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What We're Watching For Tuesday, September 29th

What We're Watching For Tuesday, September 29th

From the #PresidentialDebate to #SweetHomeSextuplets. Here's everything new to watch today.

Tonight is all about politics. The presidential candidates are going head to head for their first televised debate. With just 36 days to go until election day, be sure to register to vote now!

The First Presidential Debate 

Fox News anchor, Chris Wallace, will serve as the moderator. Stay informed and be up on all the issues before the election on November 3rd.

Sweet Home Sextuplets on TLC

11 people. 1 trailer. 1 pandemic. You do the math. See how (or if) they survive, starting tonight on TLC.

The Weakest Link on NBC

Move over British lady from the early 2000's, the hit game show is back, this time with a new host; Jane Lynch. Will she still use the catch phrase: "you are the weakest link...(dramatic pause)...goodbye!" ???

True Colors on Peacock

True Colors tells the stories of Hispanic trailblazers and thought leaders in various fields, including Alex Rodríguez, John Leguizamo, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Mario Lopez, Ellen Ochoa, Laurie Hernandez, Lele Pons and Ángela Aguilar. Presented in English, and developed in partnership with Telemundo, the series allows all audiences the opportunity to experience the reality and celebrate the richness and beauty of Hispanic culture. The series will feature episodes weekly and premieres exclusively on Peacock September 29 with a spotlight on Alex Rodríguez, the famed baseball player and entrepreneur.

Love Island on CBS

An island of love sounds pretty great right about now. This is the second to last episode, look for the finale on Wednesday.

Little People, Big World on TLC

The popular reality show returns tonight to TLC with all new episodes.

Michelle Buteau on Netflix

Michelle Buteau, the scene stealing queen of Netflix, delivers the night out we all need right now in her uproariously funny new special, Welcome to Buteaupia. Letting loose with a goblet of frosé in hand, she delivers a dynamic hour of comedy that delves into parenthood, cultural difference, and the overlooked value of short men. Her refreshingly honest approach reminds us to appreciate government workers named Otis and, most importantly, that character counts.

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