‘Black Panther’, ‘Bob Hearts Abishola’ & More Things To Watch on TV For April 6

There are so many things to watch on television tonight!

Since we’re stuck insisde with many stay at home orders due to coronavirus, there are actually a lot of pretty good programs to tune into for Monday, April 6.

Black Panther is on, plus new episodes of some of our favorite sitcoms, and of course, another big night on The Voice are here to entertain you.

Don’t have cable? We have a list of everything streaming on Netflix for the month!

Click inside to see the best TV shows and movies to watch tonight…

Love & Hip Hop Atlanta – 8/7c on Vh1
Akbar goes to war with LightSkinKeisha over her throne as queen of Atlanta. Meanwhile, Scrappy and Bambi seek peace for their family, but their moms have other plans in mind. And Newbie Kiyomi Leslie is on the scene.

The Voice – 8/7c on NBC
The “Battle Rounds” conclude as the coaches enlist music industry powerhouses Jonas Brothers (Team Nick), Dua Lipa (Team Kelly), Ella Mai (Team Legend) and Bebe Rexha (Team Blake) to prepare their artists to go head to head in the hopes of advancing to the “Knockout Rounds.”

WWE Monday Night Raw – 8/7c on USA

The Neighborhood – 8/7c on USA
When Tina receives unexpected news, Calvin, Dave and Gemma encourage her to embrace a new chapter by taking a big leap of faith – literally – by learning to skydive. Also, Marty helps Grover create a “battle bot” for a school science competition.

Bob Hearts Abishola – 8:30/7:30 on CBS
Abishola must draw the line when Bob’s ex-wife, Lorraine, tries to maneuver her way back into Bob’s life. Also, Goodwin is concerned when Christina sets her romantic sights on Kofo.

All Rise – 9/8c on CBS
Emily’s composure nosedives when she defends a young man charged with felony domestic violence. Lola causes a rift with Mark when she reprimands his girlfriend for grandstanding in the courtroom.

Better Call Saul – 9/8c on AMC
When a simple errand for a client goes sideways, Jimmy is pushed to the limit. Mike takes measures to contain the wrath of the cartel, and Lalo gets an unexpected visitor.

Home Town – 9/8c on HGTV
A woman inherits her mom’s house after she passes away, but it’s too small for her growing family. Ben and Erin come up with an ambitious plan to double the size of the house, adding a master suite and two additional bedrooms upstairs.

Roswell, New Mexico – 9/8c on The CW
On the verge of a breakthrough in her quest to save Max, Liz turns to Kyle for one last favor that could potentially land him in hot water. Meanwhile, Michael and Alex’s investigation into Nora leads them to a farm, where they meet a historian named Forrest. Elsewhere, Cameron confronts Jesse Manes about her sister’s whereabouts, and Isobel uses her powers for good.

Spring Baking Championship – 9/8c on Food Network
The seven bakers create tiny Troll treats in celebration of the Trolls film.

The Plot Against America – 9/8c on HBO
Evelyn and Bengelsdorf receive an invitation from Mrs. Lindbergh to a state dinner for Nazi Germany’s foreign minister, as Evelyn makes Sandy the face of the youth assimilation program. Back from war, Alvin takes a job at his uncle’s warehouse. Philip is traumatized by a death in the neighborhood.

Beyond the Unknown – 10/9c on Travel Channel
Don Wildman recounts a scientist’s search for the long-lost city of Atlantis, investigates a bizarre animal attack that inspired one of the scariest movies of all time and inspects a set of cryptic instruments

Breeders – 10/9c on FX
It’s half term and Luke is responsible for taking Lenny the class bear on an adventure. Lenny has been to Italy, Peru and beyond, but Paul can’t even manage to get the family and the godforsaken bear out of the house to the local park.

Bull– 10/9c on CBS
Bull faces the unknown in court when TAC represents a train engineer with no memory of the fatal crash he allegedly caused, due to a brain injury he sustained in the collision. Knowing his client’s missing memory will help the prosecution’s allegation of human error, Bull searches for jurors who will place shared blame at the feet of the engineer’s corporate employer.

Manifest – 10/9c on NBC
Michaela and Ben put everything on the line to attempt a daring rescue. As the final hours of Zeke’s life approach, Saanvi and Vance make a last ditch effort to appeal to the Major, who may be the only person who can save him from his Death Date.


Black Panther – 7:45/6:45c on TNT
Fantastic Four (2015) – 7:45/6:45c on FXM
Pitch Perfect 3 – 8/7c on FX
A League of Their Own – 8/7c on BBC America
Royal Matchmaker – 8/7c on Hallmark
Grown Ups – 8:30/7:30c on Freeform
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters – 9/8c on Syfy

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