News & Notes
On cable tonight, E! has a True Hollywood Story: Kara Dioguardi special, Bravo has the second season finale of Top Chef: Just Desserts, and BBC America has the series premiere of Whitechapel.
The Middle (ABC): New. Sue wears an embarrassing costume to a party. Axl and his friends are planning a prank.
Suburgatory (ABC): New. Others at school seem to be reminded of a recently departed neighbor by Tessa’s costume. George is attempting to convince Dallas that Halloween can be fun.
Modern Family (ABC): Repeat. Last season’s “Halloween” episode replays. Runs 31 minutes.
Happy Endings (ABC): New. Most of the gang attends a warehouse party while Brad and Jane are housesitting in the burbs. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 31 minutes.
Psych (USA Network): New. Shawn and Gus are convinced that a vampire is behind a set of murders. Kristy Swanson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie) guest-stars. Plays again later. This episode is very funny. Gus is normally the level headed one, so I really enjoy the episodes when he jumps on board the crazy train with Shawn.
Ringer (The CW): Repeat. The “It’s Gonna Kill Me, But I’ll Do It” episode replays.
Law & Order: UK (BBC America): New. An investigation is launched after video of a teen girl being murdered is found on the Internet. Plays again later.
Revenge (ABC): New. The Graysons begin to distrust their head of security after some surveillance video becomes public. Starts two minutes after the hour and runs 58 minutes.
- MythBusters (Discovery Channel): New. Some Chinese martial arts myths are looked at. Plays again later.
- ESPN has college football action with Connecticut at Pittsburgh.
- FOX has Game 6 of the World Series with the Texas Rangers at the St. Louis Cardinals.
- Sons of Anarchy (FX): Repeat. Last night’s episode, “Family Recipe,” replays.
Bravo has seven episodes of Top Chef: Just Desserts.
Discovery Channel has five episodes of MythBusters tonight.
TNT has five episodes of Law & Order tonight.
USA Network has 10 episodes of NCIS.