TV to Si: Say Goodbye to ‘Revolution’ and ‘Mixology’

by | May 21, 2014 at 5:25 PM | Chicago PD, General, Latino Entertainment News, Mixology, Revolution, TV to Si, Watch What Happens Live, Xfinity Latino Entertainment News, Xfinity TV Latino

Ricky Martin visits "Watch What Happens Live" (Photo: Bravo)

Hey it’s hump day and we have a full night of TV to look forward to. Even though NBC cancelled “Revolution,” I can’t bring myself to stop watching. During the series finale at 8pm, Miles’ (Billy Burke) crew plan an attack on the Patriots, but then they’re forced to improvise because of a war between other parties. Meanwhile, Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) goes after President Davis (Cotter Smith); and Aaron (Zack Orth) and Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) try to save Priscilla (Maureen Sebastian).

Another show cursed with the ax is the freshman comedy, “Mixology” on ABC. Tonight at 930pm, we’ll see how the infamous night at Manhattan bar “Mix” wraps up. Tom (Blake Lee) gets guidance from from Bruce (Andrew Santino) and Cal (Craig Frank) in the series finale entitled, “Closing Time.” Meanwhile Liv (Kate Simses) must make a last minutes decision about Ron (Adam Campbell). Will someone please save this great little show?

Chicago PD” is wrapping up season one tonight at 10pm on NBC. In “A Beautiful Friendship,” Atwater (LaRoyce Hawkins) gets used to his new job while Antonio (Jon Seda) is stuck with desk duty during his recovery. Meanwhile, Lindsay (Sophia Bush) asks Voight (Jason Beghe) for help; and Jin (Archie Kao) is forced to come clean about his secret meetings with Stillwell (Ian Bohen).

Did you guys see Ricky Martin when he was on “Watch What Happens Live” earlier this week? During his chat with Andy Cohen, he talked about what the creepiest thing a fan ever gave him was. Trust me, you will have to watch this clip twice because you won’t want to believe it!

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