NBC announced today when more of their Winter shows will debuting, so get a pen and paper because you are going to want to know when to watch these other shows.
On Monday January 2nd, Celebrity Apprentice replaces The Voice until it comes back on February 27th. Timeless’ time will be up on February 20th and its time will be taken by Taken.
On Tuesdays, The Wall will fill in for The Voice. Here’s the tough news, This Is Us’ season finale airs on February 21st and the comedy (cause you need a laugh) Trial & Error will be begin its trial and error with the viewers.
Wednesdays remain the same, but then there is Thursdays. Superstore will lead into Powerless, DC Comics’ first sitcom, on February 2nd. Then on February 3rd, Blacklist gets replaced by its spinoff.
As we know Grimm will be back for its final season on January 6th, but at 8p. It will be followed at 9p by the much delayed Emerald City.
Finally, there is Sunday. Starting on March 5th, it will be Little Big Shots followed by Chicago Justice and Shades of Blues.
That is a lot to handle, I know! But we (or our DVRs) will figure it out.
To read descriptions of the new shows, then click here!
As we know, This Is Us is television’s most emotional show and tonight’s Fall finale at 9p on NBC is as amazing as the series premiere.
Young Rebecca (Mandy Moore) assures her kids that nothing bad happens on Christmas Eve. Then of the triplets gets sick and they make run to the emergency room. It is there we learn that Kate needs to get her appendix out and they run into Dr. Nathan Katowsky (Gerald McCraney). He is the doctor that delivered the triplets and help convince then to adopt Randall. He is not there as a doctor but as a patient and his prognosis is not looking good. While Kate is in the operating room, they stay by his side because nothing bad happens on Christmas Eve.
Talking about Kate (Chrissy Metz), she meets with a doctor, with her mom, to learn more about gastric bypass surgery. We learn a little more about how her weight has affected her.
She isn’t the only one that we learn about, we also learn about Randall’s biological dad, William (Ron Cephas Jones). He has a secret that none of us saw coming.
All of this will lead to a cliffhanger that will make you say January 10th can’t come soon enough. It is that, well have the tissues ready.
Then at 10p, Chicago Fire turns 100. That’s right it is time for their 100th episode. Just when it looked like Dick Wolf’s show were over at NBC, not only did Law & Order: SVU survive and thrive, we got Chicago Fire. It is so hot that it got not one, not two but three spinoffs. Just take that in. Dick Wolf now had 5 shows on the network.
Why because there is something for everyone to enjoy and keep tuning in for every week.
This week we watch as Molly’s turns 100 years old and the cursed bar has a history that might cause its doors to close forever. It isn’t all bad news, something wonderful happens that will bring a huge smile to your face. Just like when you think of the show in general.
Tonight at 9p on This Is Us, the triplets decide to take one last trip to their family’s cabin before their mother sells it.
Randall (Sterling K Brown) is dealing with finding out that his mother knew who is adoptive father was since he was baby and didn’t tell him until now that she knew. Kate (Chrissy Metz) is still deciding whether or not to get Gastric Bybass surgery after nearly dying in a plane crash. Kevin (Justin Hartley) is just dealing with Kevin things. Which is why he ignored the fact that this was just about the three of them and invited some people from his play to join them.
One of those friends brought a special drink that Randall accidentally gets his hands on. One that causes him to see his late father and converse with each other. The two have a conversation and he comes to a realization. What that is, we will find out at the end of the episode. I won’t tell you what it is, but I will tell you to get the tissues ready. But isn’t that every week with this heartwarming drama?
Imagine a world where the moon landing never happened. That is what our Timeless heroes are going to try to prevent tonight at 10p on NBC.
Lucy (Abigail Spencer), Logan (Matt Lanter) and Rufus (Malcolm Barrett) travel back to 1969 in order to stop Flynn (Goran Višnjić) from causing NASA to lose contact with Apollo 11 permanently. If they don’t, then who knows what our world will be like today?
Once Flynn has someone downloaded a virus into their archaic computer systems, it looks like there will be no small step man. Unless they can find someone to help them understand how these old computers work. But who? And where is Flynn? He is no where to be seen.
By the end of the episode, one of the heroes lives will be changed forever. A way that is irreversible. Not only that, we learn a little something more about Flynn tonight and that affects one of our three.
Just when you think you have figured out Timeless, they change things up. This show gets better and better with each new time they travel too. Make sure to tune in tonight and every Monday at 10p.
We are few weeks from the premiere of Hairspray Live on NBC and we don’t have to wait until December 7th to see what some of the sets are going to look like. Thanks to the cast and crew of the musical taking part in the Mannequin Challenge, we are getting a glimpse of what we are going to see. They might have been able to stop the beat for a few seconds to stand still like mannequins, but it definitely got my heart beating like crazy for its debut.