Normally a Tuesday would be another "rent a movie" night. 30 for 30 however is an amazing series of sports documentaries that even non sports fans can enjoy. Tonight's is about the NFL draft but there are a ton on Netflix already about any variety or topic you might be able to think of. They're all about 90 minutes, so even if sports seem dull and boring to you dive in and see what might interest you.
What To Watch
ABC 8pm: The show people jumping into pools is still on TV. Is it about how well they dive or are we really just watching to see Louis Anderson? I'm pretty sure this isn't doing well despite preceding the still popular Dancing with the Stars.
CBS 8pm: I watched the first season or two of NCIS and was actually really enjoying the show. Now I see commercials about story lines, character development, and so much more I don't remember coming up at all when I watched. I guess after so long a show has to be more about it's characters once the stories run out.
|3. Hell's Kitchen (US)|
Fox 8pm: Who doesn't want to watch people being yelled at? I should really watch an episode or two of this with my roommate who is a chef. I want to know if Gordon Ramsey is going out of his way to be a dick or if all his dick-ish behavior is earned.
|4. The Voice|
NBC 8pm: Did you know this is consistently the most popular show on TV? I still have seen more than 5 minutes of it and that's just the amount for me. I don't see the pull of these kinds of shows anymore personally. I'm just done with singers, they're good at it, I'm not, I get it.
|5. 30 for 30|
ESPN 8pm: Some of the best sports documentaries I've ever seen have come out of this 30 for 30 series. Just in time for the NFL draft, this one is called Elway to Marino and is about on the draft day they were both picked and began their hall of fame careers. Doesn't sound great but getting to peek behind the scenes of the inner workings of these huge sports organizations is always intriguing.