This Week On Sling TV

Mar 16, 2015 by Sling Staff

After reaching a new high with last week’s Mike-centric episode, Better Call Saul has now earned the right to be mentioned alongside the series that spawned it; we are more excited about this show than ever now that Mike and Jimmy are officially in cahoots. (10pm Monday, AMC)

The Cul-de-Sac Crew sets out on a mission of self-improvement on this week’s new episode of Cougar Town; Grayson wants to pay attention when people talk to him, Andy works at his self-control, and most ambitiously of all, Jules tries to read a book. CAN SHE DO IT? (10:30pm Tuesday, TBS)

If it has been more than a year since you last watched Richard Linklater’s 1993 stoner classic Dazed and Confused, don’t you think it’s about time you made sure it’s still amazing? It probably is, but you can’t be too careful. (8pm Wednesday, IFC)

Comedy nerds know that The Best Show with Tom Scharpling is one of the best and most unique podcasts out there, and it finally got an onscreen representation in Adult Swim’s late-night infomercial timeslot with the short The Newbridge Tourism Board Presents: Newbridge, We’re Comin’ To Get Ya!, in which fans can finally get a look at Tom, Philly Boy Roy, Zachary Brimstead, and other Best Show favorites. Extra bonus: Sling TV’s own Mike Brown appears as MC Flamethrowa. (4am Thursday, Adult Swim)

Everyone knows he can dominate the low post and handle the ball like a point forward, but did you also know that Lebron James has mad renovation skills? The King appears on tonight’s new episode of Rehab Addict to help Nicole upgrade the facade of a house in his hometown by ripping out the front steps – and he doesn’t even need tools. (10pm Thursday, DIY)

All the coolest new gadgets are on display at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and you can check out the best of the best on I Want That: Consumer Electronics Show. Spoiler Alert: Sling TV won Best in Show. (11pm Friday, DIY)

The assassination of John Lennon, David Koresh and the Branch Davidians, the shooting of President Reagan, and the Unabomber are all examined in CNN’s Crimes of the Century series, which runs all four of these one-hour episodes back-to-back starting at 11pm Friday night. (11pm Friday, CNN)

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