What To Watch Tonight? It’s a rough night for TV. We have the season premiere of America’s Got Talent and the return of our Top Pick To Watch, Manifest. Otherwise, there is not much happening. I guess, the College Football Championship game if that’s your thing but … rough night. 8pm Hour 1st Choice: America’s Got Talent. “In the premiere, 10 memorable acts from “AGT” and “Got Talent” competitions around the globe will perform for judges Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel. Two of these renowned acts will move on to the finals—one will receive a Golden Buzzer, and one will be voted through by a panel of “AGT” Superfans.” NBC 2nd Choice: Eight Days That Made Rome. “Historian Bettany Hughes travels to Pompeii and Southern Italy to discover the true story of Spartacus. His revolt against the Roman Republic began with his breakout from a gladiatorial prison one day in 73 B.C. Examine how the republic handed emergency powers to one of Rome’s most ambitious citizens, Marcus Licinius Crassus, a move that set a dangerous precedent that would come back to haunt them.” Smith 3rd Choice: College Football Playoff National Championship. “Clemson vs. Alabama in the CFP National Championship in Santa Clara, Cal. From Levi’s Stadium.” ESPN 9pm Hour 1st Choice: America’s Got Talent. Continues on NBC. 2nd Choice: The 1990s: The Deadliest Decade. “In 1992, Allen Schindler, a young American sailor, is beaten to death in Japan. Ten days later, his tattered body returns home, with little information from the Navy. His mother goes on a desperate quest to learn who’s behind her son’s vicious murder.” ID 3rd Choice: College Football Playoff National Championship. Continues on ESPN. 10pm Hour 1st Choice: Manifest. “Michaela’s mystifying, next level calling launches her on a mission that brings her relationship with Jared to a head. Determined to protect his family, Ben explores an alternate meaning to Michaela’s calling that leads him to a new alliance and a powerful new adversary. Cal’s struggle with Ben’s absence from home forces the Stones into an agonizing confrontation that could alter the family’s fabric forever.” NBC 2nd Choice: People Magazine Investigates. “A celebratory night turns deadly for the Whitaker family when they are gunned down at home. When investigators uncover a conspiracy, it will test one man’s ability to forgive as he fights to save the criminal mastermind from the death penalty.” ID 3rd Choice: College Football Playoff National Championship. Continues on ESPN.