News & Notes
Listen to the latest TV times Three Podcast: Ep.165, “30 Bunheads and a Resort Scandal.” On this episode I am joined by @danieltwalters and Mel of @nicegirlstv. We talk about recent episodes of Once Upon a Time, Bunheads, Last Resort, 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, and Scandal.
Arrow (The CW): New. Diggle and Oliver don’t agree on Oliver’s latest target, who happens to be Diggle former commanding officer in the military.
Modern Family (ABC): New. Gloria’s mother and sister come for a visit. Phil tries to help the kids with their problems. Runs 31 minutes.
Suburgatory (ABC): New. George isn’t sure what to do when Dallas goes a bit overboard promoting his business. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 29 minutes.
Nashville (ABC): New. Edgehill throws a big party to celebrate the success of “Wrong Song.” Teddy wants to know what Rayna’s relationship is with Liam. Juliette brings her mother to the party.
The Middle (ABC): New. Frankie wants Mike to hang out with a new neighbor that seems to share some similar interests. Runs 30 minutes.
Criminal Minds (CBS): New. Reid is dealing with his loss while the rest of the team heads to San Francisco on a case.
Necessary Roughness (USA Network): Winter Premiere. Dani is finding it hard to reopen her practice. TK is back from rehab. Pittman leaves the team to his daughter. Plays again later.
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS): New. The team investigates a case involving a tennis star.
- Supernatural (The CW): New. Sam and Dean investigate the deaths of two people while playing a game.
- ESPN has doubleheader college basketball action with Duke at Miami followed by Georgia Tech at North Carolina.
- ESPN2 has college basketball action with TCU at West Virginia followed by women’s and men’s semifinals coverage of the Australian Open tennis tournament.
- NBA TV has doubleheader action tonight.
- White Collar (USA Network): Repeat. Last night’s episode, “Family Business,” replays.
Wednesday TV Marathons
Castle (TNT): Seven episodes tonight.
Law & Order: UK (BBC America): Six episodes today.
NCIS (USA Network): Nine episodes.
What will you watch on TV Wednesday?