Feliz lunes, and welcome back from another too short weekend. Am I right? If you follow me on Twitter (if you don’t, what are you waiting for @SocialRosy) you’ll know that I was in Orlando participating as an influencer on the upcoming reality competition series “Yo Soy El Artista” for Telemundo. I have some goodies to edit and type up for you all but for now, let’s get back on schedule with what’s good on TV tonight.
Did you hear that “Bachelor in Paradise” was just renewed by ABC? I’m slightly embarrassed by how much I ended up loving this show, but I love it more than “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” by a lot. Tonight at 8pm, the freshman series wraps season one with host Chris Harrison presenting the couples with an ultimatum: They must leave the island unless they can see their relationships continuing in their daily lives. Later, the final two couples attend the season’s last rose ceremony.
I’m a bit behind on “Dallas” but I’ll be binging all day to prepare for the 9pm airing on TNT. In the episode entitled, “Victims of Love,” Ewing Global goes public and everyone races to claim ownership. Meanwhile, Pamela (Julie Gonzalo) must face a truth about Cliff (Ken Kercheval); Bobby (Patrick Duffy) reaches out to an old flame to regain control of the company; Judith (Judith Light) and Ryland try to mend problems with the cartel, resulting in an unexpected family alignment.
Instead of giving you something to watch at 10pm, I highly suggest you start binging on “Sons of Anarchy” ahead of its final season premiering tomorrow night. Even if you watched last season, fans should recap all the juicy drama that went down just to prepare for the sad finale. I imagine there will be lots of deaths, plenty of blood, and a flood of tears before we say our final goodbye.
Check out this teaser below, to get excited, though I’m sure you are already!
Are you watching something tonight that I missed? Hit me up at @SocialRosy and lets talk entertainment!
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