Primetime Preview: The Blacklist, Hostages, and More

Which shows will you watch tonight?

by | October 28, 2013 | Comments

New Episodes Tonight:


2 Broke Girls: Season 3

Once again, Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs are female and financially insolvent; in tonight’s episode, aroline (Behrs) thinks she’s being kind by purchasing a new bedding set for Max (Dennings), little realizing that Max has an attachment to her current sheets. More


Beauty and the Beast: Season 2

The critics found the first season of Beauty and the Beast to be a middling fantasy series, but the premire got some decent notices; tonight, Vincent (Jay Ryan) and Gabe (Sendhil Ramamurthy) on on the trail of trail of a suspected beast. More


The Blacklist: Season 1

Critics say James Spader is riveting as a criminal-turned-informant, and his presence goes a long way toward making this twisty but occasionally implausible crime procedural compelling. In tonight’s episode, our heroes investigate an alluring corporate terrorist. More


Castle: Season 6

Now that Castle (Nathan Fillion) has popped the question to Beckett (Stana Katic), will our heroes be able to solve crimes while reflecting on their personal lives? Tonight, a monk is arrested in what appears to be a ritual murder, but Castle has his doubts. More


Hart of Dixie: Season 3

Rachel Bilson is back for the third season of this fish-out-of-water comedy about a hotshot heart surgeon in a small town in Alabama. Tonight, Annabeth (Kaitlyn Black) turns to Zoe (Bilson) for health advice. More


Hostages: Season 1

The critics say Hostages has an intriguing premise and handsome production values, but its twisty plot sometimes strains credulity. On tonight’s episode, Ellen (Toni Collette) gets an unexpected visit from her sister, which unsettles Duncan (Dylan McDermott). More


How I Met Your Mother: Season 9

This is the season in which we finally meet the mother of the title. Tonight, Marshall (Jason Segel) tries to erase a text message sent to Lily (Alyson Hannigan) so as not to upset her. More


Mom: Season 1

Critics say Anna Faris and Allison Janney share an undeniable comedic chemistry, and if the jokes are sometimes too crass, Mom represents a sincere (and often witty) attempt to address addiction issues. Tonight, Christy (Faris) triest to take things slow with new beau Adam (Justin Long). More

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