What To Watch Tonight? Our Arrow-verse shows are in repeats tonight but we’ve still got some good options! Our Top Pick to Watch Tonight is an all new The Passage (check out our review for last week’s episode here). Also high on the list, all new I Am The Night (read our latest recap here). Also on, the fascinating series Eight Days That Made Rome continues on the Smithsonian channel, as well as all new Manifest, The Resident, and the season finale of America’s Got Talent. What are you watching?!?
What To Watch Tonight? We’ve got all the great TV tonight! Arrow is back from its Winter break, making it our Top Pick at 8pm. At 9pm, we’ve got all new The Passage (read our recap and review of last week’s episode here), our Top Pick To Watch Tonight. At 10pm, our Top Pick is an all new Manifest.
Also on tonight, all new Black Lightning (also back from its Winter break), The Good Doctor, Bull and The Resident. What are you watching?!?
What To Watch Tonight? What a difference a week makes. Last Monday was a wasteland and tonight? It’s all the great TV. We have the series premiere of our Top Pick To Watch, the new vampire, horror genre show, The Passage (which we’ll also be recapping). Also on, all new Manifest as well as the return of new The Good Doctor, Bull and The Resident. If you were into Bravo’s Dirty John, check out Oxygen’s behind the scenes-type show Dirty John, The Dirty Truth. What are you watching?!?
What To Watch Tonight? A rough night for scripted television … there is NOTHING on in that department. We’re looking to variety and holiday specials to get us through. With the finale of the holiday series, The Great Christmas Light Fight, and start of the finale on The Voice, these are our big options tonight. At 10pm, check out past champions of America’s Got Talent doing … holiday things? I guess? Terry Crews is hosting so there is that. Also, you can watch a retrospective on famous people that died this year. Ho-ho-ho. Ugh. Last, Monday Night Football!
What To Watch Tonight? It’s an interesting evening of comings and goings. In the comings category, we have a 2 episode preview of the new NBC sitcom, I Feel Bad (its regular timeslot will be on Thursday premiering in October). In the goings category, we have the season finales of The Sinner (our Top Pick To Watch), as well as MasterChef and America’s Got Talent.
Also on, American Horror Story and Suits (which may also be the finale).
What To Watch Tonight? Not great choices. The “good” stuff comes later in the night with The Purge and Mayans M.C. Earlier, you have the season finale of America’s Got Talent, Chopped and Murder by Numbers. Nothing here is really getting me excited.
Also, as we do every Tuesday night, we are pressing play on two more episodes in our LOST Series (Re)Watch! Tonight, Season 2, Episodes 5 and 6 at 10p (ET). “…And Found” is a Sun & Jin episode and “Abandoned” is a Shannon episode. Follow me on Twitter (@Popcultureview) and tweet along with us! We have to go back!
What To Watch Tonight? Well, for some, tonight will be entirely about the Season 8 premiere of American Horror Story. I’ve been off the AHS train for a few years now so, its on the List below but not a Top Pick. Elsewhere, The Sinner, MasterChef and Suits. We also have new Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda for your murder channel fans!
It’s September 11, a difficult day for myself and countless other Americans. Tonight, I’ll be watching the scant programming commemorating the horrific event, in particular, History Channel’s 9/11: Escape from the Towers. That none of the networks are doing anything on this 17th Anniversary speaks volumes to me about this country and our too short memory. The “What To Watch Tonight” below is normal Tuesday night programming choices …
We are RESUMING our weekly LOST Series re-watch tonight. We will be pressing play on Season 2, Episodes 3 and 4 at 10p (ET). “Orientation” is a Locke episode and “Everybody Hates Hugo” is a Hurley episode. Follow me on Twitter (@Popcultureview) and tweet along with us! We have to go back!
What To Watch Tonight? Well, in a few more weeks, we’ll be into the Fall season. For now, we’re still watching The Sinner, MasterChef and Suits. We also have the season 13 premiere of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia as well as new Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda.