Remote Control: What to Watch on Nov. 10

Jonah HexWe’re starting a new feature to help you figure out that age-old question: What’s on TV tonight? We’ve got a few suggestions and a little context so all you have to do when you get home is kick back and enjoy the show.

Thursday, Nov. 10

Top Tier:

Parks and Recreation

8:30 p.m. on NBC

“The Treaty”

The tension continues this week on Parks as Leslie is forced to work in close proximity to Ben when they build a Model U.N. We also find Chris making Jerry even more uncomfortable than we thought possible after that Halloween party display and Tom helps Ron find his replacement. This is going to be good.

Grey’s Anatomy

9:00 p.m. on ABC

“Dark is The Night”

The stakes are getting higher on everyone’s favorite doctor show. Meredith and Derek receive some news about the baby they’re trying to adopt just before she and Alex are called on to treat an infant at a neighboring hospital and end up in a life-threating situation of their own. The promos show Cristina in tears, which doesn’t bode well since Meredith is her “person.” It should be a dramatic, juicy episode.

The League

10:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. on FX

The little show that could comes on after the madcap FX sitcom It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and this week, it gets a little boost from Ray Liotta and an extra helping in the form of a second brand new episode. We’ll see Jenny ruin Ruxin’s relationship with his boss, Mr. Hudabega (Liotta), Taco will finally try to do something with his jingle-writing ability and we’ll learn about a concept known as “breast favoritism.” This double dose of the fantasty football sitcom should be well worth the attention.



8:00 p.m. on NBC

“Studies in Modern Movement”

Annie moves in with Troy and Abed and Jeff has to go to the mall with Dean Pelton.

The X Factor Eliminations

8:00 p.m. on Fox

One of the 11 finalists goes home; Jessie J performs.

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

10:00 p.m. on FX

“The Gang Gets Trapped”

Our gang breaks into someone’s house only to find that the victims are home. They’re trapped in the house, Charlie and Mac are in the surveillance van, giggles ensue.