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Don’t know what to watch? Well look no further, here’s a list of what to watch, where to watch it, and when to watch it! 

Monday: 

 Love and Hip Hop Hollywood at 8pm on VH1: LHHH follows the singers, rappers, dancers, and reality stars of Hollywood as they navigate through “life.”  If you like drama and reality television, this is definitely the Monday night show for you.

 

The Neighborhood at 8pm on CBS: The Neighborhood stars Cedric the Entertainer, Tichina Arnold, and Max Greenfield. This is a comedic sitcom that focuses around a white family moving into a black neighborhood. Cedric’s character has the hardest time accepting that Greenfield’s character and his family are genuine and just want to get along with their neighbors. 

911 at 9pm on FOX: 911 is an intense drama, focused around a fire station and a 911 call center, and the daily challenges and obstacles that come their way. There are a lot of strong, well-known actors and actresses in this show, my personal favorites, Angela Bassett and Aisha Hinds. 

 

TI and Tiny Friends & Family Hustle at 9pm on VH1: We all know TI and Tiny’s show about their family, well this time there’s friends involved. Instead of the cameras just focusing on the Harris family, lady boss Toya Wright, singer Monica Brown, and singer/actress, Letoya Luckett and their families join the cast. 

 

 

Tuesday:

Black Lightning at 9pm on CW: About a high school principal, played by Cress Williams, who is an undercover superhero trying to save his school and town from a highly dangerous drug called “greenlight.” He also soon discovers that his two daughters, played by China Anne McClain and Nafessa Williams, have superpowers as well and now he has to navigate them through the supernatural life. This is a great show, I especially love the fact that it shows an African American family of superheroes.  

 

 

 

Blackish at 9pm on ABC: Blackish is a funny but also an enlightening sitcom focused around an African American family in the suburbs. This show is full of stars that I’m sure we’ve all heard of, Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Jenifer Lewis, Yara Shahidi, Marsai Martin, and Laurence Fishburn. Most importantly, the show is created by one of our alumni, the amazing Kenya Barris.  

 

 

 

 

Wednesday:

Empire at 8pm on FOX: At this point in Empire, the Lyons are trying to rebuild their credibility after loosing Empire, there’s definitely less back stabbing and more family unity his season. Taraji P. Henson aka Cookie, is still quick with the hilarious comebacks and is doing everything in her power to build their new company. 

 

 

 

STAR at 9pm on FOX: Star is an intense drama that has so many moving pieces, that all you can really do is just watch the show. Queen Latifah’s character, Carlotta, is the momma bear and in charge to so many of the characters that it is finally catching up with her this season.  

 

 

 

 

 A Million Little Things at 10pm on ABC: This show focuses around four close, male friends, one of them unexpectedly commits suicide in the very beginning, so now it is up to the remaining three friends to figure out how to deal with life without their best friend. A Million Little Things covers, suicide, depression, adultery, breast cancer, and friendship, not only does it cover these heavy subjects, but it is interesting and sometimes comedic.  

 

 

 

 

Are You The One at 10pm on MTV : You will see someone, fall in love, get their heart broke, and fall back in love, all in one episode, seriously. It is a reality show that puts singles who are bad at finding love in one house, each person’s perfect match is in that house, but it is up to them to figure out who it is. If they find all 11 perfect matches before their time in the house is up, they all win 1 million dollars.  

 

 

Thursday:

Grey’s Anatomy at 8pm on ABC: Grey’s Anatomy is on their 15th season, that’s how you know it’s good. You will go through all the feels watching this show, there’s always something crazy going on in their hospital, people die, people live, but there’s always a lesson at the end. 

 

Station 19 at 9pm on ABC: Right after watching Grey’s Anatomy, you can transition into Station 19 that shows what happens on the scenes, before the patients get to the hospital. Station 19 is the fire station the show focuses on, and one of the rookie firefighters is actually a former surgeon from Grey’s Anatomy, and sometimes the two shows have cross-over episodes.  

 

 

Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta at 9pm on WeTv: GUHH is like another Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, except it’s the younger generation and way less messy. They have Bow Wow, Lil Mama, Jermaine Dupri’s daughter, Da Brat, and a few more Atlanta celebrities.  

 

 

 

 

How to Get Away With Murder at 10pm on ABC: The award winning, Viola Davis gives us an amazing show every week as a criminal defense attorney, Annalise Keating, who also teaches a law class. This is a mysterious and intense drama that will keep you on your toes. 

 

 

Friday:

The Paynes at 9pm on OWN: The Paynes is a spin-off of the sitcom, House of Payne. What better way to end the week than with a nice, comedic sitcom. ​ 

 

 

 

Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars at 9pm on WeTv: Several reality couples are put in a house to work on their relationships. 

 

 

 

 

Saturday:

Black Love at 10pm on OWN: Who doesn’t love Black Love? This docuseries features select celebrity Black couples who have successful relationships, and how they were/are able to maintain their relationships.  

 

Saturday Night Live at 10pm on NBC: Each week the SNL ensemble cast have celebrity guest join them in performing comedic sketches.  

 

 

 

Sunday:

Married to Medicine at 8pm on Bravo: My personal favorite, this is a reality show about a group of friends who are Black female doctors, and doctor’s wives in Atlanta. They are crazy, funny, blunt, dramatic, loud, but also classy with it.  

 

 

 

Unsung Hollywood at 9pm on Tv One: Each week this show gives us insight on either someone in the tv/film industry or the making of am iconic tv show or film.  

 

 

 

 

Rel at 9:30pm on FOX: Rel is a comedic sitcom about a middle aged man, Rel, whose wife cheated on him with his barber, then left him and took their kids. Now he has to figure out how to bounce back and enjoy the single life.  

 

 

Uncensored at 10pm on Tv One: Uncensored gives us a raw, in depth, interview on new celebrities each week. 

 

 

I'm a sophomore, Mass Media Arts major with a concentration in Radio, Tv, and Film with a minor in Theatre Arts at Clark Atlanta University, from Tampa, Florida. Writing is one of many things I enjoy, along with anything that has to do with the tv/film industry. Also I love dancing and eating food and my zodiac sign is a Scorpio :)
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