Best TV Bets with “The Handmaid’s Tale”, “Atlanta”, Emmy Awards, Monday Night Football, Naomi Watts

And on NBC Monday, the Emmys return with Kenan Thompson as host with shows such as HBO’s “Succession,” Apple TV+’s “Ted Lasso” and Hulu’s “Only Murders in the Building” receiving their fair share of nominations.

This covers Monday September 12 to Sunday September 18.

MONDAY

“Don’t Forget the Lyrics” 8 p.m. Fox (season one finale) — A single U.S. Marine mom continues her march to a million dollars, and a nurse with a karaoke superpower.

“74th Annual Emmy Awards” 8 p.m. NBC, Peacock – Atlanta native Kenan Thompson is the host.

“Monday Night Football” 8:30 p.m. (53rd season start) ABC, ESPN – Broncos at Seahawks.

“Industry” 9 p.m.. – After receiving confirmation that the London office will merge with New York, Harper (Myha’la Herrold), Eric (Ken Leung), and Rishi (Sagar Radia) team up to pitch their small global force to rival banks.

“Kevin Can Fuck Himself” 9 p.m. AMC — Allison decides to throw a surprise birthday party for Patty.

TUESDAY

“Jo Koy: Live from the Los Angeles Forum” 3:01 Netflix — Jo Koy takes the stage in a rousing stand-up about public sneezing, perseverance, the indignities of sleep apnea and getting lost in the Philippines.

“America’s Got Talent” 8 p.m. NBC — The last performance show.

“Academy of Country Music Honors” 8:00 p.m. Fox — Winners include Miranda Lambert, Morgan Wallen and Chris Stapleton.

“The Come Up” 9pm Freeform (new series) – A glimpse into the wildest feelings and vibrant moments that define coming of age in post-pandemic New York.

“Password” 10:01 p.m. NBC – Tony Hale vs. Jimmy Fallon.

WEDNESDAY

“The Handmaid’s Tale” 00:01 Hulu (debut of the fifth season) – June deals with the aftermath of killing Commander Waterford while struggling to redefine her identity and purpose.

“Heartbreak High” 3:01 Netflix (New Series) — An incendiary mural exposes everyone’s secret connections to Hartley High. Its author, Amerie, has to deal with the messy fallout as a total pariah.

“Our Father’s Sins” 3:01 Netflix (Limited Series) – When Lori Vallow’s children went missing, their search uncovered a trail of suspicious deaths, a new husband who shared her apocalyptic views – and murders.

“Hell of a Cruise” 3:01 Peacock — A dream vacation aboard the luxurious Diamond Princess cruise ship becomes a deadly nightmare in the early days of COVID-19.

“Big Brother” 8 p.m. CBS — Michael, the monster of the challenge, is finally ousted.

“Masterchef” 8 p.m. Fox – The three remaining chefs race against the clock to finish their final entree and whip up a gourmet dessert with the help of former judge Christina Tosi.

“America’s Got Talent” 9 p.m. NBC (17th season finale) — The winner will pocket $1 million.

THURSDAY

“The Good Fight” 3:01 CBS — As Diane encounters her first “therapy” session, she begins to see everything in a positive light.

“The Light in the Hall” 3:01 Sundance Now (New Series) — The parole of a convicted murderer forces the victim’s community to re-examine the past.

“Term” 03:01 Netflix – Legendary Turkish football manager Fatih Terim recounts his journey from his playing days to coaching and leading multiple teams to championship glory.

“Til Jail Do Us Part” 3:01 am Peacock (new season) – When their husbands end up in jail for stealing millions from Miami’s top drug lord, the foursome find themselves on the streets at his mercy.

“Liss Pereira: Adulting” 3:01 Netflix – Comedian Liss Pereira gets a sense of relationships, coming of age, and being somewhere in between – not perfect, but not bad.

“She-Hulk: Lawyer” 3:01 Disney+ “Will Daredevil show up?”

“Vampire Academy” 3:01 Peacock (new series) — In a world of privilege and glamour, the friendship of two young women transcends their startlingly different classes as they prepare to graduate and enter vampire society.

“60 Days” at 9 p.m. A&E — Quarantine is finally over and participants are starting to mingle with the general population.

“Alone: ​​Frozen” 9 p.m. History — The landscape presents unique challenges and new opportunities as participants try to maintain their weight; one participant’s landmark celebration reminds him of how far he must go, while another tries to move forward after a major setback.

“Atlanta” 10 p.m. FX (debut of the fourth season) – Official description of the first episode of the last season: Woooh chile, Atl is the ghetto these days. I’m thinking of moving to Miami where it’s safe. Leave all my exes on read.

FRIDAY

“Good Night Mom” ​​00:01 Amazon — Naomi Watts stars in this scary movie. Two 9-year-old twin brothers return home to find their mother covered in bandages after surgery and exhibiting a series of strange behaviors that lead them to suspect she is not their real mother.

“Bad Sisters” 00:01 Apple TV+ — The Garvey sisters band together as their fears grow for Grace’s well-being. Thomas finally gets a lead.

“Five Days at Memorial” 12:01 a.m. Apple TV+ (season finale) — Pou fights to defend himself. Schafer and Rider move their case forward.

“See” 00:01 Apple TV+ – Tormada presents his new weapons to the Triangle as Baba leads a group to the House of Lights to destroy Tormada’s arsenal.

“The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” 00:01 Amazon — No information has yet been released on the fourth episode.

“The Brave Ones” 3:01 Netflix (New Series) — An all-powerful goddess reincarnated as a young woman must harness her divine powers to avenge the death of her sister and protect her family from destruction.

“The Great British Baking Show” 3:01 Netflix (10th season) – This beloved reality competition series is streaming on Netflix three days after its UK debut

“My Dream Quinceañera” 3:01 Paramount+ (New Series) – Follows three Southern California teenagers – Bayle Delgado, Romi Herrada and Angelica Luna – who simultaneously go through fun and dramatic journeys to celebrate the birthday parties of their dreams.

“Do Revenge” 3:01 Netflix – A dethroned queen bee at a posh private high school makes a secret deal with an unassuming new student to get revenge on each other’s enemies.

“I Used to Be Famous” 03:01 Netflix — A former boy band star unexpectedly gets a second chance at success when he bonds with a gifted young drummer.

“Heathers: The Musical” 3:01 Roku – A live capture of the West End stage show based on the 1989 film.

“Mirror Mirror” 3:01 Netflix – This Spanish remake of the classic Grimm tale follows fair-skinned Snow White on a quest to regain her royal throne with the help of a team of sleazy dwarfs.

“CMT Giants” 9 p.m. CMT — A look at Vince Gill.

“Dynasty” 9 p.m. The CW (series finale) — A new butler starts working at the Manor and piques the Carringtons’ interest.

WEEKEND

“SEAL Team” 3:01 Sunday Paramount+ (sixth season start) – Raffi Barsoumian has been cast as Omar and will be a series regular, playing a SEAL with 15 years of experience and a deep understanding of the Middle East.

“Chesapeake Shores” 8 p.m. Sunday Hallmark — Various problems preoccupy the O’Briens; Mick denies his addiction.

“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” 8 p.m. Sunday Bravo — Kenya raises shocking allegations about Marlo’s true identity.

“The United States and the Holocaust” 8 p.m. Sunday GPB (new series) — This documentary, directed by Ken Burns, examines the rise of Hitler and Nazism in Germany against the backdrop of global anti-Semitism and racism, the eugenics movement in the United States, and race laws in the American South .

“The Serpent Queen” 8 p.m. Sunday Starz – Young Catherine begins to learn how to outsmart the royal house in order to secure her future after the death of her uncle.

“Power Book III: Raising Kanan” 8:55 p.m. Sunday Starz “Raq will do whatever she can to maintain the family business.

“American Gigolo” 9:00 p.m. Sunday show – Julian’s attempts to break free and start a new life of honest means are scuttled when his old lady delivers a cryptic message about a young girl’s suicide.

“House of the Dragon” Sunday HBO – HBO does not release any advance information about a new episode.

“Tales of the Walking Dead” 9 p.m. Sunday AMC (season one finale) – A haunting story of a couple traumatized by the apocalypse who may or may not be tormented by a haunted house.

“City on a Hill” 10:00 p.m. Sunday Show – As Jenny grows closer to Diarmuid Doyle, Jackie leaves the hospital and seeks revenge.

Corina C. Butler