Check out all the exciting premieres coming to your television tonight!
Keeping Up With the Kardashians Final Season
After 14 years on air as one of the most watched reality shows in the country, the classic E! series Keeping Up With the Kardashians is back for its final season, and there's a whole lot to talk about. Kim and Kanye are getting divorced, the pandemic hit, and Scott seems to be back in the picture, for some reason.
Justice League: The Snyder Cut
Yeah, the Snyder Cut is here. Finally. We've been waiting almost four years for the original director of the film to get his take on the movie out to the public, and now we can see it, exclusively on HBO Max.
Overserved With Lisa Vanderpump
As we say goodbye Keeping With the Kardashians, we can say hello to Lisa Vanderpump and her famous dinner party guests! Premiering tonight on E!, we get to see the famous restaurateur take us through her A-list lifestyle of food and fortune.
B: The Beginning
Netflix has been going hard with anime releases in the past couple months, and we see them come back to the style once more with B: The Beginning, a show about scientists trying to create a new species of human that will set the world into universal peace, but, big shocker, that goes wrong.
Waka and Tammy: What the Flocka
Coming to WEtv, the second season of Waka and Tammy: What the Flocka is airing tonight at 9 pm. While the rapper may have stepped away from the game, he's still very much in the spotlight, making appearances on VH1's Love and Hip Hop, and now his own successful reality program!
The Last Unknown
It seems like Discovery+ will never not have something new for us, with The Last Unknown follows a photographer to the most remote and weird places the planet has to offer. It's streaming now on Discovery+!
The biggest tournament in basketball starts tonight! Here's the games to check out:
TX Southern vs. Mt. St. Mary's at 5:10 pm EST
Drake vs. Wichita St. at 6:27 pm EST
App State vs Norfolk St at 8:40 pm EST
UCLA vs Michigan St at 9:57 pm EST
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