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What To Watch This Week

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By: Jamie Steinberg

 

Sunday:

Bob’s Burgers – It’s the season finale of the Belchers and the flood gates have opened. It’s time for the Bog to Beach parade, but the weather predicts it to pour. Teddy manages to convince Bob to work with him to enter the float contest by saying he thinks it will be an easy win for them. Of course, the parade doesn’t go as planned, which wakes Bob up to adjust his attitude. (FOX, 7:30pm ET/PT)

The Billboard Music Awards – Put on your dancing shoes! It’s time for The Billboard Awards so be ready to dance the night away as today’s top artists perform and receive recognition. (ABC, 8pm ET/PT)

 

Monday:

The Bachelorette – It’s the first African-American Bachelorette and we’re excited to watch her find love. Tonight kicks off with her juggling potential suitors and struggling to make time to speak with each of them. (ABC, 9pm ET/PT)

The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Special – There have been some pretty epic Carpool Karaoke performances and they have been compiled for a second special. Relive your favorite moments and enjoy all new “Carpool Karaoke” and Toddlerography. (CBS, 10pm ET/PT)

 

Tuesday:

The Voice – It’s the big night when the latest winner of The Voice is announced! With performances by Alessia Cara, Zedd, Chris Stapleton and Miley Cyrus. Be ready to rock out and (NBC, 8pm ET/PT)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine – Rosa and Jake are still on the hunt for a bank robbing operation, but soon they come to find out there is more to the team Lieutenant Hawkins (guest star Gina Gershon) has collected. When they discover a secret that gets them in too deep, Rosa and Jake look for help from Holt and Pimento (guest star Jason Mantzoukas). On a lighter note, Boyle has a distaste for Gina’s new boyfriend (guest star Ryan Phillipe). Enjoy this season finale hour long episode! (FOX, 8pm ET/PT)

 

Wednesday:

Survivor – Tonight is the last night for life in the jungle! It’s the season finale of Survivor and we eagerly await to see who out wits, out lasts and out plays their way to the big bucks. I think this season my bets are hedged on Tai. Let’s see how it all unfolds! (CBS, 8pm ET/PT)

Dirty Dancing – No one puts Baby in a corner and certainly not tonight! Join in watching the new rendition starring Abigail Breslin, Debra Messing, Nicole Scherzinger and many more epic stars as they take to the iconic film. Epic lift at the end included! (ABC, 8pm ET/PT)

 

Thursday:

Million Dollar Listing New York: Fredrik and Ryan are missing their pint-sized pal Luis, but a new guy Steve Gold has that under control. He’s a former fashion-model that has become a super-successful realtor. Unfortunately, he quickly finds himself in over his head when he gets no respect from a couple of young sellers. Plus, Ryan is quickly putting the honeymoon phase far on hold while he is eager to expand into Brooklyn. Fredrik has been trying to take a calmer approach to his work; however, that all changes when a Tribeca seller won’t budge on mere pennies on her listing price. (Bravo, 9pm ET/PT)

Red Nose Day –Entertainers come together to help raise money for the impoverished. Musicians and actors unite in humor and with heart to assist those in need. As a bonus, we get to reunite with the cast of Love Actually and see what the characters have been up to! (NBC, 10pm ET/PT)
Friday:

First Dates – In the season finale, it’s go big or go home. Tonight, one dater imagines her perfect partner uniting to make a power couple. Another dater confesses to never having been kissed! Let’s hope by the end of his date he’s not Josie Grossie anymore! (NBC, 8pm ET/PT)

Bloodline – Season Three (the final) of this Netflix series kicks off tonight on Netflix with the Rayburns looking to atone for the sins they have committed. With the lights beginning to dim on this Florida Keys centered series we see Sally still doing whatever it takes for her family. (Netflix)

 

Saturday:

Twin Peaks – The series originally airs on Sunday on Showtime, but since it was a double feature last week you might need to catchup! Seventeen years after the original series premiered, we pick up twenty-five years post the iconic murder of homecoming queen Laura Palmer. (Showtime, 8pm ET/PT)

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