Congratulations on waking up from your turkey hangover, just in time to celebrate Black Friday with me! I hope you all had a wonderful time celebrating Thanksgiving and Hanukkah and are hanging out at home excited about what’s on TV tonight.
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Feliz viernes mi gente! This week seemed to fly by so fast that I’m truly grateful that the weekend is finally here because I’m ready to relax and unwind. I can’t think of a better night to get started than Friday, so let’s discuss what you can watch on TV that will help set the tone for the weekend.
I don’t know about you guys but after a full night of emotional television last night, I’m ready for a much more relaxed viewing experience for my Friday night. Here’s what I’ll be watching:
Sexy monsters are a bit of a specialty for Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
Not only are we celebrating the arrival of Friday, but I’m sure many of you are also nursing a sugar hangover from all the trick-or-treating you did last night for Halloween. Once you’re home and ready to relax, kick back in front of the TV for a laid back Friday night.
Many thoughts galloped through my head as I watched last night’s “Boardwalk Empire.” It was no doubt one of the most intense episodes we’ve seen in a while. As I noted last week, given how Jimmy Darmody went out two years ago, I wasn’t sure if Chalky White would make it out alive.
Jonathan Rhys-Meyers drama, season opener of ‘Grimm’ put the Peacock on top in young adults.
You’ve been waiting all week and finally–it’s Friday! But today is no ordinary Friday. It’s the Friday when Jonathan Rhys Meyers makes his debut as “Dracula” on NBC at 10pm!
Ideally, Nonso Anozie would love for his new series “Dracula” to get picked up beyond the initial 10 episodes. But with networks dropping new shows almost as soon as they air the 34-year-old British actor won’t know the series’ fate for two weeks or so but thinks viewers will appreciate the newcomer.
Congratulations, mi gente, you made it to Friday! After a week of mucho trabajo, it’s time to chill out in front of the television with a nice glass of vino and finally relax– you deserve it.