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Sunday TV Ratings: Rising Star, Big Brother, Unforgettable, Reckless

Unforgettable TV show ratingsSunday, July 20, 2014 ratingsNew episodes: Unforgettable, Rising Star, Reckless, Wipeout, and Big Brother.Reruns: Chicago PD, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, America’s Funniest Home Videos, Castle, American Ninja Warrior, Family Guy, Bob’s Burgers, American Dad!, The Simpsons, and 60 Minutes.

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Mel July 24, 2014 at 2:06 pm

I watch both really enjoyed them


Why Watch July 21, 2014 at 1:10 pm

Really cruddy night of shows, at least on these networks.


Bob R. July 21, 2014 at 12:42 pm

Unforgettable: The changes they made didn’t do much. No pull for me.
They still have Al the puppy-dog boss who follows her around with love-sick eyes. Their banter is annoying. Get rid of him or make him the big boss so we don’t see him so much or get him a girlfriend.
Also, Carrie takes a moment to look at things she looked at before. The problem here is we saw the same things but from a greater distance so we have no clue re any clue. See? When she looks she is able to see things more up close. We didn’t get that chance earlier. So any hope of our being a detective eludes us in that respect. See? The show needs – from time to time- a antagonist, a non-believer who finally does believe in at the end of the story. See? And, oh, yes do something with Al.

I will say, however, the stories are much better than before.


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