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VICE News — They Come For Us At Night: China’s Vanishing Muslims
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 7:30 p.m. on HBO; 8 p.m. ET on Vice News YouTube page (free)
VICE News correspondent Isobel Yeung goes undercover and gains rare access inside the autonomous Chinese region of Xinjiang. As seen in the exclusive trailer above, she witnesses the Chinese government’s systematic oppression of the Muslim minority Uighur people and the police detainment of eight Uighur men as they silently march toward armored vehicles.
Life in Pieces
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9 and 9:30 p.m. on CBS
After four seasons of babies, marriages, family brunches, and more, the Short family is saying goodbye. Even if they weren’t ready to. “We did not write the end of the season as a potential end of series,” creator Justin Adler tells EW. “Serendipitously, we stumbled into something that can play as a series finale. It’s going to leave people wanting more.” Like wondering if Matt will accept a job in Europe even though wife Colleen can’t join him with their new son until his adoption is final — in six months. Or what will come of Heather and Tim’s decision to have another baby. #SaveLifeinPieces —Gerrad Hall
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