What to Watch Tonight? Tonight, CBS features an ending and beginning with the season finale of NCIS as well as the series premiere of a Summer show we’ve been waiting for, Blood & Treasure. Also high on our list, the penultimate episode of Fosse/Verdon and an all new The Bold Type. What are you watching?
1st Choice: The Bold Type. “When Kat faces racial profiling while canvassing for office, she is tempted to call the woman out on social media in order to find justice. Sutton realizes that Richard is keeping something from her. Meanwhile, Jane and Jacqueline make headway on the workplace harassment investigation.” Freeform
2nd Choice: NCIS. “In the Season 16 finale, former FBI Agent Tobias Fornell pleads with Gibbs to do whatever is necessary to take down drug dealers and suppliers in the area after his daughter, Emily Fornell, is hospitalized from an opiate overdose. Gibbs is haunted by the personal aspects of the case and his history with vigilante justice.” CBS
3rd Choice: MasterChef Junior. “The Top Six junior home cooks tackle the most daunting challenge in “Masterchef Junior” history when they take over Michelin Star Los Angeles restaurant Mélisse. To rise to the occasion, the teams face an intense environment, hungry guests with high expectations and the wrath of Gordon Ramsay.” Fox
1st Choice: Blood & Treasure. “In the premiere, the discovery of the tomb of Antony and Cleopatra sets off a worldwide chase between a brilliant antiquities expert, a cunning thief and a ruthless terrorist.” CBS
2nd Choice: The 100. “Clarke embraces the traditions of Sanctum and tries to make amends for her past actions.” The CW
3rd Choice: The Haves and the Have Nots. “Madison intercepts an ominous call at the hospital.” OWN
1st Choice: Fosse/Verdon. “Gwen fights to assert her own creative vision on Chicago, challenging Bob’s increasingly dark approach to the musical.” FX
2nd Choice: Blood & Treasure. Series Premiere Continues on CBS.
3rd Choice: 1969. “In upstate New York, amidst social turmoil and war, two determined 20-somethings hatched a far-fetched plan to transform a dairy farm into a politically inspired rock festival billed as “3 Days of Peace & Music.” Meanwhile, in New York’s Greenwich Village, an underground community of LGBTQ+ youth was becoming fed up with social inequality, ready to rise up to challenge harsh laws aimed at their community and break centuries of taboos. Ultimately, both the Woodstock Music & Arts Festival and the Stonewall Uprising of 1969 changed America and the world forever. By illuminating two of the most pivotal social events of that summer, “Generation Woodstock” spotlights a trailblazing, freethinking generation that was determined to change America by challenging the status quo through their desire to promote peace, love, unity, equality and individual freedom. Powerful firsthand accounts and contemporary voices highlight the cataclysmic youth rebellion that shook the country in the summer of 1969 through music, protest and political activism, and how its spirit lives on in the current youth movements of 2019.” ABC