TV to Si: Juan Pablo Galavis Returns to TV on ‘Couples Therapy,’ Molly Finally Sees Her Baby on ‘Extant’

Juan Pablo Galavis & Nikki Ferrell on "Couples Therapy" (Photo: VH-1)

It’s Wednesday and time to celebrate the return of “Hell’s Kitchen” at 8pm on FOX. Season 13 begins with Gordon Ramsay dividing the 18 chefs into two teams of men vs. women and challenging them to create their signature dishes. The victors’ spoils include a chance to dine with Wolfgang Puck, while the losers have to set up the contestants’ living quarters and the kitchen. The second hour’s challenge entails re-creating Ramsay’s geoduck sashimi, and the team that produces 15 perfect dishes gets to lounge around on a yacht, but the losers are stuck making dinner for everyone.

If you’re into the reality genre, head on over to VH-1 for the premiere of “Couples Therapy.” Four celebrity couples begin therapy with Dr. Jenn Berman in the Season 5 opener. They include Deena Cortese and Chris BucknerTreach and Cicely EvansEvel Dick Donato and Stephanie Rogers-Fischer, and my least favorite Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell from “The Bachelor.” From what I saw on the promo, Galavis still hasn’t told his girlfriend that he loves her. Why on earth are they still together?

At 10pm I’ll be heading over to CBS for an all new episode of “Extant.” In the episode entitled, “Before the Blood,” Molly (Halle Berry) comes face-to-face with her offspring and realizes she may be the only one who can stop the impending danger. Meanwhile, Julie (Grace Gummer) uncovers dark secrets about Odin (Charlie Bewley).

If you missed last weeks episode, check it out below:

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