WOTT: Bucs vs. Bears, Big Brother, Supernatural continues it’s farewell

What’s on TV tonight?

Thursday night TV brings us an intriguing NFL match up, top tier reality TV, and a longtime fan favorite that continues racing to it’s end, in what has been a justly celebrated final season.

We’re getting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the Chicago Bears tonight on Thursday Night Football. The Bucs have been on everyone’s radar since landing Tom Brady and his appearance on prime time TV should do well. It better. It’s one of five prime time games the Bucs will have this year.

They’ll be squaring off against the Chicago Bears, who don’t have Tom Brady, and in fact have had problems at quarterback for years. They’re coming off of a tough loss against the Indianapolis Colts where Nick Foles couldn’t get the offense going. It is worth noting however that Foles has beaten Brady in a Superbowl. You can find that on FOX. Hopefully, it’s not already a done deal by half time.

For non football fans, you can get your reality fix with Big Brother, who’s been around about as long as Tom Brady has. The show continues to be one of the major talkers on social media each night it’s on and a reliable workhorse for CBS.

And finally, after 15 celebrated seasons, Supernatural is down to it’s last couple of episodes. The Winchester brothers have slowly and steadily become one of TVs more appreciated heroes. The show is doing well in syndication and viewers on the CW will surely miss it when it’s finally over.

Frank Torres is a Pro Content Producer and Media Personality. When he’s not blogging, podcasting, or shooting videos on FTR he’s helping others grow their operations. He resides in Orlando, Florida and misses his time in the military everyday.

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