‘Wynonna Earp,’ ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars,’ ‘Corporate’ and everything else you don’t want to miss on TV this week


The Andy Cohen Diaries: Andy Cohen brings his book to life in this new animated series that was designed for Quibi’s 10-minute format. Series premiere Quibi

Die Hart: Kevin Hart and John Travolta star in this “movie” (I guess) about a comedy star who longs to be an action hero. Premiere. Quibi

Magnolia: Thanks to knowing way too much about Scientology, I think Tom Cruise is a certifiable weirdo. But that said, his performance in this movie is terrific. (But y’all can keep all those dumb Mission Impossible movies, thanks.) 7:50 HBO Signature West

The Bold and the Beautiful: It’s back, baby! 12:30 p.m., CBS


Street Food: This is a wonderful series that looks at chefs other cooking shows overlook: street chefs, who tell their own stories of innovation and perseverance. The first season focused on Asia, this season will explore Latin America. Netflix

Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel: The Emmy-award-winning sports docu-series returns with an exploration of the long and short-term effects of the pandemic on student athletes. I DON’T KNOW, MAYBE WE JUST SKIP FOOTBALL THIS YEAR, GUYS. Season premiere 9 p.m., HBO

Frontline: Covid’s Hidden Cost: A look a how the coronavirus has hit the vulnerable immigrant population, particularly those on the frontlines of our food industries. 9 p.m., PBS


Corporate: The final season begins with Hampton DeVille attempting to rewrite the finale of a beloved children’s show. Season premiere. 9:30 p.m., Comedy Central

Fear City: New York vs. the Mafia: This docuseries explores the investigation and prosecution of the five mob families in the 1980s. Series premiere. Netflix

Love on the Spectrum: This new series takes a look at the challenges young people on the spectrum have in the world of dating. Series premiere. Netflix


Blindspot: “Turn off your mind relax and float down stream, it is not dying. It is not dying.”  Uh … OK? Series finale. 8 p.m., NBC

The Dog House: Rescued dogs are paired with new families in this new series that is designed to make you sob. Series premiere. HBO Max

Lost Resort: In this new reality series, eight strangers go to a resort in Costa Rica to work on their shit with a bunch of alternative healers. Series premiere. 9 p.m., TBS

Celebrity Watch Party: Season finale.  7 p.m., Fox


Room 104: The fourth and finals season begins with a twentysomething bringing a group of friends together for a performance by a long lost musician. Season finale. 10 p.m., HBO

RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars: A winner is chosen. It SHOULD be Jujubee, but honestly, all final three are terrific. Season finale. 7 p.m., VH1

Greatest #AtHome Videos: Cedric the Entertainer hosts this special showcasing the best viral videos people have been making since we’ve begun social distancing. Series premiere. 7 p.m., CBS

Jim Gaffigan: The Pale Tourist: Jim Gaffigan does his stand-up thing. Amazon


Motherless Brooklyn: Edward Norton stars in and directed this noir about a detective with Tourette’s who is determined to solve the murder of his mentor. 7 p.m., HBO

NBA Countdown Presented by Mountain Dew: NBA Restart: The NBA is set to resume on the 30th. And it might! But if it an actually finish the season — especially as they play the remaining games in the middle of a hotspot — remains to be seen. 7 p.m., ABC

Surviving Joe Exotic: Cash in on that Tiger King craze while you can, Animal Planet. 9 p.m., Animal Planet


Helter Skelter: An American Myth: A six-part documentary that explores the story of Charles Manson with all new interviews with family members and journalists. Series premiere. 9 p.m., Epix

Wynonna Earp: The final season begins with Wynonna trying to rescue her sister. Season premiere. 9 p.m., Syfy

Last Week with John Oliver: Heads up, he’s back. 10 p.m., HBO

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