Primetime Preview: Sons of Anarchy, Supernatural and More

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New Episodes Tonight:






The Goldbergs – ABC

The pundits say The Goldbergs is at times too reliant on gimmicky references to 1980s pop culture, but it’s also sweet, sincere, and occasionally very funny. Tonight, Beverly (Wendi McLendon-Covey) is upset that everyone seems to have made separate Halloween plans.
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NCIS S11 – CBS

One of CBS’ most reliable hits, NCIS is back for an 11th season. On tonight’s episode, the team investigates an oil rig explosion with the help of the Coast Guard.
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NCIS: LA S5 – CBS

The NCIS formula has proven to be so successful that its spinoff is on its fifth season. On tonight’s episode, Callen (Chris O’Donnell) goes undercover at a high school to investigate a teenage hacker.
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The Originals: Season 1

The critcs say The Originals may overwhelm casual viewers with its myriad twists and bevy of supernatural beings, but this is a sleek, atmospheric Vampire Diaries spinoff with potential. Tonight, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) demands to know why his infant child’s safety has been compromised.
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Person of Interest S3 – CBS

Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson star in this police procedural about a pair of lawmen who take preventative measures to stopping crime. On tonight’s episode, Root (Amy Acker) is a free woman and receives instructions from the Machine.
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Sons of Anarchy – FX

Critics say Sons of Anarchy continues to deliver an energetic blend of bracing action sequences, pitch black humor, and heartless violence. Tonight, Jax (Charlie Hunnam) deals with pressure from a number of different quarters.
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Supernatural: Season 9

The demon-hunting Winchester brothers continue their quest to fight evil wherever they find it. On tonight’s episode, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) encounter Oz residents Dorothy and the Wicked Witch.
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Trophy Wife – ABC

Critics say that charm, likeable characters, good chemistry, and an efficient pace help to make Trophy Wife a sly, insightful sitcom. Tonight, Kate (Malin Akerman) works overtime to revise a homemade Halloween costume for Pete (Bradley Whitford).
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