TV to Si: Nadine Velazquez Visits Arsenio Hall, Families Compete In ‘Great Christmas Light Fight’

Minka Kelly on "Almost Human" (Photo: FOX)

It’s Monday and you know what that means— “Almost Human!” It’s almost a bit too much to handle with Karl Urban and Michael Ealy trying to steal my attention from the storyline, but I’m loving it so far. Episode six entitled, “Arrhythmia” will air on Fox at 8pm. Tonight, the discovery of a black market for vital organs and biomechanical hearts that can remotely be shut off, were discovered after the death of a man who predicted his exact time of death.

Catch up with the first five episodes of the sci-fi crime drama, via this link.

One of my favorite things to do during the holidays is to drive around and see how creative people get when decorating with holiday lights. There are plenty of YouTube videos out there of homes where people go above and beyond and make some of the most amazing creations, some are even set to blink to music! At 9pm tune to ABC for a two-hour episode of the “Great Christmas Light Fight,” to see four families decorating their homes as part of a competition, with a winner taking home a $50,000 grand prize!

If you’re not quite in the holiday spirit, make sure you switch over to TNT at 9pm for a new episode of “Major Crimes.” Christmas vacation is interrupted after a baseball scout is found dead leading to a complex kidnapping plot. Also, Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin) is finally ready to talk about his mom.

From “Major Crimes,” actress Nadine Velazquez will visit “The Arsenio Hall Show” at 11pm on The CW. Joining her for a bit of Q&A are former “NCIS: Los Angeles” actor Rocky Carroll and the legendary Gladys Knight will perform.

If you’d prefer to catch a good film tonight, HBO is airing “Beautiful Creatures” at 9pm. Based on the American young adult novel by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, the fantasy drama tells the story of 17-year-old Ethan Wate (Alden Ehrenreich) who longs to escape his small Southern town. After meeting a mysterious new girl named Lena (Alice Englert), they team up to uncover dark secrets about their respective families, their history and their town.

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