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It's the first day of April! Check out today's premieres!

Today's Premieres 

Don't miss the premiere of Notorious Queens, where four infamous women take over new reality TV series on ALLBLK.

The hit cooking competition returns! Check out the premiere of Top Chef at 8pm on Bravo!

A brand new sitcom has arrived on CBS. United States of Al follows a marine combat who wants to readjust his life in Ohio, finding support from Al, the interpreter who served his unit in Afghanistan. Check it out at 8:30pm on CBS.

The ocean is full of mysteries. Explore it with the premiere of Expedition Deep Ocean only on Discovery+

Check out dysfunctional family The Moodys with the premiere of season 2 at 9pm on Fox!

The Great Pottery Throwdown competition comes back with season 4, streaming on HBO Max!

Made For Love follows a woman on the run after a 10 years suffocating marriage with a tech billionaire who has implanted device in her brain that tracks her and know her emotional data. Check out how she tries to regain her own independence on HBO Max!

The wait is over. Season 3 premiere of Manifest is tonight at 8pm on NBC!

Olivia Benson returns to the NYPD after a devastating personal loss. Check out Law & Order: Organized Crime at 10pm on NBC!

Worn Stories is a funny lighthearted docuseries where people share fascinating stories about their relationships with favorite clothes. You can watch it on Netflix!

Don't miss the ultimate challenge with 22 contestants in The Challenge: All Stars streaming on Paramount+

Season 2 of the anthology series Creepshow comes out today on Shudder!

A little fun is all we need during this time. Check out Wipeout! The game show comes back at 9pm on TBS!

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Happy Earth Day! Today is a day to remember our planet and how we have to take care of it. If it's too cold outside or you're just not feeling outside today, have no worries! Because nature movies and documentaries are the best part of Earth Day anyways. Let's get into it!


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