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'Schitt's Creek' Series Finale Leads Tonight's Must-Watch Programs on Television

'Schitt's Creek' Series Finale Leads Tonight's Must-Watch Programs on Television

We can hardly believe that the series finale of Schitt’s Creek is tonight!

The PopTV series will be saying goodbye to their incredible fanbase with the finale, starting at 8pm.

There are also a ton of other programs to check out on Television tonight, April 7.

As we try to flatten the curve by staying at home, Just Jared has gathered up a full list of things on television to watch – including more dramas, and some super funny sitcoms, plus a handful of great movies to view, too.

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…


Schitt’s Creek – 8/7c on PopTV
The series finale of the show sees David stressing out over the rain on his wedding day, but his family makes it right.

Teen Mom – 8/7c on MTV
Gary takes Amber to anger management class after audio is leaked from a dispute; Catelynn visits her psychiatrist after listening to the audio leaks, and Cheyenne decides to start an event planning business.

The Resident – 8/7c on Fox
Just when Derek’s condition seems to be improving, a severe complication arises, causing Kit to fear that he may be the latest victim of Cain’s cover-up. When Cain’s former girlfriend is admitted to the hospital for surgery, the doctors finally get a glimpse into his personal life. Meanwhile, Conrad fills in Marshall on the emergency situation facing the hospital and Mina and The Raptor work on saving the heart of a salsa dancer.

The Connors - 8/7c on ABC
Bev realizes that she likes to use her finances to spread happiness. She decides to fund Mark’s tuition to a coding camp.

The Gene: An Intimate History – 8/7c on PBS
Part One interweaves the present-day story of the Rosens, a young family on an odyssey to find a cure for their four-year old daughter’s rare genetic disease.

Empire - 9/8c on Fox
After witnessing Andre’s breakdown, Cookie and Lucious have him committed to the same treatment facility as Leah and the guilt Cookie feels from Andre’s situation causes her to wonder how different life would be if she had not gone to prison. Meanwhile, Becky struggles with balancing her personal and professional relationships and Hakeem and Maya find themselves in a less-than-ideal situation after a drunken night in Vegas.

Mixed-ish - 9/8c on ABC
Paul and Alicia attempt to deflect Johan’s interest in going to cop camp. Rainbow gets her role as a school safety patrol.

Black-ish – 9:30/8:30 on ABC
Dre and Bow disagree on where to send Devante for preschool. Junior helps Diane and Jack pull a prank.

One Day at a Time – 9:30/8:30c on TVLand
Penelope is propelled to ask Alex about healthy human sexuality and defends herself from Lydia’s criticisms.

For Life – 10/9c on ABC
Aaron defends Cassius Dawkins when he puts white supremacists in the hospital. Marie grapples with her feelings for Aaron.

The Last O.G. – 10:30/9:30c on TBS
After six months of crashing at his mom’s house, Tray leaves the nest in search of a place of his own, but he must first get some sage advice from a wise OG.


The Accountant – 7:30/6:30c on TNT
Independence Day: Resurgence – 7:45/6:45c on FXM
Madea’s Big Happy Family – 8/7c on Lifetime
Hidden Figures – 8/7c on FX
Jumanji – 8/7c on BBC America
Descendants 2 – 8/7c on Disney Channel
Matilda – 9/8c on Freeform
John Wick: Chapter 2 – 9/8c on Syfy

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