Happy hump day to you, and in case you don’t already know— there’s another singing competition on TV tonight! “The Sing-Off” premiered Monday night, and at 8pm you can tune-in to NBC for an all new episode. I’m not even going to lie, I already have a super busy TV watching schedule but I’ve had a crush on host Nick Lachey for far longer than I’d care to admit. Plus Jewel has joined the team of judges, which includes Ben Folds, and Shawn Stockman, after Sarah Bareilles‘ departure last season.
Check out the season four premiere of “The Sing-Off” via this link
Did you guys watch the premiere of “Mob City” last week? Between seeing Milo Ventimiglia and Ed Burns in those vintage suits, I thought I was going to pass out! Part two of the Frank Darabont series airs at 9pm on TNT, so make sure you’ve seen part one via this link. Tonight, Bugsy Siegel (Burns) reveals a plan to transform the city and resorts to violence to prove his power. Meanwhile, the force is determined to apprehend Siegel; suspicions emerge as Jasmin (Alexa Davalos) struggles to stay safe.
It’s back to NBC at 10pm for “Kelly Clarkson‘s Cautionary Christmas Tale.” The mommy-to-be celebrates the holidays with a musical tale co-starring Blake Shelton, Trisha Yearwood, Matt Lauer, and Heidi Klum, amongst others. I can’t get enough of these fun holiday specials. I wish they’d air them all year round!
Did you miss “The View” yesterday? Some of the stars from my favorite British drama, “Downton Abbey” visited the show to discuss the new season. Hugh Bonneville, Laura Carmichael, Michelle Dockery, Rob James-Collier, Allen Leech, Lesley Nicol and Phyllis Logan will return to American televisions on January 5, 2014 on PBS.
Check out the episode below:
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Are you watching something tonight that I missed? Hit me up at @SocialRosy and lets talk TV!
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