With only two episodes left in season six of “Sons of Anarchy,” the anxiety while thinking about the possibility of anyone else meeting Mr. Mayhem is just too much. The major death fans have anticipated for most of the series, finally went down his month so hopefully creator Kurt Sutter has met his quota for killing.
I realize SOA won’t be on until 10pm but if you’re behind or need a refresher, now is the time to do it. I feel like Sutter and his team of writers are setting us up for an explosive finale on December 10th, especially since they have only one more season to wrap up the series.
For those of you who will wait until 10pm to watch, you have some great options for earlier in the night. At 8pm, MTV Tres will begin airing season two of “Catfish: The TV Show.” The reality-based docudrama delves into the world of online dating. The term catfish refers to someone who creates fake personal profile on social media sites with the intent of having someone fall in love with them. Producers bring together people who have built online relationships but have never met in real life to confirm whether they’ve been truthful about their identities.
It can get pretty crazy to see people go on this journey who’ve had relationships with another person for months and sometimes years without having ever met! Tonight you’ll meet Cassie, a woman has fallen in love with a rapper named Steve.
At 9:30pm there’s an all new episode of “The Mindy Project” on Fox. Mindy (Mindy Kaling) throws a Christmas bash for all of the building’s businesses so she can spend more time with Cliff (Glenn Howerton), but Brendan’s (Mark Duplass) date (guest star Maria Menounos) zaps Mindy’s holiday spirit with a seductive rendition of “Santa Baby” for the guests.
If you missed last week’s episode entitled, “Wedding Crushers,” check it out below:
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Wrap up your evening watching “Breaking Bad” alum Steven Michael Quesada when he visits “The Arsenio Hall Show” at 11pm on The CW. Find out what he’s been up to since being elected to the Albuquerque school board earlier this year.
Are you watching something tonight that I missed? Hit me up at @SocialRosy and lets talk TV!
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