Supergirl returns to your TV tonight while Scorpion takes its season final bow. In between we’re watching The Terror, The Crossing and Good Girls!! Mondays, more choices than you know what to do with …
We love Monday nights these days at Pop Culture Review! We have DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Terror, The Crossing (they had me at Flash Forward in tonight’s episode description) and Good Girls. Also on, Scorpion but that pales in comparison to the other offerings at 10p.
The Alienist gut punched viewers last week with a notable character death so expect the fall out to really hit home tonight in this, the penultimate episode of the season and our Top Pick To Watch Tonight! Elsewhere, new Good Girls and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow lead our What To Watch pack with The Good Doctor and Scorpion as suitable runners-up.
Monday Nights are a great time for TV; with the addition of Good Girls (and maybe McMafia, we’re adding it to our test bubble list) in the 10pm slot, we continue to have multiple quality dramas in that hour; The Alienist continues to be supreme entertainment in the 9pm hour and at 8pm, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow have a bunch more episodes before their season runs dry.
Before you watch The Alienist tonight, make sure you’re caught up on all of the explosive action from last week’s episode with our Deep Dive Recap & Review Here!
Not on the official What To Watch cause its really niche but the final 3 original episodes of Star Wars: Rebels airs tonight on Disney XD, beginning at 8:30pm. Time to say goodbye to Ezra and the crew of the Ghost.
Monday nights aren’t the same with new The Brave on but we must, we will, soldier on. We still have a new episode of our current fave psychological thriller, The Alienist (make sure you have read our latest deep dive recap of last week’s episode before you watch tonight), as well as new episodes of Supergirl, Scorpion and The Good Doctor. Out of the norm, we are looking at a documentary on Silk Road (of Dark Web fame). All in all, a fun filled night of TV.
I’d be remiss not to mention the fact that the Winter Olympics begin on Thursday and so expect lots of coverage on that from us (we love the Olympics) and in fact, NBC is doing a preview hour of the Americans to watch at the games, but, as we have other things we’d rather watch tonight at 10, it didn’t make our recommend list.
All eyes are on The Brave tonight as it hits its Season 1 finale in dramatic style (read our recap from last week’s episode, here). We live tweet this show every week and its a blast, you should follow us on Twitter @AdminPopCultRev. Tonight, at 11pm (ET), we’ll be joining the folks at So Many Shows to discuss the episode along with the show’s creator Dean Georgaris and several of the show’s stars!! Join us and listen in live!
Also on, a new episode of The Alienist (read our recap of Last Week’s series premiere here).
Tonight, The Brave begins its two part season finale (renew this show NBC!!). Elsewhere, plenty of new TV with the series premieres of The Alienist and The Resident. Also, new Supergirl, Scorpion and The Good Doctor. So much to watch!!!
The Brave returns with another new episode tonight; prepare for some fallout from last week’s daring rescue of Jaz. Elsewhere, the epic Season 1 finale of The Gifted (2 hours worth!)’ the return of Supergirl from hiatus and new episodes of The Good Doctor and Scorpion.
Read a book tonight, friends. Or wrap presents. Shit is a desert of no TV. I mean, there is a very special Scorpion wherein Walter does the whole turn on Dickens’ Christmas Carol, but otherwise, blech.
Wow, Mondays fell apart fast. I feel like we went from having too much to watch to now, cobbling together a night. With Supergirl and The Good Doctor on their winter rests, thank the maker we still have The Gifted and Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comics to keep us company. Unfortunately, both of those are hitting their finales tonight as well (mid-season for The Gifted, season for Kirkman). Also, Scorpion (which hopefully is resolving the Cabe storyline tonight, yeesh), football, and people trying to National Lampoon Christmas their house. Idiots.