‘Black is King,’ ‘Muppets Now,’ a whole bunch of British shows and everything else you don’t want to miss on TV this week


The Good Fight: If you don’t have CBS All Access, here’s your chance to enjoy a few episodes of what is widely described as one of the best shows on television. Tonight and tomorrow. 8 p.m., BET

Don’t Look Deeper: A sci-fi movie about a teenager who discovers she might not be who — or what — she thinks she is. Premiere. Quibi

Jaime: Keep Cooking and Carry On: Jaime Oliver is back with a quarantine cooking show. Series premiere. Hulu

Canada’s Drag Race: It’s Drag Race, but more polite. Season premiere. 7 p.m., Logo

Penn & Teller: Try This At Home: Magicians perform tricks developed in and from their homes. 8 p.m., The CW

Bad Ideas with Adam Devine: Adam Devine and friends do stupid things in this new reality show. I’m unsure who would be willing to insure this, but here we are. Quibi


Tell Me a Story: Kevin Williamson’s twisted take on fairy tales first premiered on CBS All Access, and now it will help fill The CW’s schedule. Season premiere (sorta).  8 p.m., The CW

American Catastrophe: How Did We Get Here?: An investigation into why and how the COVID-19 virus became a crisis thanks to government ineptitude and incompetence. OH I THINK WE KNOW HOW THIS HAPPENED. 8 p.m., ABC

Stockton On My Mind: A documentary about Michael Tubbs, the youngest mayor of a major American city, and Stockton’s first African-American mayor. 8 p.m., HBO

Maxxx: A former boy-bander tries to prove he’s not a has-been in this British comedy. Series premiere. Hulu

Emmy Nominations: The nominations are here. I’m sure I’ll have feelings. 10:30 a.m., Emmys.com


The Weight of Gold: This documentary explores the mental health tolls Olympic athletes face, which I’m sure would have been a very timely piece if the Olympics hadn’t been canceled by the virus. 8 p.m., HBO

The Godfather marathon: Just when you thought you were out, THEY PULL YOU BACK IN. 4 p.m., IFC

Ladhood: Comedian Liam Williams looks back on his adolescence in this British comedies, because that’s all TV is now, recycled British comedies thanks to COVID-19. Series premiere. Hulu


In My Skin: Another British coming-of-age comedy. This one was directed by the woman who directed The End of the Fucking World. Series premiere. Hulu

Host: Six friends hold a séance over Zoom in this new film made during quarantine. Shudder

Frayed: A wealthy British housewife returns to her Australian hometown in this comedy. Series premiere. HBO Max


Black is King: Beyoncé’s new visual album tells the story of a young African king who undergoes a journey “through betrayal, love, and self-identity” to reclaim his throne. Disney+

Muppets Now: The Muppets’ first unscripted series will be part talk show, part cooking show, and part game show. Series premiere. Disney+

The Umbrella Academy: Season premiere. Netflix

The Go-Gos: A look back at the iconic punk girl group. 8 p.m., Showtime


Jojo Rabbit: Taika Waititi’s World War II dramedy was met with mixed reviews for its irreverent take on one of the darkest moments in recent history.  7 p.m., HBO

Children of Men: No reason. 6:30 p.m., Showtime Showcase


The Real Housewives of Potomac: Season premiere. 7 p.m., Bravo

Hiroshima: 75 Years Later: A look at the bombing of Hiroshima as told by survivors, soldiers, physicists, and leaders. 8 p.m., History

Fridge Wars: In this Canadian cooking competition, chefs are challenged to make restaurant-quality food from the contents of actual families’ refrigerators. Series premiere. 7 p.m., The CW

Taskmaster: It’s a British game show. Series premiere. 8 p.m., The CW

The Osbournes Want to Believe: Jack Osbourne shows his parents paranormal videos to try to turn them into believers in this new series. 9 p.m., Travel Channel

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