What To Watch – Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Its Freaky Friday done The Flash style tonight! And on Black Lightning, lots of aftermath from the bloody episode last week (lord, I’m behind on my recaps)!

At 10pm, we have the season finale of Bellevue which is bat shit crazy but I love it just the same.  Also at 10, the series premieres of For the People (not sold) and Rise, Josh Radnor’s new show from Jason Katims which is AMAZING. This is our new go to show once Bellevue is done.

RISE — “Pilot” Episode 101 — Pictured: (l-r) Auli’i Cravalho as Lilette Suarez, Damon J. Gillespie as Robbie Thorne — (Photo by: Peter Kramer/NBC)

8pm Hour:

Photo: Katie Yu/The CW

1st Choice:   The Flash. “Team Flash confront a new bus meta, Matthew AKA Melting Pot, who has the ability to swap people’s DNA. During a battle with Team Flash, Matthew accidentally takes Barry’s speed away and gives it to Iris. Now, with a new threat unleashed on Central City, Barry must act as the team leader while Iris takes on the mantle of superhero speedster in order to defeat their new foe.” The CW

2nd  Choice:   NCIS. “Gibbs and Ducky see an antique war stick on television that could be the missing murder weapon to a 16-year-old cold case.” CBS

3rd Choice:  The Voice. The Blind Auditions Conclude, part 6! NBC

9pm Hour:

Photo: Bob MahoneyThe CW

1st Choice:    Black Lightning.  “Black Lightning works with Anissa to help find information to clear his name. Jennifer begins interning for Lynn. Meanwhile, Gambi finds himself in a precarious situation.”  The CW

2nd Choice:  This Is Us.  Season Finale time, bring the tissues! “In the Season 2 finale, the Pearsons come together to celebrate Kate and Toby’s wedding.” NBC

3rd Choice:  Web of Lies.  “Fifteen-year-old Audrie Pott has no recollection of what happened at a friend’s house party. But when lewd photos of her are shared through text message, her world turns upside down and public shaming pushes her to the edge.”  ID

10pm Hour:

1st Choice:   Bellevue.  “The Jesse case nears an end, but it becomes quickly clear that the ordeal is far from over as Annie and the town are brought to a perilous and emotion climax.” WGN America

2nd Choice:   Rise.   “In the premiere, Lou petitions to take over as director of the theater program in an attempt to revitalize his passion for teaching, but quickly realizes he has his work cut out for him. His controversial decision to change the musical to the more provocative “Spring Awakening” and his atypical casting choices create a ripple effect for the program’s assistant director Tracey Wolfe, the school’s football coach Sam Strickland, and the students in the show.”  NBC

3rd Choice:   For the People. “The series premiere of the drama about six talented young lawyers who work on opposite sides of the law and handle the most high-profile and high-stakes federal cases in the country” ABC

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