The Vote (9 p.m., PBS / UNC-TV) - Tonight we get the second and final part of the documentary miniseries exploring the radical movement that led to the passage of the 19th amendment. The series shatters the myth that women were “given” the right to vote, correcting history by introducing viewers to the diverse, little-known women who led the movement and offering a deep dive into the challenges, tactics, concessions and complexities of the battle. Narrated by Kate Burton and featuring the voices of Mae Whitman, Audra McDonald, Laura Linney and Patricia Clarkson.
America’s National Parks (9 p.m., National Geographic Channel) - This series looks at the Great Smoky Mountains at 9 and Olympic National Park at 10.
What Would You Do? (10 p.m., ABC) - The new season starts tonight with ABC’s John Quinones overseeing random strangers’ reactions to awkward situations. Tonight’s premiere shows how people react in both Mississippi and New York to a man publicly displaying the Confederate flag, on the heels of Mississippi lawmakers voting to remove the confederate symbol from the state flag. Also tonight, a manager berates a coffee shop employee who offers a homeless man free food; two young men talk publicly about posting intimate photos of an ex-girlfriend; and an embarrassed mother tells her superhero-dressed child to act “normal” while out shopping. This season the show will also have celebrities appearing in heartwarming scenarios. These include Sutton Foster, Adam Rippon, Nia Jax and Sara Haines.
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