StreamSavvy Guide: What to Watch December 8

Here’s what to watch on December 8.

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Series Premiere: The Selection

Ordinary civilians go through Special Ops training. If you’re not sure what to watch tonight, this is a great bet. The History Channel launches its newest series tonight with the first of eight The Selection: Special Operations Experiment episodes. The unscripted series follows 30 men and women as they are pushed to the edge and beyond by a team of instructors trained by Navy SEALs, Green Berets, and Army Rangers.  (History Channel 10/9c)

Still not sure about it? Here’s what to watch – awesome trailer – or get up to speed on the intense instructors.

How to watch: You can stream the History Channel through Sling TV (Orange or Blue).

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Season Premiere: Gangland Undercover

If you love Narcos, Breaking Bad, and any other show about the drug world, and you’re not sure what to watch, get a jump on Gangland Undercover’s second season tonight. The real-life-but-fictionalized version of Charles Falco had us hooked in during the first season, and we can’t wait to see him continue his crusade as a former meth dealer who became an ATF agent. (A&E 10/9c)

The preview for tonight’s show looks awesome or read up on an interview with Charles Falco himself.

How to watch: You can stream the A&E through Sling TV (Orange or Blue).

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What to Watch Sports: Raiders vs. Chiefs

Every year these Oakland Raiders and the Kansas City Chiefs meet twice during the season. A lot of years, both teams suck. They still go after each other with a nasty chip on their shoulders. Tonight, that chip just got a whole lot bigger, and the matchup just got nastier. Both teams are actually good. Both teams are in the playoff hunt. This one’s going to be good. And you can watch on Twitter. That’s cool. (NBC | Twitter | NFL Network 10/9c)

If you aren’t already pumped up, this should do it.

How to watch: You can stream the game tonight through Twitter on your phone or on some streaming devices. You can also stream on the NFL Network through Sling TV (Blue) or Playstation Vue (Slim Core or higher). If none of these options work for you, there’s always NBC on the digital antenna.