Netflix explores two very different worlds in “Mo” Wednesday and “Partner Track” on Friday. “Mo” depicts a young man who straddles two worlds, one in which he deals with a painful past as a Palestinian Muslim refugee from Kuwait and another in which he faces an uncertain future as he makes his way to become an American. become. “Partner Track,” based on Helen Wan’s bestselling book, follows Ingrid Yun, a lawyer who tries to break the glass ceiling of a prestigious law firm in New York City.
HBO looks at the impact of Hurricane Katrina on a whole new generation of children 16 years later in “Katrina Babies,” which comes out Wednesday.
This applies from Monday 22 August to Sunday 28 August.
“American Ninja Warrior” 8 p.m. NBC — More men and women compete in the final.
“TMZ Investigates: What Really Happened to Richard Simmons” 8 p.m. Fox — TMZ explores why beloved fitness icon Richard Simmons hasn’t been seen in over eight years, interviewing Bruce Vilanch, Suzanne Somers, Dr. Phil and Simmons’ longtime costume designer, Leslie Wilshire.
“Beat Shazam” 9 p.m. Fox — Old besties, golf buddies and a team of aerobatic aerial photographers hope their friendships will help them beat Shazam’s million dollar challenge.
“Kevin Can F**k Himself” 9 p.m. AMC (Second Season Debut) — Now that Neil is on the grim crime drama side of the show, tensions are running higher than before and things are getting closer for Allison and Patty.
“In the Dark” 9 p.m. the CW — Josh’s (Theodore Bhat) persistence to take down Murphy (Perry Mattfeld) motivates everyone to come up with a plan.
“ATL Homicide” 10 p.m. TV One (fourth season debut) — While working on a murder in an abandoned house, Quinn and Vince discover a second body hidden in a closet and the investigation soon leads them on the hunt for a suspect known as Murder Man.
“Running Wild With Bear Grylls” 10 p.m. NGC (Season 7 Finals) — Rob Riggle is in the Great Basin desert.
“Only Killings in the Building” 12:01 p.m. Hulu (Second Season Finale) — One question remains: who did it??? Oh, who are we kidding – there are a few more questions too
“Chad and JT Go Deep” 3:01 am Netflix (new series) — Dear brothers Chad and JT wanted to spread positivity through community activism and chill vibes in this raucous prank comedy series. Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim star.
“Untold: The Rise and Fall of AND1″ 3:01 am Netflix — Inspired by New York City streetball, the influential AND1 brand turned local legends on the court into international icons. So why did it end?
“20/20″ 8:00 PM ABC — A 25-year reunion of the cast of 1997’s “Cinderella” including Brandy, Whoopi Goldberg, Paolo Montalban, Victor Garber, Bernadette Peters, Jason Alexander and Veanne Cox
“Motherland: Fort Salem” 10 p.m. Freeform (series finale) — In a climactic battle, the Unity and its allies team up to fight the Camarilla. Els races around the world to find the last piece of the First Song.
“What We Do in the Shadows” 10pm FX — The mansion is getting a makeover.
“Password” 22:01 NBC — JB Smoove to Jimmy Fallon.
“Reservation Dogs” 12:01 p.m. FX on Hulu — The aunts let loose at their annual IHS conference.
“Lost Ollie” 3:01am Netflix (new series) — A toy in the countryside searches for the boy who lost him in this family series, inspired by the book ‘Ollie’s Odyssey’.
“Mon” 3:01 am Netflix (new series) — In Texas, Mo crosses the line between two cultures, three languages and a pending asylum claim as he struggles to support his Palestinian family.
“Running With the Devil: The Wild World of John McAfee” 3:01am Netflix (new series) — Revealing images and interviews reveal new layers of fugitive tech pioneer John McAfee’s wild years on the run.
“Selling the AAC” 3:01 AM Netflix — A new batch of real estate agents compete to settle in The Oppenheim Group’s second office on the Orange County coast. Will the pressure prove too great for these agents?
“Big Brother” 8 p.m. CBS – The Leftovers alliance has been around for over a month – but for how long?
“Master Chef” 8 p.m. Fox — Keeping up with culinary trends and tapping into nostalgia, Chef Ramsay brings a new challenge to the kitchen.
“Katrina Babies” 9pm HBO — An intimate look at the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and its impact on New Orleans youth.
“Welcome to Wrexham” 10pm FX (new series) — Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney are trying to take over the third oldest professional football club in the world, located in Wrexham, a working-class town in the north of Wales in the United Kingdom.
“Archer” 22:00 FXX (Debut 13th Season) — This season, the gang will try to maintain their identity and independence after being taken over by Fabian Kingsworth’s spy conglomerate, International Intelligence Agency or IIA.
“Mike” 12:01 a.m. Hulu (miniseries) — Explores the wild, tragic and controversial life and career of heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, one of the most polarizing figures in sports culture.
“Carl Weber’s The Black Hamptons” 3:01am BET+ (new series) — This epic story follows the brewing feud between the British and the Johnsons, where the difference between old and new money is very clear.
“The End is Nye” 3:01 am Peacock (new series) — Bill Nye examines the most epic global disasters imaginable, then demystifies them using science to show how we can survive, mitigate and even prevent them.
“Everything I Know About Love” 3:01 am Peacock (new series) — The series is a fearless deep dive into bad dates, heartbreak and humiliation, and begs the question: Can platonic love survive romantic love when we grow up?
“History 101” 3:01 am Netflix (Second Season Debut) — Infographics and archival footage deliver bite-sized history lessons about scientific breakthroughs, social movements and world-changing discoveries.
“House of Ho” 3:01 a.m. HBO Max (Second Season Debut) – New characters will appear, including single roommates Bella Ho and Kim Ho (cousins of Washington and Judy), and independent-minded Vanessa Kon and Tammy Gee (Nate’s sisters), as well as their respective partners Carlton Kon and Tran Nguyễn.
“She-Hulk: Lawyer” 3:01 am Disney+ — Jennifer joins a new superhuman division of a prestigious law firm.
“60 days in” 9:00 PM A&E — The pandemic quarantine makes the first part of the 60 days especially torturous at the Henry County Jail.
“Bad Sisters” 12:01 p.m. Apple TV+ — Ursula is next in John Paul’s crosshairs. Thomas hopes the police will help him.
“Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby” 12:01 AM Amazon — A look at the career of Atlanta rapper Lil Baby and his rise in rap and pop culture.
“Samaritan” 12:01 AM Amazon — A young boy discovers that a superhero thought to have gone missing after an epic battle 20 years ago is in fact still nearby. Sylvester Stallone stars.
“Five Days at Memorial” 12:01 p.m. Apple TV+ — With increasing pressure to leave the hospital, staff are forced to make challenging decisions.
“See” 12:01 p.m. Apple TV+ (third and final season) — A Trivantian scientist develops a new and devastating form of weapons. Voss returns to Paya to protect his tribe.
“Try” 12:01 p.m. Apple TV+ — Scott’s book launch doesn’t go according to plan. Jason struggles with his new job. Nikki finally masters hard love.
“Drive Hard: The Maloof Way” 3:01 am Netflix (new series) — The Maloofs, a lovable family of gearboxes and stunt drivers, use their passion and skills to build car engines and perform wild feats behind the wheel.
“Ludik” 3:01 am Netflix (new series) — To rescue a kidnapped relative, an enterprising furniture tycoon must use his secret diamond smuggling operation to transport weapons across the border.
“Me Time” 3:01 am Netflix — With his family gone, a stay-at-home dad enjoys his first “me time” in years by reconnecting with an old friend for a wild weekend that could turn his life upside down. With Kevin Hart, Mark Wahlberg and Regina Hall.
“Partner Track” 3:01 a.m. Netflix (new series) — The series follows Ingrid Yun, a lawyer at a New York City firm who wants to become a partner, whatever it takes.
“Chesapeake Shores” 8 p.m. Sunday Hallmark — Abby and Evan join a scavenger hunt.
“The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family” 8pm Sunday GPB (new series) — Mapping the rise and fall of the Boleyns – a story of love, sex and betrayal, told from the unique perspective of the family.
“2022 MTV Video Music Awards” 8 p.m. MTV, the CW — The show is hosted by Jack Harlow, LL Cool J and Nicki Minaj.
“Animal Kingdom” 9 p.m. Sunday TNT (series final) — The Cody boys embark on their most dangerous job yet; Andrew commits the original sin that destroyed the family.
“The Chi” 9pm Sunday Showtime — Emmett and Kiesha explore the day. Tiff opens the door for Rob. Kevin is confronted by his parents after they make a shocking discovery.
“House of the Dragon” Sunday HBO – The series has gotten decent reviews so far, but not quite “Game of Thrones” transcendent.
“Power Book III: Raising Kanan” 9pm Sunday Starz — A surprise encounter with Howard leaves Kanan speechless.
“Tales of the Walking Dead” 9 p.m. AMC — A mother (future Alpha) evolves after she and her daughter flee violence and take refuge on a vintage steamboat.
“City on a Hill” 10pm Sunday Showtime — As Jackie continues his affair with Letitia Dryden, Jenny tries to get her husband back into the FBI.