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What We're Watching For Wednesday, October 21st

What We're Watching For Wednesday, October 21st
Rebecca | Official Trailer | Netflix

How to stream Lily James and Armie Hammer's new movie.

I hope you took my advice and early voted yesterday, cuz today is a big 'sit on the couch', TV watching kind of night. We've got big network TV premieres, a big Netflix movie release, two big music award shows and a new season of David Letterman! Pop that popcorn, here's your hump day binge list...

Rebecca on Netflix

Back in 1941 the Oscar for Best Picture went to Alfred Hitchcock's film: Rebecca. Based on the best-selling, gothic novel by Daphne du Maurier, it starred Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine. Now, the film has been remade for a new generation with two of today's biggest stars: Lily James and Armie Hammer.

It's a perfect movie for the Halloween season, because it's a ghost story. But it's not a horror film. The title character, Rebecca, is Armie's dead first wife. After Armie gets re-married, to Lily, and brings her home...Lily is then haunted and tormented by Rebecca.

The film co-stars Oscar-nominee Kristin Scott Thomas and Emmy-winner Ann Dowd (Aunt Lydia from A Handmaid's Tale).

Be sure to tune in to Advocate Channel this weekend, for our brand new interviews with Lily, Armie, Kiristin and Ann.

The Goldbergs, The Conners, Black-Ish on ABC

Tonight some of our favorite family comedies return to ABC with new episodes! The Goldbergs, The Conners and Black-Ish are all back for new seasons of their hit sitcoms. Check out the video above, which includes our brand new interview with Hayley Orrantia from the Goldbergs. She gives us a sneak preview of what's to come.

CMT Music Awards on CMT

The "2020 CMT Music Awards," country music's only entirely fan-voted award show, will celebrate music's biggest stars and bring Nashville's one-of-a-kind energy to music fans across the globe through epic outdoor performances in and around Music City. Hosted by Ashley McBryde, Kane Brown and Sarah Hyland, the 2020 CMT Music awards air tonight, Wednesday, October 21st at 8PM ET/7PM CT on CMT with simulcasts on MTV, MTV2, Logo, Paramount Network, Pop and TV Land.

Ashley McBryde

Kane Brown
Sarah Hyland


Ashley McBryde

Dan + Shay

Gabby Barrett

Jimmie Allen + Noah Cyrus

Kane Brown

Kelsea Ballerini + Halsey

Little Big Town

Luke Bryan

Luke Combs + Brooks & Dunn

Maren Morris

Morgan Wallen

Sam Hunt

Shania Twain

Billboard Latin Music Awards on Telemundo

The 2020 Billboard Latin Music Awards, the most prestigious and longest-running award show in Latin music, will be broadcast live on Wednesday, October 21 from the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida.
The coveted music special, which was originally set for April from Las Vegas and was postponed due to the pandemic, will kick-off at 7pm/6c with the glamorous red carpet pre-show followed at 8pm/7c by the three-hour awards show featuring live performances by today's top Latin artists to honor the most popular albums, songs and performers in Latin music.

This year's show will feature five distinct stages to accommodate the multiple live performances and featuring digital experiences to bring fans directly into the action.

The BLMAs will celebrate Latin music's finest, and honor this year's finalists, which include Bad Bunny, Ozuna, Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Karol G, Christian Nodal, Banda MS, Rosalía, Luis Fonsi and Romeo Santos, among others.

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction on Netflix

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman is back for season three with more in-depth conversations. For the four-episode third season of the Netflix series David Letterman will welcome Kim Kardashian West, Robert Downey Jr., Dave Chappelle and Lizzo for in-depth conversations, combining humor and curiosity.

All four episodes of the Netflix talk show series will be streaming on Netflix beginning October 21, 2020.

537 Votes on HBO

The election was lost in many different places, but stolen in Miami. 537 Votes premieres Oct 21 on HBO and HBO Max.

Nature on PBS

From Australia to Africa to the Alps, Nature's 39th season travels the globe to film never-before-seen animal behavior alongside crucial conservation stories of at-risk species.

NATURE's new season kicks off on October 21 at 8/7c with Pandas: Born to be Wild and continues through the spring of 2021 with an exciting new lineup of films.

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