What’s On TV Tonight – Tuesday, October 31st, 2017 What’s On TV Tonight – Tuesday, October 31st, 2017
TV tonight includes the premiere of Major Crimes, as well as new episodes of The Middle, NCIS, Law & Order True Crime, and Black-ish. What’s On TV Tonight – Tuesday, October 31st, 2017


8:00 The Flash (The CW) – “Elongated Journey into Night”Photos
Cisco is shocked when Gypsy’s father, Breacher, shows up on Earth-1. Breacher takes an immediate disliking to Cisco and decides to hunt him. Meanwhile, Barry runs into his old nemesis, Ralph Dibny.

8:00 The Middle (ABC) – “Role of a Lifetime”
While Axl tries to invent a new beverage that mixes wine with beer and Brick decides to join the school orchestra in an attempt to play the field and find himself a new girlfriend, Mike asks Sue to take the reins in putting together a romantic evening for him and Frankie to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary – which both of them totally forgot. Frustrated with being the family member whose role is to do everything they ask of her without complaint, Sue puts her foot down and declares she will no longer be that person, which causes the rest of the Hecks to rethink and rebel against what their supposed familial roles have been.

8:00 NCIS (CBS) – “Trapped”
After a petty officer is found murdered on a golf course, McGee spends hours on the victim’s ham radio trying to locate a key witness. Also, Palmer asks his co-workers to donate to a charity that builds playgrounds for kids of all abilities, and Torres surprises them with his generosity.

8:30 Fresh Off the Boat (ABC) – “Four Funerals and a Wedding”
When Jessica’s aunt passes away, the Huang family packs their bags for Houston where the boys see Jessica’s father for the first time. While observing the distant relationship, Louis makes it his mission to push Jessica and her father closer together. Meanwhile, Evan decides to make Eddie the executor of his will, prompting Emery and Eddie to fight over who is the better older brother.

9:00 Black-ish (ABC) – “Public Fool”
An incident at school threatens Junior’s future at his beloved Valley Glen Prep.

9:00 Bull (CBS) – “The Exception to the Rule”
Bull travels to a small town on a personal mission to help his high school sweetheart, Allison, sue a local factory that she believes is making residents ill by contaminating the water.

9:00 Legends of Tomorrow (The CW) – “Phone Home”Photos
The Legends learn that Ray Palmer will die because they broke time, causing them to race back to 1988 to try and save his life. When they arrive, they are surprised to learn that young Ray Palmer has befriended a time-displaced baby Dominator putting him in harm’s way with the government and the Dominator’s mother. New to the ship and missions, Zari must find her place and learn to trust the team. Meanwhile, Stein begins working on a secret project on the ship which makes Rory and Jax suspicious.

9:00 Major Crimes (TNT) – “Sanctuary City: Part 1”
Season premiere. When three fifteen-year-old boys vanish from a Catholic school field trip, new Asst. Chief Mason orders Major Crimes to treat their disappearance as a critical missing. Meanwhile, Sharon receives more evidence that Phillip Stroh may be returning to Los Angeles.

9:00 Tales (BET) – “You Got Me”
Inspired by the lyrics of The Roots ft. Erykah Badu’s “You Got Me,” a highly disciplined, independent-minded dancer about to perform in an important show falls for a man who gets her to lose control.

9:00 This Is Us (NBC) – “The 20’s”
Trick-or-treating with the 10-year-olds goes awry for Jack and Rebecca. Randall, Kevin and Kate have life-changing Halloweens.

9:30 The Mayor (ABC) – “The Strike”
When Fort Grey’s public transportation comes to a crippling halt due to the bus driver’s union strike, Courtney also finds himself striking out when he’s outmatched by Amber, the fierce Transit Union lawyer who makes him realize he’ll need more than his charm and Val’s advice to reach a new deal. T.K. and Jermaine attempt to solve the issue by employing a focus group which quickly turns unruly. Meanwhile, Dina and her two best friends are excited about their annual tradition of taking a sick day to pamper themselves, but their plans get derailed by an unforeseen chain of events.

10:00 American Horror Story: Cult (FX) – “Drink the Kool-Aid”
Episode 9 of American Horror Story: Cult.

10:00 Hit the Road (Audience) – “Jammin'”
The Swallows attempt to button up their act to participate in a family-friendly music festival. A war of sabotage ensues when Ken and Meg run into their former musical rivals.

10:00 Kevin (Probably) Saves the World (ABC) – “Brutal Acts of Kindness”
After draining his bank account in service of others, Kevin looks for a different way to help a single mom who’s drowning in her son’s medical bills. Meanwhile, Reese uses a school project to learn more about her uncle, and Yvette struggles with the full range of human emotions.

10:00 NCIS: New Orleans (CBS) – “Acceptable Loss”
The murder of a petty officer leads Pride and his team to a mysterious woman who is targeting men with high security clearance. Also, Lasalle’s father, Beau, arrives in town to discuss the family business.

10:00 Law & Order True Crime: Menendez Murders (NBC) – “Episode 6”
The jury hears from Lyle and Erik for the first time when the brothers testify in court, recounting in detail the years of sexual abuse that led them to fear for their lives. Leslie makes a surprising move after Judge Weisberg approves the prosecution’s request to unseal the tape of the brothers’ confession to Dr. Oziel. After closing arguments are made, the jury is left to determine a verdict. Meanwhile, Leslie finds a renewed purpose after she and her husband welcome their adopted son into their home. 

10:30 At Home with Amy Sedaris (truTV) – “Gift Giving”
Sometimes a homemade gift is better than anything money can buy, not often, but sometimes. Amy takes us deep into the craft room to give detailed instructions on: gluing things to popsicle sticks, working with pipe cleaners and surviving the craft room, “the most dangerous room in the house!” Amy presents her turtle sitter with a bevy of handmade gifts, and he reveals the moment of horror from his past that forever bonded him with turtles.

10:30 Loudermilk (Audience) – “You’re Only as Sick as Your Secrets”
Loudermilk goes to great lengths to get Claire to open up about her deep-seated issues, with mixed results. Mugsy reaches out to his estranged daughter and finds that some relationships are harder to fix than others.


Shilo Adams

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