By Gerrad Hall
March 15, 2019 at 04:54 PM EDT
Clockwise from top left: Katie Yu/The CW; Aimee Spinks/BBC America; Ron Batzdorff/NBC; Macall B. Polay/HBO

We get it — there are a lot of TV shows out there to watch. Between network, cable, and premium channels, plus streaming platforms including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, CBS All Access, Apple, Facebook Watch, and elsewhere, there are literally hundreds of options. So EW is here to help, guiding you every single day to the things that should be on your radar.

In addition to our daily What to Watch coverage on, getting those recommendations is now as easy as asking your Alexa or Google Home for our picks via our new "Watch This" daily briefing. And even if you don't have a voice-controlled smart-speaker, don't worry — you can also subscribe or follow on Google Play, Spotify, and iTunes.

Listen below for our most recent episode, and keep reading to learn how you can stream "Watch This" via your own smart-speaker or podcast app. <script src=""></script><div class="spokenlayer" data-publication="watch-this" data-variant="mediumLeft" data-iframe="false" data-autoplay="true" data-type="inline" data-share="true" data-sharetheme="coloured"></div>

Amazon Echo

Alexa Flash Briefing

Search for "Watch This" in your Alexa app, enable the flash briefing and then say "Alexa, what's my Flash Briefing?" to your Alexa Device.

Alexa Skill

Simply say "Alexa, open Watch This," "Alexa, what's the latest from Watch This?" or "Alexa, launch Watch This."

Google Home

Google Home Action

Simply say "Okay, Google, talk to Watch This."

Google Narrative News

  • "Okay, Google, open Watch This"
  • "Okay, Google, what's the latest from Watch This?"
  • "Okay, Google, play Watch This"

To subscribe/follow as a podcast:



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