What To Watch: 04/05/2019

The long, twisting, twisted saga of Rebecca Bunch comes to an end tonight as she chooses Nathaniel, Greg, or original target of her total life uproot, Josh, none, or all — an event followed . There’s also a whole lotta streaming going on, so let’s get to it.

JASON’S PICK:
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend [The CW, 8p]
Here we are, the final act of Rachel Bloom’s four-year musical serial. Rebecca’s lost her faith in butter ads to make her decisions, so she has to decide between her three suitors on her own. Then there’s Paula’s happiness in law, Darryl’s new love with Mindy St. Clare. And stay tuned as the group shows off their singing chops without a net on a stage reproduction of the show’s greatest hits.

BRAD’S PICK:
The Tick [Amazon Prime]
The cult favorite comic is back for a second season (of its third iteration) on Amazon. Gotta respect the resilience of this little series that could. The fan base is loyal and the quality will hook more fans.

FIONA’S PICK:
Fresh Off The Boat [ABC, 8p]
This week Eddie is heading to Taiwan with his cultural exchange program. Jessica and Louis have spent years talking about how difficult it was to find their place in America after moving from Taiwan. Will Eddie finally understand that struggle when he gets separated from the group and is lost in Taiwan without money or language skills?

ALSO ON TAP TONIGHT:

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  • The most CW show that’s not on The CW returns tonight on Netflix as our favorite teenage witch continues to peek into dark places on a second batch of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
  • Wyatt Cenac returns to walking the street to present faux news in his own inimitable (and super-dry) style on HBO’s Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas.
  • In the same vein as Planet Earth and featuring the same legendary host, nonagenarian naturalist David Attenborough, Our Planet is Netflix’s venture into the territory of, well, all of Earth.
  • Action hero Bruce Lee may have died young over 45 years ago, but his words live on in Cinemax’s new crime drama set in 1800’s San Fran Chinatown, Warrior, and the reviews are solid, if not stellar.

 

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