TV Picks: Tues, Nov 6 – ‘Sons of Anarchy’, ‘Ink Master’ & More

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If you’re trying to get away from political news tonight, television is definitely not the place to turn. Tonight’s programming leaves much to be desired (other than news), but that doesn’t mean there isn’t at least a few TV gems amongst the bevy of political punditry.

Covert Affairs has Annie struggling to find someone to trust; Ink Master takes the contestants into the woods; Sons of Anarchy finds Jax fishing for the truth; Flashpoint deals with computer hacking – and (not that) much more…

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8:00 PM

Iconoclasts: Jamie Oliver & Paul Smith (Sundance)

10:00 PM            

Covert Affairs (USA)
In Master (Spike)
Sons of Anarchy (FX)
Total Blackout (Syfy)
Underemployed (MTV)

10:30 PM

Viral Video Showdown (Syfy)

 11:00 PM

Flashpoint (ION)

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You can check out the episode descriptions and trailers of some of our TV picks below:

Covert Affairs – “Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)” Preview

With everything at stake who can Annie trust?

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Ink Master – “Half Naked and Fully Loaded” Preview

Welcome to the woods, ya’ll. The contestants are put to the test to see if they can make a great piece, a masterpiece.

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Sons of Anarchy – “Andare Pescare” Preview

Jax gets closer to the truth but there are still obstacles in his way.

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Flashpoint – “Eyes In” Preview

Someone hacks the computer system to show a crime in progress.

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  1. I’m watching DVDs and recording Sons and Covert Affairs. I can’t stand hour upon hour of prognosticating and talking heads blathering on endlessly.

  2. If you’re trying to get away from political news tonight, television is definitely not the place to turn. Tonight’s programming leaves much to be desired (other than news), but that doesn’t mean there isn’t at least a few TV gems amongst the bevy of political punditry.