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What to Watch: Thursday September 22

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Tonight catch the season premiere of Grey’s Anatomy,  the auditions on an all new The X Factor, and all new episodes of Project Runway and Archer!

 

What to Watch:  Thursday September 22

 

8:00pm The X Factor Fox (90 min) NEW

Watch the auditions from Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, Dallas, Seattle, and Newark!

 

9:00pm Grey’s Anatomy ABC (90 min) NEW

In this 8th season opener, Meredith has to deal with the consequences of tampering with the Alzheimer’s medical trial, both at the hospital and at home,  while Christina and Owen deal with her expected abortion.   And what’s happening with newlyweds Callie and Arizona?  Guest-starring bisexual actress Janora McDuffie.

 

9:00pm Project Runway Lifetime (1 hr)  NEW

The designers have to create rockin’ outfits for the rock band The Sheepdogs.

 

10:30pm Archer FX (30 min) NEW

Archer is crowned Pirate King in part 2 of the 3 episode mini-season.

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