What to Watch Tonight

Bosch Is Back, Girlboss Premiere, Bill Nye Talk Guy and More

  • Amazon
    Bosch

    Season 3 premiere (all 10 episodes): While still angered by the truths about his mother’s murder, Bosch investigates the killing of a homeless veteran and a suspected serial killer’s suicide.

  • Netflix
    Bill Nye Saves the World

    Series premiere: Each week, Nye is joined by celebrity guests and a team of correspondents to discuss myriad topics — including sex, climate change, GMOs, video games and alternative medicine. (Watch trailer.)

  • Netflix
    Girlboss

    Series premiere (all 13 episodes): Based on the bestseller, this dramedy chronicles the rise of Sophia Amoruso (Life Unexpected‘s Britt Robertson), who would go on to build the fashion empire Nasty Gal; Dean Norris (Breaking Bad) co-stars. (Watch trailer.)

  • Netflix
    Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On

    Series premiere (all six episodes): Spun off of the 2015 documentary, this “unflinchingly honest series” looks at people caught up in an Internet where social media, porn and virtual relationships are “a click away.”

  • Amazon
    Thunderbirds Are Go

    Season 3 premiere (all 13 episodes): The Tracy Brothers and their International Rescue allies band together to battle The Mechanic.

  • Fox
    Rosewood

    In the penultimate Season 2 episode, Rosie and Villa’s investigation into the death of a school teacher leads them into the dark world of human trafficking.

  • VH1
    RuPaul's Drag Race

    The queens partake in a reality stars musical directed by Internet personality Todrick Hall; “All About That Bass” singer Meghan Trainor serves as a guest judge.

  • Showtime
    Burn Motherf*cker, Burn!

    This 90-minute documentary chronicles years of racial tensions between the LAPD and the African-American community, all leading up to the 1992 beating of Rodney King.

  • ABC
    Shark Tank

    Pitches include a fitness apparel line, a rescue signal for big-wave surfers and water-resistant backpacks.

  • HBO
    Animals

    Teenage rats Mike and Phil hatch a scheme to exploit a human baby for profit; two bees find themselves at odds over their mutual infatuation for a tulip.

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21 Comments
  1. Liz Lemon says:

    Bosch (never watched it but going to from the beginning)

    I’m gonna binge old shows because Fridays are dry as heck.

    The Wire
    Batllestar Galactica
    The Missing
    The Affair
    Getting On
    The Getdown

  2. Titus Welliver is all kinds of awesome as Bosch. I don’t like cop shows but this is so well done acted and plotted i can’t help watch. Looking forward to a BInge. Kick ass Opening as well Really one of the best original programs on Amazon

  3. Joey Padron says:

    Catch up on some shows online and watch The Tonight Show.

  4. haldrey says:

    Rosewood

  5. Kevin Tran says:

    Real Time with Bill Maher

  6. KLS says:

    Been waiting for Bosch’s return. Rainy weekend=Bosch Binge.

  7. isaaedi100 says:

    Girlboss!!
    First Dates
    Shark Tank

  8. Billy meacham says:

    Bosch
    Rosewood

  9. poodleshark says:

    Bosch, baby, there is NO substitute.

  10. nuschler12 says:

    If you are a Michael Connelly buff as I am (Bosch, Lincoln Lawyer, and others) the first two seasons of Bosch can be troubling.
    Connelly IS the technical director on the Amazon series but they mix plots, add incorrect plot lines–some 180 degrees from the books.

    I would say Read the books…Connelly is EASILY the best crime writer today (after 30 best selling but ALSO very well written intelligent novels)

    The Bosch TV series should be seen as a separate entity. Very good..but jarringly inconsistent with the novels.

    Yes! Watch the series–Titus Welliver is excellent as are the supporting actors.

    But also–read the books as they are awesome.

    • KLS says:

      I agree. But a lot of movies/series do this as well: piece together bits from different books to hopefully, make a better story on screen. Lee Child’s (Jack Reacher) and Jeffery Deaver’s (Lincoln Rhyme) books have been treated the same way. I personally only like Connelly’s Bosch books and I like the series adaptation just fine (though I think the book rendition of Bosch (the cop) is a lot rougher around the edges than the TV version).

      • nuschler12 says:

        @KLS SPOILER ALERT!!!

        Well I watched the first two episodes and they have taken cases from SIX different books. The women all look alike–good looking Latinas in tight suits–there’s juvies ripping off johns, a homeless vet capped, (gotta learn about Bosch’s vet experience!) return of Black Widow, TWO trials, a murder of a guy Bosch was filming, some guy gets Bosch’s prints from a bar glass and plants them and….then the stand alone book Poet and Blood Work show up! ARRGGHH!! 8 BOOKS?? In the books Bosch can’t handle a flip phone, send a text, or operate a laptop. NOW he’s got remote cameras inside and outside an apt??

        I said ENOUGH!

        I turned off TV, and opened up the latest Connelly book to read.

      • nuschler12 says:

        @KLS
        BTW, I got turned onto Jack Reacher while I was in Paris in 2010 and a MME on the Metro showed it to me (in French!). Came back to the states and started reading in English. Great stuff..THEN Lee Child gets 5’4” Tom Cruise to play 6’4” 230# Jack Reacher?

        Then did it again? I quit Reacher and Child!

        BTW as a vet, I NEVER could get past the fact that Reacher was a junior grade MP. Really about the lowest MOS in the military..about equal to a Hull Tech or Boson’s Mate. 13 years in and quits.

        NEVER made any sense. Then remembered that Lee Child is 6’5” British and never served in the military. He wrote TV scripts in the UK. And just HOW many times can you read about Crown Vics?

  11. Irene Mi says:

    When is Z NATION coming back on Fridays?

  12. Real Time with Bill Maher
    Vice