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What to Watch Today, April 20th

Looking for shows? Look no further! If you're into reality TV, you're in luck, because we've got a lot of it with today's premieres. Let's get into it!

Cruel Summer

The first two episodes of the Freeform drama series are airing tonight at 9 pm. We'll be covering it later on our show, but in short, each episode follows a different single day. These days are in 1993, 1994, and 1995, and concern the same kidnapping incident.

This is a very intriguing timeline to follow, and not an easy one to pull off, and we can't wait to see how Olivia Holt and crew did it!

Deadliest Catch

A longstanding staple of the Discovery Channel's rotation is back in action for a 17th season tonight at 8!

You'd be absolutely shocked at how much drama can result from people wanting king crab meat. These people risk life and limb to bring you that 2 for 1 special at Red Lobster.

Undercover Billionaire

Three successful venture capitalists are dropped in a random city with $100. They have 90 days to build a business worth $1 million. It had a very successful first season, and now it's on Discovery+ for your binging related needs.

New episodes start premiering next week on the main channel too!

Chopped 420

If you had told me, even a week ago, that Discovery would be launching a marijuana themed version of Chopped, starring Ron Funches, and that you weren't kidding, I probably would have kissed you right on the mouth. God bless the streaming wars.

Storage Wars

Just when you thought we were done with reality TV, A&E slapped us right across the face with a brand new season of Storage Wars. I might never leave my TV again.


So you're telling me you read that tweet and you need more? No. Go turn on Hulu.

Queen Sugar

The fifth season of OWN and Hulu's thrilling drama Queen Sugar comes to a close tonight at 8!

The Blended Bunch

TLC is back with the sixth episode of their new show The Blended Bunch, about a widow and widower who got married and have a combined 11 children. Hats off to them, because I wouldn't even remember all their names.

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