What To Watch Tonight – Thursday, October 3, 2019

What To Watch Tonight?  Settling into our Fall TV routine and we really look forward to Thursdays. Not only has NBC amassed a solid Must See Comedy Block but on the drama side, shows like A Million Little Things and our Top Pick To Watch Tonight, EVIL! Check out all of our picks for the night below. What are you watching?


8pm Hour:


1st Choice:  Grey’s Anatomy. “The Grey Sloan doctors operate on a man who crashed into Maggie’s car as Owen, back from paternity leave, struggles with Tom’s new position. Outside the hospital, Meredith’s recent firing doesn’t stop her from diagnosing those around her. Plus, Richard and Alex start anew and it’s not easy. All the while, Jo readies herself to return to work, and Amelia has a new revelation in her relationship with Link.” ABC

2nd Choice:  NBC Comedy Block. In this two hour block, Must See Thursday Fall has new Superstore, Perfect Harmony, The Good Place and Sunnyside. All worth giving a look. NBC

3rd Choice: iHeartRadio Music Festival.  “Alicia Keys, Miley Cyrus, Chance the Rapper, Zac Brown Band and Mumford & Sons are among the performers at the annual music festival. From T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.” The CW

9pm Hour:


1st Choice:  A Million Little Things. “Eddie manages to keep Theo distracted in the midst of trying to track down Katherine, while Maggie realizes her mother’s surprise move to Boston might not be just for her. Meanwhile, Regina struggles with accepting Andrew’s ideas about the restaurant, and PJ makes a shocking confession to Rome.” ABC

2nd Choice:  NBC Comedy Block.  Continues on NBC.

3rd Choice: iHeartRadio Music Festival. Continues on The CW.

10pm Hour:


1st Choice:  EVIL. “Kristen, David and Ben are called to investigate a supposed miracle when Naomi Clark, a 17-year-old soccer player, comes back to life after she had been declared dead for almost two hours. Also, Kristen meets with her former boss, Lewis Cormier, at the Queens District Attorney’s office, where she runs into Leland Townsend.” CBS

2nd Choice: Mr. Inbetween. “The existence of monsters is pondered.” FX

3rd Choice:  The Holzer Files. “The team reopens a legendary ghost hunter’s 50-year-old case of rampant paranormal activity at one of the oldest houses in Rye, New York.” Travel

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