Eurovision Song Contest Final (Logo) Ross Mathews and Shangela host the final round of this international competition show to find the best new song.(Science) A new series that looks atsome of the world’s most fascinating rail systems, including New York’s Arthur Kill Vertical Lift Bridge, Japan’s Bullet Train, and California’s Central Pacific Railroad.
Cargo (Netflix) Martin Freeman stars in this thriller from the producers of (Adult Swim) Notoriously nervous-sounding and awkward comedian Pera stars as a teacher in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula who takes on important issues like (according to the press release) “pancakes, blueberries, eggs, toast, sausage, bacon, English muffins, coffee, orange juice, maple syrup, waffles, cornbread, and strawberries.”(TV One) It’s a new season of this music biography series that looks at some of the most influential (but sometimes forgotten) names in R&B.
He teaches students contemporary dance at NUVO, a dance convention that tours the nation.
In 2007, Wall and Ivan Koumaev made a dance video called Its About Time designed to be for the viewer's entertainment rather than for instructional purposes like most dance videos.
Red Nose Day (NBC) The channel’s annual telethon partnership with Comic Relief USA that unleashes star power to raise money to end child poverty.
Wall was praised by the judges as the most technically talented dancer in the competition.
Nigel Lythgoe and Adam Shankman have listed Wall, his brother Danny Tidwell, Season 4's Will Wingfield and Season 5's Kayla Radomski as the most talented dancers on the show, later adding Season 6's Billy Bell and Jakob Karr to that list.
Now we have the cantankerous celebrity chef driving a mobile kitchen to struggling restaurants around the country—where he’s got just a small window of time to save them from collapse.(NBC) It’s the third and final season for Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta’s cop drama.2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards (MTV) Tiffany Haddish is hosting this year.
Will she wear her white Alexander Mc Queen dress again?
It’s also revolutionary for having the largest out LGBTQ cast ever for scripted TV—including the largest number of transgender talent in series regular roles.(Animal Planet) Part of the channel’s Monster Week, this special focuses on wildlife conservationist Bradley Trevor Grieve.