Can you believe it’s midweek already? Happy Wednesday chicos! I hope that despite the awful weather affecting so many of us today, that you’re having a good day and are ready to talk TV!
My night starts with an all-new episode of “Revolution” at 8pm on NBC. Tonight, Aaron’s (Zak Orth) deathly experience attracts attention while Miles (Billy Burke) and the gang try to escape. Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Gene (Stephen Collins) continue to struggle with their relationship which will have an impact on Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos).
Click here to watch last weeks episode entitled, “The Patriot Act.”
At 9pm I’ll be tuning in to “Modern Family” on ABC. In tonight’s episode entitled, “A Fair To Remember,” Jay (Ed O’Neill) is paired up with his nemesis to work security at the school fair after his wife Gloria (Sofia Vergara) put him up for the job behind his back. The Pritchett Clan will have a lot of ups and downs in this episode including Haley (Sarah Hyland) and Andy (Adam DeVine) sharing an awkward moment.
If you rather catch a movie tonight, you can skip all of the above and watch “Once Upon a Time In Mexico” airing at 8pm on the Sundance Channel. The R-rated action thriller tells the story of El Mariachi (Antonio Banderas). Haunted and scarred by tragedy, he retreats into a life of isolation but is forced out of hiding when Sands (Johnny Depp), a corrupt CIA agent, recruits him to sabotage an assassination plot against the president of Mexico. But El Mariachi also has his own reasons for returning–blood revenge. Rounding out the all-star cast are Salma Hayek, Eva Mendes, Danny Trejo, Cheech Marin, and Enrique Iglesias.
Before I run off to program my DVR, I want to put last night’s episode of “Sons of Anarchy” on your radar. I don’t want to give away any spoilers, but things aren’t looking good for Tara (Maggie Siff). The full episode is available below:
Are you watching something tonight that I missed? Hit me up at @SocialRosy and lets talk TV!
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