What To Watch Tonight? If you’re into sitcoms, Football or Shonda Rhimes, you fucking LOVE Thursday night TV. If not, well, maybe you can catch up on other stuff from earlier in the week. Here at PCR, if it wasn’t for the season 14 premiere of Supernatural, our Top Pick To Watch Tonight, we’d have the TV off tonight and we’d be reading Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
1st Choice: Supernatural. “The Season 14 premiere: Sam enlists everyone’s help in trying to track down Dean, who can literally be anywhere. Meanwhile, Castiel may be in over his head after meeting up with an unreliable source. After being drained of his grace, Jack is adjusting to life as a human, learning new skills and figuring out how he fits in to this world of hunters.” The CW
2nd Choice: Grey’s Anatomy. “Meredith turns heads when she shows up to work done up and ready for her blind date later that day, while Alex makes a questionable decision in order to save a patient. Meanwhile, the burden of knowing Teddy’s secret keeps Maggie up at night, ultimately making her decide she has to tell someone.” ABC
3rd Choice: Thursday Night Football. “Philadelphia Eagles (2-3) at New York Giants (1-4). From MetLife Stadium.” Fox
1st Choice: Thursday Night Football. Continues on Fox.
2nd Choice: The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead. “Tragedy strikes Elizabethville, Pa., when a father finds his 23-year-old son dead of unknown causes in his room. Coroner Graham Hetrick listens as the hidden wounds on Zack Donnelly’s body reveal the shocking story of his death—and who is responsible.” ID
3rd Choice: The First 48. “For a Friend & The Last Gamble.” A&E
1st Choice: To Catch A Killer. “Christmas night takes a frightening turn when a Greensboro teen is found brutally murdered. As the killer taunts the victim’s family, Detective Mike Terry works tirelessly to bring this fugitive to justice, putting his own personal life on the line.” ID
2nd Choice: S.W.A.T. “The team protects the jurors of a high-profile bribery trial after some of them are targeted by organized crime in a series of fire-bombings.” ID
3rd Choice: Thursday Night Football. Continues on Fox.