The Beatles in India, Getting to Know ‘Abbot Primary School’, ‘Queens’ Final, Winter Olympics

A new film recorded Beatles’ impactful 1968 visit to India. An exercise on linking on ABC Abbott Elementary School Comedy can reveal more than what the teacher intended. Musical Melodies Queens ending (raps?) its first season. The Winter Olympic Games continues with short show in controversial new season Women’s figure skating competition.

The Beatles and India

Our fascination with the Fab Four continues with author turning director Ajoy Bose’s movie (inspired by his book In the universe) uses unseen photo and audio recordings, archival footage, and eyewitness accounts to tell the story of Beatles’ life-changing trip to India in 1968. With guides to the beautiful locations the band visited as an even more visual appeal, the film also explores the development of the band. John, Paul, Georgeand Ringo as an artist.



Abbott Elementary School

This great freshman comedy about teachers in an underfunded elementary school in Philadelphia gets even better the more we get to know these real teachers. Once an optimist, Janine (series creator Quinta Brunson) urges her fellow teachers—the “work family”—to share some personal secrets after learning that Jacob (Chris Perfetti) has kept the details of his private life private from her because he considers her a “work friend”. The ploy can backfire when Janine begins to feel she’s being judged after sharing a pertinent detail about her own life. In a strong subplot, Gregory (Tyler James Williams) discovered that he still had a lot to learn about teaching, when Barbara (Sheryl Lee Ralph) and Melissa (Lisa Ann Walter) stepped in to instruct him on letting loose in front of his young students.

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A pivotal Season 1 finale finds the Queens in self-reflection as they prepare to be inducted into the Hip Hop Fall of Fame — minus Brianna (night), who left the group. Valeria (Nadine Valesquez) wonders if she’s ready to go on a solo tour, while Naomi (Brandy) was challenged as a father to her daughter.



Winter Olympic Games

If you don’t get up early to watch Women’s figure skating short show, featuring the controversial Russian figure skating prodigy Kamila Valievayou can re-broadcast it on Peacock or wait until it’s shown on NBC’s prime hour package, which features live coverage of Southern Alpine Skiing with the first slalom run (and after midnight/ET, the last run). Other sports highlights throughout the day and evening on NBC, USA, CNBC, Peacock, and the NBC Sports app include Men’s biathlon and Nordic combined skiing, Toboggan for two people, Men’s speed skating, Men’s freestyle skiing, Hockey and Curly. For a complete list by sport of what to watch, where and when, visit

Inside Tuesday TV:

  • Find your origin (8/7c, PBS, check local listings at Entertainment Leaders John Leguizamo and Lena Waithe Learn fascinating new details about their ancestors’ journey to America.
  • Icahn: Non-stop billionaire (9/8c, HBO): New documentary profile “Lonely Wolf on Wall Street” Carl Icahn, was known and feared for his acumen in business takeovers, which earned him a reputation as a corporate bandit. Despite his fortune (estimated at $17 billion) and market impact, he remains an outspoken critic of corporate overcapacity and income inequality.
  • Frontline: American Reckoning (9/8c, PBS, check local listings at A new one Frontline Report using the 1967 NAAPC officer murder remains unresolved Jackson Wharlest in Natchez, Mississippi to shed light on the civil rights era, when a resistance group called the Deacons for Defense and Justice organized a historic boycott. Jackson’s death was one of more than 150 victims of racial violence across the globe Emmett Till Unresolved Civil Rights Crime Act list.
  • black people (9:30/8:30c, ABC): Dre (Anthony Anderson) goes through a confidence crisis when he learns that fellow hipster Griffin (Reid Scott) has a sneaker collection that puts himself to shame.
  • Luda can’t cook (streaming on discover+): Rapper/actor Bridge “Ludacris” by Chris will return to the kitchen in three new episodes, with master chefs helping him learn more about specific regional cuisines, including Haitian, Korean and Cuban fare.
  • Can not see (streaming on MHz Choice): In this eerie European drama, a supernatural drama unfolds in a Belgian village as the townspeople begin to become invisible, creating a split. splits between those seen and those not seen. The Beatles in India, Getting to Know ‘Abbot Primary School’, ‘Queens’ Final, Winter Olympics


Aila Slisco is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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