ABC particular honors Chadwick Boseman; ‘Black Panther’ to air commercial-free; 2020 MTV Video Music Awards: TV This Week

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“Black Panther”: In honor of Chadwick Boseman, who died of most cancers on Friday, at age 43, ABC is airing the blockbuster film that starred Boseman as T’Challa, who turns into the King of Wakanda and makes use of his powers as a ruler, and because the superhero Black Panther, to save lots of his individuals. The film grew to become a phenomenon, and an inspiration to thousands and thousands of followers. (eight p.m. Sunday, ABC)

“Chadwick Boseman — A Tribute for a King”: An ABC Information particular will have a good time the legacy of Chadwick Boseman, who along with starring in “Black Panther,” gave memorable performances as iconic Black figures together with Jackie Robinson, James Brown and Thurgood Marshall. The particular will discover Boseman’s impression, and embody tributes to the late actor. (10:20 p.m. Sunday, ABC)

“2020 MTV Video Music Awards”: A remotely produced model of the awards present guarantees host Keke Palmer and performances by Woman Gaga, Miley Cyrus, The Weeknd, BTS, and extra. (eight p.m. Sunday, MTV)

“Love Fraud”: A four-part documentary sequence tells the story of a con artist who has a historical past of focusing on girls who’re searching for romantic relationships. Within the sequence, a few of his victims take middle stage as they attempt to discover justice. (9 p.m. Sunday, Showtime)

“Supernanny”: Jo Frost returns for extra episodes during which she helps mother and father cope with their offspring. (eight p.m. Tuesday, Lifetime)

“Transplant”: With manufacturing slowed due to the coronavirus, right here’s one other instance of U.S. networks programming reveals from elsewhere. This Canadian medical drama focuses on a health care provider from Syria (performed by Hamza Haq) who relocates to Canada to face new challenges there . (10 p.m. Tuesday, NBC)

“Tyler Perry’s Assisted Living”:  A brand new comedy  a few household that strikes to a rural a part of Georgia to assist out a relative who has purchased a decrepit residence for the aged. (10 p.m. Wednesday, BET)

Streaming

“Bookmarks: Celebrating Black Voices”: The sequence options well-known individuals studying kids’s books written by Black authors, within the hopes of sparking conversations about race, acceptance and neighborhood. (Out there to stream starting Tuesday, Netflix)

“Chef’s Table BBQ”: The sequence visits cooks within the U.S., Australia and Mexico who focus on barbecue. (Out there to stream starting Wednesday, Netflix)

“A.P. Bio”: The highschool-set comedy created by “SNL” vet Mike O’Brien was canceled by NBC, but it surely moved to the NBCUniversal streaming service, Peacock, for Season 3. Glenn Howerton, Patton Oswalt, Paula Pell, Lyric Lewis and different members of the solid return. (Out there to stream starting Thursday, Peacock)

“Raised by Wolves”: Ridley Scott is an govt producer of this new science fiction sequence about androids who’re elevating human kids on a planet the place they have to additionally cope with different people who’re threatening to trigger battle. (Out there to stream starting Thursday, HBO Max)

Already streaming

“All Together Now”: A Portland-filmed TV film about an adolescent who’s making an attempt to maintain an upbeat perspective regardless that she has been dwelling on a bus. The solid consists of Auli’i Cravalho, Justina Machado, Rhenzy Feliz, Carol Burnett and Fred Armisen, who frolicked in Portland when he was making “Portlandia.” (Out there to stream, Netflix)

— Kristi Turnquist

kturnquist@oregonian.com 503-221-8227 @Kristiturnquist

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