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Series Debut

Dating shows have proven that love is blind, and that a singular rose is a perfect way to ask someone a second date. This new series, like those other shows, features lots of singles too—they’re five couples who recently split and are hitting the London dating scene … and they’re all made to live in the same apartment building and become neighbors with their exes. At the end of each week, they have to report back to their ex and watch footage from each others dates. From there, they have to determine whether the single life suits them well, or if they’re actually better together. Roses not included. —Gerrad Hall

a drawing of a cartoon character: What to Watch on Thursday: HBO Max gets into the dating show game with the new original series 'Singletown.'

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What to Watch on Thursday: HBO Max gets into the dating show game with the new original series ‘Singletown.’

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HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Netflix

If E.T. was able to phone home, that means some alien somewhere answered the call, right? This documentary centers on John Shepherd, who spent 30 years trying to make contact with space beings, engineering an elaborate device to transmit music millions of miles into the universe, hoping to make a connection. Think The Pixies’ “Motorway to Roswell” or Katy Perry’s “E.T.” was on the playlist? —GH

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8 p.m.

Big Brother — CBS

Double Shot at Love with DJ Pauly D & Vinny — MTV

Cannonball — USA

9 p.m.

The Real Housewives of New York City — Bravo

Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition — WE tv

10 p.m.

2020 Democratic National Convention — ABC/CBS/NBC

Tacoma: TD — truTV


The Oprah Conversation — Apple TV+

HA Comedy Festival: The Art of Comedy — HBO Max

Rose Matafeo: Horn Dog — HBO Max

Beth Stelling: Girl Daddy — HBO Max

James Veitch: Straight to VHS — HBO Max

The Fungies (series debut) — HBO Max

*times are ET and subject to change

Gallery: 19 TV shows that found a second wind after they ended (INSIDER)

Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry posing for a photo: These TV shows found new life after they ended, whether by cancellation or not. "Friends" was one of the most popular shows on Netflix in 2018 — more than 20 years after it premiered.The strong DVD sales of "Firefly" led to a follow-up film.Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.Whether they ran for several successful seasons or were canceled after one, these TV shows found a second wind and renewed popularity after they ended. For example, even though it's been off the air for 16 years, "Friends" is more popular than ever.Here are 19 shows that found renewed popularity after their end.Read the original article on Insider

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