‘The Walking Dead,’ ‘Mute,’ ‘The Women Tell All,’ more Olympics and the rest of everything you don’t want to miss on TV this week.

 

MONDAY

Warren Jeffs: Prophet of Evil: Because I’m obsessed with cults. 8 p.m. A&E

2018 American Rescue Dog Show: Because purebreds shouldn’t have all the glory. 7 p.m., Hallmark

The Bachelor: AH, THE DREADED HOMETOWNS. 7 p.m., ABC

The Olympics: Ice dancing, bobsledding, and skiing halfpipe.  7 p.m., NBC

TUESDAY

The Frankenstein Chronicles: In a twist, Sean Bean starts off dead in this series. Netflix

The Bachelor Games: This nonsense continues. 7 p.m., ABC

The Olympics: Alpine skiing, figure skating, bobsledding, snowboarding. 7 p.m., NBC

WEDNESDAY

The Amazing Race: Season finale. 8 p.m., CBS

Forgotten: A Korean psychological thriller about a man who returns after being kidnapped for 19 days, but has no memory as to what happened to him. Netflix

The OlympicsAlpine skiing, freestyle skiing, bobsled, cross-country skiing. 7 p.m., NBC

THURSDAY

Project Runway: “A Kick in the Astro.” Somehow I doubt this will have anything to do with Jose Altuve. 8 p.m., Lifetime

The Bachelor Winter Games: This comes to an end, complete with a “reunion” special afterwards.  7 p.m., ABC

The Olympics: Figure skating, Alpine skiing, Snowboarding and Short Track 7 p.m., NBC

FRIDAY

Mute: Alexander Skarsgard, Justin Theroux, Paul Rudd and Sam Rockwell all star in this futuristic thriller directed by David Bowie’s son. Intriguing. Netflix

Seven Seconds: A new anthological crime drama that stars Regina King who can do no wrong. Series premiere. Netflix

The Olympics: Alpine skiing, snowboarding, bobsled and speed skating. 7 p.m., NBC

SATURDAY

Notes from the Field: Well, this sounds uplifting: “Anna Deavere Smith’s portrayal of 18 real-life characters dramatizes the accounts of students, parents, teachers and administrators who are caught up in America’s school-to-prison pipeline.” 7 p.m., HBO

Drag Me To Hell: The best Sam Raimi movie you’ve never seen. 8:45 p.m., Cinemax

The Olympics: Figure skating gala, bobsled. 7 p.m., NBC

SUNDAY

The Walking Dead: Carl dies. Mid-season premiere. 8 p.m., AMC

The Bachelor: The Women Tell All: Wait, if this is happening on Sunday, does this mean this season is going to wrap up BEFORE I go on my ski trip? PLEASE BE SO. Look, I’ve got The Walking Dead and the closing ceremonies and I am going to be swamped, but it will be worth it if I don’t have to worry about dumb Arie while I’m trying to get my ski on. 7 p.m., ABC

Ash v. Evil Dead: Ash’s peaceful life comes to an abrupt end. Season premiere. 8 p.m., Starz

Big Brother: Celebrity Edition: Season finale. 7 p.m., CBS

The Olympics: Closing ceremonies. BYE, OLYMPICS. SEE YOU IN ABOUT 22 MONTHS. 6 p.m., NBC

One thought on “‘The Walking Dead,’ ‘Mute,’ ‘The Women Tell All,’ more Olympics and the rest of everything you don’t want to miss on TV this week.

  1. “Forgotten: A Korean psychological thriller about a man who returns after being kidnapped for 19 days, but has no memory as to what happened to him. Netflix”
    Didn’t Castle already do this?

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