While Netflix hasn’t confirmed it, Arrested Development producer Brian Grazer said there’s a 17-episode fifth season coming up. I don’t know if I’m more excited to see more Bluths or to find out what kind of amazing guest roles a new season of Arrested Development will bring.
Here’s an introduction to the characters of MTV’s upcoming Shannara.
The 7 lessons Better Call Saul can teach AMC’s next prequel/spin-off, Fear the Walking Dead. Can we also apply them to why Caprica never quite touched the greatness of Battlestar Galatica?
When The Price is Right model Manuela Arbelaez accidentally revealed the price of a car, she called it “biggest mistake ever in game show history” but there are at least five episodes where the Price Is Right’s games fail memorably, including one episode where the show had two games set up for failure.
I like the idea of Vulture’s Meyers-Briggs style test for TV tastes. After taking the test (I got a Drama/Episodic/Cult/Highbrow) I felt it needed a little bit of fine tuning.
Days of Our Lives (NBC) Check local listings
After all of last week’s drama, WilSon are back today as Victor goes after Will (aw, yes!) while Sonny discovers that Will is terrible at “permanently deleting” things off his tablet.
Nature (PBS) Check local listings
It’s the beginning of a three-part series about the animal homes, starting with a look at the variety of bird nests out there. I hope that includes that bird that decorates its nest to attract a mate.
Young & Hungry (ABC Family) 8:00 PM ET
Feeling the clock ticking on their career ambitions, Gabi and Sofia push themselves to take the next step. For Gabi, that means getting a food article in Logan’s (Ashley Tisdale) magazine. Meanwhile, Elliot learns that Yolanda gets paid more and tries to get Josh to give him a raise. Josh just might come up with something Eliot likes better.
Schitt’s Creek (Pop) 10:00 PM ET
The town of Schitt’s Creek deals with tragedy as beloved town resident Carl dies and turns to Johnny Rose to deliver a memorable eulogy. Johnny seems to only know Schitt’s Creek residents if he needs something from them, so this seems bound to end in awkwardness.
The Americans (FX) 10:00 PM ET
Now that Page has been read into the truth about her family, Phillip and Elizabeth continue to nervously eye her to see what she’s going to do next… and Gabriel isn’t sure if Phillip can keep doing this job. That is really worrisome.
So… next season we should start seeing ridiculously huge shoulder pads, right?
Nashville (ABC) 10:00 PM ET
Raina offers to throw Juliette a baby shower but ends up ditching it to deal with Sadie’s troubles. I’m sure Juliette will calmly respond that sometimes emergencies happen and she understands. No, wait, this will probably end up with another instance of Juliette chopping off her hair trimming her split ends while screaming.
Hot in Cleveland (TV Land) 10:00 PM ET
Dane is cast in Victoria’s new play and Melanie has to watch her boyfriend kiss her friend on stage, while Joy decided to put Bob though the “Love Actually test” where she judges him based on his response to Love Actually. Meanwhile, Elka is forced to go on a talk show after losing a bet that left her having to wear a tiger costume.
Impress Me (Pop) 10:30 PM ET
It’s turnabout time as Ross moves in with his girlfriend and convinces her to let Jim sleep on the couch. But first, how will Jim get through his two-man Hamlet alone? Disastrously.
What will you be watching tonight? Please share in the comments!
The Ellen DeGeneres Show (syndicated) Check local listings
Bette Midler is joining Ellen tomorrow.
Days of Our lives (NBC) Check local listings
Will tries to control what John knows about Paul. This should be a meeting of the minds.