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Goldbergs, Speechless, Modern Family, black-ish, Designated Survivor, Survivor, Criminal Minds, Blindspot, Lethal Weapon, Empire, Arrow, Frequency, Worst Cooks in America, You’re the Worst, Stan Against Evil, and Impastor.
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(Yes, I copied this from last week because it didn’t end up airing due to the World Series…) I’m enjoying this season of Criminal Minds. While I really liked Hotch, I’m not really missing him. I thought I would, especially after losing Morgan at the end of last season, but with the addition of Luke Alvez (played by the very sexy Adam Rodriguez) and the return of Emily Prentiss, I’ve been pretty happy so far – especially with the fun play between Luke and Garcia. I do hope the powers that be don’t set us up to ship them like they did Morgan and Garcia and then yank it out from under us without fanfare. Grr.
On the last new episode, the team headed back to the Appalachian Trail when body parts were found by the local sheriff. It was a pretty gruesome and sad case, where one mentally slow brother was covering for his psycho brother. They’d had a pretty horrific childhood, with an abusive and sick-in-the-head father, and it clearly affected them both. I couldn’t help but feel bad for the one brother and hoped that he would get the help he needed. Also, Garcia found out Roxy was Luke’s dog, not his girlfriend. I’m loving their interactions so far, so I hope we get even more of it!
On tonight’s episode, “The Anti-Terrorism Squad,” the BAU investigates if bullying may be the link between two high school students who are the sole survivors after both of their families are killed.
See if the team can figure out why the two families were killed tonight on CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Blindspot, The Goldbergs, Lethal Weapon, Speechless, Law & Order: SVU, Modern Family, black-ish, & Chicago PD.