What To Watch This Week

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By: Jamie Steinberg



Tony Awards – Broadway’s finest performers unite for an evening to celebrate the year’s best performances and plays. Tune in to watch Kevin Spacey host the 71st Annual Tony Awards! (CBS, 8pm ET/PT)

Claws – In the series premiere, we are introduced to Desna and her friends who are nail techs at Nail Artisans of Manatee County. While they work, they daydream of better lives for themselves. Unfortunately, the girls end up in the midst of a laundering scheme thanks to the Dixie Mafia. With New Year’s Eve coming soon, Desna teams with new addition Virginia to aid in their attempts at changing their lives for better. (TNT, 10pm ET/PT)



So You Think You Can Dance – Say hello to your judges! We hear the lovely British tones of Cat Deeley ushering in the 14th season of this dance competition. Various dancers from around the globe find themselves on stage hoping to snag a seat on a plane to Los Angeles for a call back. (FOX, 8pm ET/PT)

Better Call Saul – Reunited, but is it that good? Jimmy goes to see a friend where he finds himself restarting a former pastime. Plus, Hamlin and Chuck get into quite the heated argument. (AMC, 10pm ET/PT)



iZombie – Hey Liv. Remember Blaine? Yeah, you guys have to team up tonight to help save a fellow zombie. Intrigued… (CW, 9pm ET/PT)

Face Off – Season 12 of the hit movie make-up series kicks off this evening! This season finds special effects make-up artists taking on challenges to lead them towards a grand prize and the honor of being at the top of their field. (Syfy, 9pm ET/PT)



Blood Drive – What happens when you take the movie Mad Max: Fury Road and make their vehicles only run on blood as fuel? Find out when this series premieres tonight! (Syfy, 10pm ET/PT)

Steve Harvey’s Funderdome – Steve Harvey hosts (another) show! Watch as he showcases inventions that range from toy building breaks to soap to mounts for smartphones. (ABC, 10pm ET/PT)



Cold Case Files: This series follows chilling Cold Case files that recently have been solved. Tonight we watch the story of a seventeen-year-old in a rural Kentucky town that goes missing only to be found murdered two weeks later. It has been more than a decade since the case was investigated, but when it is reopened viewers get a look into a chilling family secret. (A&E, 10pm ET/PT)



Ginormous Food – Who’s hungry? Tonight host Josh Denny finds himself on an empty stomach in Pittsburgh where he takes on Emporio’s “The Six Pack” (a loaf of ciabatta with a dozen massive meatballs). Next, he tackles Primanti Bros’ larger than life grilled meat sandwich that has been stuffed with coleslaw and fries, better known as the Triple Pitts-Burger. Lastly, he heads over to Bakn to snag a snack of their Bakn Quake. This monstrosity is made up of three 20-inch pancakes that have been filled with fried eggs, cheddar cheese and seven types of bacon. It is then topped with maple syrup and folded like a taco. Nervous? You should be. (Food Network, 8pm ET/PT)

Reign – Tonight we bow and bid adieu to Queen Mary of Scotland so we must pay our respects. The history based series comes to an end this evening as Mary makes a decision that seals her fate. (CW, 9pm ET/PT)



Doctor Who – Tonight Doctor Who and his consorts find themselves on the hunt for the lost Ninth Roman Legion. Unfortunately, the team find themselves in the midst of an ancient life or death battle for the fate of humanity. It begs them to wonder what could possibly be in the cairn and how far they are willing to go in order to defeat the Eaters of Light. (BBC, 9pm ET/PT)

Turn – Tonight is the Season Four premiere of the hit spy series “Turn.” We begin the season with historically known American traitor Benedict Arnold attempting to coral spies in New York. Meanwhile, Abe has his hands full attempting to come up with a plan in order to destroy British supplies.  Tune in for some history based badassery! (AMC, 9pm ET/PT)

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