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Here are some shows you should be checking out tonight, Dec. 29th!


'7 Little Johnstons'

7 Little Johnstons is back with a brand new episodes starting tonight! This season will focus in on Trent and Amber Johnston dealing with having all their five children back under one roof due to the pandemic!

'The Year with Robin Roberts'

ABC will be taking a look back at this unprecedented year and showcasing all the events that unfolded in 2020. Robin Roberts will be anchoring the event and it will even feature comments from comedian Nikki Glaser, Eugene Levy, Bethenny Frankel, and so many more! Be sure to tune in to ABC at 9pm to watch!

'Chasing The Rain'

Chasing the Rain is officially out now on Video on Demand! This film follows the life of a photographer who struggles to fit in. When tragedy hits, so does the return of everything he has tried to forget.

'Supermarket Stakeout'

Supermarket Stakeout is back with the finale! Be sure to check out how the competing chefs find a way to make their recipes work with only 5 ingredients.

'Streets of Dreams'

CNBC is officially presenting its brand new series Streets of Dreams with Marcus Lemonis. The show will be highlighting the stories of entrepreneurs and several business cultures that help define some of the most iconic streets in America.

'A Teacher'

The finale to this dramatic series is officially out today! Be sure to check out how Eric and Claire's lives have changed, as well as the new truth that unfolds.

'Tell Me a Story'

Tell Me a Story will also be premiering their season finale tonight! Check it out at 9pm on CW.

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