News & Notes
Listen to the latest from TV times Three: Ep.157, “The Homeland Fringe Castle.” On this episode I am joined by @atvgeek82 and @CarlaDay to talk about some news and recent episodes of Fringe, The Walking Dead, Homeland, and Castle.
Last Man Standing (ABC): New. Mike puts together a neighborhood dodgeball game to try and help Boyd build some character. Runs 31 minutes.
Fringe (FOX): New. A team member takes on a new role and Walter is following a lead.
Haven (Syfy): New. Audrey, Duke and Tommy are looking for the woman that can resurrect people. Plays again later.
Go On (NBC): Repeat. The “He Got Game, She Got Cats” episode replays. Runs 30 minutes.
Nikita (The CW): New. Amanda sends in a rogue Division agent to get Owen out of a Russian prison. He gets away from her and attempts to contact Nikita.
Hunted (Cinemax): New. Turner puts forth a diabolical plan. Aidan finds out some things about Sam. Plays again later.
- Blue Bloods (CBS): New. A man gets stabbed by someone in a spirit of death costume. Danny ends up having to investigate the voodoo community.
- CSI: NY (CBS): New. A psychiatrist’s patients are being murdered.
- Grimm (NBC): New. Hank recalls a case from his past that involved a man that claimed the murder he was charged with was self-defense against monsters.
- The Walking Dead (AMC): Repeat. This past Sunday’s episode, “Killer Within,” replays. Plays again later.
- ESPN has doubleheader college basketball action with Connecticut vs. Michigan State followed by Kentucky vs. Maryland and then NBA action with the Utah Jazz at the Denver Nuggets.
- ESPN2 has Friday Night College Football with Pittsburgh at Connecticut.
- NBC Sports has doubleheader college basketball action with Marquette vs. Ohio State followed by Georgetown at Florida.
- Burn Notice (USA Network): Repeat. Last night’s sixth season fall premiere episode replays. Runs two hours.
Friday TV Marathons
BBC America has seven episodes of Doctor Who.
ION has seven episodes of Cold Case tonight.
TNT has six episodes of Law & Order today.
USA Network has five episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation followed by seven episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
What will you watch on TV Friday?