What’s On TV? – Thursday (6/6/19) – Binge on ‘Double Shot at Love,’ WII Documentaries, and More

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TV is a gift that keeps on giving, and we’re doing our due diligence by passing that gift on to perspective audiences. From deep-dive historical docs to breakup mishaps reality TV style. Tonight’s programming will benefit history lovers in particular, as there will be some probing and fascinating documentaries concerning World War II to commemorate the upcoming anniversary of D-Day. 

Pick of the Day

“Double Shot at Love with DJ Pauly D & Vinny (MTV)” at 8pm ET

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Some fan favorites from the infamous “Jersey Shore” are back, and this time they’ve ditched their GTL ways and are looking for committed monogamy. In MTV’s latest season of “Double Shot at Love,” the two friends wine and dine, and occasionally pine after the same woman, in a glamorous mansion filled with single women who are trying to find out if either DJ Pauly D or Vinny will be right or them. But will they find lasting love? Tune in to find out.

What’s New?

“Unspouse My House (HGTV)” at 9:30 pm ET

The title is the perfect hook, but the addicting reality show content will keep audiences watching. Starring Orlando Soria, a “breakup expert” with a host of celebrity clients and a strong following on Instagram, as he prepares new singles for life after a big breakup. Throughout Season One, he will work with clients to make sure that their homes reflect that they are ready to move on.

What’s Returning?

“Mountain Men (HIST)” at 9 pm ET

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Welcome to Season 8 of “Mountain Men,” a riveting, if sometimes haunting, series about what it takes to survive in the North American wilderness, complete with blistering, wintry conditions and all. The first episode will follow Margaret and Morgan as they follow a hectic caribou migration, while Marty places a trapline.

TV Movies / Specials

“The Battle of Normandy: 85 Days in Hell (SMITH)” at 8 pm ET

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Calling all history buffs: the Smithsonian Channel will be airing a riveting new hour-long documentary tonight, on the 75th anniversary of the beginning of the Battle of Normandy. Using upwards of 100 hours of archival footage, including from the battle. The documentary will tell the story of the Allied invasion in Normandy that freed France from Nazi rule. Tune in to the Smithsonian Channel at 8 pm to learn more about the integral WWII battle.

“The Cold Blue (HBO)” at 8 pm ET

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HBO will air a new documentary at 8pm tonight. “The Cold Blue,” directed by Erik Nelson, explores the daily lives of the men who served in the Eighth Air Force. The documentary will incorporate restored footage that the Academy Award-winning director William Wyler took as he was shooting for his 1944 documentary, “The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress.” While flying on combat missions, one of Wyler’s cinematographers was tragically killed.

Movies on TV

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A film from summer 2013, “We’re The Millers” stars Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Anniston, Emma Roberts and Will Poulter in a comedy treat. Sudeikis plays a drug dealer in New York, whose boss (Ed Helms) makes him serve as a drug mule. He figures he must pose as a family man, and as a result, he rounds up a group of local misfits to go to Mexico with him in an RV to pretend to be an all-American family. With strong supporting roles by Kathryn Hahn and Nick Offerman, “We’re The Millers” is a light, summer must-see. Tune in tonight at 6:30 pm ET on the Paramount Network.

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Judd Apatow directed “Trainwreck” (2015), the first, and probably hallmark, Amy Schumer film. Schumer plays a magazine editor cynical about love until she meets sports doctor Aaron Conners (Bill Hader). Featuring John Cena and LeBron James in breakout film roles, the comedy is a memorable movie that showcases the breadth of Schumer’s comedic powers. Watch it tonight at 7:30 pm ET on FXM.

What’s New?

If none of the above pique your interest, no worries. From “Project Runway” gearing up for the finale, home renovations on HGTV, MTV on tattoos, and more, there are plenty of exciting shows to feed your TV cravings. Check out our list below to find out which of your favorite shows have brand new episodes – or to tune into something new.

  • “Life in Pieces (CBS)” at 9:30pm ET
  • “iZombie (CW)” at 8pm ET
  • “In The Dark (CW)” at 9pm ET
  • “Un poquito tuyo (TELMUN)” at 8pm ET
  • “Betty en NY (TELMUN)” at 9pm ET
  • “River Monsters: Legendary Locations (ANIMAL)” at 8pm ET
  • “Project Runway (BRAVO)” at 9pm ET
  • “Overwatch League (DISXD)” at 7pm ET
  • “Alaskan Bush People (DSC)” at 9pm ET
  • “Christina on the Coast (HGTV)” 9pm ET
  • “Murder Chose Me (ID)” at 9pm ET
  • “Little Women: Atlanta (LIFE)” at 8pm ET
  • “How Far is Tattoo Far (MTV)” at 9pm ET
  • “World’s Most Evil Killers (REELZ)” at 8pm ET
  • “I Lived with a Killer (REELZ)” at 9pm ET
  • What on Earth (SCI)” at 9pm ET
  • “Sacrifice (NGC)” at 8pm ET
  • “Wife Swap (SPK)” at 9pm ET
  • “My 600-lb Life (TLC)” at 8pm ET
  • “The Dead Files (TRAVEL)” at 8pm ET
  • “Braxton Family Values (WE)” at 9pm ET

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