‘Abbott’ Heats Up, Netflix in ‘Full Swing’ with ‘African Queens,’

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A small fire in Abbott Elementary’s teachers’ lounge puts Barbara in the hot seat. Netflix presents a docuseries following players on the PGA Tour and the first in a series of docu-dramatized profiles of African queens. Fox’s The Masked Singer introduces a colorful new batch of outrageously costumed quasi-celebrities.

Sheryl Lee Ralph in 'Abbott Elementary'


Abbott Elementary

It’s no secret that the Emmy-winning Abbott is creatively on fire, but this week it’s literally the case, when Philly firefighters (led by Mike O’Malley as the chief) swarm in to extinguish a small blaze in the teachers’ lounge that began with a lighted candle and a shawl, both belonging to Barbara (Sheryl Lee Ralph). A trauma counselor (NCIS: New Orleans’ Shalita Grant) is on hand to comfort the kids and staff—minus principal Ava (Janelle James), who characteristically flees the scene in a panic—but it’s Barbara’s defensively blasé reaction that has everyone worried. Especially Gregory (Tyler James Williams), who steps in during Ava’s absence as a very proud “interim principal.” Firefighting enthusiast Melissa (Lisa Ann Walter), on the other hand, is just jazzed to have a fire truck to play with.

Rory McIlroy - 'Full Swing'

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Full Swing

From the creators of Formula 1: Drive to Survive and the more recent tennis-focused Break Point, an eight-part docuseries follows a group of pro golfers during the 2021-22 PGA Tour on and off the greens at high-stakes tournaments including the Players, the Masters and the U.S. Open. The personal drama becomes even more heated when competition erupts from outside the PGA, with the upstart and deep-pocketed Saudi-backed LIV Golf league beckoning veteran players to join their rival operation.

Adesuwa Oni, Eshe Asante, Chipo Kureya, Marilyn Nnadabe - 'African Queens Njinga'


African Queens: Njinga

Jada Pinkett Smith is executive producer of a four-part docuseries with dramatizations, profiling 17th-century warrior queen Njinga, who earned the respect of European leaders during her reign in Ndongo and Matamba (modern-day Angola). This is the first in a projected series of biographies of female African rulers.

Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong, Nicole Scherzinger - 'Masked Singer'

The Masked Singer

What do a Polar Bear, Night Owl and Rock Lobster have in common with a Medusa, Mustang and a Gnome? They’re among the new costumes disguising celebrity contestants in the ninth season of the mindless guilty-pleasure singing competition. Nick Cannon returns as host, with Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke as the witless panelists guessing who might be who.


  • The Price Is Right at Night (8/7c, CBS): It’s a family affair when kids, parents and grandparents come on down to play for big prizes, including trips to Paris and Jamaica.
  • Dogs in the Wild (8/7c, PBS): The second episode of the Nature miniseries depicts survival strategies of wild canines, including jackals that leap into the sky and gray foxes that climb trees.
  • Chicago Med (8/7c, NBC): The hospital is shaken by a relentless storm. On Chicago Fire (9/8c), Firehouse 51 helps Herrmann (David Eigenberg) with a school fundraiser. And the Chicago P.D. (10/9c) team rallies to help Assistant State’s Attorney Nina Chapman (Sara Bues) find a drug runner, though a secret from her past could torpedo the hunt and her career.
  • Live from the Artists Den (9/8c, 6 pm/PT, AXS TV): Classic episodes from the public TV concert series kick off with John Legend’s 2016 performance from New York’s Riverside Church. Followed by the premiere of Power Hour (10/9c, 7 pm/PT), a weekly talk series about rock music featuring Matt Pinfield, Josh Bernstein and Caity Babs.
  • Not Dead Yet (9:30/8:30c, ABC): Brittany Snow guests as the ghost of a snotty influencer who once fed Nell’s (Gina Rodriguez) insecurities in high school but who might be the catalyst for her to get her life together.
  • Into the Wild Frontier (10/9c, ISNP): The series that looks at trailblazing legends in the American West sets its sights in the Season 2 premiere on humble and fearless mountain man Kit Carson, whose exploits made him famous.
  • A Million Little Things (10/9c, ABC): In a lighter-than-the-norm episode, Maggie (Allison Miller) may have cause to worry about the future of her radio show during maternity leave, Rome (Romany Malco) gives his dad a driving test, and Eddie (David Giuntoli) ventures into the dating pool.
  • Wu-Tang: An American Saga (streaming on Hulu): The docudrama’s concluding third season brings the famed rap group to a pivotal moment, where fame and ego threaten to upend their new success.

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