What to Watch on Monday: The Neighborhood, Hostile Planet, and Live Rescue
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HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8p.m. on CBS
On the season finale, Calvin (Cedric the Entertainer) and Dave’s (Max Greenfield) trip to a country club tees up a convo about white privilege. Will it drive(r) a wedge between them or will they be on par with each other? If we knew, do you think we wood tell you?
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 10 p.m. on HBO
Based on a true story and her own diaries, Anne Lister wants to refurbish the historic home she inherited. Just one problem: She wants to marry her female lover…oh, and it’s 1832 England. There’s more drama here than in an episode of HGTV’s Love It or List It.
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9 p.m on A&E
Sound the alarm! A&E’s popular Live PD is expanding with Live Rescue, hosted by journalist Ashleigh Banfield, a self-confessed “crazy fan” of the police docuseries. Here, she’s using her 31 years of broadcasting experience to assess and navigate emergency calls to eight cities as they happen. “This is an opportunity to open a window on the brave heroics of first responders around the country as they work in real time. This is like a ride-along on steroids,” Banfield says, “and you’re in the front seat at all times.” No need to call shotgun. —Gerrad Hall
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9 p.m on National Geographic
It’s Earth Day, so why not celebrate by watching the fourth part of this six-episode series titled “Jungles.” Featuring some of Earth’s fiercest species — including jaguars, caimans, lars gibbons, and orangutans — these tropical forests, where survival of the fittest is even more present given the rise of deforestation, are also home to spectral tarsiers, seen in the clip above. Watch as these nocturnal creatures, which have eyes bigger than their brains, try to evade a hungry python by communicating via high-pitched squeaks.
What Else to Watch:
The Fix — ABC
*times are ET and subject to change
The Neighborhood (2018 TV series)