Netflix launches three-part documentary about Kanye West, was filmed for more than 20 years. TLC mentions the “eww” element in real life medical series Stuckdescribes the removal of foreign bodies from different parts of the body. Nick News back with a report on children and mental health. Among the Winter Olympic Games act: Gold medal in women’s ice hockey game between the United States and Canada.
Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy
“Gods,” Netflix dropped the first act of a three-week trove of documents describing polarization Kanye West in the process of rising to superstardom. Without false modesty (sound title), the trilogy was filmed over 20 years by Clarence “Coodie” Simmons and Chike Ozah, creating an intimate portrait of the rapper in his formative years. The remaining segments of the film (over four hours in total) will open on two Wednesdays next week.
After TLC’s major premiere of the season Dr. Pimple Popper (9/8c), a new series joins the channel’s collection of horribly painful lingerie shows. Stuck traveled across the country to witness how doctors removed foreign objects stuck in patients’ bodies: a bug landed in an ear, a high-heeled shoe pierced the face, an arrow pierced the wrist, And who knows what’s in it, nobody knows where. Along with the procedures, Stuck also interviewed patients to find out how unfortunate they were.
Now Harry disguises himself as an alien (Alan Tudyk) had his walkie-talkie assembled, the next step was for this most eccentric ET to call home and convince his planet to abandon its mission to destroy Earth. His best friend and confidant Asta (Sara Tomko) isn’t entirely convinced of Harry’s goals—if she can hear his inner thoughts about children (“gum sticks to the bottom of your shoe”), she really cares. mind — so she’ll go camping when Harry prepares to make contact.
Priceless public series aimed at young audiences invites the Surgeon General of the United States of America Dr. Vivek Murthy to talk to high school kids about how to deal with anxiety and stress, an issue that has grown dramatically during these pandemic years of isolation and distance education. A roundtable discussion allows children to open up their own stories about how they manage their mental health. Other reports include children’s journalist Rory Hu’s Interview with the Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen and a visit to the US Mint, and CBS News’ Jamie Yuccas head to the Minneapolis training facility to meet the U.S. Women’s National Hockey Team, who are set to defend their 2018 Olympic gold medal victory.
Winter Olympic Games
After the main period package, which includes direct insurance of Women’s alpine skiing and Eligible Halfpipe in Freestyle skiingstart at 11:05/ET to go live Women’s ice hockey The gold medal match between the defending team that won the US gold medal and the arch-rival Canada. Other sports featured during the day and evening on NBC, USA Network, CNBC and live (with replay options) on Peacock, NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app include Cross-country skiing, Men’s biathlon, Short road, Men’s hockey quarterfinals and Curly. For a complete list by sport of what to watch, when and where, visit nbcolympics.com/schedule.
Inside Wednesday TV:
- Risk! National University Championship (8/7c, ABC): After the final round of the quarterfinals — the semi-finals begin on Thursday — quiz show The Chase (9/8c) presents the final episode of the season, with Risk! legendary James Holzhauer and Ken Jennings on the hot seat “Chaser”.
- Great race (8/7c, CBS): Next stop: Greece, where spelling and mnemonic skills are promoted and teams will learn how to wrap grape leaves.
- South Park (8/7c, Comedy Central): Cartman’s mother has a new job, and he’s not too pleased. Which is new?
- The Mystery of the Mammoth (9/8c, PBS, check local listings at pbs.org): Can’t get tired Sir David Attenborough Check out an excavation site in southern England where fossil hunters found giant mammoth bones and traces of Neanderthal life.
- Swap shop (streaming on Netflix): Streamer is back Swap shop radio show for the second season about finding hidden treasures in people’s supposed trash cans.
- Marvel Studios: Assembled — The Making of Eternals (streaming on Disney+): See the Oscar-winning director behind the scenes Chloe Zhao’s 2021 epic superhero.
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