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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...



Baroness Von Sketch Show
IFC
Thursdays
10:30 PM ET

Black Mirror
Netflix
Streaming

The Chi
Showtime
Sundays
10 PM ET

The Good Place
NBC
Thursdays
8:30 PM ET

Mosaic
HBO
Nightly
Jan. 22-26

8 PM ET

Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams
Amazon Prime
Streaming

Portlandia
IFC
Thursdays
10 PM ET

Planet Earth: Blue Planet II
BBC America
Saturdays
9 PM ET

Somebody Feed Phil
Netflix
Streaming

Victoria on Masterpiece
PBS
Sundays
9 PM ET
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This Day in TV History

 
 
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Trumbo

Actor Kirk Douglas was recently honored at the Golden Globes and was again applauded for his role in ending the Hollywood Blacklist, hiring then-exiled screenwriter Dalton Trumbo — one of many accused communist-aligned Hollywood writers — to write the screenplay for SpartacusThis 2007 documentary recounts Trumbo’s fall as one of the most renowned writers of his day to spending the next ten years sending scripts from Mexico under pseudonyms. Joan Allen, Liam Neeson and David Strathaim contribute readings and help paint a riveting portrait of a writer committed to his principles and art under the most enormous pressure imaginable. At Amazon for $14. (The 2015 feature about Trumbo starring Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston is here, for $10.–Eric Gould