What’s New on TV | March 16-22

 In What To Watch

Charles Lindbergh is president. Jeanine Mason dates an alien. Witches fight terrorism. Here’s what’s new this week on TV!


Monday, March 16

The Plot Against America

A fictional American history focused on President Charles Lindbergh’s America during World War II.

Drama | HBO | 9pm | Miniseries


Roswell, New Mexico

Liz Ortecho returns to her hometown of Roswell and reconnects with her dreamy high school crush-turned-cop,  Max. Plot twist: Max is secretly an alien.

Drama | CW | 9pm


Tuesday, March 17

Niall Ferguson’s Networld

Niall Ferguson takes a deep dive into the effect of social media and technology on the spread of cultural movements, and how it compares to historical, pre-web movements.

Documentary | PBS | 8pm | New



Sharp and sarcastic host Daniel Tosh gives us his perspective on weird memes and internet phenomena.

Comedy | Comedy Central | 10pm


Wednesday, March 18


Hank Azaria and Amanda Peet co-star in this viral short video-turned-TV series. Fallen-from-grace MLB announcer (Azaria) gets back behind the mic in a broken-down rust belt town to cover the minor league’s Morristown Frackers in an attempt to redeem his reputation and reclaim his career. Good luck with that. 

Comedy | IFC | 10pm | Season 4


Little Fires Everywhere

A miniseries adaptation of the Celeste Ng bestseller of the same name, Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington star in a story about a picture-perfect family with big problems.

Drama | Hulu | Miniseries


Motherland: Fort Salem

Three young witches defend the country against terrorism.

Drama | Freeform | 9pm


Thursday, March 19

Feel Good

Co-creator and star Mae Martin and her best girlfriend fall in love in what Netflix calls a witty, touching series that draws on Martin’s own real life experiences.

Comedy | Netflix | New



Friday, March 20

Big Time Adolescence

A strait-laced teen idolizes a drug-dealing college dropout. This Sundance Film Festival official selection is simultaneously enjoying a limited run in theaters.

Comedy | Hulu | Movie


Blow the Man Down

Mary Beth & Priscilla delve deep into the underbelly of their small Maine fishing village to cover up a gruesome crime, and uncover the town matriarchs’ darkest secret.

Drama/Comedy/Thriller | Prime Video | Movie


Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker

From washerwoman to hair care empress, this is the story of Madam C.J. Walker, the first African American self-made millionaire.

Drama | Netflix | Miniseries



Sunday, March 22

Postponed: 2020 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards

“The Kids’ Choice Awards scheduled for March 22, 2020, in Los Angeles is being postponed in consideration of the safety and well-being of every person involved with the show, which is our top priority. We will have further information about a new date in the future,” Nickelodeon said in a statement.

Special | Nickelodeon | 7:30pm



We’ll see you for next week’s shows! In the meantime, here is our newest blog on the TiVo Stream 4K:  Everything you need to know about the TiVo Stream 4K.


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