News & Notes
Tonight, NBC has the series premiere of Undateable.
Over on cable, CNN has the series premiere of The Sixties and Food Network has the second season finale of Food Court Wars.
If you subscribe via email, sorry about the Wednesday picks not going out yesterday morning. Sometimes things get posted later than normal, but I usually remember to reset when the email is supposed to go out. That was not the case yesterday. By the time I realized this, it was already after 5:00pm PT and kind of too late to send it.
Listen to the latest TV times Three Podcast: Ep.228, “2013-14 TV Season Recap.” On this episode I am joined by @atvgeek82, @DocBrown_TV, @joelkeller, @kyool, @moryan, @mytakeontv, @ONCEpodcast (Daniel & Hunter), @raelee and @ultraversion21. We take a look back at the 2013-14 TV season with segments on cancellations, network comedies, standout dramas, comic book dramas, fairytale dramas, and reality check. Lastly, we make some TV recommendations.
The Big Bang Theory (CBS): Repeat. “The Discovery Dissapation” episode from earlier this season replays, where Amy and Leonard attempt to help Sheldon work through something and Raj ends up overstaying his welcome at Bernadette and Howard’s place. Runs 31 minutes.
Gang Related (FOX): New. Ryan goes after the gang that was responsible for shooting Carlos.
Penny Dreadful (Showtime): Repeat. This past Sunday night’s episode, “Resurrection,” replays.
- Undateable (NBC): Series Premiere. Two episodes play tonight. In the first, a confident slacker somehow ends up with his new roommate’s group of romantically-challenged friends and he decides he can help them with their love life. In the second, Danny tries to help Justin out by sending a note to Nicki for him. The group questions Danny’s role.
- MLB Network has a game today and another tonight.
- TNT has an NBA Playoffs game tonight.
Thursday TV Marathons
Flashpoint (ION): Five episodes tonight and into late night.
Ghost Whisperer (ION): Six episodes today.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (USA Network): Has 15 episodes.
Living Single (TV One): Has 12 episodes early.