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Earth Day Programming, 'Schooled' & 'SWAT' Lead Must Watch TV on April 22

Earth Day Programming, 'Schooled' & 'SWAT' Lead Must Watch TV on April 22

Happy Earth Day!

Television is celebrating the day with a ton of programming dedicated to conservation and awareness of our world.

On top of many Earth Day programs – including an airing of Born in China – you can also catch brand new episodes of Schooled, S.W.A.T., Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and much more.

If you don’t have cable, that’s okay. There are tons of things to watch on Netflix, Hulu and other streaming services. You can even peep what is coming to Netflix in April, too!

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


Born Wild: The Next Generation - 8/7c on National Geographic and Nat Geo WILD
A look at the planet’s next generation of baby animals.

The Goldbergs - 8/7c on ABC
While throwing a telethon at their college to raise money for Earth Day, Barry attempts to woo Ren when he overpromises he can get Hall & Oates to perform. Meanwhile, Beverly attempts to set Bill up, but things go awry when he finds happiness with a woman he meets through Beverly’s enemy.

Survivor – 8/7c on CBS
Winners at War put the game aside for a heartfelt moment with their loved ones. Also, after a wild tribal council, the 12th person is sent to the Edge of Extinction.

The Masked Singer – 8/7c on Fox
The four remaining singers battle it out in another round of smackdowns. Yvette Nicole Brown is a guest judge.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills – 8/7c on Bravo
While Kyle tries to attract buyers for her new fashion line in New York City, Erika gets big news that has her moving there. Also, Dorit’s move into a new house is marred by negative press about her finances.

Property Brothers: Forever Home – 8/7c on HGTV
Transforming a house that would fit a family of cyclers.

Schooled – 8:30/7:30c on NBC
Smitten with environmental consultant Paloma, who was hired to oversee William Penn’s Earth Day activities, CB’s feelings may change when he learns she wants to stop an important construction project at the school. Meanwhile, Wilma gets a surprise after convincing Lainey that yearbook superlatives are not important

Jane Goodall: The Hope – 9/8c on National Geographic and Nat Geo WILD
The sweeping documentary celebrates the vast legacy of Dr. Goodall’s four decades of advocacy work for chimpanzees and depicts the next chapter for generations to come.

American Housewife- 9/8c on ABC
Against Greg’s better judgment, Katie pushes Taylor to lighten up and participate in her school’s senior prank. Meanwhile, Anna-Kat asks Oliver to give Franklin a makeover so he won’t embarrass himself at a classmate’s party.

SEAL Team - 9/8c on CBS
Bravo Team searches for a new terrorist group leader who is orchestrating violent resistance to peace negotiations in Afghanistan. Also, Clay learns what it means to be a leader and Sonny works to repair his relationship with his father in Texas.

Motherland: Fort Salem – 9/8c on Freeform
Abigail has to come to terms with her vulnerability in the aftermath of horrific events, while Tally struggles with being supportive while also keeping a secret from her unit. And Raelle takes extreme measures to connect with Scylla.

Single Parents – 9:30/8:30c on ABC
Will works through a difficult situation after he learns something about Angie’s new boyfriend, Colin, that she won’t want to hear. Meanwhile, Poppy and Douglas struggle to see eye-to-eye about their future, and the kids are home alone for the first time with Graham in charge.

S.W.A.T. – 10/9c on CBS
The SWAT team looks for an escaped convict who is planning to kill Tan and the law enforcement team who helped put him in prison several years ago. Then, Chris arrests a young man who is given a free pass.

What We Do In The Shadows – 10/9c on FX
The vampires attend their first human Super Bowl party, while Guillermo’s search for virgins uncovers a deadly threat.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire – 10/9c on ABC
After last week’s dramatic save, Nikki Glaser continues her winning streak for Rescue the Birds. Jane Fonda takes the stage in support of her charity Fire Drill Friday’s, and Anthony Anderson plays for The Anderson Family Foundation.


The Fate of the Furious- 7/6c on FX
A Country Wedding – 8/7c on Hallmark Channel
The Dark Knight – 8/7c on Paramount Network
Born in China – 8/7c on Disney XD
The Hangover Part III – 8/7c on FXX
Superbad - 8:30/7:30c on Showtime
It: Chapter Two – 9/8c on HBO
The Lord of the Rings: Two Towers – 9/8c on AMC
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – 10/9c on TNT

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