What to Watch Tonight – Wednesday, January 2, 2019

What To Watch Tonight?  Tonight’s choices aren’t great with most shows still in repeats but we do have some hope. Our Top Pick To Watch Tonight is Vikings. In addition, we have the season premiere of Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell & Back as well as all new SEAL Team and the series premiere of a new competition show show, The Masked Singer … which seems like pointless fun.  At 10pm, our nerdy selves are looking at PBS’s American Masters which is looking at DNA pioneer, James Watson.

Photo: History Channel

8pm Hour: 

CR: FOX.

1st Choice: Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell & Back.  “The Season 2 premiere: Gordon Ramsay’s “Hell On Wheels” travels to the Trolley Stop Café, a classic Cajun-inspired restaurant located in New Orleans. After intense investigation and surveillance, Ramsay and his team discover that an absentee owner is to blame for the restaurant staff’s lack of communication and discipline. Ramsay will try to bring this failing restaurant back from the brink of disaster in 24 hours. Chef Aarón Sanchez stops by to lend his knowledge to the New Orleans cuisine.” Fox

2nd Choice: Mysteries at the Museum. “Don Wildman examines a terrifying ape-like beast that roams the desert, a jazz-loving serial killer’s reign of terror and a doomed ghost ship found floating in the Arctic Ocean.” Travel

3rd Choice:  Project Runway All Stars.  “The final three designers race to create seven-piece collections that make their mark in fashion history.” Lifetime

9pm Hour:

Photo: History Channel

1st Choice:  Vikings. “Bjorn achieves one of Ragnar’s dreams; back in Kattegat, Ivar hatches a new plan while preparing for a divine arrival; in Iceland, a settler returns in a terrible state; and King Alfred faces his greatest threat yet.” History

2nd Choice:  The Masked Singer. “The premiere of the singing competition in which celebrity singers face off against each other while wearing elaborate costumes to hide their identities.” Fox

3rd Choice:  SEAL Team. “Bravo Team partners with the British Special Air Service to rescue passengers on a hijacked plane who are taken hostage by terrorists.” CBS

10pm Hour:

Photo: PBS

1st Choice:  American Masters. “A profile of molecular biologist James Watson, one of the co-discoverers of the structure of DNA. In 1962, Watson shared the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine with Francis Crick and Maurice Wilkins, who, with Rosalind Franklin, provided the data on which the structure was based.” PBS

2nd Choice: The Sound of Terror. “A beeper is found in the snow near an abandoned car belonging to a victim of a violent crime, and Colorado detectives are blown away by its link back to one of their own.” ID

3rd Choice:  Locked Up Abroad.  “A bodybuilder prints counterfeit cash after a breakup; and a hippie smuggles cocaine for love.”  Nat Geo

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