It’s Tuesday and we are right in the middle of the holiday season. As expected, viewers are seeing plenty of reruns as primetime shows are taking time off for the holidays. This isn’t all bad as some of the best episodes of the season are seen again. Another positive point is the alternative programming seen on TV. The traditional specials continue to roll out and special reflecting on the previous year. Plus with sporting events that have hometown heroes competing in the big game.
‘Kennedy Center Honors’ reflects on America’s stars
The “Kennedy Center Honors” is the annual tribute to some of the most influential artists and entertainers of our time and Tuesday night is no exception. Not only will James Taylor, Al Pacino and Mavis Staples be honored, so are the members of the Eagles. It should be a lovely night of music and reflection for viewers to watch on CBS.
Abby Sciuto focused episode of ‘NCIS’
If you were hoping for a new episode of “NCIS” to Tuesday night, sorry to point out that it’s not January quite yet. However, CBS is giving fans of the popular crime drama a small gift by sharing a rerun with an Abby Sciuto based story line and she solves the murder with little time to spare. One of the most beloved characters on primetime, it’s nice to see this episode again.
Ready for college bowl games? Turn on ESPN
The bowl games have started and there is no stopping. If your passion is football, ESPN is the place to be with four bowl games to enjoy. That’s right, it’s all day coverage for fans cheering on their teams. Is this better than a day of Super Bowl fun? Well, that depends on if your favorite teams are playing or not.
And finally… Grab a bowl of soup and watch your shows tonight
If you haven’t noticed, most of America is facing cold temperatures, but that shouldn’t stop you from watching your favorite show and having a nice warm bowl of soup. Americans eat roughly 10 billion bowls of soup a year. The ultimate favorite? Chicken noodle followed by tomato soup. Warm and delicious, a bowl of your favorite soup is a perfect accompaniment to any evening programming (and it’s perfect for afternoon and morning shows too.) (Photo: CBS.)