I saw a post yesterday about how it was OK to be happy, laugh, and make jokes during tragedy and chaos. I wrote a defense of distraction and about humor during bad times. TV is a good way to distract me from the chaos of the world.
7pm – America’s Funniest Home Videos
8pm – American Idol – the season premiere
10pm – The Rookie
7pm – 60 Minutes
8pm – The Equalizer
9pm – NCIS: Los Angeles
10pm – SWAT
8pm – All American: Homecoming – a repeat of the premiere
9pm – March
8pm – The Simpsons
8:30pm – The Great North
9pm – Bob’s Burgers
9:30pm – Family Guy
Repeats of AGT: Extreme and Endgame
Various Non-Streaming Options
The SAG Awards are on TBS and TNT at 8.
Naked and Afraid season premiere is on Discovery at 8.
Wicked Tuna season premiere is on National Geographic at 9.
The Food That Built America is on History at 9 followed by the premiere of Adam Eats the 80s at 10 and 10:30.
Tournament of Champions is on Food Network at 8 followed by Alex vs America at 10.
Home Town is on HGTV at 8 and 9.
Family Dinner is on Magnolia at 8.
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City is on Bravo at 9 followed by Watch What Happens Live at 10.
Killing Eve season premiere is on BBC America at 8.
The Walking Dead is on AMC at 9 followed by Talking Dead at 10.
Sidney Poitier: In His Own Words is on BET at 9.
On the Premium Channels
Power Book IV: Force is on Starz at 8.
Billions is on Showtime at 9 followed by Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber at 10.
From is on Epix at 9 followed by Britannia at 10.
The finale of Euphoria is on HBO at 9 followed by the finale of The Righteous Gemstones at 10, the finale of Somebody Somewhere at 10:45, and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver at 11:15.
My wife is very happy The Equalizer is back.
We still enjoy SWAT.
I will be watching the Walking Dead tomorrow morning.
I watch Euphoria, Righteous Gemstones and John Oliver on HBO. The seasons for the first two seemed way too short.
I watched From on Epix last week and thought it was a good first episode.