What to Watch Tonight? An all new Blood & Treasure is our Top Pick To Watch Tonight. Also high on the list, Good Trouble and Pure. Check out all of our picks below. What are you watching?
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1st Choice: Good Trouble. “Mariana’s new relationship complicates her work environment. Callie is struggling to make decisions that will disrupt both her career and love life. Malika questions her involvement in activism. Davia juggles the men in her life.” Freeform
2nd Choice: How the World Ends. “Throughout history, people have prepared for the apocalypse. This series focuses on the different threats that may bring about the end of humanity.” Science
3rd Choice: America’s Got Talent. “Variety acts of all types and contestants of all ages audition for the chance to win the $1 million prize. The Golden Buzzer is still in play for two more lucky acts to go directly to the live shows at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles to compete for America’s vote.” NBC
1st Choice: The 100. “Octavia and Diyoza make their way to the mysterious anomaly in search of the Old Man. Meanwhile, Murphy has an offer for Emori.” The CW
2nd Choice: Animal Kingdom. “Pope learns disturbing details about where Smurf has been and the revelation puts Angela’s spot in the house in jeopardy. Adrian’s return to Oceanside leads to a confrontation.” TNT
3rd Choice: America’s Got Talent. Continues on NBC.
1st Choice: Blood & Treasure. “Danny and Lexi must improvise in order to stay alive and out of jail when they’re stuck in Casablanca with both law enforcement and their enemies hot on their trail. Also, Hardwick’s personal investigation into the Brotherhood of Serapis lands him in a dangerous situation.” CBS
2nd Choice: Pure. “Anna makes a desperate attempt to guarantee Tina’s safe passage back to the colony. Noah’s efforts to catch Anna’s narco boss could backfire.” WGNA
3rd Choice: Drunk History. Season Premiere. “Lead Belly records songs with John Lomax that change the face of music; John Lennon and Yoko Ono almost get deported; and Sam Cooke writes “A Change Is Gonna Come.” Comedy