What To Watch Tonight – Monday, November 4, 2019

What To Watch Tonight?  Prodigal Son (check out our recaps here) and the highly anticipated series premiere of His Dark Materials are our Top Picks to Watch Tonight! Also high on the list, all new Bluff City Law. Check out the rest of our nightly picks below. What are you watching?!?

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1st Choice: All American. Repeat. “The Season 2 premiere: Spencer James faces a difficult decision that could transform his reputation after winning the state championship. Billy realizes he needs to make some major changes to get his life back on track, while Grace and Corey have a tough conversation regarding their family.” The CW

2nd Choice: The Voice.  “The “Knockout Rounds” continue.” NBC

3rd Choice: 9-1-1. “A murder weapon from a case close to Athena in the early ’90s resurfaces. Flashbacks to 1989 show how Athena joined the LAPD and became the police officer she is today.” Fox

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1st Choice:  Prodigal Son.  “Bright’s quest for answers about his childhood leads him to a junkyard, where he’s bombarded with gunshots. Narrowly escaping, Bright and the NYPD discover multiple bodies on the scene, with victims spanning decades. Gil, Dani, Frank and Bright must investigate this serial killer who Bright suspects has something to do with “The Surgeon.” Meanwhile, Ainsley’s exclusive interview with Martin takes an unexpected turn, forcing her to team up with Bright.” Fox

2nd Choice: His Dark Materials. Series Premiere. “Orphan Lyra Belacqua’s (Dafne Keen) world is upended by her long-absent uncle’s return from the North, while the glamorous Mrs. Coulter (Ruth Wilson) visits Jordan College with a proposition.” HBO

3rd Choice:  All Rise. “Mark and Emily go head to head in court for the first time, and things get awkward when Mark must cross-examine Lola’s mother when she’s called as a character witness.” CBS

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1st Choice:  Bluff City Law. “Sydney, Elijah and Briana take on a pill mill owner responsible for creating an addiction epidemic, and Jake helps George move forward in his post-prison life.” NBC

2nd Choice: Catherine the Great. “Catherine (Helen Mirren) and Potemkin (Jason Clarke) experience growing pains in their relationship, as Potemkin’s push for expansion puts him at odds with Panin (Rory Kinnear).” HBO

3rd Choice:  The Good Doctor. “While performing his first solo surgery, Dr. Shaun Murphy alienates a nurse, which puts his residency in jeopardy. Also, Dr. Neil Melendez disagrees with Dr. Audrey Lim on a risky surgery, and Dr. Claire Brown spirals into self-destructive behaviors, causing negative ramifications in the workplace.” ABC

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