What To Watch – Tuesday, June 26, 2018

A solid night of TV with new episodes of The Bold Type, The 100, Animal Kingdom and HUMANS . We also have the normal wacky game shows and reality shows like Beat Shazam and America’s Got Talent.

Most importantly, on Twitter, at 10p (EST), we’ll be live tweeting our next installment of the LOST Series re-watch with episode 10, “Raised By Another” (the first Claire episode)!  Follow me on Twitter (@Popcultureview) and tweet along with us! We have to go back!

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8pm Hour:

(Freeform/Philippe Bosse) KATIE STEVENS

1st Choice:    The Bold Type.  “Jane teams up with Pinstripe to try her hand at gossip reporting; Adena reluctantly brings Kat out to meet her friends, leading Kat to wonder about Adena’s past; and Sutton fights for an in with a well-connected influencer.” Freeform

2nd Choice: America’s Got Talent.  “The auditions continue.” NBC

3rd Choice:  Beat Shazam.  “Pairs of contestants try to identify various songs to win a cash prize in a couple-themed episode. Also: Ginuwine stops by.” Fox

9pm Hour:

Photo: Katie Yu/The CW

1st Choice:   The 100.  “Clarke’s determination to protect Madi puts Bellamy in an impossible position.” The CW

2nd Choice:   America’s Got Talent. Continues on NBC.

3rd Choice:  Animal Kingdom.   “Deran gets to know his father Billy and helps J with a dilemma as Pearce closes in on Smurf’s laundering operation. Craig uncovers a secret that sends him to Smurf.” TNT

10pm Hour:

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1st Choice:   LOST Series Re(Watch).   Flashbacks reveal Claire’s backstory as well as filling in some explanation surrounding the mysteries of the Island and its inhabitants.  Hulu

2nd Choice:   HUMANS.  “Laura and the Dryden Commission visit the Railyard. Mia comes face to face with someone from her past. An evening out turns to tragedy for Joe.”   AMC

3rd Choice:  The Last Defense.  “The trial of Darlie Routier heats up. Facing one of Texas’ top defense lawyers, the prosecution argues that Darlie’s actions and demeanor are not that of a grieving mother but of a person capable of murdering her own children. The defense strikes back by questioning the state’s theory of motive and the characterization of Darlie. However, when the prosecution presents a video of Darlie having a party at her children’s gravesite, and it seems her fate is sealed.” ABC

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