TV to Si: Season Finales for ‘NCIS,’ ‘About a Boy,’ and ‘Chicago Fire’

David Walton and Adrianne Palicki on "About a Boy" (Photo: NBC)

Happy Tuesday mi gente! For you die-hard “NCIS” fans, CBS is airing the season 11 finale tonight at 8pm entitled, “Honor Thy Father.” The season wraps with the NCIS team investigating a fire on a Navy ship that served as a secret detention site for indicted terrorists. The probe focuses on whether the blaze was accidental or an intentional diversion for an escape. Meanwhile, Gibbs (Mark Harmon) visits his childhood home following news of his father’s passing.

About a Boy” is wrapping up its freshman season tonight with back-to-back episodes starting at 900pm on NBC. In “About a Hammer,” Will (David Walton) invites Sam (Adrianne Palicki) to move in with him after she is forced to evacuate her apartment. Later, Will and Marcus (Benjamin Stockham) build a tree house. In “About a Rib Chute,” Will turns to Andy (Al Madrigal) for advice after Sam gets a job offer in New York City.

At 10pm, keep it on NBC for a new episode of “Chicago Fire.” A fire breaks out at a boarding school in the Season 2 finale, and Severide (Taylor Kinney) questions himself in the aftermath of the blaze. Elsewhere, Dawson (Monica Raymund) retakes the fireman’s exam, with some political help from Casey (Jesse Spencer); Mills (Charlie Barnett) searches for answers about his father’s past; and Boden’s (Eamonn Walker) plans go awry.

Did you catch Nick Cordero (are we related?) on “The Talk” yesterday? The Broadway star, who was there with fellow actor Zach Braff, talked about their collaboration on “Bullets Over Broadway.” Check out the clip below:

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Are you watching something tonight that I missed? Hit me up at @SocialRosy and lets talk entertainment!
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