About Last Night…ARROW, REVOLUTION, and NASHVILLE | Give Me My Remote

About Last Night…ARROW, REVOLUTION, and NASHVILLE

October 31, 2013 by  

With sweeps around the corner (and the World Series over), TV is about to kick it in high gear. So let’s talk about a few of the things that aired last night…

REVOLUTION: All week, NBC has been touting this as the REVOLUTION episode you can’t miss…and it was more of the same. Yes, it was a good episode, but aside from the reveal that Rachel’s father was a mole, there was nothing that was OMG WHAT JUST HAPPENED-worthy like all the promos built up. And while it seemed clear that Monroe wasn’t really dead (he may have received a “lethal” injection, but Rachel digging him up was a fairly big clue), did NBC really have to show a shot of him alive in the promo for next week?

ARROW: It’s unfortunate the twist that Black Canary was actually Sarah (Laurel’s presumed dead sister) got leaked over the summer, but I love how the show is handling it. Their dynamic is fantastic, and the ticking time bomb of knowledge that so many relationships are about to explode when this info is revealed is so much fun. This is one of the shows that is most exciting for me to watch this season.

NASHVILLE: I’m kind of a little baffled by NASHVILLE right now. It feels like the show has thrown a lot of actually interesting storylines out there this season (the reveal of Maddie’s paternity, Juliette/Avery) and tossed them away for less interesting things. Based on some of the chatter I’ve seen online, I feel like I’m in the minority in being disappointed this season, but man, I really am.

Okay, so what did you think of last night’s TV?

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