What To Watch Tonight: Monday, March 16, 2020

What To Watch Tonight? From the return of Prodigal Son to the series premiere of The Plot Against America and an all new Better Call Saul, Monday night is jam packed with great TV options. Enjoy your quarantine in style! 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:  Supernatural. “Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) respond to a frantic call and together along with Castiel (Misha Collins), Jack (Alexander Calvert) and Jody (guest star Kim Rhodes), assist in an extraordinary and heartbreaking rescue. Billie (guest star Lisa Berry) surprises everyone with a visit to the bunker.” The CW

2nd Choice: 9-1-1. “The 118 responds to a skydiving trip gone wrong, a bank rep injured in a home repossession and a lovestruck assistant whose lunch run ends in disaster. Meanwhile, Athena and the family come to terms with Michael’s difficult health decision and Chimney’s half-brother from Korea unexpectedly shows up at his doorstep.” Fox

3rd Choice: The Voice. “The “Blind Auditions” continue as superstar coaches all vie to discover and coach the next singing phenomenon in the “Blind Auditions.” The vocalists compete to be selected by one of the coaches and fight for a chance to be named “The Voice.”” NBC

9pm Hour

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1st Choice: Prodigal Son. “When a motorcycle gang robbery turns into a murder, Malcolm and team are called to the scene to investigate. While he’s working on a profile, he runs into an old friend from boarding school, licensed insurance investigator Vijay. Together they work to uncover the identity of the murderer and his accomplices who stole millions in watches. Meanwhile, Martin blackmails Jessica, exchanging his silence about who stabbed him for more quality time with his son.” Fox

2nd Choice: Better Call Saul. “Mike takes an impromptu trip out of town; as she and Jimmy grow closer over their campaign to help a client, Kim makes a surprising call.” AMC

3rd Choice: The Plot Against America. Series Premiere. “Herman Levin (Morgan Spector), anticipating a promotion at work, takes his family to look at a house in an upwardly mobile neighborhood, though Bess (Zoe Kazan) is wary of leaving the safety of their tight-knit Jewish community and raising a family amid growing anti-Semitism sparked by Lindbergh’s ascendancy. As the family spinster, her sister Evelyn (Winona Ryder) has a disappointing rendezvous with a married lover, but later, finds herself charmed by a distinguished local clergyman, Rabbi Lionel Bengelsdorf (John Turturro). Meanwhile, getting an earful from Herman for being fired from his job, his orphaned nephew, Alvin Levin (Anthony Boyle) seeks retaliation for an aggrieved friend. ” HBO

10pm Hour

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1st Choice: Dispatches From Elsewhere. “Fred Wynn takes matters into his own hands but he needs his teammates to move on. He searches for the next clue and asks the gang for help; they take it too far in their search for answers leading them somewhere unexpected.” AMC

2nd Choice: My Brilliant Friend. Season Premiere. “Season 2 premiere. Newly married Lila grows profoundly resentful of her husband, and finds new ways to carry on seeing Elena.” HBO

3rd Choice: Bull. “Bull joins the defense team of a doctor who is an expert on anthrax after she was accused of terrorizing the city.” CBS

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