5 Shows After Dark: Blurring the Line a Bit, Aren't We?
"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" on NBC at 9:00pm ET. Tonight's episode features special guest star Mike Tyson, a man who was actually legally convicted of a sex crime against a special victim. I get that this show is basically a grown up version of the boogey man stories, but at the very least this seems insensitive to me.
"Supernatural" on The CW at 9:00pm ET.
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" on CBS at 10:00pm ET. So, there's like two members of the original cast left on this show, Greg and Nick. Or at least those two were left the last time I tuned in. Is there any other show that's replaced basically the entire cast and still been successful? I feel like "E.R" is the only one that I can think of and I don't think that was the entire cast. Just all the good ones.
"The Americans" on FX at 10:00pm ET. I'm sticking with this one for the time being. The pilot was intriguing and did a good job of introducing all the elements at play without beating you over the head with them. Also, there's just not much else on Wednesday nights right now.
Genevieve Burgess would very much like it if you bought her book. Please?
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