Premieres For The Week Of February 14th, 2021

We have everything happening in TV and film this week, including ‘Temptation Island’, ‘Good Trouble’, ‘For All Mankind’, ‘Kenan’, ‘Queen Sugar’ and more!

Briana Phipps

AfterBuzz TV Producer, Host & Writer
Posted On: February 16th, 2021 1:03 pm pst

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We have another week of hit tv premiering this week.

From comedy, reality, competition, drama, and of course true crime, we have the entire list of what to watch this week!

Sunday February 14th 

90 Day Fiancé: Love Games

One of the main questions when watching 90 Day Fiancé is how well do these couples really know each other, especially the ones who get married after only meeting once. We now have this new game show that answers that exact question. Twenty four couples from the  90 Day universe will compete against each other by playing different games to see who knows their partner best. Each game dwindles it down till one couple is left to claim the 90 Day trophy! The series will premiere with 3 episodes and will have 17 episodes in total. New episodes will be available every Sunday at 3:01am on Discovery+.

90 Day Fiancé: Lovers Connection 

Haven’t seen 90 Day Fiancé before and don’t want to have to watch all the previous seasons? Well no worries this show will catch you up on all of the biggest and most unforgettable moments from the couples! Each episode will show different aspects of the show, the first episode shows large displays of love, the second episode will handle weddings, the third is family encounters, the fourth is red flags, the fifth is most outrageous things the couples have said, and the last covering the Tell Alls. All 6 episodes are currently available on Discovery+.

American Idol 

The fourth season of the singing competition show premieres. Fourth if you’re counting by reboot, nineteenth if you’re counting by the original series. Judges will include Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie, with Ryan Seacrest returning to host. Bobby Bones will also be returning as the in-house mentor. New episodes will air every Sunday at 8pm ET on ABC.

Bless the Harts 

The animated series returns for its second season. The series follows a Southern family that is always broke and struggling to make ends meet. They have dreams to accomplish the American dream and become rich, but already have the riches of friends and family. The series stars Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Jillian Bell, Ike Barinholtz and Kumail Nanjani. New episodes will air every Sunday at 7:30pm ET on FOX.

Cherries Wild 

This new competition series hosted by Jason Biggs will feature a team of two contestants vying to win $250,000. It will consist of two rounds of pop culture trivia and end with the contestants pulling the lever of a gigantic slot machine in hopes of landing of five Wild Cherries to win the ultimate prize. New episodes will air every Sunday at 7pm ET on FOX.

Evil Lives Here

The ninth season of the true crime series premieres. The show features people recounting true stories about living with sociopathic friends or family that have committed horrendous crimes. The season will be nine episodes long with new episodes being available every Sunday at 3:01am ET on Discovery+ and at 9pm ET on ID.

The Great North 

The new animated series comes from the same creator of Bob’s Burgers Loren Bouchard, and is created, written and executive produced by Bob’s Burgers writers and executive producers Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Logelin and writer Minty Lewis. The series follows the Tobin family, single father, Beef, his children, and their adventures in Alaska. The show stars Nick Offerman, Jenny Slate, Will Forte, Dulcé Sloan, Paul Rust, Aparna Nancherla, Megan Mullaly, and Alanis Morissette. New episodes will air every Sunday at 8:30pm ET on FOX.

Lincoln: Divided We Stand 

The new documentary series is narrated by actor Sterling K. Brown and takes a comprehensive look at Abraham Lincoln’s story. It will explore both his personal life and his political career. It will feature a mix of expert interviews, cinematic recreations, rare artifacts, and never before broadcast photos and letters to take viewers on a transcendent journey into the life and times of this iconic U.S. president. The series will be six episodes long and new episodes will air every Sunday at 10pm ET on CNN.

The Luminaries 

The new series which is based on Catton’s Man Booker Prize-winning novel of the same name, is set on the Wild West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island in the boom years of the 1860s gold rush. The story follows young adventurer Anna Wetherell, who has sailed from Britain to New Zealand to begin a new life and then meets Emery Staines. Their encounter triggers a strange kind of magic that neither can explain. The limited series will be six episodes long with new episodes airing every Sunday at 9:30pm ET on STARZ.

Men in Kilts: A Roadtrip With Sam and Graham 

The new series will take viewers to the heart of Scotland at Glencoe, the site of a great massacre and major clan feud to Inverness and the Culloden battlefield, the site of a great battle and historic turning point, that molded Scotland as we know it today. The series will be eight episodes long with new episodes airing every Sundays at 9pm ET on STARZ.

Sister Wives 

The unconventional marriage show returns. This season, we see the Browns continuing to work through their new lifestyle of living apart from one another and the stressful decisions they must make about their future home. Like the rest of the world, COVID-19 puts an extra strain on the family and the Browns’ big gatherings and large parties that brought the family together are no longer able to happen. New episodes air every Sunday at 10pm ET on TLC.

Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy 

The new series follows Academy Award nominee Stanley Tucci as he travels across Italy to discover the secrets and delights of the country’s regional cuisines. Tucci will come with an open mind and belly to show how the diversity of Italian cooking offers a gateway through which you can glimpse Italy’s history and culture. The series will be six episodes long with new episodes airing every Sunday at 9pm ET on CNN.

Monday February 15th 

Momma Named Me Sheriff 

The animated series returns for its second season. The series features Old Town, Sheriff, Deputy Goodman and Dispatch, who work together to solve cases and uncover unthinkable mysteries. This season you’ll finally learn the meaning behind “roostering.” Plus Goodman gets lost in the desert, and Dispatch uncovers a secret conspiracy in Old Town. New episodes will air every Monday at 12:01am on Adult Swim.

Aliens in Alaska 

The new series will try to shed light on why Alaska is such a hot spot for UFO sightings and extraterrestrial encounters. It will feature evidence that will shock you as well as first hand testimonies from local witnesses. New episodes will be available on Mondays at 3:01am ET on Discovery+.

The Crew 

The new comedy series follows a NASCAR crew chief and his racing team. Things shake up though when a new boss enters their lives. The entire season will be available on Monday February 15th on Netflix.

Tuesday February 16th 

Animals on the Loose: A You vs. Wild Interactive Movie 

The new film gives you an inside taste of what its like when wild animals escape from their sanctuary. The film stars Bear Grylls as he pursues the escaped animals and helps secure their protective habitat. The film will be available on Tuesday February 16th on Netflix.

Kenan

The new comedy, which stars Kenan Thompson, follows the title character, also named Kenan as he tries to balance his job and his young daughters. Kenan is a recently widowed host of Atlantas #2 morning show. He also has to handle all of the “help” he gets from his father-in-law and brother. New episodes will air every Tuesday at 8:30pm ET on NBC.

Queen Sugar 

Season five of the drama premieres. Due to the shut down of season five due to the pandemic, and the events that transpired, Ava DuVernay completely revamped the season to address the pandemic, BLM, and political corruption and how they affected the communities and people of color. However, the season still promises to give hope and light surrounding the issues. New episodes will be available every Tuesday at 8pm ET on OWN.

Temptation Island 

The popular reality show returns for its third season. Hosted by Mark L. Walberg, the series features four couples facing issues in their relationship. Their answer? To pack up and head to Hawaii where they are then welcomed by 24 singles looking for love. The show will answer the question if the couples will find their love is stronger than anything, or if they give in to temptation. New episodes will air every Tuesday at 10pm ET on USA.

Where Murder Lies 

The new series shows stories of various murder investigations and then some. Through the investigation secrets and truths are revealed that will shock you. The season is eight episodes long with all the episodes available on Tuesday February 16th on Discovery+.

Young Rock 

The new series focuses on different chapters of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s life. From growing up in a strong and resilient family, to being surrounded by the wild characters of his professional wrestling family, to playing football at the University of Miami. The series will show the events and people who led Dwayne to who he is today. New episodes will air every Tuesday at 8pm ET on NBC.

Wednesday February 17th 

Amend: The Fight For America 

Will Smith hosts the new docuseries that takes a look at the evolving, often lethal, fight for equal rights in America through the lens of the US Constitution’s 14th Amendment. The series will be 6 episodes long with the entire season being available on Wednesday February 17th on Netflix.

Behind Her Eyes 

The new drama series follows a single mom who starts up an affair with psychiatrist boss. However, she becomes entangled in a twisted mind game when she also tries to bond with his mysterious wife. The season will be 6 episodes long with all the episodes being available on Wednesday February 17th on Netflix.

Good Trouble 

The Fosters spin-off returns for its third season. The series follows residents of Downtown Los Angeles’ The Coterie as they deal with the consequences of their personal and professional decisions and realize that sometimes standing up for what you believe in comes at a price. New episodes will air every Wednesday at 10pm ET on Freeform.

Hello, Me! 

The new series explores how to gain our confidence back, we need only ourselves. The series follows a woman who is miserable and unsuccessful thinking she’s lost her sparks, that is until her younger self appears in front of her demanding her to change. The series will be available on Wednesday February 17th on Netflix.

I Survived A Crime 

The new series takes viewers on a journey into the experience of being a victim of a sudden crime, from the moment those attacked first perceive the danger through the potential long-lasting effects. Using surveillance and cell phone footage captured during the crime, the series follows individuals going about their daily lives who were confronted with a dangerous situation and forced to make a quick decision on how to protect themselves or their families. The show is hosted by Gio Benitez and will be Twenty episodes long. Two episodes will air every week on Wednesdays at 10pm ET on A&E.

Thursday February 18th

It’s A Sin 

The new limited series is set in 1981 and follows Richie, Roscoe, and Colin as they first leave home at 18 and heading to London and into a virus that the world is ignoring. The series will span over the entire decade and shows how their life and the world changes throughout, especially as the virus goes from being ignored to a full blown epidemic. Together they will endure the horror of the epidemic, the pain of rejection and the prejudices that gay men faced throughout the decade. The series will be five episodes long with all the episodes being available on Thursday February 18th on HBO Max.

Playing For Keeps 

The new series follows a professional football team that are in the height of glory and living their best lives, that is until a murder takes place. The series is told from the unique perspective of the women in the football players lives. The season will be eight episodes long with new episodes airing every Thursday at 3:01am ET on Sundance Now.

Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan 

The Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure spin-off airs. The series will follow Spoke Kishibe Rohan as they scour the globe finding inspiration to truly capture the ways of the world. The series will be four episodes with all the episodes available on Thursday February 18th on Netflix.

The Widower 

The true crime miniseries will go behind the scenes of one of the most puzzling murder investigations. The series gives access to the alleged killer playing cat and mouse with the investigators and Dateline‘s cameras. The series will air over three nights starting on Thursday February 18th, the second episode on Friday February 19th, and the last episode will air on Sunday February 21st. The first episode will air at 10pm ET and the last two at 9pm ET on NBC.

Friday February 19th 

For All Mankind 

The NASA astronaut show returns for a second season. The series explores what the world would have been like if the space race never ended. It spotlights the astronauts and their families as they handle the fame that comes along with their positions. New episodes will air every Friday at 12:01am ET on Apple TV+.

Tell Me Your Secrets 

The new series revolves around a trio of characters, each with a mysterious and troubling past. Emma, a young woman who once looked into the eyes of a dangerous killer. John, a former serial predator desperate to find redemption. And Mary, a grieving mother obsessed with finding her missing daughter. As the story progresses the truth about their pasts and their motives grows more uncertain and the line between predator and victim blur. All ten episodes of the series will be available on Friday February 19th on Amazon Prime.

What are you most excited to watch this week?

About The Author:

Briana Phipps is a host, producer, and scheduling coordinator for AfterBuzz TV. She is currently the host for Teen Mom News Weekly and is your go to for all things Broadway! Whether you want to discuss intense TV dramas, the latest reality scoops, or the best guilty pleasures to watch she’s got you covered!

Founded by Emmy winning journalist Maria Menounos and Producer Keven Undergaro, artist-friendly AfterBuzz TV is the world’s largest digital broadcast network and pop culture news platform, producing post-game ‘after-shows’ for nearly all favorite TV shows, interviewing cast and showrunners and providing the widest video, audio and article coverage of shows, content and influencers than any entertainment news platforms in existence

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