What To Watch Tonight: Monday, January 13, 2020

What To Watch Tonight? Tonight has more repeats than you’d expect but still packs some good choices. Tonight The New Pope, the follow-up series to 2017’s The Young Pope, premieres on HBO and is our Top Pick to Watch Tonight. Check out the rest of our nightly picks below. What are you watching?!?


8pm Hour

 (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

1st Choice: America’s Got Talent. “The competition continues as 10 more of the most talented, memorable and all-around fan favorite acts from “AGT” and “Got Talent” competitions around the globe perform. Four of these renowned acts will advance – two will be voted through by a panel of “AGT” Superfans, one will be the Judges’ Choice, and one will receive a Golden Buzzer to perform in the finale. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Terry Crews hosts.” NBC

2nd Choice: Antiques Roadshow. “Appraised items include: Stephen King’s first editions from 1974-1977; an Ilya Schor silver plate; and a Louis Comfort Tiffany oil.” PBS

3rd Choice:  48 Hours on ID. “The death by suicide of 16-year-old Utah teen Jchandra Brown was a tragedy, but was how it happened a crime? Police found a note near her body and a video recording of her suicide shot by a friend. David Begnaud reports.” ID

9pm Hour

Photo: Jude Law, John Malkovich (Credit: Gianni Fiorito/HBO).

1st Choice: The New Pope. Series Premiere. “Series premiere. Following his sudden heart attack, Pope Pius XIII lies in a coma while his followers fervently pray for a miraculous recovery. As the threat of terrorism and the potential risks of Pius’s idolatry loom, Secretary of State Cardinal Voiello is pressured to bring a new pope to power and, with the conclave at a deadlock, makes a hasty move that throws the Church into even greater chaos.” HBO

2nd Choice: Prodigal Son. Repeat. “Knowing that the “Junkyard Killer” was in cahoots with his father, Malcolm goes against the FBI’s wishes and continues to investigate. His findings reconnect him with a disgruntled ex-detective who was once heavily involved in the search for “The Surgeon,” delivering them both into danger. Meanwhile, the holidays are anything but jolly for the Whitly family, when an epic blowout with Ainsley leads Jessica to take matters into her own hands.” Fox

3rd Choice: America’s Got Talent. Continues on NBC.

10pm Hour

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1st Choice: The Good Doctor. “Following his father’s death, Shaun must deal with the effects his intimacy with Lea will have on his relationship with Carly. Meanwhile, the team operates on a patient who is refusing all anesthesia during surgery for fear of relapsing.” ABC

2nd Choice: Manifest. “Ben forms a cautious alliance with an isolated college student from Flight 828, whose callings either uncovered a violent crime or helped him commit one. As Saanvi strives to further her research into the Death Date, Grace makes a startling discovery about her pregnancy, and Olive meets a kindred spirit. Guest starring Garrett Wareing and Ellen Tamaki.” NBC

3rd Choice:  Bull. Repeat. “In the Season 4 premiere, Bull prepares for fatherhood, while his work at TAC suffers without his top attorney, Benny, who quit in reaction to Bull’s romantic reconnection to his ex-wife and Benny’s sister, Isabella. In addition, the team faces a difficult time in court as they mount a defense for a young bartender on trial for involuntary manslaughter.” CBS

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