What To Watch – Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Magical Wednesdays, my favorite time of the week! Our Top Picks to Watch Tonight are The Librarians at 8 and then The Magicians at 9.

Adding into that a full block of Knights Templar action over on History Channel and there is a lot to watch tonight.

(Photo by: Eric Milner/Syfy)

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What To Watch – Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Wednesdays almost have too much great TV. Our lead pick is The Magicians but we’ll also be watching The Librarians, Vikings, Knightfall, the series premiere of Corporate and at some point, Riverdale!

(Photo by: Eike Schroter/Syfy)

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What To Watch – Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Magic Wednesdays are officially a thing.  With The Librarians still chugging along for a few more weeks and season premiere of The Magicians tonight, we don’t even know what to do with ourselves. Add in more Vikings and Knightfall and Wednesdays are over flowing with watchable TV right now!

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What To Watch – Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Its The Librarians Wednesday, which means back to back new episodes!! Also, new Vikings and Lagertha’s having a no good, terrible, awful day.  On Knightfall, the betrayals are coming hard and fast!!

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What To Watch – Wednesday, December 20, 2017

So, as it turns out, even with Mr. Robot having its finale last week, Wednesdays remain a pretty good night of television! We have back to back episodes of The Librarians, new Vikings and History’s newest show, Knightfall – which I am on board with.   For your Christmas-special choices, Dean Cain counts down the best Christmas movies and an hour long visual presentation of that creepy holiday classic, Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer.

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