It might be the small screen, but big things are happening on television today!
The show is a brilliant interpretation of a diverse and working class America stuck under the hammer of corporate servitude, and we'll all be sad to see it go.
Paradise City on Prime Video
Paradise City is a spin-off of the 2017 film American Satan about the parallel lives of a rockstar and the child who idolizes him. It stars the late Cameron Boyce, and the first season is available now on Prime Video.
Baketopia on HBO Max
Everyone loves a good cooking show, and now HBO Max is joining the fun with an all new baking competition show, Baketopia, streaming now!
Harry and Meghan's American Dream
It seems like no one can get enough of Harry and Meghan these days, especially after their interview with Oprah. This is the first of two documentaries to come out revolving around the royals, and will be airing tonight at 8pm on The CW.
John Wayne Gacy: Devil in Disguise
The clown killer himself is coming to Peacock, with the first part of six in the new miniseries being released on the platform today.
Serial killer documentaries give us a closer look into some of the sickest minds the world has ever seen, and now we get to look even closer thanks to Peacock.
DOTA: Dragons Blood
It's here. https://t.co/QrGLeYpBEd @netflix @NXOnNetflix https://t.co/guNVn4cz9K— DOTA 2 (@DOTA 2) 1616655623.0
An adaptation of the video game of the same name, Netflix leans even further into the anime pool, sporting a catalogue that makes Crunchyroll blush.
No Demo Reno on HGTV
https://t.co/ltkG5qSqyS— HGTV (@HGTV) 1616675465.0
In her new show, influencer and renovation expert Jennifer Todryk shows how massive home renovation can be possible with no demolition involved. The show premieres tonight at 8pm on HGTV!
Nightwatch on A&E
Premiering its fifth season tonight at 10 on A&E, Nightwatch follows first responders who work the unpredictable 8 pm to 4 am shift.
The Story of Reality TV on E! For Real
The Restaurant on Sundance Now
The Restaurant is a romantic drama that hails from Sweden. Taking place in Stockholm directly after WWII, it shows how one kiss can have devastating consequences. Now, one of the most successful shows in the history of Scandinavia will be finding its home on Sundance Now.
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