Today’s Top TV Picks – Thursday October 11


Today’s Top TV Picks


1

Supernatural

8 p.m. ET on CW – Season Premiere
Where’s Dean? That’s the question on everyone’s mind as this spooky-funny hit opens Season 14, which finds the older Winchester brother (Jensen Ackles) possessed by the archangel Michael, who plans to use this new mortal “vessel” to wreak some less-than-divine havoc in the premiere Stranger in a Strange Land.

2

NFL Football

8:20 p.m. ET on NFL
It’s been tough going for Eli Manning and the New York Giants so far this season and it’s not about to get any easier. The G-men welcome their NFC East rival and reigning Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles. They hope to have quarterback Carson Wentz back from an injury. If not, Nick Foles will remain under center for Philly.

3

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

10 p.m. ET on NBC
Charles Kimbrough returns as former news anchor Jim Dial in this new episode. Murphy (Candice Bergen) and her team debate whether to schedule the first interview with former White House senior advisor Ed Shannon (guest star David Costabile), who wants to promote his polarizing new book and agenda.


4

Murphy Brown

9:30 p.m. ET on CBS
Charles Kimbrough returns as former news anchor Jim Dial in this new episode. Murphy (Candice Bergen) and her team debate whether to schedule the first interview with former White House senior advisor Ed Shannon (guest star David Costabile), who wants to promote his polarizing new book and agenda.


5

The Return of Shelby the Swamp Man

10 p.m. ET on HIST
Shelby Stanga earned a fortune for the years he spent hauling valuable cypress out of the depths of the Louisiana Bayou. A couple of years ago, however, the bottom fell out of his business, forcing him into a life of seclusion within the swamp. Christopher Lee launched one of his signature roles as the bloodsucking count in this 1958 adaptation of Bram Stoker’s famous vampire yarn. The familiar story line finds Dr. Van Helsing (Peter Cushing) hunting the legendary king of the vampires, who has left Transylvania for the blood-rich shores of England. Michael Gough and Melissa Stripling also star.

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