The Grammy Awards, “South ParQ Vaccination Special,” “genera+tion,” and everything else you don’t want to miss on TV this week


The Bachelor: Ugh. Fantasy Suites. Have your hydroxychloroquine ready. 7 p.m., ABC

Super Sema: In this new animated children’s series, Sema, a girl living in the neo-African-futuristic community of Dunia, solves problems using her STEM superpowers. Premiere. YouTube

Strictly Ballroom: SHOW ME YOUR PASO DOBLE. 7:45 p.m., Showtime Showcase


Covid Diaries NYC: Five young filmmakers in New York City document the strain the virus took on them and their families during the spring outbreak last year. Premiere. 8 p.m., HBO

Delilah: In this new series, a single mother leaves a fancy white-shoe law firm to fight for the disadvantaged. Series premiere. 8 p.m., OWN

Juan of the Dead: If you’re a fan of Dawn of the Dead and Shaun of the Dead, I can not recommend this Cuban spoof that makes wonderful use of the zombie genre as wry political commentary. 7:33 p.m., StarzEncore Espanol


The Masked Singer: Season premiere. 7 p.m., Fox

Game of Talents: In this new game show, contestants have to guess people’s secret talents based on first impressions. This feels a lot like I Can See Your Voice, and I’m not convinced we need both but thanks to the virus, this is what TV is now. Series premiere. 8 p.m., Fox

South ParQ Vaccination Special: The citizens of South Park are clamoring for the vaccine, but a group of wacky militants tries to prevent them from receiving it in a wildly far-fetched story. 7 p.m., Comedy Central

Last Chance U: Basketball: A coach in East Los Angeles leads a team of young men who hope to fulfill their college potential in this new docuseries. Premiere. Netflix


genera+ion: Lena Dunham’s newest show follows a group of high schoolers in a conservative community, who are struggling with all the big questions about sexuality, friendship, and family. Series premiere. HBO Max

Station 19: Carina and DeLuca continue persuing the woman suspected of sex trafficking in the previous Grey’s Anatomy episode in the spring premiere. 7 p.m., ABC

Grey’s Anatomy: Maggie and Winston reconnected in the spring premiere. 8 p.m., ABC

A Million Little Things: Maggie is forced to return to Boston when the world goes into lockdown. Spring premiere. 9 p.m., ABC

Kid 90: This new documentary is based on the hundreds of hours of video footage Soleil Moon Frye took, revealing what life was like for young actors growing up in Hollywood and New York City in the 90s. Included in the documentary are David Arquette, Stephen Dorff, Balthazar Getty, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Brian Austin Green, Tori Leonard, and Heather McComb. Premiere. Hulu

Cherry: Tom Holland stars in this film about an army medic whose life spirals out of control when he returns home from Iraq. Premiere. Apple TV+


The One: A DNA researcher creates a matchmaking service that promises to find people’s true loves — and love and lies spiral out of control in this new psychological thriller. Series premiere. Netflix

Isabel: This three-part miniseries explores the life of Chilean author Isabel Allende. Premiere. HBO Max

Own the Room: Five students from all over the world compete in the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards, for a chance at a $100,000 prize and the opportunity to change their lives and the world in this new docuseries. Premiere. Disney+


The 2021 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards: Chance the Rapper hosts. 6:30 p.m., Nickelodeon

Point Break & Speed: All your 90s Keanu Reeves needs taken care of in one double feature. 5 p.m., HBO


The 63rd Grammy Awards: Trevor Noah is hosting the music awards from the Staples Center in what I assume will be a virtual ceremony? Maybe? GOOD LUCK. 7 p.m., CBS

Allen v. Farrow: Series finale. 8 p.m., HBO

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