Natalie Zea and the group are still fighting to survive in that primeval hellhole, and the good news this week is that they’ve discovered some sort of gateway, through which Eve might thrust a boy. Also, in present-day Los Angeles, another sinkhole is forming, and Eve’s family is desperately racing against time, space, and whatever other dimensions are involved.
Mo Amer: Mohammed in Texas (Netflix stand-up special) — Arab-American comedian Mo Amer visits Houston to tell jokes about pandemic panic, Bradley Cooper, and how to curse in Arabic properly. The stock market and hummus are also discussed, so it appears that nothing is off limits any longer.
The Summit of the Gods (Netflix film) — Based on the manga series of the same name, this film explores the discovery of a game-changing camera in mountaineering. Every climber here is obsessed with reaching new heights, and the destiny of a missing climber may hold the key to reaching “the top of the gods.”
Riverdale (CW, 9:00pm) — The gang must deal with unexpected ultimatums after a mysterious figure arrives in the community.
The Flash (CW, 8:00pm) — Despero’s future vision is off, somehow, according to Iris, and Barry meets up with Black Lightning to regroup.
Chucky (SYFY and USA, 10:00pm) — The O.G. homicidal doll is still at it, and my god, he will never stop trying to settle the score. This week, he’s wreaking havoc in a public venue.
The Last O.G. (TBS, 10:30pm) — Tray and Josh discover a mysterious hat, and they’re trying to figure out what it means for Amira’s mysterious ways.
The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon — Rita Moreno, Dusty Slay
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert — Peter Dinklage, Lee Jung-Jae, Aaron And Bryce Dessner
The Late Late Show With James Corden — Kristin Chenoweth, Kal Penn, Kristin Chenoweth
In case you missed last week’s streaming pick:
The Jonas Brothers Family Roast (Netflix special) – Now that the Jo Bros are back and releasing music, it’s the perfect moment for them to roast each other. Everyone is going to pick on Kevin, right? The program tries to prove that no one can get to the root of a roasting quite like another family member, and no one can get to the root of a roasting quite like another family member. Along the way, expect some special guests to help amp things up even more.