With so much television it’s hard to know when everything comes back on the air. Here is a list of all the upcoming premieres for this week!
Sunday, February 7th
Crikey! It’s the Irwins
The third season of the wildlife series premieres. The show stars the late Steve Irwin’s wife Terri, and children Bindi and Robert. We see them as they continue their mission to bring people closer to animals by traveling around the world and caring for animals in different settings. New episodes will be available every Sunday at 3:01 AM/ET on Discovery+.
The new series is based on older series, but this time has a woman taking the lead. Queen Latifah will star as Robyn McCall, a woman with a mysterious background who uses her skills to help those who need it and have nowhere else to turn. The cast also includes Chris Noth as William Bishop, Lorraine Toussaint as Viola “Aunt Vi” Marsette, and Tory Kittles as Det. Marcus Dante, Adam Goldberg as Harry Keshegian, Liza Lapira as Melody Bayani, and Laya DeLeon Hayes as Delilah. New episodes will air every Sunday at 8 PM/ET on CBS.
Super Bowl LV
The 2021 Super Bowl will see the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers go head to head. This year will be different as it’s the first Super Bowl in quarantine. Since it is in Florida there will be an audience allowed, although it will be a partial capacity. The game will air at 3:30 PM/PT on CBS.
Monday, February 8th
Battlebots: Bounty Hunters
The new series brings robots from all over the world to battle it out. The series will not only feature the fights but also highlight the design and build of all the robots, as well as the back stories of the builders. The series will be 6 episodes long with 4 episodes airing the first week, with the following 2 episodes will air over the next two Mondays. The episodes will be available on Mondays at 3:01 AM/ET on Discovery+.
Almost one year after the last season finale, the 4th and final season of the DC super hero show premieres. We will continue to follow Jefferson, who is now a high school counselor, as he fights against local corruption. While the details on the new season are pretty vague, we can be sure there will be some big storyline with Painkiller as there is a spinoff starring the character in the works. New episodes of the show will air every Monday at 9 PM/ET on The CW.
Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition
The new spinoff series will feature cast members from all four of the Love & Hip Hop cities. The series will touch on relevant topics including hip-hop, marriage and divorce, healing broken families, entrepreneurship, and the BLM movement. The cast will include, Apryl Jones, Bambi, Erica Dixon, Fizz, Joy Young, Judy Harris (Mendeecees’ mom), Karlie Redd, Momma Dee, Mendeecees, Ray J, Paris Phillips, Scrappy, Trick Daddy, Trina, Sierra Gates, Yandy Smith-Harris and Yung Joc with special appearances by Tamika D. Mallory, social justice leader and co-founder of social justice organization Until Freedom, and hip-hop artist and activist Mysonne. There will be 6 episodes with new episodes airing every Monday at 8 PM/ET on VH1.
Tuesday, February 9th
The popular reality show returns for its 9th season after almost a year and a half of being off the air. The series will continue to chronicle the events of the wives’ lives with this season seeing them handle pandemic and social injustices as well. New episodes will be available every Tuesday at 8 PM/ET on VH1.
The popular cooking show returns for its second season. Four pastry chefs will battle against each other for $10,000. They use baffling and sometimes unconventional ingredients to make delicious and thoughtful desserts. New episodes will be available every Tuesday at 3:01 AM/ET on Discovery+.
The Food That Built America
The second season of the show takes us through America’s culinary past premieres. series includes expert commentary from celebrity chefs, food writers, and entrepreneurs such as Adam Richman, Marcus Samuelsson, and Rza. This season will see some of the most recognized brands Pizza Hut, Oreo, Kraft, Mcdonald’s, Cheetos, and more. The season will be 15 episodes long. Though the series premieres on Tuesday, February 9th at 10 PM/ET, the series will then move to its normal time on February 14th, with new episodes airing every Sunday after at 9 PM/ET on History.
The new series sees Jack Osbourne and Ghost Brothers Dalen Spratt, Marcus Harvey, and Juwan Mass compete to freak each other out with the creepiest, craziest, most mind-blowing paranormal footage they can find. The series will be 10 episodes long with 3 episodes airing the first week. New episodes will be available every Tuesday at 3:01 AM/ET on Discovery+.
Wednesday, February 10th
Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel
The new series dives into one of the most famous haunted hotels in America. The Cecil Hotel, which offered part of the inspiration for American Horror Story: Hotel, rose to fame through many mysterious deaths, and the mystery of Elisa Lam. The entire series will be available on Wednesday, February 10th on Netflix.
Tough as Nails
The competition series is back for a second season. The show follows everyday hard working Americans as they compete in challenges that take place at real-world job sites including farms, construction sites, high rise buildings, fishing boats, and a Pick-a-Part where they need to build a drivable car. The winner is given the honor of being crowned champion and getting the Tough as Nails belt, though the others can still win cash prizes in team competitions throughout the season. The cast includes a steelworker, pipe welder, travel nurse, UPS delivery driver, and retired Air Force colonel who was a combat aviator for the Navy and Air Force, among others. Phil Keoghan is the creator, host, and showrunner. The season will be 10 episodes long with new episodes airing every Wednesday at 8 PM/ET on CBS.
Thursday, February 11th
The new series follows Clarice Starling one year after Silence of the Lambs took place. She will continue to confront her past and family secrets that haunt her while proving herself as a woman in a male driven career. New episodes will air every Thursday at 10 PM/ET on CBS.
Lovers’ Lane Murders
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the new mini-series will examine the murders that happened over a 4 year period in Virginia. Every year within the same 3 week time span, numerous young couples were murdered while parked at a popular lovers’ lane. Now, 30 years later, the killer or killers are still unknown. The series will try to connect all the murders to a serial killer, even though none of the DNA, fingerprints, or weapons match. The 4 part series will air over 2 nights, with 2 episodes airing Thursday and Friday at 9 PM/ET on Oxygen.
Friday, February 12th
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
The second season of the scary story reboot premieres. The series is based on the ’90s anthology show of the same name. The new season will be called ‘Curse of the Shadows’ and follows an all-new Midnight Society group of kids who learn of the terrifying curse cast over their small seaside town and are haunted by a mysterious creature known as the Shadowman. It will be 3 episodes long with new episodes airing every Friday at 8 PM/ET on Nickelodeon.
Buried by the Bernards
The new reality series follows the Bernards as they manage their budget-friendly funeral home while helping grieving families say farewell. The entire 1st season will be available on Friday, February 12th on Netflix.
Hip Hop Uncovered
The new docu-series will examine the genre of hip hop from the street culture that created it. It shows how America helped define hip hop and how it became as big as it is today. The series will be 6 episodes long and air 2 episodes every Friday at 9 PM/ET on FX.
If I Can’t Have You: The Jodi Arias Story
The special takes a closer look into the murder of Travis Alexander and Jodi Arias’ involvement. It will show the crime scene, scenes of the trial, and excerpts from Arias’ journal. It also will feature interviews with Arias’ defense attorney, friends of Alexander, and family members of Arias as it aims to determine if Jodi Arias is a sociopathic murderer or a misunderstood woman who actually acted in self-defense. The special will be available on February 12th on Discovery+.
The second series of the animation studio premieres. The documentary series shares personal and cinematic stories that provide an inside look into the people, artistry, and culture of Pixar Animation Studios. The entire second season will be available on February 12th on Disney+.
Judas and the Black Messiah
The film, which is based on true events, follows petty criminal William O’Neal who agrees to work as an informant for the FBI to infiltrate the Black Panther Party and take down the chairman of the Illinois chapter, Frank Hampton. The film will air simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max on Friday, February 12th.
The Map of Tiny Perfect Things
The film follows teens Mark and Margaret as they meet and fall for each other. However, the two are stuck in a time loop, re-living the same day. Perhaps it’s their similar predicaments that draw them to each other, but Mark and Margaret soon form a magnetic partnership. The film chronicles their explosive relationship, and how they approach attempting to escape their never-ending day. The film will be available on Friday, February 12th on Amazon Prime.
The new series follows Nadiya Hussain as she returns to baking, her happy place, and spotlights creative kindred spirits. The entire first season will be available on Friday, February 12th on Netflix.
To All The Boys: Always and Forever
The third film in the series follows Lara Jean Covey as she prepares for the end of high school and the start of adulthood. A pair of life-changing trips leads her to reimagine what life with her family, friends, and Peter will look like after graduation. The film will be available on Friday, February 12th on Netflix.