Friday, March 15, 2013

Friday is Bride Day on TLC

Hello My Friends and Happy Friday!

The weekend is almost upon us, time for us to turn up 'Everybody's Working for the Weekend by Loverboy' and let loose for the weekend!!

If you are planning on having a low-key, relaxing night OR if you are planning a wedding, check out what's on "Bride Day" on TLC for your viewing pleasure.

We start "Bride Day" off with a new episode of Four Weddings at 5pm PST repeating at 10pm PST, two new episodes of Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta at 6pm & 6:30pm repeating at 8pm & 8:30pm, and ending with a new episode of Something Borrowed Something New at 7pm PST.

For those of you not interested in these fun, girly shows you can check out the following:
(Some of these shows I watch, some I don't, but always want my readers to be informed)


New Nikita at 5pm EST / 8pm PST on The CW
In it's third season this show focuses on a woman who escaped from a secret government-funded organization known as Division and after a three-year hiding period, is back to bring down the organization.

New Golden Boy at 6pm EST / 9pm PST on CBS
This is the first season for this show and tonight is the 5th episode (so you could still catch up to be on par).  This show about the rise of an ambitious cop who becomes the youngest police commissioner in the history of New York City and the costs he pays to keep it.

New Touch at  6pm EST / 9pm PST on FOX
Featuring Kiefer Sutherland as a widower and a single father who is haunted by the inability to connect to his emotionally challenged 11-year old son.  Already half way through the second season check out this drama that blends science and spirituality to explore the hidden connections which bind together all of humanity.

New Blue Bloods at 7pm EST / 10pm PST on CBS
In it's third season, this series follows an Irish-America family of police officers with the always handsome, Tom Selleck, he was a US Marine and Vietnam veteran before he joined the NYPD. He is a widower whose son Joe died in the line of duty, leaving him three remaining adult children; Danny, Erin, and Jamie.  Following this police drama every Friday nights on CBS.


New Cult at 6pm EST / 9pm PST on The CW
Only on it's fourth episode, this show is about a journalist blogger (like myself, lol kidding) and a production assistant that investigate a series of mysterious disappearances that are linked to a popular television series named Cult.  Although I have not had a chance to tune in, but the commercials give me the creeps just like that old board game 'The Gatekeeper'.  I have this set on PVR and will catch up soon, stay tuned for my review or tune in on Fridays on The CW!

New Grimm at 6pm EST / 9pm PST on NBC
Well into the second season, Grimm is depicted as a "cop drama - with a twist" and features a homicide detective who finds out he has descended from a line of "guardians" known as "Grimms" which keep the balance between humanity and the mythical creatures of the world called Wesen.  Each episode the battles are bigger with new mythological creatures emerging. 


New Kitchen Nightmares at 5pm EST / 8pm PST on FOX

New Fashion Star at 5pm EST / 8pm PST on ABC

New Undercover Boss at 5pm EST / 8pm PST on CBS

New Fashion Police at 7pm PST on E!

(I wish they'd bring back TGIF Friday!)

New Last Man Standing at 5pm EST / 8pm PST on ABC 
A hit Friday night comedy featuring Tim Allen as the dad and director of an outdoor sporting goods store, who is dominated by a household of four women, his wife and three daughters.  Tim Allen brings the laughter out in everyone!  Check it out tonight on ABC.

New Malibu Country at 5:30pm EST / 8:30pm PST on ABC
Another one of Rita McEntire's Friday night comedies, as she is a divorcee who just found out her music star-husband has cheated on her, so she picks up her two kids and moves to their Malibu home along with her mother, trying to restart her music career and her life.

Have a great weekend my friends and check back to see my reviews from the week and upcoming new shows for the spring!

xoxo L

1 comment:

  1. Two words:
    Yup, that's two words in my books ;)