Here's what's happening in the world of television for Tuesday, September 14th. All times are Eastern.
Impeachment: American Crime Story (FX, 10 p.m.): The anthology series
Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father (Netflix, 3:01 a.m.): If you haven't noticed, a lot of shows about men are about their fathers, e as literally any episode of Ted Lasso would demonstrate . But very rarely does a show say the quiet part out loud. Comedian Jack Whitehall ( Good Omens ) breaks this pattern by talking directly with his father as they travel abroad, talking about his emotional pain and frustrations with his dad. While his dad doesn't always seem to know how to respond (he refuses a hug in the trailer!), watching Whitehall at least start the conversation is wholly cathartic. The fifth season drops tonight; if you're scrambling to catch up, the previous installments are all of manageable length.
- Next ‘American Crime Story’ is Clinton’s impeachment
- Lewinsky scandal retold in American Crime Story
- Trump Ally Lindsey Graham Once Said President Could Be Impeached for Not Complying with Congressional Oversight
- NBC's ‘Dateline’ feeds public's hunger for true-crime stories
- The True-Crime Story That Harper Lee Tried and Failed to Write
- POLITICO Playbook: What Trump might not get about impeachment
- Ricky Martin gets VH1 reality series
- Lewinsky to co-produce Clinton impeachment drama
- Today's Congress can learn from the Nixon impeachment inquiry
- If the House Won’t Vote, Impeachment Inquiry Is Just a Democratic Stunt
- How Can We Impeach Thee? Let Us Count the Ways
- Webb: SCOTUS could be Democrats' nightmare on impeachment
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