Best of Prime Time TV to be Honored at 73rd edition of the Emmy Awards and the tradition of Monday Night Football continues.
Between network, cable and streaming, the modern television landscape is vast. Here are some of the shows, specials and movies that will air on television this week, September 13-19. The detailsthey and times are subject to change.
MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL 8:15 pm on ESPN. Monday Night Football returns with a game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Las Vegas Raiders. Although the 18-week N.F.L. officially started last Thursday, Monday night games begin this week. The tradition of broadcasting Monday Night Football debuted in 1970, making it one of the oldest prime-time programs in history from television. Image After a hiatus, Trevor Noah will be back on the set of " The Daily Show ". Credit ... Photo credit: Sean Gallagher
THE DAILY SHOW WITH TREVOR NOAH 11pm on Comedy Central. Trevor Noah will be back on Monday with " The Daily Show ", after a hiatus that began in June. Since the pandemic began, Noah has called his show " The Daily Social Distancing Show ", with production and filming taking place at his home. Comedy Central released a trailer nicknamed this " the new era of "The Daily Show " ", it is not clear if the restThis season, the 26th of the show, will be filmed at the well-known well- "Daily Show " with a live audience or in Noah 's apartment.
SHUTDOWN: THE FACTS 9pm on PBS (check local listings). In the last of this four-part series, David Attenborough explores the millions of endangered species. Studies have shown that humans are on the verge of extinction, and we are currently in a phase of mass extinction . In the series, Attenborough explains how these extinctions and changes in biodiversity could affect humans through threats to food and water security, increased risk of climate change, and increased risk of new pandemics.
THE PAPER CHASE (1973) 20h on MTC. This film, directed by James Bridges and starring Timothy Bottoms, follows a freshman at Harvard Law as he navigates his homework and a new relationship. Vincent Canby , the reviewer of Hfrance.fr, wrote that there are some funny and clever sequences along the way, but in the end they just melted into a mass of cliches . "
FUTURE DU WORK 10pm on PBS (check local listings). PBS wraps up its "Future of Work " series this Wednesday. He explored the evolution of workplace standards and the long-term impact we see on educators, workers and communities. Amid the pandemic, many businesses have shut down, implemented “work from home” policies, or laid off employees entirely.
Thursday Image From left to right, Nilsa Prowant, Aimee Hall and Codi Butts on " Floribama Shore ". Credit ... Courtesy of MTV
FLORIBAMA SHORE 8pm on MTV. The fifth season of " Floribama Shore "premieres Thursday night. The show, which debuted in 2017, is an MTV production inspired by the famous "Jersey Shore ". This show follows the lives of seven young adults from the Florida Panhandle and beyond. With roughly the same format as "Jersey Shore ", the cast members share a "house on shore " and do not have access to cellphones or social media. Season 5 will take place on a farm in Georgia.
BROOKLYN NINE-NINE 20h . on NBC . "Brooklyn Nine-Nine " ends its eight-year streak with an hour-long finale on Thursday. The title of the episode - "The Last Day " - might be a clue to fans that the Andy Samberg 's character Jake Peralta leaves the NYPD What it means to 'being a policeman in 2021 was a main objective of this last season. The writers worked in the storylines ar of the real events following the murder of George Floyd.
THE HONEST TRUTH OF GOD WITH LENARD 'CHARLAMAGNE ' MCKELVEY 10pm0 on Comedy Central. Lenard McKelvey, better known as Charlamagne Tha God, presents his first show Comedy Central. The program, which is product executive by Stephen Colbert, will examine social issues through skits, discussions and interpersonal experiences. McKelvey rose to fame with her New York radio show "The Breakfast Club," which has since been inducted into Radio Hall of Fame . He has also published two books: "Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It" and "Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks on Me". The show will offer viewers a new way to immerse themselves in McKelvey's perspective.
HARDEST FALL (1956) 6 p.m. on MTC. Humphrey Bogart stars in this film as a former sports journalist hired by a shady fight promoter to boost a rising Argentine boxing star. The film, base on a book of the same name, offers many backstage boxing match dramas. The critic of Hfrance.fr Bosley Crowther wrote :" With a fury and speed that keeps vertigo for 10 rounds (or coils) - which in screen time lasts for over 100 minutes - it slams a punitive tale. "
Sunday Image An Emmy statuette on display in 2019. This year's red carpet will be a little different. Credit ... Etienne Lau rent / EPA, via Shutterstock
E!LIVE FROM THE RED CARPET - THE 2021 PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS 6 p.m. a!. Before an awards show, celebrities wearing designer clothes are usually shown together, but this year is a bit different. Stars will be allowed to walk the red carpet (unlike last year's show, which was virtual) at limited numbers . And only a dozen members of the press will be allowed on the mat. Hopefully, even with a limited press, audiences will get a glimpse of this year's TV stars all dressed up.
7 3RD EMMY PRIZE 8pm on CBS. Although this year's Emmy Awards are small, only the nominees et their guests are allowed in, and the mask 's tenure in Los Angeles will likely still be in effect, it's still a step towards normalcy after last year's virtual ceremony. The show will take place at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles and will be hosted by Cedric the Entertainer. This year, "Ted Lasso " is set to become one of the biggest stars of the night, with the title 20 nominations - break the record for freshman comedy series of 19 nominations held by " Glee ". In an already memorable moment, the actress of "Pose Mj Rodriguez became the first transgender person to be nominated in a lead actor category.