Hello Thursday! You know you're a TV addict when you do not have a favorite night to watch because what's new tonight on TV is exciting every night! And that's probably, hopefully why you're hanging out here with me.
I have another confession for you today. I expected Grey's Anatomy to be not so great this season. I know it's winding down, and plot lines tend to go south. I was so totally wrong. I sincerely apologize to Shonda Rhimes. I never should have doubted the genius that she is.
Basically, after chasing to a bizillion stores to find the "right" Halloween costume components, I decided to chill and finally watch the Grey's 2-hour premiere this past Sunday. Four hours of Grey's later I am shaking like an addict waiting for a new episode - and of course, it's not new tonight! ACK!
For the rest of the night, there's plenty more to watch tonight on TV!
Here's what we've got going on:
It's TGIT on ABC with It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown and Toy Story OF TERROR! followed by Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder.
Over on CBS it's Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders.
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) October 19, 2017
FOX has an all new Orville followed by Gotham. Not caught up on Gotham? We've got you covered with our recaps!
NBC is on fire tonight with Superstore, The Good Place, Will And Grace, Great News and Chicago Fire.
On The CW we get an all new Supernatural and Arrow.
Comedy Central late night is new with Nathan For You, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and The Opposition with Jordan Klepper.
I Love You, America is new on HULU.
Lifetime has new episodes of Project Runway US and American Beauty Star.
— American Beauty Star (@AmBeautyStar) October 19, 2017
Over on Syfy it's new Van Helsing and Ghost Wars.
We're going back to the event that started it all. The first shot of the #GhostWars.
— Ghost Wars (@ghostwarstv) October 19, 2017
It's a must-win game for the Chicago Cubs on TBS. They have to overcome a two game deficit against the Los Angeles Dodgers to get into the World Series.
— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) October 19, 2017