A decent night of TV with new episodes of The Bold Type, our Top Pick to Watch Tonight)and Animal Kingdom. Also, the series premiere of a new CW show, The Outpost.
Most importantly, on Twitter, at 10p (EST), we’ll be live tweeting our next installment of the LOST Series re-watch with episode 12, “Whatever the Case May Be” (a Kate episode – the Toy Plane)! Follow me on Twitter (@Popcultureview) and tweet along with us! We have to go back!
1st Choice: The Bold Type. “Jane takes a freelance assignment that causes her to cross paths with Jacqueline; Kat has a sex dream; and Sutton sets out to give Richard’s new girlfriend a style makeover.” Freeform
2nd Choice: America’s Got Talent. “The auditions conclude. With one remaining Golden Buzzer, a lucky act will go directly to the live shows at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles to compete for America’s vote.” NBC
3rd Choice: 10 Streets That Changed America. “A tour of 10 streets that changed the way Americans live, work and shop. Included: Broadway in New York; Boston Post Road, a highway that runs from Boston to New York; and the cross-country Lincoln Highway, which runs from New York to San Francisco.” PBS
1st Choice: The Outpost. “In the series premiere, Talon, the lone survivor of the Blackblood race, seeks vengeance on the men who slaughtered her people. Her journey takes her to a desperate Outpost on the edge of the realm, where she finally confronts one of the men who killed her.” The CW
2nd Choice: Animal Kingdom. “Deran leads the charge in planning the weed heist. Lucy calls Pope down to Mexico for some intel on Baz’s murder. J reaches a breaking point with Smurf.” TNT
3rd Choice: America’s Got Talent. Continues on NBC.
1st Choice: LOST Series Re(Watch). Episode 12 of LOST is “Whatever the Case May Be.” This is a Kate flashback episode where we learn more about her messed up history while on the Island, Locke and Boone draw suspicion for their forays into the jungle! Hulu
2nd Choice: The Wonderland Murders. “A young Iranian mom and wife lands the perfect job with a Portland insurance agency. But her charm and intellect make her the focus for several male co-workers. Corporate intrigue turns to cold-blooded murder when she’s found dead, shot in the head.” ID
3rd Choice: The Last Defense. “The Julius Jones case is examined. In 1999, the 19-year-old former high-school basketball and football player was arrested days after a businessman was gunned down by a black man in a white suburb of Oklahoma City. At the time of the murder, he was a student at the University of Oklahoma on a partial academic scholarship, attempting to walk on to the basketball team. Here, he tells his version of events while federal public defenders discuss what they claim is a miscarriage of justice.” ABC