‘Palm Springs,’ ‘Little Voice,’ ‘P-Valley,’ ‘The Old Guard,’ and everything else you don’t want to miss on TV this week


Celebrity Game Face: Ah, more COVID TV. Kevin Hart hosts this shot-at-home game show in which celebrities participate in trivia and physical challenges or something. Premiere. 9 p.m., E!

The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!: An episode for the Bachelor historians out there: this episode relives the first seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette7 p.m., ABC


Primetime: What Would You Do?: John QuiƱones is back with his moralistic prank show. Season premiere. 9 p.m., ABC

Jim Jeffries: Intolerant: Jim Jeffries explores “the shifting boundaries in comedy” in his new stand-up special. I like Jeffries fine, but I’m trying to not roll my eyes at this and failing. Netflix

Dirty Jobs: Rowe’d Trip: Mike Rowe and his crew are back for this retrospective/road trip/COVID episode? It’s a bunch of stuff. If you’re a Dirty Jobs fan, watch this. 8 p.m., Discovery


Tough As Nails: This new competition series, “celebrates everyday Americans who get their hands dirty while working long, hard hours to keep the country running.” A welder, firefighter, farmer, roofer, and a Marine Corps veteran, among others, compete … somehow. Series premiere. 7 p.m., CBS

Mucho, Mucho Amor: A documentary about the muy fabuloso Mexican psychic, Walter Mercado. Netflix

Stateless: Four strangers’ lives intersect in an Australian detention center in this series directed by Cate Blanchett. Netflix

The Soup: The clip show is back, which is curious since there’s not all that much to clip these days. Season premiere. 10 p.m., E!


Expecting Amy: A three-part documentary about Amy Schumer’s struggles to put together a comedy special while suffering a difficult pregnancy that, spoiler alert, left her hospitalized. Girl, I had the same thing with both pregnancies and it SUCKED. HBO Max

Close Enough: A surreal animated comedy about surviving your thirties from the creators of Regular Show. Series premiere. HBO Max

Cannonball: The water sports competition series moves to its home on USA. Series premiere. (Sorta.) 7 p.m., USA


Palm Springs: OK, Groundhog Day, but what if Andie MacDowell was also experiencing what Bill Murray was is the concept of this movie starring Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti. Premiere. Hulu

Greyhound: Tom Hanks stars in this World War II drama about Captain Ernest Krause, who led an international convoy of supplies to Allied forces. Premiere. Apple TV+

Home Movie: The Princess Bride: It’s the scene-by-scene remake of The Princess Bride by bored celebrities that everyone is so bent out of shape about. Series premiere. Quibi

The Old Guard: Charlize Theron stars in this film about a team of immortal mercenaries. Premiere. Netflix

Little Voice: Sara Bareilles and J.J. Abrams produced this musical romantic comedy. Series premiere. Apple TV+

Greatness Code: Great athletes discuss what makes them great. Great. Premiere. Apple TV+

Down to Earth With Zac Efron: Zac Efron does a travel show. Sure, why not. Series premiere. Netflix


Hotel Paranormal: It’s another ghost show, but this time it’s 1. about hotels and 2. narrated by Dan Akroyd who is a true believer. Series premiere. 9 p.m., Travel

Crikey! It’s the Irwins: Life in Lockdown: More COVID TV. 8 p.m., Animal Planet

My Cat From Hell: Cat Sh#t Crazy: The cat dude with the goatee and piercings is back to help people deal with their COVID cat situations. I really need real TV to come back. 9 p.m., Animal Planet


P-Valley: This new drama follows the complicated lives of strippers in the Mississippi Delta. Series premiere. 8 p.m., Starz

Snowpiercer: Layton struggles to govern the survivors in the season finale. 9 p.m., TNT

Hightown: Season finale. 7 p.m., Starz

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