Let’s take a look ahead at the week’s TV highlights.
Also at 9pm, Bianca Del Rio’s Rolodex of Hate brings the Season 6 winner’s live comedy show to logo. We imagine there will be a LOT of bleeping.
On the new streaming service FullScreen, today is the debut of Filthy Preppy Teen$, a parody of teen soaps with rival queen bees scheming to be on top of the social ladder. Max Carver, Chris Parnell and Scott Wolf co-star with Tajh Bellow as a student who pretends to be gay to join the school’s powerful queerclique.
Need another reason to check out Fullscreen? How about the Electra Woman & Dyna Girl reboot with Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart.
At 8:30pm on ABC, The Real O’Neals, fashion arbiter Tim Gunn shows up as Kenny gets his first job.
E! debuts a new season of Botched at 9pm, as Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif work to help the victims of bad plastic surgery.
At 10pm, AMC’s The Night Manager returns, with Pine (Tom Hiddleston) seemingly gaining favor with Roper (Hugh Laurie), much to the chagrin of Corky (Tom Hollander).
Netflix ventures into new territory with the debut of Chelsea, the streaming service’s first talk show. Chelsea Handler hosts new episodes every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
At 9pm on Fox, the penultimate Empire of the season takes us closer to the ASA Awards—and finding out which Lyon will fall.
At 8pm on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, Callie and Arizona continue to fight over custody of Sofia.
ABC delivers the season finale of Scandal at 9pm, when the presidential candidates announce their running mates—except for Edison, since Daddy Pope has already made that decision for him.
At 10pm, it’s looking like BBC America’s Orphan Black will catch up with last season’s new clone, Krystal.
At 3pm, U.S. viewers will finally be able to watch the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, which airs for the first time stateside on Logo. It’s easily one of the campiest and most spectacular events of the year.
Drake does double duty as host and musical guest this week on Saturday Night Live” on NBC at 11:30pm.
On Fox’s The Simpsons at 8pm, Homer answers fans’ questions—live.
Then, at 9pm, it’s the last episode of AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead before the midseason break as Strand works towards his reunion with Abigail.