What to Watch Tonight? An all new Blood & Treasure (check out last week’s Live Reaction show with Stephen Scaia here) is our Top Pick To Watch Tonight. Also high on the list, Good Trouble and the series premiere of The Disappearance on WGNA. Check out all of our picks below. What are you watching?
1st Choice: Good Trouble. “Davia’s mom comes to town, stirring up old issues. Callie and Malika make some mistakes attempting to help people. Meanwhile, Mariana tries to figure out what to do about the problems from their app beta test and gets confronted by the other women on the grievance committee.” Freeform
2nd Choice: I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth vs Michelle Carter. Series Premiere. “Part 1. The case involves Michelle who allegedly killed his boyfriend Conrad through manslaughter.” HBO
3rd Choice: America’s Got Talent. “Auditions for the competition continue.” NBC
1st Choice: The 100. “Bellamy must venture into enemy territory with an unlikely companion. Meanwhile, Octavia is forced to confront her past.” The CW
2nd Choice: Animal Kingdom. “J gets a favor from Smurf; Angela discovers what Smurf is hiding; Craig and Renn explores their relationship; Pope is having a hard time with his new role in the family.” TNT
3rd Choice: America’s Got Talent. Continues on NBC.
1st Choice: Blood & Treasure. “Danny and Lexi seek out a famed Nazi hunter whose research leads them to Montreal, where they suspect that the last of the Nazis who escaped with Cleopatra may still be alive and in hiding. Also, tensions between Gwen and Fabi come to a head.” CBS
2nd Choice: The Disappearance. Series Premiere. “In the series premiere, the Sullivan family discuss Anthony’s odd school project. A day later, Anthony’s grandfather organizes a treasure hunt for his grandson’s 10th birthday, a treasure hunt from which Anthony would not return.” WGNA
3rd Choice: Bring the Funny. Series Premiere. “In the series premiere, Kenan Thompson, Chrissy Teigen and Jeff Foxworthy join at the judges’ table in search of the funniest comedy act around. In the “Open Mic” round, sketch, variety and stand up comedy acts from all over the world give it their all to impress.” NBC