What To Watch Tonight: Monday, February 3, 2020

What To Watch Tonight? We’re overwhelmed with the amount of high quality television on tonight, all night. Our Top Pick to Watch is Prodigal Son (we’re a little behind but catch up with our recaps here). But also, we’re high on all new The New Pope and the premiere of of the 6-part documentary, McMillion$. Check out the rest of our nightly picks below. What are you watching?!?

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8pm Hour

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1st Choice: 9-1-1: Lone Star. “A massive tornado sweeps through Austin, as Owen, Michelle and their teams races to save those in its path.” Fox

2nd Choice: All American.  “With Spencer in bad shape, Grace, Billy, Laura, Olivia and Layla rush to his side. Knowing there is a big decision he needs to make, the community from both Crenshaw and Beverly Hills rally around him to show support. In the meantime, Spencer asks Coop to do him a favor, but somehow things go from bad to worse. Elsewhere, Jordan and his teammates step up to help Billy out while he is tending to other matters.” The CW

3rd Choice: America’s Got Talent. “12 finalists perform for judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Alesha Dixon, and Howie Mandel. Six of these renowned acts will move on to the finals – five will be voted through by a panel of “AGT” Superfans and one will be the Judges’ Choice.” NBC

9pm Hour

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1st Choice: Prodigal Son. “Malcolm takes a detour from his mandated vacation time when he finds out a killer on the loose is mimicking homicides from one his favorite children’s books, “The Count of Monte Cristo.” With added help from a very excited Martin Whitly, the NYPD trace the case back to a high society family planning one of the biggest weddings of the season, so Malcolm and Dani get dressed up to attend the event and track down their culprit.” Fox

2nd Choice:  The New Pope. “Following an audience with Marilyn Manson, Brannox decides to pay a visit to Pius XIII, and is confronted with the intensity of his predecessor’s followers. Later, Brannox appoints Cardinal Spalletta, with whom he shares a past, to a new role. Voiello prepares for a long war with Sister Lisette after the nuns go on strike. The Church faces the prospect of bankruptcy as the Italian government looks to make changes. Gutierrez has a clandestine meeting, which he later confesses to the pontiff.” HBO

3rd Choice: Black Lightning. “Jefferson and Anissa join forces with the ASA to help one of their own. Meanwhile, Lynn is forced to continue battling her demons.” The CW

10pm Hour

HBO

1st Choice: McMillion$. Series Premiere. “In 2001, FBI Agent Doug Mathews of the Jacksonville, FL branch clocks an intriguing post-it note that piques his interest. The anonymous tip speaks of a con surrounding the much-beloved McDonald’s Monopoly game and a mysterious mastermind behind it all: a man going by the moniker of “Uncle Jerry.” With the help of McDonald’s employee Amy Murray, the investigation, codenamed “Operation Final Answer,” prompts Agent Mathews to propose an unorthodox undercover sting involving a video production crew. The operation tests nerves but leads to an early breakthrough in what promises to be a bizarre but unforgettable case. ” HBO

2nd Choice: Spy Games. “Competitors are broken into two teams for a head-to-head challenge. Networks and alliances are tested as a sabotage enters the game. After being tasked with breaking into a secret spy safehouse to gather intelligence, only one competitor is named the winner and another is dismissed.” Bravo

3rd Choice:  Bull. “Bull and Benny represent a couple being sued by their baby’s biological father for custody after a fertility clinic mistakenly used the wrong man’s sample. As family court cases are solely decided by a judge, Bull and Benny worry about their best strategy at trial without a jury for TAC to analyze.” CBS