What’s on TV This Week: Oprah with Meghan and Harry, the NBA All-Star Game and more
Pro basketball’s finest hoop it up at the “2021 NBA All-Star Game” in Atlanta. The Brooklyn Nets’ Kevin Durant captains the Eastern Conference squad while the Lakers’ LeBron James leads the West. 5 p.m. TBS, TNT
Sixteen chefs enter, one chef leaves with the title in a new season of the culinary competition “Tournament of Champions.” Guy Fieri hosts. 8 p.m. Food Network
Desperate times call for “Desperate Widows” in this thriller about the horrors of human trafficking. With Justine Eyre and Olivia Stuck. 8 p.m. Lifetime
Intrepid reporters file their stories from hot spots at home and abroad as the newsmagazine “Vice” returns for another season. 8 p.m. Showtime
Ask your doctor if an eighth season of “Married to Medicine” is right for you. Side effects may include reality TV fatigue. 9 p.m. Bravo
It’s Coke versus Pepsi in the “Cola Wars” in this new installment of “The Food That Built America.” 9 p.m. History Channel
“Good Girls” go from bad to worse in a fourth season of this comedic crime drama. Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman and Retta star. 10 p.m. NBC
Six-time Emmy nominee Christina Hendricks thought her show “Mad Men” was “hilarious,” but most would probably agree it was a drama with comic moments.
North to Alaska, go north, the rush is on in a new cycle of “The Great Food Truck Race” set in the 49th state. Tyler Florence returns as host. 10 p.m. Food Network
“Super Sema” is your friendly neighborhood Afrofuturistic super heroine in this new kid-friendly animated series. 9 a.m. YouTube Originals
Have sledgehammer, will travel: HGTV’s finest will once again “Rock the Block” in a new season of this home-renovation competition hosted by Ty Pennington. 9 p.m. HGTV
Five young filmmakers in the Big Apple turned their cameras on their own families during the ongoing pandemic for the documentary “COVID Diaries NYC.” 9 p.m. HBO
My, my, my, “Delilah.” A lawyer and single mother faces off against her attorney BFF in court in this new drama. With Maahra Hill and Jill Marie Jones. 9 p.m. OWN
The sports docuseries “Last Chance U” begets a spinoff, “Last Chance U: Basketball,” about the coach and players for the men’s hoops team at East Los Angeles College in Monterey Park. Anytime, Netflix
Couples looking to shell out big bucks on either a “Marriage or Mortgage” turn to a wedding planner and a real estate agent for guidance in this new reality series. Anytime, Netflix
Show me what you got! “The Masked Singer” is back for a fifth go-round, followed by the new competition series “Game of Talents” hosted by Emmy winner Wayne Brady. 8 and 9 p.m. Fox
Under utmost secrecy and with limited time, costume designer Marina Toybina brings forth, lions and tigers and swans, oh my.
The “Q” stands for certain “quazy” conspiracy theories as the kids from the irreverent animated sitcom “South Park” return with a “South ParQ Vaccination Special.” 10 p.m. Comedy Central
Host Don Wildman probes a papal assassination plot and apocryphal accounts of a Nazi train laden with ill-gotten gold in the return of “Beyond the Unknown.” 10 p.m. Travel Channel
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition in “Coven of Sisters,” an imported 2020 thriller set in the Basque region in 17th century Spain. Anytime, Netflix
Those high schoolers are really feeling their oats — and each others’ oats — in the sexually frank, “Euphoria”-like YA dramedy “Genera+ion.” Anytime, HBO Max
Young people who struggle with stuttering learn that their so-called speech impediment is no impediment to speaking their truth in the new documentary “My Beautiful Stutter.” Anytime, Discovery+
Let them eat more “Cake.” This edgy anthology series is back with a fresh batch of live-action and animated comedy shorts. 10 and 10:30 p.m. FXX
The docu-special “Mission Possible: The Race for a Vaccine” tracks efforts to put the kibosh on the COVID-19 pandemic once and for all. 10 p.m. National Geographic
An Army veteran (“Spider-Man’s” Tom Holland) turns to crime to feed his opioid addiction in the 2021 drama “Cherry” directed by “Avengers: Endgame” sibling duo Anthony and Joe Russo. Anytime, Apple TV+
“Punky Brewster’s” Soleil Moon Frye looks back on the brat pack of child stars she ran around with in the 1990s in the new documentary “Kid 90.” With David Arquette and Brian Austin Green. Anytime, Hulu
A DNA-based matchmaking service wants to get into your genes to help you find “The One” in this futuristic drama series. “Betrayal’s” Hannah Ware stars. Anytime, Netflix
Here’s the pitch: Young people attend an international competition for aspiring entrepreneurs in the documentary “Own the Room.” Anytime, Disney+
The kooky cops of “Paradise PD” are back on the beat in new episodes of this not kid-friendly animated series. Anytime, Netflix
The aforementioned Oprah Winfrey chats with stars like Sharon Stone, Julianna Margulies, Priyanka Chopra Jonas and the late, great Cicely Tyson in new episodes of the interview series “SuperSoul.” Anytime, Discovery+
A woman’s unchecked mental illness and substance abuse issues lead to tragedy for herself and her family in the TV movie “A House on Fire” based on the Ann Rule true-crime bestseller. With Stephanie March and Shaun Benson. 8 p.m. Lifetime
Movies on TV this week: March 7: “Lust for Life” on TCM; “Platoon” on AMC and more
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