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Welcome to TV We're Watching (yes, another TVWW!), a handy, but by no means comprehensive list of weekly shows we enjoy watching – and that are in rotation right now. And on our DVRs. (Check out the full list -- not all shows are featured in the thumbnails. –TVWW.)

TV WE'RE WATCHING

  
   Visit our TV We're Watching page for these and other shows on our DVRs right now...



The Affair
Showtime
Sundays
9 PM ET

Archer
FXX
Wednesdays
10 PM ET

Brockmire
IFC
Wednesdays
10 PM ET

Condor
Audience Network
Wednesdays
10 PM ET

Dietland
AMC
Mondays
9 PM ET

The Handmaid's Tale
Hulu
Wednesdays
12 AM ET

HUMANS
AMC
Tuesdays
10 PM ET

Real Time with Bill Maher
HBO
Fridays
10 PM ET

Strange Angel
CBS All Access
Streaming


Westworld
HBO
Sundays
9 PM ET
 
 
2018
Jun
17
 
 
Tonight’s new episode is the penultimate one of Season 2, and spends some time outside of the increasingly bloody theme parks. Specifically, it flashes back in the life of the Man in Black, the Ed Harris character, to a time when he was more like the Man in Black Tux – and when his wife, played by the always impressive Sela Ward, was still alive.
 
 
 
  
 
 
2018
Jun
17
 
 
SEASON PREMIERE: It’s Season 4, and the principal characters of this Rashomon-style love story continue to intersect and interact. It’s no longer a love triangle, or even a pentagon, and new sides are being added all the time. But as the new season begins, a year has passed in the show’s narrative, and things are notably different. Alison (Ruth Wilson) has remained in New York, as a crisis counselor. Noah (Dominic West), with whom she had one of this show’s titular affair
 
 
 
  
 
 
2018
Jun
17
 
 
I wrote this last week, but it still applies: There may never be a slow news week again. But in the meantime, on many weeks such as this one, at least we have John Oliver to make sense of it all. And nonsense, too.
 
 
 
  
 
 
2018
Jun
15
 
 
SEASON PREMIERE: Last season, Billy Bob Thornton won his big case, besting the Goliath of an opponent in this new courtroom series from David E. Kelley. For Season 2, Thornton returns as William McBride, who hasn’t exactly been spoiled, or improved a lot, by his in-court victory. The best news: Still at his side for this new season is his feisty assistant, played so winningly by Nina Arianda (pictured, with Thornton). For a full review, see David Hinckley's All Along the Watchtower. 
 
 
 
  
 
 
2018
Jun
15
 
 
SEASON PREMIERE: Three episodes of this show’s fourth and final season are shown tonight, as 12 Monkeys returns to finish up its time-traveling story line. Many series, when they’re starting a new season, jump ahead in time. This series, by contrast, jumps backward, as do its characters: to the 1960s, to WWII, and all the way back to medieval times (pictured).
 
 
 
  
 
 
2018
Jun
15
 
 
Among Maher’s guests this week are two people with very different styles, and styles of talking: George Will and Billy Eichner.
 
 
 
  
 
 
2018
Jun
15
 
 
Among tonight’s guest is Usain Bolt, widely celebrated as the fastest man alive. For maximum irony, record this episode, then watch it on fast forward.
 
 
 
  
 
 
2018
Jun
14
 
 
SERIES PREMIERE: This new drama series premieres today on CBS All Access, providing a fact-based look at the very weird life of Jack Parsons (played by Jack Reynor), who in the years before WWII pursued both experiments in rocketry and an enthusiasm for a very out-of-the-mainstream religious cult. Bella Heathcote co-stars as Jack’s wealthy, sometimes too supportive spouse. For a full review, see David Hinckley’s All Along the Watchtower.
 
 
 
  
 
 
2018
Jun
13
 
 
This is episode two of this new TV adaptation of 3 Days of the Condor, the 1975 movie starring Robert Redford as a CIA research analyst who is the only survivor of a mysterious hit on his CIA field office in Georgetown. Max Irons has the starring role here, and co-stars – an impressive crew – include William Hurt, Brendan Fraser, Bob Balaban, and Mira Sorvino, playing characters who, except for Hurt’s, can’t really be fully trusted. Or, in some cases, even partly.
 
 
 
  
 
 
2018
Jun
13
 
 
The summit with North Korea ended just in time for Samantha Bee to comment on it in tonight’s new show. Some free advice to Bee (or not to Bee): choose your words carefully. Especially your epithets.
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
AT&T
 
 

This Day in TV History

 
 
TV WWorth Buying
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The Crown: Season One Box Set

It’s the royal wedding season after all, so grab your top hat or fascinator and join in this popular Netflix original chronicling the life of Queen Elizabeth II (Claire Foy) from her ascension to the throne at the age of 25 to modern times. With her reign at 66 years and counting, there’s a lot of territory to cover, and four seasons are planned. On sale at Amazon for $17. Remember, no smiling and wave only with the wrist. –Eric Gould