Thursday TV: Heroes Reborn, The Blacklist S.3 Premiere, The Player & More

News & Notes

Get The Blacklist Episodes via Amazon VideoTonight, FOX has the 11th season premiere of Bones and the third season premiere or Sleepy Hollow, NBC has the third season premiere of The Blacklist, and PBS has the 14th season premiere of The This Old House Hour.

Over on cable, ABC Family has the finale three episodes of Job or No Job earlier in the day, Comedy Central has the second season finale of Review, Cooking Channel has the series premiere of Sugar Showdown, Food Network has the sixth season premiere of Beat Bobby Flay, FX has the second season finale of Married, History has the fourth season finale of Mountain Men, IFC has the series premieres of Benders and Gigi Does It, Syfy has the second season finale of Dominion, and truTV has an Impractical Jokers: One Night Stand Up comedy special.

Listen to the latest TV times Three Podcast: Ep.292, “The CW Fall TV Preview 2015.” On this episode I am joined by @DocBrown_TV and @thetelevixen to talk some recent cancellation and renewal news and then preview The CW Fall TV Schedule followed by a discussion of the series premieres of Blindspot, Heroes Reborn, Minority Report and The Muppets and the second season premiere of Empire. Plus, some TV recommendations at the end.

Prime Picks

Heroes Reborn (NBC): New. Tommy likes having someone he can share his ability with. Miko runs into some problems looking for her father. A plan to protect the populous from Evos is revealed with the public. Did you jump back on the Heroes train? Will you continue the ride tonight? You can hear my thoughts on last week’s two hour Heroes Reborn series premiere.

The Blacklist (NBC): Season Premiere. Red and Liz try to get out of the city has the FBI pursue her for murdering the attorney general. Dembe finds himself in some trouble.

The Player (NBC): New. Alex is tasked with stopping a diamond heist. Alex learns a few things by attending Ginny’s funeral. Did you check out last week’s series premiere? Will you be watching again tonight? You can hear my thoughts on last week’s episode of The Player.

Solid Selections

Bones (FOX): Season Premiere. It is six month after where last season ended and Booth goes missing and a case tied to it brings Brennan back to the Jeffersonian. Solid return to the series, but this is really just part one, as the conclusion to the story doesn’t come until next week.

Sleepy Hollow (FOX): Season Premiere. Crane believes he has found something that points to his and Abby’s future and their battle against evil. Really like the reframing of the show and the new goals put in from of them. Hope it means that they have found their way back to what made season one so much fun. Will you be returning to Sleepy Hollow tonight?

How to Get Away With Murder (ABC): New. The siblings that Annalise is defending are charged with a new crime.

Other Options

  • Arrow (The CW): Repeat. The third season finale episode, “My Name Is Oliver Queen,” replays.
  • Dominion (Syfy): Season Finale. Vega is breached by 8-Balls. David does whatever he can to ensure he survives. Noma’s secret becomes known. Alex fights to save the only home he has ever really known. Plays again later.
  • The Flash (The CW): Repeat. The first season finale episode, “Fast Enough,” replays.
  • Grey’s Anatomy (ABC): New. It is Bailey’s first day as chief. Meredith is having trouble finding balancer in her life. Amelia tries to figure out what she really has with Owen.
  • Scandal (ABC): New. Olivia and the team head away from D.C. to work a new case. Abby gets some advice. Fitz wants to know who let out their secret.

Sports Notes

  • CBS and NFL Network have Thursday Night Football action with the Baltimore Ravens at the Pittsburgh Steelers.
  • ESPN has Thursday Night College Football action with Miami at Cincinnati.

Late Night

  • Continuum (Syfy): Repeat. Last Friday’s episode, “Power Hour,” replays.

Thursday TV Marathons

Blue Bloods (ION): Has 14 episodes.
Castle (TNT): Eight episodes tonight.
CSI: NY (TNT): Five episodes in late night.
Law & Order (SundanceTV): Seven episodes tonight into late night.
NCIS (USA Network): Has 15 episodes.

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