Chestnuts are roasting and Jack Frost is nibbling. It’s December already, and here at The Flickcast we’ve got another TV digest for you, ready to keep you entertained in between all your caroling, pigging out, and gift exchanges this holiday season.
This month, we’ve got the season finales of some of our favorite shows.
After last week’s huge reveal and with sectionals ahead for the Glee kids, this is one mid-season finale you won’t want to miss. Musical tracks on the bill for the episode, which airs December 9th on Fox, include The Rolling Stones’ “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”, and “And I’m Telling You I’m Not Going” from the musical Dreamgirls.
Glee will return for the remaining 9 episodes of the season April 13th, 2010.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
The season finale of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia airs December 10th on FX. In this episode, the gang tries to reignite their old rivalry with another local bar in a local drinking competition appropriately named “Flipadelphia.”
Finding that they are in need of some serious practice, the guys head to Dennis’ old fraternity house at the University of Pennsylvania to get their game up to speed.
Simply put, this season of Dexter has been the best of the series. The introduction of John Lithgow as the Trinity Killer and Dexter’s new domestic life have brought dimension and depth to an already amazing show. The season finale, which will air December 13th on Showtime, is supposedly a game changer.
Jennifer Carpenter, who plays Deb on the show, revealed “Everything changes at the end of this season. Dexter will never be the same.”
Man vs. Food
Have you ever watched Man vs. Food? If not, you’re missing out on some deliciously enjoyable television. Host Adam Richman travels all around the country tasting every kind of food imaginable, including giant donuts, the world’s spiciest curry, and a 13 pound pizza.
The second season finale airs December 16th on the Travel Channel. In the meantime, if you’re a Netflix subscriber, the entire first season of Man vs Food is available on demand right now.
Some of our other favorites like The Office, Scrubs, and 30 Rock stick around through the holiday season. Check back for January’s issue of Cortney’s TV Digest, where we’ll bring you up to speed on the premiers of some awesome shows including Chuck and 24.