Today’s Top TV Picks – Monday July 20

Today’s Top Picks


All-Star Best Thing I Ever Ate

9 p.m. on FOOD – Series Premiere

In this new series spinoff of a long-running Food Network show, some of the channel’s biggest stars offer an A-list guide to where viewers can find some of the best dishes these celebrities ever have had, but they also show fans how to make some of their favorite recipes at home. Among the celebrity guests to be featured in upcoming episodes include Valerie Bertinelli, Sunny Anderson, Alton Brown, Anne Burrell, Bobby Flay and Alex Guarnaschelli. First up: Rachael Ray, Bertinelli, Flay and Burrell on “Sensational Sandwiches.”


I May Destroy You

9 p.m. ET on HBO

Running out of money and still unable to finish a first draft of her book, Arabella (Michaela Coel) accepts a job working alongside Theo (Harriet Webb) at a vegan delivery start-up company, in the new episode ” Happy Animals.” Meanwhile, on her birthday, Terry (Weruche Opia) takes some secret measures to make absolutely sure Simon (Aml Ameen) won’t make an unwanted surprise appearance at her party.



9 p.m. ET on PBS – Season Premiere

The acclaimed documentary series opens Season 33 with Linda Goldstein Knowlton’s “We Are the Radical Monarchs,” which shines a spotlight on the next generation of inspiring activists by following a group of young girls of color who stand on the frontlines of social justice. The co-founders of Radical Monarchs — working mothers Anayvette Martinez and Marilyn Hollinquest, both part of the LGBTQ community — share their personal journeys as they try to expand their group in Oakland, Calif., which has a deep history of organizing movements.


Buried Worlds With Don Wildman

9 p.m. ET on TRAVEL

While exploring a cave in England, host Don Wildman takes time to inspect a new find on that site: ancient “witches marks” in the new episode “Curse of the Druids.” Hoping to investigate how such marks may be linked to the supernatural, Wildman visits wells that have been deemed holy spots and dives into a mysterious shipwreck regarded by some to be “the first Titanic.” He also meets modern-day druids to see whether a bloody battle may have ended with a deadly curse.

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