What To Watch Tonight? Still no MacGyver and not even any great holiday choices to be watching. We’ve got new Midnight, Texas and Van Helsing. In the holiday specials sphere, we’ve got the heart string pulling, A Home for the Holidays: The 20th Anniversary on CBS and I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown on ABC – which, I’ve never even heard of. Maybe go to the movies tonight, there are some great choices out right now!
What To Watch Tonight? With no MacGyver, this is a pretty blech night of TV. We’ve got new Midnight, Texas (in a special 8pm timeslot), Hell’s Kitchen, and Van Helsing. In the holiday specials sphere, we’ve got an I Love Lucy Christmas Special on CBS and The 87th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade on The CW. What Are You Watching?!?
What To Watch Tonight? This is a pretty typical Friday night, kicking off with our Top Pick To Watch Tonight, MacGyver, at 8pm. Midnight, Texas and Van Helsing round out the rest of our night. Blindspot, Dynasty, Hell’s Kitchen, Live PD, and Hawaii Five-O are all giving good offers too! What Are You Watching?!?
After last Friday’s holiday special bonanza, tonight is normal Friday night fare. We have our Top Pick To Watch Tonight, MacGyver, at 8pm followed by Midnight, Texas at 9pm and Van Helsing at 10pm. What Are You Watching?!?
The day after Thanksgiving isn’t just about Black Friday sales but it’s the official start of the Holiday specials season. Tonight kicks off with wall to wall Christmas Specials including, among other choices, the classics Frosty the Snowman and How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The only normal Friday night show on is Van Helsing at 10pm.
Our Top Pick to Watch Tonight is PCR Fave, MacGyver! Also on, Van Helsing, as well as Dynasty and Midnight, Texas. But more importantly, head to SoManyShows.com and wish our good buddy, Jay M., a very happy birthday!!
Our Top Pick to Watch Tonight is the Season 2 Premiere of Midnight, Texas. We missed the boat on this show last year but are committed to giving it a go in its new season. Also on, PCR Fave MacGyver, as well as Dynasty and an excellent PBS special series, Shakespeare Uncovered. The World Series too, if that’s your thing.