ATL Homicide

Happy Monday! It was a long and weird weekend. We mourned the passing of Larry King and Hank Aaron, remained fascinated with Bernie Sanders, and saw Tom Brady make yet another Super Bowl. But, it's a new week, and here's some shows to check out for today!


'Reunions', Acorn TV

British streaming service Acorn TV premiered the new series Réunions in December of last year to generally positive reviews. Now seven episodes in, a new one premieres on the platform tonight!

'The Salisbury Poisonings', AMC

As protests sweep Russia for the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, this AMC special premieres tonight at 10pm, telling the story of the 2018 Novichok attacks on Salisbury.

'Deer Squad' on Nick Jr.

The new children's cartoon Deer Squad, courtesy of Nick Jr, aired for the first time this morning at 9.

'Freaks and Geeks', Hulu

The Judd Apatow classic TV series that made more careers than a high school job fair (Seth Rogen, James Franco, and Jason Segel, just to name a few) has made its way to Hulu. This is where Judd Apatow's network of comedy juggernauts was made.

'My Feet are Killing Me' on TLC

Following the success of Dr Pimple Popper, TLC is reaching deeper into the medical bag, emerging with a show about foot diseases and how they're treated.

'Snowpiercer' on TNT

Following its success of season one, TNT's dystopian thriller returns tonight with a brand new season!

'ATL Homicide' on TV One

The show where real detectives tell their darkest and most thrilling stories is back with a new season tonight!

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