By EW Staff
February 21, 2020 at 06:00 AM EST
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HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Amazon Prime Video

Series Debut
When it comes to Hunters, the new Amazon series about a band of vigilantes in the ’70s tracking down and killing Nazis, the names Jordan Peele and Al Pacino have, understandably, been floated a ton. After all, Amazon needs to market the show and the director of Get Out and the star of The Godfather will take you a long way, especially when the former produced the show and the latter stars in it. But Hunters is very much the brainchild of executive producer David Weil. If you can believe it, something as brutal as Pacino killing a Nazi by way of dart-through-the-eye-socket is Weil’s tribute to his grandmother, a Holocaust survivor. As a boy, he remembers listening to stories about Hitler from her and the only way he, being just a boy, could understand them was by putting them into a childlike context: “I saw those stories as comic book stories, stories of grand good versus grand evil.” Hunters is very much that. Learning that Nazis were not fully eradicated after World War II and instead have been operating in secret out of America, Pacino’s Meyer Offerman assembles a team in 1977 New York to find the surviving scum and rip them out by the roots. That may or may not involve turning a Nazi’s home shower into their own personal gas chamber. They are Nazis. And as many of the characters learn the hard way, you can’t negotiate with Nazis. —Nick Romano

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Fresh Off the Boat


Series Finale
After making history for six seasons as the first network show in over 20 years to center on an Asian-American family, the Huangs are saying goodbye with a two-part series finale. The action kicks off with Louis (Randall Park) and Jessica (Constance Wu) dealing with the emotional loss of their family van, while the second half-hour, which was directed by Park, finds Jessica struggling with her sons’ visions of their own future. A tough-to-satisfy mom until the end! —Derek Lawrence

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What Else to Watch

Gentefied (series debut) — Netflix
Babies (docuseries debut) — Netflix
The Last Thing He Wanted (movie) — Netflix
Diary of a Future PresidentDisney+
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (season premiere) — Disney+
The Night Clerk (movie) — Digital/VOD
Standing Up, Falling Down (movie) — Digital/VOD
Harley Quinn (season finale) — DC Universe

8 p.m.
CharmedThe CW
Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone CollectorNBC

10 p.m.
Haunting in the Heartland (series debut) — Travel Channel


Whitmer Thomas: The Golden One


Newcomer Whitmer Thomas delivers a hybrid stand-up special that takes him back to his hometown venue, the Flora-Bama in Pensacola, Fla. — the same venue his mother would regularly perform at as part of twin sister ’80s rock duo Syntwister. Through stand-up, musical performance, and documentary footage, Thomas unravels the story of his unique childhood at the Gulf Shore. The jokes are funny, the songs slap, and the scenes with his family are all tearjerkers. —Marcus Jones

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What Else to Watch

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Seven Worlds, One PlanetBBC America, AMC, IFC, Sundance TV

10:30 a.m.
ThunderCats Roar (series debut) — Cartoon Network

7 p.m.
American Ninja Warrior Junior (season premiere) — Universal Kids

8 p.m.
Almost Family (two-hour season finale) — Fox
51st NAACP Image AwardsBET
Say Yes to the Dress AmericaTLC

9 p.m.
Love in StoreHallmark




In honor of the milestone 100th episode, when Mister Mxyzptlk returns with a new face (now played by Thomas Lennon), Supergirl hosts its own version of It’s a Wonderful Life titled “It’s a Super Life.” Kara (Melissa Benoist) gets to troubleshoot all the different points in time where she had the opportunity to tell Lena (Katie McGrath) her secret and see all the alternate outcomes to figure out if she made the right call keeping her double identity from her former BFF. The event episode also features Jeremy Jordan’s final appearance in his three-episode return arc. “The Winn that I’m playing in the 100th episode is a weird hybrid of old Winn mixed with if the old Winn had stuck around and become a version of a new Winn that we see,” Jordan tells EW. “It was a little bit different. I’m in the Legion suit so it’s not exactly old Winn. It’s getting glimpses here and there of what could have been.” —Sydney Bucksbaum

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Better Call Saul


Season Premiere
Sixteen months was an awful long time to wait for a lawyer, but then again, Jimmy McGill is no ordinary lawyer. In fact, he’s kind of Saul Goodman now. AMC’s Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul returns to the air to reveal what happens when Jimmy changes his professional name and begins practicing a different and more dangerous kind of law. Talented lawyer Kim Wexler, his girlfriend, may have a few thoughts on his evolution. How will season 5 stack up against the previous seasons? “It is the tensest,” Rhea Seehorn, who plays Kim, tells EW. “It’s the funniest. It’s the most tragic. It’s the most complex. Deep, deep, deep character explorations.” We already know that Jimmy’s in too deep. Will Kim follow him down? Bring on season 5. —Dan Snierson

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What Else to Watch

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Sanditon (season finale / full season available to stream) — PBS / MASTERPIECE Prime Video Channel

8 p.m.
American IdolABC
BatwomanThe CW
Doctor WhoBBC America
God Friended MeCBS
The Real Housewives of AtlantaBravo
The SimpsonsFox
90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days (season premiere) — TLC

8:30 p.m.

9 p.m.
Bob’s BurgersFox
Extreme Makeover: Home EditionHGTV
Homeland Showtime
Zoey’s Extraordinary PlaylistNBC
The OutsiderHBO
The Walking Dead (winter premiere) — AMC

9:30 p.m.
Family GuyFox

10 p.m.
The Rookie (midseason prem) — ABC
Avenue 5HBO
Good GirlsNBC
Kidding (back-to-back episodes) — Showtime
NCIS: New Orleans CBS
Forensic Files II (back-to-back ep season premiere) — HLN

10:30 p.m.
Curb Your EnthusiasmHBO

*times are ET and subject to change