Happy Hump Day mi gente! I don’t know about you, but it has been a pretty long day and I’m ready to chill out the rest of the night. One of my all time favorite movies “Notting Hill” is airing at 8pm on Showtime 2. It’s your traditional boy meets girl, they fall in love and live happily ever after but it’s the bumps in the middle that make it worth the ride. Hugh Grant plays this rough-around-the-edges bloke named William Thacker who works at a bookstore in the affluent London neighborhood of Notting Hill. One day, one of the biggest stars in the world Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) walks in and their lives are never the same. Watch for a hilarious performance by Rhys Ifans (“The Amazing Spider-Man”) who plays Thacker’s best friend Spike.
Not in the mood for a romantic comedy tonight? NBC has a new episode of “Revolution” on at 8pm entitled, “Tommorowland.” Miles (Billy Burke) and Monroe (Lemuel Heida) face mustard gas from Truman (Steven Culp), so they prepare to fight at the same brutal level, much to Rachel’s (Elizabeth Mitchell) chagrin. Meanwhile, Aaron (Zak Orth) fears the strength of the nanotech; and Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) deals with his own challenge from the Patriots.
ABC has back-to-back comedies starting at 9pm with “Modern Family.” Jay (Ed O’Neill), Gloria (Sofia Vergara) and Manny (Rico Rodriguez) challenge each other to try something they’ve never done before; Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cameron (Eric Stonestreet) may have to part with some prized possessions to help pay for their wedding; Phil (Ty Burrell) and Claire’s (Julie Bowen) kids play a joke on their parents.
At 930pm, “Mixology” is airing episode 11 entitled, “Bruce and Maya.” Maya (Ginger Gonzaga) pretends to flirt with Bruce (Andrew Santino) to get Jessica’s (Alexis Carra) attention.
Head over to NBC at 10pm for a new episode of “Chicago PD” entitled, “My Way.” The Intelligence Unit members are dismayed to learn that Pulpo (Arturo Del Puerto) has been released to help locate a deadly cartel leader. Elsewhere, Ruzek (Patrick Flueger) deals with difficult news; Lindsay (Sophia Bush) has a brush with her past; and Jin (Archie Kao) faces a problem.
If you missed last weeks episode, catch up below:
Are you watching something tonight that I missed? Hit me up at @SocialRosy and lets talk entertainment!
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