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It’s here, it’s here! Tonight is the season premiere of Bones. It’s been SIX long months since the previous season finale. The FBI & Squints were once again on the trail of the Puppeteer, the serial killer who lived with his victims’ bodies before disposing of them. It seemed like Bones was a target, and sure enough, in the end, she was kidnapped by none other than…ZACK! So is Zack the killer? How did he get out of the institution he’s been in for years? Where does he have Bones, and why? We’ll get those answers tonight.
This is the final season of the show, so there’s bound to be a lot of surprises. Hopefully we’ll see some great guest stars and get some great wrap-ups for our favorite characters. I’ve seen the first few episodes, and I know it’s off to a great start!
On tonight’s episode, “The Hope in the Horror,” Booth and the lab team desperately search for Brennan after she’s kidnapped by her former assistant, Zack Addy.
See if they can find Bones tonight on FOX at 9:01/8:01c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Chopped Junior, NCIS, American Housewife, Bull, Chicago Fire, MasterChef Canada, Chicago PD, Chopped, & NCIS: New Orleans.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
Tonight, I’m really looking forward to the return of ABC’s 2-hour Tuesday comedy block! On the last episode of The Middle, Sue was getting increasingly stressed out trying to keep the secret that Axl and April had eloped. Axl wasn’t even sure why he got married – except for the fact that it would upset his mother if/when she found out. Sue’s conscience was finally freed when April’s parents called to discuss the news, and needless to say, Frankie was livid, both at the fact that Axl had gotten married and that she hadn’t been invited. Meanwhile, Mike was both relieved that Axl didn’t get married because he “had to” but also upset that his son had no good (or any) reason for doing so. In the end, the newlyweds got an annulment, but immediately afterwards headed out on a date.
So it’s not the end of Axl and April, but will Frankie and the rest of the family be more welcoming to Axl’s dim-witted girlfriend after this wedding scare? I find April to be a lot of fun, and I’m really enjoying her relationship with Axl, so I was glad to see that they’re still together. I’ve been really impressed with the series so far this season. I was worried that after 8 years and with most of the kids away at college, the series was going to run out of steam. However, the writers are still coming up with humorous and heartfelt storylines that bring the family back together.
On tonight’s episode, “Escape Orson,” the Hecks spend New Year’s Day in Orson’s escape room, where various secrets are revealed, including one Sue’s been keeping since childhood and Frankie’s romantic dream about Frank Sinatra.
Find out Sue’s secret tonight on ABC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording American Housewife, Fresh Off the Boat, The Real O’Neals, The Wall, New Girl, The Mick, Bones, No Tomorrow, Sweet/Vicious, Good Behavior, and Shooter.
Tonight is the winter premiere of both Chicago Fire and Chicago PD, and they’re doing it in style with a crossover event that is bound to keep us all on the edge of our seats. When we left our favorite police officers, they were dealing with Antonio’s news that he’s leaving to head up his own unit, which is sad, but it means there’s a position for Burgess on the team. Personally I think it’s a great change in dynamics, but I guess time will tell as to whether or not the team accepts it.
During the last episode of Chicago Fire, we saw Dawson and Casey finally get married as well as watched Severide struggle with some inner demons. I’m not sure where we’re going with Severide story, but I know he’s going to play a central role on tonight’s crossover.
On tonight’s episode of Chicago Fire, “Some Make it, Some Don’t,” Dawson and Casey deal with legal matters in hopes of remaining Louie’s legal guardians. Severide continues in his efforts for a bone marrow procedure to help Anna, but when things don’t go as planned, he finds himself slipping back into old habits. Meanwhile, Brett opens up to Dawson, and members of Firehouse 51 become competitive, much to the dismay of Chief Boden.
Then on tonight’s episode of Chicago PD, “Don’t Bury This Case,” Severide is brought into the District for questioning after his car is found to have caused a deadly crash. As the investigation gets underway, the team works to uncover a group of car-jackers who may be the key to Severide’s innocence. Meanwhile, Voight pairs Burgess with Olinsky, who has a hard time feigning his excitement about this new partnership, and Lindsay considers meeting her estranged father, who is now out of prison.
To find out how these two teams handle all the changes and prove Severide’s innocence, tune in to NBC starting at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans, Bull, Chopped, Chopped Junior, Shooter, and The Mick.
[…] Tonight I’m really looking forward to the return of ABC’s 2-hour Tuesday comedy block! On the last episode of The Middle, Sue was getting increasingly stressed out trying to keep the secret that Axl and April had eloped. Axl wasn’t even sure why he got married–except for the fact that it would upset his mother if/when she found out. Sue’s conscience was finally freed when April’s parents called to discuss the news, and needless to say, Frankie was livid–both at the fact that Axl had gotten married and that she hadn’t been invited. Meanwhile, Mike was both relieved that Axl didn’t get married because he “had to”, but also upset that his son had no good (or any) reason for doing so. In the end, the newlyweds got an annulment, but immediately afterwords headed out on a date… […]