‘girls5eva,’ ‘Jupiter’s Legacy,’ ‘The Real Housewives of New York’ and everything else you don’t want to miss on TV this week


The Voice: The Road to Lives — 10th Anniversary Edition: Wait, this show has been on for 10 years now? How old AM I? 7 p.m., NBC

Incredibles 2: Mr. Mom meets superheroes. (See, for anyone reading this younger than 40, back in the 80s it was considered so ridiculous that a man would be a stay-at-home father that they made an entire comedy about it starring Michael Keaton. Look it up.) 7 p.m., ABC


The Real Housewives of New York City: Dorinda is out and Eboni is in as we kick off season 13. Season premiere. 8 p.m., Bravo

Young Rock: The Rock prepares for Election Day in what might be a premonition of our future, so please pay attention. Season finale. 7 p.m., NBC

Twelve Monkeys: In the event you wanted to freak yourself out a little. 9 p.m., Thriller Max

Star Wars marathon: It’s May 4th, so, you know. 1 p.m., TBS

Star Wars: The Bad Batch: A new animated series that follows a “bad” batch of clones, immediately following the Clone Wars. Premiere. Disney+

Astros at Yankees: As y’all know, I don’t usually include specific games in these posts, but ESPN is doing a whole Star Wars Day thing for this game as part of the whole Disney/Lucasfilm/ESPN synergy. Heads up. 6 p.m., EPSN


Humans: The World Within: This new series explores how our bodies work, using personal stories to illustrate various complex systems, like the nervous and circulatory systems. Premiere. 8 p.m., PBS

Kids Say the Darndest Things: The Tiffany Haddish-hosted series moves networks, kids still say darned things. Season premiere. 7 p.m., CBS

The Sons of Sam: An exploration into journalist Maury Terry’s theory that David Berkowitz didn’t work alone and was in fact a part of a Satanic cult. Premiere. Netflix


girls5eva: A 90s girl group reunites to try to recapture the magic in this new Tina Fey/Robert Carlock series. Premiere. Peacock

Mythic Quest: Season two premiere. Apple TV+

Shrill: Annie’s life is finally falling into place in the third and final season.  Hulu

That Damn Michael Che: Michael Che is getting his own series exploring various day-to-day experiences like falling in love and being racially profiled. He gets a little help from former and current SNL cast members. Series premiere. HBO Max

Legendary: The voguing competition series is back, finally. Season premiere. HBO Max

And Tomorrow the Entire World: A law student joins an anti-fascist group in Germany as right-wing tensions rise in her country in this festival-winning film. Netflix

The Drowning: A mother who lost her son some eight years earlier catches sight of a young man she is convinced is her child in this dark limited series. Premiere. Acorn & Sundance TV


Jupiter’s Legacy: The children of the first generation of superheroes have to live up to their parents’ legacy in this new series. Series premiere. Netflix

Dynasty: Alexis has some advice for Fallon’s wedding, not that Fallon asked, in the season premiere. 8 p.m., The CW

Magnum P.I.: Higgins is invited to join Doctors Without Borders in the season finale. WILL SHE ACCEPT? 8 p.m., CBS


Vax Live: Celebrities, royals, politicians, and musicians come together to educate and encourage people to get the damn vaccine already.  7 p.m., ABC & CBS; 10 p.m., Fox

Saturday Night Live: Elon Musk & Miley Cyrus 10:30 p.m., NBC

Greenland: If you haven’t already had enough of the apocalypse, Gerard Butler and his family fight to get to the safety of Greenland as a “planet-killing” comet hurtles towards Earth in what is called by some critics, “an improbably entertaining time.” This is one of those movies that had the misfortune of opening last year, and I’d never heard of it until today, so who knows.   7 p.m., HBO


Watch What Happens Live: The Real Housekids of Bravo, because we know who the real stars of these shows are. 9 p.m., Bravo

Burning Little Lies: Not to be confused with Little Fires Everywhere. 7 p.m., Lifetime

Beware of Mom: HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY, EVERYONE! 7 p.m., LMN


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