Here’s What to Watch Today

Did you know Americans watch the most TV? Of course, we do – with like 300 different networks and streaming services producing so many original shows it’d literally be impossible to find enough time to watch all of ’em.
But we’re gonna try. According to a study, people in North America watch more TV than anyone else in the world. We watch an average of four hours and three minutes a day, which is WELL above the worldwide average of just under three hours.

The study also found that American TV shows are the most popular worldwide. British shows are second. You can celebrate our achievement with some great new television.


New TV:

Thursday, March 24, 2022


  • The “NCAA March Madness” Sweet 16 games begin today on CBS, TruTV and TNT.  (Full Schedule)


  • The series premiere of “Halo” on Paramount Plus.  Pablo Schreiber from “Orange Is the New Black” is Master Chief, a super-soldier created to help humanity fight a war against lizard-like creatures called the Covenant.  Natascha McElhone plays his creator Dr. Halsey, and the actress who voices Cortana in the video games, Jen Taylor, returns as her for the live-action series.  (Trailer)


  • The third season premiere of “Atlanta” at 10:00 p.m. on FX.


  • The fourth season finale of “Grown-ish” at 10:00 p.m. on Freeform.


  • The first season finale of “Our Flag Means Death” on HBO Max.


  • The second season premiere of “Starstruck” on HBO Max. (Trailer)


  • The series premiere of “WWE Evil” on Peacock.  An eight-part docuseries about the greatest villains in WWE history: Hulk Hogan, The Miz, “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, Sasha Banks, Roman Reigns, “Billionaire Princess” Stephanie McMahon, “The Viper” Randy Orton and the “Brothers of Destruction”, Kane and the Undertaker.  (Trailer)


  • The series premiere of “One Perfect Shot” on HBO Max.  “Selma” director Ava Duvernay hosts a documentary series where six filmmakers share their stories about how they created iconic shots for their movies.  (Trailer)


Tonight’s Late-Night Talk Shows:

  • “Jimmy Fallon”– Ethan Hawke, Jim Jeffries, and Yard Act.
  • “Jimmy Kimmel”– Gwen Stefani, Jude Hill, and Wilderado.
  • “Stephen Colbert”– Sandra Bullock, and Billy Strings.  (Repeat)
  • “James Corden”– Ike Barinholtz, Chloe Kim, and Parcels.  (Repeat)
  • “Seth Meyers”– Amy Poehler, and Jeffrey Wright.  (Repeat)