Hooray! It’s hump day! Not only will fans find some fabulous episodes on television tonight, the presidential political process is continually being highlighted on the tube as the final days of the race are upon us! If you are looking for something new to watch, Amazon released “Goliath” with Billy Bob Thornton and critics are raving about this series dubbing it “must see TV.”
‘The Crown’ on Netflix: Premiere goes to the dog (and the fans love it)
The red carpet premiere of “The Crown” was elegant, lovely and extravagant as Netflix revealed their latest show. Yet, it’s safe to say most fans were obsessed with the dog. An adorable corgi was walking the red carpet with the rest of the cast getting all the attention. This dog was super fly too! Strapped to the top of the pup was a camera and it probably will reveal all the humans trying to get this dog’s attention. (Photo at the top of this article via Scott Garnham.)
‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ follows ‘CMA Awards’ with a country music theme show
The night belongs to country music as the CMA Awards on ABC will be offering up hardware to some of the biggest (and best) country entertainers in the world. While the fans will be tuned in, after the program the fun doesn’t stop! “Jimmy Kimmel Live” is offering a show built around the big night, just like he did with the Oscars earlier this year. This special episode includes the segment “Mean Tweets” featuring country music singers.
‘Blindspot’ offer fans a glimpse of behind the scenes
Stunts on “Blindspot” don’t just happen, it takes a team for the perfect shot. Making every move perfect, the people who make the TV magic gave fans a glimpse of the cast. Posting a photo, the crew seems to be smiling (even though their jobs are to take a fall) and fans can even see stunt doubles for Jaimie Alexander. With the same hair, dressing the same way and sharing the same pose, it really is like seeing double.
And finally…. World Series fans ready for game 7
Baseball fans have been raving about the delight in having a game 7 for a World Series title. While everyone is siding with their team, it appears that the idea of going all the way – seven games – has fans really engaged with the series this year. It’s going to be a heartbreaker for one team by the end of the night, but fans know every player gave it their best! (Photo: Scott Garnham via Twitter.)