What To Watch: 07/11/2022

If you know what happened at the end of the first half of season six of one of the most bingeworthy and best written shows on television, well, then you know. If not, catch up as soon as you can. And it’s not the only cool thing dropping tonight on TV and streaming.

Better Call Saul [AMC, 9p]
So, here we are, the endgame. We all want to know what happens to Kim Weixler. Is there a chance she could still somehow be alive in the Gene/Cinnabon era? Should we prepare for the worst. One of the best shows ever on television returns tonight.

For Jojo [Netflix]
In this German take on My Best Friend’s Wedding, a woman tries to sabotage, well, her best friend’s wedding, as the result of feeling abandoned and left behind. (And single.)

The Bachelorette [ABC, 8p]
It’s back with a new twist. Two Bachelorettes! I am really not sure how this is going to work. What if they like the same men? What if they get into some sort of terrible love triangle? Apparently there is a set of twins so maybe that solves the issue? This sounds very chaotic, but I can’t say I’m not intrigued. 

POV [PBS, 10p]
Tonight on the PBS documentary anthology, we take a look at the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically the days on Wuhan when the virus was first discovered. Wuhan Wuhan may not answer a lot of questions, but it will give us some good insight on the earth days of pandemics and how to respond to them.


  • Two out of four Jonases agree, it’s time for a new reality competition. Nick and Frankie (the forgotten Jonas) combine forces for ABC’s Claim to Fame. The premise: Big Brother but for relatives of celebrities. It’s pretty on the nose, but it could also be really funny. You can also catch up on Hulu.
  • As Tracy Jordan (nee Morgan) once said, “live every life as if it were Shark Week.” And while we’re not there yet (it starts July 24), Nat Geo is allowing you to do just that today with so so many shark shows–from Maui Shark Mystery to Sky Sharks.
  • Like the sands of an hourglass, so still goes the Days of Our Lives… still… However, what’s coming out today is the spinoff of sorts, Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem. It’s struttin’ around on Peacock.
  • From the hard-not-to-turn-away-from but worth watching files, it’s the second season return of 40-year-old Nasim Pedrad as awkward 14-year-old boy in Chad. He’s certainly a character and if a longago ad series for TBS tells me anything, they know them.
  • You can never have enough BBQ (well, unless you are a vegetarian). And that goes the same for Food Network shows about BBQ and the latest is the Michael Symon hosted BBQ USA hitting the airwaves tonight.

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