What To Watch – Thursday, March 8, 2018

Brand new Gotham and Arrow lead the night along with new Supernatural and the series premiere of a new trucking show on History, Truck Night in America.

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8pm Hour:

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2nd Choice: Supernatural.   “Sam and Dean are close to collecting everything they need to open a rift into the apocalyptic world and possibly rescuing Mary and Jack. The one missing ingredient leads the Winchesters to a black market for religious relics where everything is not always as it seems.”  The CW

3rd Choice: Impractical Jokers.  2 Hours of Repeats of the Jokers is as good a way to spend the night as any. Tru TV

9pm Hour:

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1st Choice:  Arrow.  Roy!! “ROY HARPER RETURNS — Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Thea (Willa Holland) are shocked to hear that Roy Harper (guest star Colton Haynes) is back in Star City. However, when they discover the circumstances of Roy’s return, Oliver and Thea realize that Roy is in trouble and jump in to save him. Black Siren (Katie Cassidy) makes a shocking decision.” The CW

2nd Choice:    Showtime at the Apollo. Week 2. “Performers with various talents compete in hopes of winning over the Apollo crowd and having the opportunity to come back in the season finale for a chance at headlining their very own show at the legendary Apollo Theater.” Fox

3rd Choice:  Impractical Jokers. Repeats Continue on Tru TV

10pm Hour:

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1st Choice:  Truck Night in America.  Series Premiere.  “It’s old versus new when five decades of trucks pull up to the line, including a 1947 Dodge Power Wagon and a 1978 Jeep CJ7. The trucks launch a surprise in the Slingshot, and medics are called in when the Green Hell claims another victim.” History

2nd Choice: Impractical Jokers.  A whole hour of all new Impractical Jokers!! Best way to end the night.   TruTV

3rd Choice: S.W.A.T.   “Hondo and the team go on the hunt for a serial killer who escaped justice two years prior by faking his death. Also, Hondo worries that Buck Spivey, the team’s former leader, is spiraling into depression in the aftermath of being fired from the department.” CBS

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