What To Watch – Monday, January 8, 2018

Some of our favorite Monday shows are still on hiatus but not our most favorite new show, The Brave. The Brave returns tonight to pick up right after the fall finale and Jaz’s abduction.    Also new, The Good Doctor.

Last advice for the day, Roll Tide!!

(Photo by: John Britt/NBC)

8pm Hour:

1st Choice:  College Football Playoff National Championship. The best in the country will be decided tonight when the Alabama Crimson Tide (#4) take on the Georgia Bulldogs (#3) for the right to be called National College Champion. For our part, PCR is fully Roll Tide!!  ESPN

2nd Choice: Supergirl.  Catch this replay of “Crisis on Earth-X Part 1,” it was that good a crossover event that you should watch it (again)!  The CW

3rd Choice: The Bachelor.  The real work of catching an STD finding love begins tonight on The Bachelor. ABC

9pm Hour:

1st Choice:   College Football Playoff National Championship. Continues on ESPN.

2nd Choice: Arrow. Catch this replay of “Crisis on Earth-X Part 2,” it was that good a crossover event that you should watch it (again)!  The CW

3rd Choice: The Bachelor.   Continues on ABC.

10pm Hour:

(Photo by: John Britt/NBC)

1st Choice: The Brave.  The best new show on TV returns tonight for the first of its final four episodes this season.  Is Jaz ok and more importantly, can Dalton & Co rescue her?  Come back and check out my recap which will go live at 10pm.    NBC

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2nd Choice:  The Good Doctor.  One of our other favorite shows returns tonight.  From this description, it looks like Shaun is doing a runner following his physical and emotional outburst that concluded the mid- season finale.   “Dr. Marcus Andrews enlists Dr. Neil Melendez on a very sensitive kidney transplant between a pair of twins whose lives intersect in more ways than one. Meanwhile, overwhelmed by Dr. Aaron Glassman’s attempts to have him meet with a therapist and the demands at work, Dr. Shaun Murphy decides to take an impromptu trip with his friend Lea and leave everything behind.”  ABC

3rd Choice: College Football Playoff National Championship. Continues on ESPN.

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