‘S#!& Happens’ tonight at 8pm on NBC when “Revolution” returns. No, I’m not being rude, that just happens to be the name of the episode! Miles (Billy Burke) finds himself alone and injured after an encounter with the Texas Rangers. Meanwhile, Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) seeks answers from Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) regarding Jason’s (JD Pardo) whereabouts; and Aaron (Zak Orth) discovers how hardworking the nanotech is.
Stay with NBC for a new episode of “Law & Order: SVU” at 9pm entitled, “Post-Mortem Blues.” Benson (Mariska Hargitay) is investigated following William Lewis’ (Pablo Schreiber) death, and a prosecutor convenes a grand jury and calls for her arrest. While two lieutenants advise Benson to save her career at all costs, she wrestles with what’s the right thing to do.
It looks like my loyalty tonight lies with NBC as I’ll be tuning in to “Chicago PD” at 10pm. The Intelligence Unit works furiously to find the people responsible for an explosion at Chicago Medical. Voight (Jason Beghe) and his team use their own angles and connections; Lindsay (Sophia Bush) and Antonio (Jon Seda) interrogate doctors who operated on an ambassador from Syria; and Olinsky (Elias Koteas) finds a lead. Meanwhile, the team realizes that additional bombs may still be active; and Burgess (Marina Squerciati) waits to learn about her niece’s fate.
John Leguizamo lead the celebrity tributes on social media this morning after the loss of Bob Hoskins. The veteran British actor died yesterday at the age of 71 from pneumonia. Leguizamo, who starred as Luigi alongside Hoskin’s Mario in “Super Mario Brothers,” served as co-host of “The View” this week in support of his new film, “Chef.” Check out the clip below:
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