Happiness is a Warm TV blog
Posted by Brooke Cain on April 20, 2014
Salem (10pm, WGN) - In the premiere of a new supernatural drama (WGN’s first original series) set in the 17th century, John Alden returns from war to discover the woman he left behind is now married to another man and that his hometown of Salem, Mass., is in the midst of a witch panic.
Also on tonight . . .
The Good Wife (9pm, CBS) - Florrick/Agos represents an NSA whistle-blower and learns that the agency has been monitoring the firm and Alicia’s personal life. Also, Louis Canning ( Michael J. Fox) joins Lockhart/Gardner, and Alicia goes to the State’s Attorney when he tries to make Finn a scapegoat in the Jeffrey Grant case.
Posted by Brooke Cain on April 19, 2014
The excellent second season of “Orphan Black” premieres tonight on BBC America.
Posted by Brooke Cain on April 18, 2014
ESPN airs a repeat of Thursday night’s debut of the 30 for 30 documentary on the Detroit Pistons, “Bad Boys.”
Posted by Brooke Cain on April 17, 2014
On TV tonight, season finales for "Scandal," "Parenthood," "Community" and "The Crazy Ones."
Posted by Brooke Cain on April 16, 2014
A “Nova” special looks at how animals use their senses, including the differences between wolves and dogs in how they interpret visual information and smells.
Posted by Brooke Cain on April 15, 2014
“Fargo,” a new 10-episode “limited series” on FX, is a wonderful – but entirely different – play on the 1996 Coen brothers film.
Posted by Brooke Cain on April 14, 2014
In the season finale of “Mom,” Violet goes into labor and gets help from Christy and Bonnie.