StreamSavvy Guide: What to watch January 18, 2017

StreamSavvy’s daily guide for the best TV from January 18, 2017. Watch the premiere of the new series, Six, from the History Channel or stream the People’s Choice Awards live on CBS. Here’s the post with what to watch, why you should check it out, and how to stream it.

A great new show about the war on terror. The People’s Choice Awards. It’s Wednesday. Cheers.

Stream Six from the History Channel

New Series: Six

The war on terror has dragged on. It’s been messy and divisive. The newest show, Six, from the History Channel launches tonight and is a series inspired by actual events from the war on terror. And it’s authentic and thoughtful approach hits home.

Six is the story about the members of Navy SEAL Team 6. The show follows them through their mission in 2014 which is to take out one of the heads of the Taliban in Afghanistan. The mission becomes suddenly complicated when they learn that there is an American citizen working as a jihadi fighter with the Taliban.

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Six is set up as a mini series, and there are six episodes planned, airing on Wednesday nights at 10pm ET.

If you were a big Justified fan, you’ll enjoy seeing Walter Goggins back on TV after his run as Boyd Crowder. He plays the 17-year veteran and commanding leader, Richard “Rip” Taggert. Six is written by Oscar-nominated screenwriter William Broyles Jr. (Apollo 13) and a veteran from military special operations, David Broyles. (History Channel 10/9c)

How to watch: you can stream History Channel as it premieres on Sling TV with both the Orange and Blue packages.

Watch the People's Choice Awards live on CBS with CBS All Access

2017 People’s Choice Awards Live on CBS All Access

Your vote matters. Sort of. At least you can cast your vote and watch to see what America likes from the best of TV, music, and movies. As of this morning, 125 million votes have been cast. So tune in tonight and see what people really like, not just what some Hollywood organization tells us is the best. (CBS 9/8c)

How to watch: you can stream the People’s Choice Awards live on CBS tonight with CBS All Access.