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What We're Watching For Tuesday, October 6th

What We're Watching For Tuesday, October 6th

Let the Halloween fun begin! Lots of spooky shows start dropping today, from a new Scooby Doo movie to new, haunted films on Prime Video. There are also reality show returns, brand new fall premieres and even a new documentary about the man who gifted the world with Lin-Manuel Miranda. Here's your Tuesday binge list...

Swamp Thing on the CW

The show based on the DC comic was cancelled by the (now defunct) streaming service DC Universe. But, its parent company Warner Brothers is now re-releasing the show on the CW network. Check out our new interview with star, Ian Ziering at the top of this page.

Siempre, Luis

When Luis A. Miranda Jr. left Puerto Rico for New York City in the 1970s, he had big dreams, but little did he know how far he'd go.
Siempre, Luis follows Miranda over the course of a year as his devotion to family and country propels his insatiable appetite for empowering his fellow Latinos. With humor and heart, the documentary dives into Miranda's campaign to mitigate the devastation of Hurricane Maria in his homeland by tirelessly organizing relief efforts and managing the logistics behind bringing his son Lin-Manuel Miranda's award-winning production of Hamilton to the island.

Don't Be Tardy on Bravo

The Biermanns are all piling into an RV and hitting the road for a 6-week trip around the country. What could possibly go wrong?!

Ellen's Game of Games on NBC

Ellen's Game of Games returns for Season 4 with even more unpredictable twists and new never-before-seen games.

Next on FOX

NEXT is a new thriller about the emergence of a deadly, rogue Artificial Intelligence, a series that asks us to look closely not only at our relationship to technology, but to one another.

Mulan on Digital

If you didn't want to shell out big bucks to watch this live-action remake of Mulanon Disney+ Premium, now you can rent it for a few less bucks on all your other digital platforms.

Delirious: Official Director's Cut on Digital

Tom DiCillo's long awaited Director's Cut of his celebrated award winning indie comedy starring Steve Buscemi and Michael Pitt. Now on all major digital platforms to rent / buy.

Les (Steve Buscemi) is a small-time paparazzi with dreams of making it big. His luck changes for the better when he befriends a young homeless kid, Toby (Michael Pitt), and makes him his assistant. The two form an unlikely bond as they dash through the glitter and glam of NYC's celebrity scene but when Toby falls for a pop diva and becomes a reality TV star, Les takes the rejection personally. The never-before-seen Director's Cut features bonus and behind-the-scenes content including a new filmed introduction by director Tom DiCillo detailing the motivation behind his 12-year search for the film.

The film also stars Alison Lohman (Drag Me to Hell), Gina Gershon (Face/Off), Callie Thorne (Rescue Me), Kevin Corrigan (Pineapple Express), Melissa Rauch (The Big Bang Theory) Kristen Schaal (Bill & Ted Face the Music) and Richard Short (Public Enemies) with special appearances by Elvis Costello and David Wain.

Pardi Time on CMT

Shot, directed, and hosted by country singer Jon Pardi (with help from CMT), this is an 8-episode digital-variety series of all things, and all sides, Jon Pardi.

16 and Pregnant on MTV

Meet Madisen. Raised by her single dad in small-town Arkansas, she's an outspoken high school cheerleader dating football player Christian. She's 16 years old… and she's pregnant. Catch her on the premiere of '16 and Pregnant' Tuesday, October 6th on MTV.

American Pie: Girls' Rules on Digital

Every generation needs a raunchy, teen comedy...apparently.

Blackbox on Prime Video

Directed by Emmanuel Osei-Kuffour Jr. (Born With It) and script by Osei-Kuffour Jr. and Stephen Herman, Black Box stars Mamoudou Athie (Jurassic World 3, The Circle), Phylicia Rashad (Creed), Amanda Christine (Colony), Tosin Morohunfola (The Chi, The 24th), Charmaine Bingwa (Trees of Peace, Little Sista), and Troy James (The Flash, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark). After losing his wife and his memory in a car accident, a single father undergoes an agonizing experimental treatment that causes him to question who he really is.

Happy Halloween Scooby Doo on Digital

Check out all the new Halloween movies dropping this week, including the new animated film: Happy Halloween Scooby Doo! and all the new scary movies (Welcome to Blumhouse) debuting on Prime Video.

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