What To Watch: 10/11/2019


Vince Gilligan seems to never want to leave the Bad-iverse, and now along with going backwards to chronicle the rise of Saul Goodman, he looks forward to see just where the f Jesse was going after crashing that El Camino through the gates. Also, the return of a 1980s show with a charmed life, the actual show Charmed, an Oscar winner and a Tony winner team to take on zombies, and RuPaul races cars (wait, is that NOT the premise of the show).



El Camino [Netflix]
Who wasn’t wondering about the fate of Jesse Pinkman after the events of the Breaking Bad finale? Well wonder no more. El Camino has dropped on Netflix! Oh what am I talking about? You aren’t reading this – you’re watching it now.

Little Monsters [Hulu]
Did you ever want to see Lupita Nyongo and Josh Gad team up to save children from zombies? First off, that’s a very specific wish. Second off, you’re in luck as Hulu’s got exactly that, and it’s from the creator of Down Under.

Charmed [The CW, 8p]
Those of us not lucky enough to see the season 2 sneak peak at NYC Comic Con can finally tune in tonight to catch up with Mel, Macy and Maggie. Last season we left the sisters as newly inducted elders. This season we’ll get a taste of what challenges come with the new roles as the charmed ones deal with their shifting identities, or as the industry calls it: re-branding.



  • The picture above gives you a pretty fair notion as to whether you might wish to watch the new Facebook Watch program The Birch, but if you want to know more, click on the title.
  • One of the most polarizing shows (I’m presuming some people like it since it’s made it to a second season), Insatiable, and all the edgy{?!} humor it brings, returns on Netflix.
  • One of the titans of 1980s nighttime soaps returns for a third season of its CW incarnation and Dynasty just feels a near-perfect pairing with 1990s refugee Charmed.
  • RuPaul re-brands his signature show to showcase some British queens with RuPaul’s Drag Race UK on Netflix.
  • We’ll leave you with the funniest thing we’ve seen all week — Aaron Paul’s Jimmy Kimmel guest shot where he recaps his old show’s five seasons — and while you’ve probably seen it too, it still feels fun to post.

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