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Monday Night Television

Monday Night Television LogoWahoooo for a new Castle tonight! As for everything else, unless you are into reality shows or wrestling you are out of luck tonight.

For me, I’ll watch last nights Leverage and maybe catch up on some Good Wife on OnDemand until 10 with the new Castle.

Oh! Speaking of the new Castle – this episode is the one where Kevin & Jenny get married and Seamus Dever who plays Det Kevin Ryan will be live tweeting for the event (for those of you on Twitter @SeamusDever). And a little side note – did you know the gal who play Jenny is the real-life wife of Det. Ryan’s character? Fun huh. Have you seen their wedding website (for the show) – it features their real-life photos together. I love how the cast from Castle are so interactive with their fans from Facebook to Twitter.

What will you watch tonight?

Line-up for Monday January 9th (new episodes in bold & *marks repeat episodes)

Fox – House* (2 hour)
NBC – Who’s Still Standing?Fear Factor (x2), Rock Center w/Brian Williams
ABC – The BachelorCelebrity Wife Swap; Castle
MPBN – Antiques Roadshow (1 new, 1 repeat); Pioneers of Television*
CW – Gossip Girl*; Hart of Dixie*
CBS – How I Met Your Mother*; 2 Broke Girls*; 2 1/2 Men*; Mike & Molly*Hawaii Five-0*
TNT – The Mentalist* (x2); The Closer*; CSI NY*
FX – X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Deadpool)
USA – NCIS*; WWE Monday Night Raw
TBS – Family Guy* marathon
A&E – Hoarders (1 repeat, 1 new); Intervention* (1 new, 1 repeat)
AMC – Blazing Saddles
BBC America – Top Gear Top 40 ( x3)
ESPN – Top Gear (x3)

Tonight’s highlights tonight (IMO) are (episode descriptions courtesy of IMDb and TV Guide):

Castle: Till Death Do Us Part – A womanizer leading a double life falls to his death following his latest conquest, and a surprising revelation in the investigation my interfere with Ryan and Jenny’s wedding.

Antiques Roadshow: Tulsa, Oklahoma  – Part 2 of 3 in Tulsa features a 1960 first edition of “To Kill a Mockingbird” inscribed by author Harper Lee; a collection of bronzes that may or may not be Remingtons and Russells; and a 1924 Gibson F-5 “Lloyd Loar” mandolin valued at $175,000. Also: A visit to the Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve highlights vintage petroliana collectibles.


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