This week’s finest exhibits and flicks: The Good Physician Season 4, Election Protection
There’s not much new to see this week, and that could be because Netflix doesn’t want to compete with the news. There’s a choice this week you know History is being made and television, like most of us, is mainly thinking about it this week. Election night coverage is pretty much the only game in town on Tuesday and will likely continue for the rest of the week as votes continue to be counted. But if you’re looking for a getaway from politics or just not interested, we have some other recommendations.
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The good doctor
Season 4 premieres Monday at 10 / 9c on ABC
Dr. Shaun Murphy (Freddie Highmore) and the rest of the Good Doctor staff tackle the pandemic in the season premiere of this medical drama. Shaun and his girlfriend Lea’s new relationship will be put to the test as they will have to stay apart to protect Lea from illness while the entire hospital is cleaning up the pieces following the shocking death of Dr. Neil Melendez (Nicholas Gonzalez) picks up. .
Election night reporting
Make your choice on Tuesday
All broadcast networks, cable communications networks, streaming news services, and even some cable channels will be broadcast on election night, typically from about 8 p.m. ET and well into the night. The results will likely not be decided on Tuesday evening as many votes are cast early and in absentia. So if you hope to be satisfied with the coverage, please excuse me. You will probably have to wait. The most interesting special is likely to be Stephen Colbert on Showtime. He did a live election night special on Showtime four years ago and it was a disaster. We are eager to see what happens.
House hunters international
Wednesday at 10: 30/9: 30c on HGTV
You will likely want to give your brain the night free. Turn on and off and fantasize about what your life would be like if you were looking for a place to stay in Bangkok rather than here in America.
Thursday at 8 / 7c on ABC
The hottest moment of this season is finally here as this episode will feature Clare Crawley blowing up The Bachelorette and leaving the show with her beloved Dale and being replaced by Tayshia Adams, who will star for the remainder of the season. It’s been a really wild season so far, and this is sure to be the wildest episode yet. The show will air this Thursday as election coverage takes over Tuesday night.
Series premiere Thursday at 8: 30/7: 30c on CBS
Silicon Valley’s Thomas Middleditch stars in B Positive, a new sitcom directed by Chuck Lorre from The Big Bang Theory. He plays a recently divorced father who finds out he needs a kidney transplant and receives one from an unexpected donor: Gina (Annaleigh Ashford), an old high school classmate who volunteers for her organ. They are very different people, but they form a special bond that changes their life forever. Also on CBS premiere on Thursday are Young Sheldon season 4 at 8 / 7c and Mom season 8 at 9 / 8c, the first episode of the long-running sitcom without Anna Faris, which left the show between seasons.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony 2020
Saturday at 8 / 7c on HBO & HBO max
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame usually gives a mega-concert for the induction ceremony, but unfortunately that couldn’t happen this year. But the show continues in the form of a documentary special. This year’s newcomers are Depeche Mode, The Doobie Brothers, Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, The Notorious BIG and T-Rex as well as the Ahmet Ertegun Award-winning Jon Landau (manager and producer of Bruce Springsteen) and Irving Azoff (manager and entertainment ) Executive).
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