What To Watch Tonight? Our Top Pick To Watch Tonight is the season 3 premiere of True Detective (in back to back episodes). Also high on the list, The 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards. Also on, new Outlander and Dirty John. What are you watching?
1st Choice: The 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards. NOTE: Begins at 7pm (EST). “Taye Diggs hosts the annual salute to the best in film, television and streaming. Claire Foy will be honored with this year’s #SeeHer Award and producer Chuck Lorre will receive the Critics’ Choice Creative Achievement Award. From the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Cal.” The CW
2nd Choice: Outlander. “Jamie, Claire and Young Ian embark on a long uncertain journey to rescue Roger, while Brianna forges a friendship with one of Jamie’s old friends as she fends off Aunt Jocasta’s attempts to secure a husband.” Starz
3rd Choice: God Friended Me. “Miles is shocked when the God Account sends him 76 simultaneous friend suggestions. Also, Ali moves in with Miles while her apartment is being fumigated, and Rakesh receives surprising news at work.” CBS
1st Choice: The 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards. Continues on The CW.
2nd Choice: True Detective. “Season 3 begins with the disappearance of a young Arkansas boy and his sister in 1980, which triggers vivid memories and enduring questions for retired detective Wayne Hays, who worked the case 35 years ago with his then-partner Roland West. What started as a routine case becomes a long journey to dissect the crime and make sense of it.” HBO
3rd Choice: Shark Tank. “Brothers from Provo, Utah, introduce their adventurous treasure hunt game experience for cities across the country; entrepreneurs from Cedarburg, Wis., and New York City present their line of affordable and ethical street wear that donates a school uniform to a child for every purchase; cousins from Dallas present their eco-friendly product that helps wipe away one’s bum; entrepreneurs from San Jose, Cal., pitch their hands-free pet tool that makes bath time easier.” ABC
1st Choice: True Detective. “Hays looks back at the aftermath of the 1980 Purcell case in West Finger, Ark., including possible evidence left behind at the Devil’s Den, an outdoor hangout for local kids. As attention focuses on two conspicuous suspects—Brett Woodard, a solitary vet and trash collector, and Ted LaGrange, an ex-con with a penchant for children—the parents of the missing kids, Tom and Lucy Purcell, receive a cryptic note from an anonymous source.” HBO
2nd Choice: Dirty John. “John and Debra’s relationship comes to a head in an unexpected way.” Bravo
3rd Choice: The Lake Erie Murders. “Murder cases from the Lake Erie region of the U.S. and Canada are examined.” ID