TV to Si: ‘Major Crimes’ Returns; ‘Witches of East End’ Scores Second Season

James Spader on "The Blacklist" (Photo: NBC)

Oh no! The weekend may be over, but if you think of the bright side, there is a full week of awesome entertainment ahead. This is one of my favorite weeks because one of my favorite shows is finally back! But before we get into that, let's discuss what went down over the weekend.

The finale of “Mira Quien Baila” aired on Sunday and Johnny Lozada was crowned the season four winner. A total of 3.2 fans called in to vote with 1.7 million votes going to Johnny after an impressive final round of competition. The “Despierta America” host will donate his $50,000 prize to Habitat for Humanity.

Not only was there an all new episode of “Witches of East End” this Sunday, but Lifetime announced they would be picking up the series for a second season! I bumped into Eric Winter, who plays Freya Beauchamp’s (Jenna Dewan Tatum) fiance Dash, at the Latin Grammy Awards, and he told me there is something pretty big coming up for his character.

Click here to watch episode 8 entitled, “Snake Eyes,” via this link.

Remember how excited I said I am that one of my favorite shows is back tonight? The second part of season two of “Major Crimes” will air on TNT tonight at 9pm. The first eleven episodes led up to the moment where the issue with Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin) and those threatening letters he’s been receiving is addressed. He thought his secret would be safe with his friend Kris (Madison McLaughlin), but fear for his safety made her reach out to DDA Emma Rios (Nadine Velazquez) for help. Will Sharon (Mary McDonnell) put Rusty in the witness protection program? Will the person writing these letters step out into the light? I recommend you tune in at 8pm to watch the last episode entitled, “Poster Boy” so you’re all caught up.

At 10pm, NBC will be airing episode 9 of “The Blacklist” entitled, “Anslo Garrick.” In part 1 of 2, Donald (Diego Klattenhoff) tries to protect Red (James Spader) from a possible assassination attempt. Meanwhile, the next blacklist target infiltrates the FBI’s black site and hunts down Red while Liz (Megan Boone) is stuck in an elevator.

Bonus Options:

* Both “Hart of Dixie” and “Beauty and the Beast” will air their fall finale episodes tonight on the CW, at 8pm and 9pm respectively.

* DVR “Sleepy Hollow” when it airs at 9pm on Fox. We don’t know very much about Ichobod (Tom Mison) thus far, but tonight, a missing person’s case leads to a Colonial-era house that holds clues about his past. Just when you think you’ve met enough evil entities on this show, you’re introduced to a force that’s been dormant for a long time.

Latinos on Late Night:
* Sky Ferreira performs on “Late Show with David Letterman” at 11:30pm on CBS
* Demi Lovato visits “Jimmy Kimmel Live” at 11:30pm on ABC
* Mario Lopez visits “The Arsenio Hall Show” at 11pm on the CW

The top movie of the weekend was “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and with all the excitement, you might have missed Jennifer Lawrence on the “Late Show with David Letterman.” I can’t get over how cute her new pixie cut is, and how adorable she is in general. Check out the interview below:

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Are you watching something tonight that I missed? Hit me up at @SocialRosy and lets talk TV!

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The opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Comcast.

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