When we last saw Jane Rizzoli (Angie Harmon) on Rizzoli & Isles, she jumped off a bridge to rescue the man who’s innocence she is trying to prove. Tonight at 9p on TNT we find out what happened to her and the suspect? Will the show just be known as Isles after tonight? Did he survive the fall? Did he really kill his mistress? Did someone else do it and are they trying to frame him? I wish I could tell you more, but you will want to find out for yourself. So watch this episode with lots of twists and turns.
Then at 10p, Daniel Pierce (Eric McCormack) also found himself in a deadly situation in the final seconds of Perception‘s season finale. Tonight we find out how badly he was injured in the explosion. He suffered a major head injury and it requires surgery. Only problem is that if he gets, there’s a chance he won’t be the man he was beforehand. If he doesn’t get it, then he might die. His life, both mentally and physically, is in other people’s hands. What will they do? You just have to tune into find out in this compelling episode.
Last week, America feel in love with The Librarians and tonight at 8p they are back for more on TNT!
So what can we expect from the upcoming episodes this season, The Guardian aka Rebecca Romijn previewed what is ahead for these magical artifact hunters. Recently on a conference call, she said that each episode is a standalone, but that all of the artifacts that they recover during the season will play a part in the big season finale.
So what are some of those magical items that they will be searching for each week? She shared with us, “We have the minotaurs. The thread of the labyrinth was a favorite one of mine. We get stuck in a labyrinth with a minotaur in one of our episodes.” In another one, “A fairy tale episode where fairy tales are coming to life in the small town and hurting people and killing people. And we slowly start turning into fairy tale characters.” Since you can’t air in December without a Christmas episode, there is one coming up next week. In that show, she said, “We have to drive Santa Claus back up to the North Pole and she doesn’t believe in Santa Claus and she’s not happy about it.” While she is not happy about it, we will be happy to learn her backstory as the she makes the long arduous trek.
Even though she can do comedy brilliantly, she is the straight (wo)man in the series, so I wanted to know what that is like for her. She explained, “I think it’s actually sometimes the most fun to play the straight man. I think playing the straight man is kind of the funniest character personally.” Then she added, “I love getting to be the skeptic of the group. I love getting to be the voice of the audience because it’s ridiculous. I mean every single episode the missions that are thrown our way are absolutely ridiculous.” We wouldn’t have it any other way.
Now what about those TV Legends ER’s Noah Wyle, Max Headroom’s Matt Frewer and Night Court’s John Laroquette, who appeared in the two hour series, will they be back for more hijinks? The child of the ’80s, said that all of them will return for a handful episodes.
Just in case, you needed another reason to watch this brilliant fun adventure every Sunday at 8p on TNT! But personally, I don’t think you need any more reason to enjoy this show then the fact that there is nothing else like it on television. That and it is an enjoyable show the whole family can watch together and love it all the same.
Ground Floor is back on TBS tonight at 10p and the comedy is still something to sing about. Brody (Skylar Astin) and Jenny (Briga Heelan) are returning from their trip to Paris and they are more in love than ever. Only thing is, he hasn’t told her yet that he Mr Mansfield (John C. McGinley) fired him because he turned down the job in Beijing to go on vacation with her. Will Brody be able to convince Mr Mansfield to give him back his job?
How long will he be able to keep the secret from her? Not long. So how will she react when she finds out her boyfriend is out of work? She’s too busy dealing with the fact that Harvard fired everyone from the Ground Floor when she was gone. Will she be able to replace all those fired employees? Let’s just say, you’ll never believe who applies for the job.
Ground Floor is at the top of the comedy game, so add the second season to your viewing pleasure tonight. I promise it will be your pleasure to view this funny workplace sitcom.
The Librarians debuts on TNT tonight at 8p and it is pretty near perfect.
I get screeners all the time, and every now and again, I get one that completely blows me away. The Librarians is just one of the few shows that completely wowed be.
Noah Wyle is back as Flynn Carsen and this time he is getting some help. While trying to retrieve an artifact, he winds up meeting Eve Baird (Rebecca Romijn), leader of a counter-terrorism squad for NATO. After their chance meeting, she gets an invite by the Library to be his Guardian. The timing couldn’t be more perfect because someone has been killing off the potential Librarian candidates. There are three possible Librarians, who are still alive and are near the top of the list, and the two of them are going to bring them in for their safety. Jake Stone (Christian Kane) has an IQ of 190, but you’d never guess it by looking at him. Cassandra (Lindy Booth) has synesthesia, which is the ability to link all five senses to her memory. Finally, there’s Ezekiel Jones (John Kim) and he’s tech wiz.
Now the five of them have to figure out who is killing off The Librarians before they get killed themselves. Not only do they have to survive this mystery murderer, they have to retrieve Crown of King Arthur before that group does. Since this group has gotten closer to the Library than anyone else, the library has destroyed itself. Now, they will have to go to a satellite center that is run by Jenkins (John Larroquette) and he is nothing like Flynn. He is used to working by himself and everything has its place. Unlike what these Librarians are used to.
With everything being in flux, Flynn reluctantly recruits the Guardian and the Librarians to join him, and now they are trying to keep magic contained.
Each week they will look for a new magical artifact and try to contain it before it gets into the wrong hands. Each week, I will be tuning in to see how they do it.
The Librarians is the perfect mix of humor and adventure, and that is why I enjoyed it so much. I am sure you will love this show as much as I do. It’s like that feeling you get when you read a really good book. But then again I am probably making that reference because of the show’s title.
It is a very dark day for me because not only is my power out where I live, but TBS cancelled one of the funniest comedies on television. The network announced today that they will not be bringing back Sullivan & Son back for a fourth season.
I really enjoyed this sitcom about an old school bar in Pittsburgh. It reminded me of home, back when I went to bars like that before I was 21. That wasn’t the only reason why I loved this show, what made it so funny is they picked on everyone and everything and no one was safe. Because of that, I found myself laughing my a$$ off every week.
So thank you to everyone who worked on Sullivan & Son, at least we had 3 beertastic seasons!
Tonight at 9p on TNT, Rizzoli and Isles say goodbye to one of their own. On August 19, 2013, we were all shocked when news came out that Lee Thompson Young had passed away and tonight the show he was starring in at the time says goodbye to him and his character, Barry Frost. The show does a beautiful tribute to him as they remember him throughout the episode and at his character’s funeral.
Anyone who is and has been a fan of this of police drama will want to tune in because it is a must not miss episode for us.
Also at 9p, but on ABC Family is Chasing Life. April Carver (Italia Ricci) is assigned a story that will change her life. A man claims that his carrot juice is helping people with cancer, so she talks to him about and tries a sample. When she comes back to see him, he realizes that she has cancer like him and she finally has someone to talk about her leukemia. So now she has someone can relate to, but something happens that changes everything and her perspective about it all. How will it change her, we will just have to tune in next week to find out.
Tonight’s episode is the first one that really deals with the emotions that come to a cancer patient after their diagnosis and because of that is a very powerful one.
Finally at 10p a storm is coming to NBC’s The Night Shift and our doctors will be caught up in it. There is a dangerous storm on the outside and that one isn’t even as bad as the one that is happening in the hospital. Scott Wolf joins the team tonight as the lead trauma surgeon. Scott Collins (Wolf) is dating Jordan (Jill Flint) and he is going to cause problems for her ex, TJ (Eoin Macken). Those two don’t see eye to eye and their conflict is going to get a whole lot worse before the ground is even dry again.
Meanwhile Topher (Ken Leung) gets a call from his wife that she is labor. But it gets worse because she was in a car accident and trapped in the storm. And gets even worse because she doesn’t know where she is. Will he find her before it is too late? You will just have to watch this emotional episode to find out.
Oh yes, yes, yes, Sullivan & Son is back on TBS tonight at 10p and I am so excited about it. Could be because the third season premiere is all about orgasms!
Tonight is Susan (Vivian Bang) and Jason’s (guest star Ken Jeong) 10th anniversary and he wants to give her something he has never given her. So he asks her what that might be and she admits to him that he has never given her an orgasm. Well now he is so determined to give her one, that he asks the guys (Steve Byrne, Owen Benjamin, Brian Doyle-Murray, Christine Ebersole, Roy Wood, Jr and Ahmed Ahmed) at the bar for tips. Then they all find out that one of the gang slept with Susan when she was a teen and he gave her an orgasm. So now Jason is more depressed. Will he ever give his wife The Big O? You just have to tune in to see what finally does it for her.
Well that and to watch a very very very funny show. And to see and hear the best fake orgasm since When Harry Met Sally. Seriously, Sullivan & Son gets better and better with each season and I can’t wait to see what else happens this season.
BTW if for some strange reason the season premiere doesn’t leave you satisfied, there is another episode of the sitcom at 10:30p.
Imagine you’ve been on US Navy Ship in a remote location with no communication whatsoever for several months; and then when you finally do talk to someone, you find out that 80% of the world has died or is dying from a pandemic. To make matters worse for you, is the person (Rhona Mitra) who is working on the cure is on your ship. What would you do? That is the basis for the very thrilling The Last Ship that debuts on TNT tonight at 9p.
Commander Tom Chandler (Eric Dane) is manning the ship and he has to keep his men and women calm as they learn that their families might be dead. Besides dealing with that, they are being attacked by other nations who want the cure. There is no leadership in the world anymore because many of the leaders have died from the fast spreading virus. So they have no way of seeking help from anyone or any country because they don’t know who to trust. They don’t know if there are any safe places to dock at because there are very few people to talk to and those numbers are diminishing by the moment. Then since they have been trapped on the ship for several months, their supplies are running low, so how will they get what they need to survive themselves.
How will they survive? Will they survive? We will just have to tune in every week to find out.
I am obsessed with movies and TV shows about viruses, and I can tell you that The Last Ship gets it right. I don’t like Michael Bay, who is the Executive Producer of this drama, and after 3 episodes, I can tell you I love this show and I know you will too. The drama is very contagious.
Rizzoli & Isles is back on TNT at 9p tonight with a case that is very close to Rizzoli’s (Angie Harmon) heart, or should I say stomach. That’s because she looks into a case of a murdered woman and while at the crime she notices the woman’s baby’s stroller is hidden in the bushes. But where is the baby? Now, she must find that baby before it is too late. And during the whole time, she’s keep her pregnancy a secret from everyone but Isles (Sasha Alexander). Will she be able to keep a secret? You just have to tune in to find out.
And the final minutes of the show deal with Lee Thompson Young’s death. Next week’s episode is a tribute to him, so get the tissues ready because it is an emotional goodbye.
Then at 10p Perception is back on TNT tonight and Dr. Daniel J. Pierce (Eric McCormack) is in Paris. His life is better than ever, until someone from the FBI there approaches him about getting something from a Chinese doctor. Everything goes as planned, but once he drops the item off he finds himself in trouble. Everything he thought he was happening wasn’t. So is his schizophrenia getting the better of him or is he really in trouble? You just have to tune in this beautifully shot surprising episode to find out.
Also at 10p, Fargo concludes its run at FX. I can review the episode, but I might spoil it for you. And I don’t want to end up like a lot of the characters from the show in the episode. That’s because there is more than one death in the finale. How many? You just have to tune into this chilling episode to find out who…
Taye Diggs and Kathleen Robertson are playing San Fransisco homicide detectives in TNT’s riveting new 10-episode murder mystery drama Murder in the First that airs Mondays at 10p; and recently at a press event they told us how they prepared for their roles.
When asked what training, if any, they had to have to play cops on the show, Diggs said he watched a lot of Law & Order. Then he admitted he was joking about that.
So how did they get ready for the role? The actors went to police camp, where they learned how to shoot guns, take down a perp and put on handcuffs. Along with going to police camp, Robertson did ride alongs and those really helped her to prepare. Not only because she got see places like crack dens, but because she got to see how the police officers she was with interacted with the “bad guys”. She admitted she is used to rough and tough cops we see on TV, but that is not how they are in real life. She says, the cops would point someone out to her, explain that person’s crime and then before she knew it they were having a conversation with that “bad guy”. It was very casual and not what she was used to in her line of work. It is that type of interaction that will help with an upcoming storyline on the show, but I have said too much.
Emotion was important to Robertson and the biggest lesson that stuck with her about that came from her brother-in-law who has been working as a police officer for 26 years in Toronto. A moment that stood out to her when she was researching for the role, came when they were walking around a gorgeous lake in Northern Ontario. She then had to pause for an emotional break before she told us what lesson he shared with her that sticks with her every day she comes to work. He said to her as they walked the lake, “For example right now, the first thing I think of when I look here, is I am looking for a body.” She says he then added, “I walk down here and I walk across this beautiful lake and these rocks and I’m scanning, making sure there’s no body here so you guys don’t have to see it.” She then asked him to explain what he meant and he responded by saying, “Cause I’ve seen too much of that and it’s just in me. It will be in me for my entire life.” She then realized what a dark life they have and that is what stuck with her most about researching for the role.
Something that you can see when you watch her play Inspector Hildy Mulligan every Monday at 10p on Murder in the First.