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“Pose”: The affecting sequence, a few various group of characters who come collectively via their shared participation in New York’s drag ball tradition, strikes into the mid-Nineties because it begins its third and last season. (10 p.m. Sunday, FX)

“The Story of Late Night”: A brand new six-part documentary sequence traces the historical past of late-night TV, going again to the early days, into the heyday of Johnny Carson and David Letterman, the rise of political commentary in monologues and growing range, because of such hosts as Amber Ruffin and Desus & Mero. (9 p.m. Sunday, NCS)

Related: ‘The Story of Late Night’: NCS series traces how an old format keeps evolving

“United Shades of America”: W. Kamau Bell returns to host Season 6 of his present, which takes him throughout the nation as he explores points that communities face. This season was filmed in the course of the pandemic, and begins with an prolonged premiere known as “Policing the Police,” during which Bell talks to activists, politicians, police and others to have a look at the historical past and state of policing on this nation. (10 p.m. Sunday, NCS)

“Antiques Roadshow: Celebrity Edition”: A particular model of the long-running present, specializing in well-known individuals and their favored gadgets, begins. (8 p.m. Monday, PBS)

“Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir”: In this “American Masters” documentary, writer Amy Tan appears again at her life and profession. The fil consists of interviews, and archival footage from residence motion pictures, and pictures. (10 p.m. Monday, PBS)

“The Real Housewives of New York City”: The sequence returns for Season 13. (9 p.m. Tuesday, Bravo)

“Kids Say the Darndest Things”: The reboot of the classic present hosted by Tiffany Haddish strikes to CBS. (8 p.m. Wednesday, CBS)


“Selena: The Series”: Part 2 of the sequence impressed by the late singing star begins.  (Available to stream starting Tuesday, Netflix)

“Girls5eva”: A brand new sequence from Meredith Scardino, Tina Fey and Robert Carlock follows former members of a woman group from the ’90s who reunite as no-longer-girls to make one other run at pop stardom. The forged consists of Sara Bareilles, Busy Phillipps, Renee Elise Goldsberry and Paula Pell. (Available to stream starting Thursday, Peacock)

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“The Mosquito Coast”: Justin Theroux stars in a TV adaptation of the novel written by his uncle, Paul Theroux. The sequence is created by Neil Cross (“Luther”) and is described by Apple TV Plus as “a gripping adventure and layered character drama following the dangerous journey of a radical idealist and brilliant inventor, Allie Fox (played by Justin Theroux), who uproots his family for Mexico when they suddenly find themselves on the run from the US government.” Theroux can be an govt producer. (Apple TV Plus)

— Kristi Turnquist

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