Today on TV
Monday, Jan. 27, 2020 | “Pawn Stars” on History Channel.
Saturday, Jan., 25 and Sunday, Jan., 26, 2020 | “Auschwitz Untold” on History Channel.
Friday, Jan., 24, 2020 | “The Ranch” returns to Netflix for Season 8.
Read reviews, essays and cultural commentary from TV Critic Hank Stuever.
  • Review
The Golden Globe-winning actress’s Comedy Central series celebrates a chronic underachiever.
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  • Review
Apple TV Plus’s anthology series tells moving and important stories, but sticks to formatted cheer.
  • Jan 16
Post TV critic Hank Stuever discusses the good, bad and so-bad-it's-good of TV.
  • Jan 16
Thursday, Jan., 23, 2020 | “Station 19” returns for ABC for Season 3.
Wednesday, Jan. 22 | “Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak” streams on Netflix.
  • Review
The Golden Globe-winning actress’s Comedy Central series celebrates a chronic underachiever.
Tuesday, Jan., 21, 2020 | “Project Blue Book” returns on History.
Monday, Jan. 20, 2020 | “Brain Games” on National Geographic.
Saturday Jan., 18 and Sunday Jan., 19, 2020 | 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Friday Jan., 17, 2020 | “Real Time With Bill Maher” returns on HBO.
  • Review
Apple TV Plus’s anthology series tells moving and important stories, but sticks to formatted cheer.
Thursday Jan., 16, 2020 | “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay” premieres on Freeform.
  • Perspective
The game show revered for its manners became just another part of our winner-take-all world.
Wednesday, Jan., 15, 2020 | “68 Whiskey” premieres on Paramount.
Tuesday Jan., 14, 2020 | The Democractic Presidential Debate on CNN.
Monday, Jan. 13, 2020 | “Ackley Bridge” returns for Season 3 on Acorn TV.
  • Review
Filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino’s sequel to his HBO series is lovely to look at — and less divine.
Saturday Jan., 11 and Sunday Jan., 12, 2020 | “Sandition” premieres on PBS.
  • Review
A mostly engaging series takes the author’s ideas and characters and puts them to good use.
Friday Jan., 10, 2020 | “Medical Police” premieres on Netflix.
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