"OK, So There is a Tomorrow, Just Not a Lot of Them." "LIAR!"
The Flash on The CW at 8:00pm ET.
The Vice Presidential Debate on all networks and C-SPAN at 9:00pm ET. Two-hour special presentation. Broadcasting from scenic Farmville, Virginia. By the way, I can’t recommend C-SPAN enough for these sorts of things. Straight coverage, no banners, and the talking heads afterward are generally reasonably well-informed and stick to discussing substance. I didn’t watch much of the convention, but what little I did I watched on C-SPAN and it was so much better than what I heard from my friends watching on the news networks.
No Tomorrow on The CW at 9:00pm ET. Series premiere. Another concept that I’m confused with as a TV series: A careful lady whose life is in shambles meets a dude who thinks the world is going to end in eight months, which inspires her to start living life to the fullest. I guess the series is going to have to take a hard line pretty quickly on whether or not the world is ACTUALLY ending, depending on their feelings about renewal.
Atlanta on FX at 10:00pm ET.
Halt and Catch Fire on AMC at 10:00pm ET.
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