We've got superheroes, athletic legends, and a bit of drama with today's premieres!

Tyler Perry's Ruthless

Does this man ever take a break? Just after the second season of Tyler Perry's The Oval premiered on BET, he's back already, with the first season of his show Tyler Perry's Ruthless making its BET debut, after a successful run on BET+. This run on the main channel is surely in anticipation of the second season of Ruthless, set to premiere March 21st on BET.

Superman and Lois

The CW is of course the network that originally brought the Man of Steel to the small screen back in 2001 with the smash hit Smallville. Now, it seems they're back in action with Clark Kent with Superman and Lois. Superman adaptations have received a great deal of criticism in recent years from fans, but things look promising for this new adaptation airing tonight at 8.

MTV- BTS Unplugged

It was about damn time MTV brought Unplugged back into their lineup. The massively popular live performance show ran originally from 1989 to 1999, and brought us performances that will live forever in the heads of fans. From Ms. Lauryn Hill to Kurt Cobain, whose Unplugged guitar sold for $6 million, Unplugged coming back was vital. Bringing it back with the biggest boyband on earth right now (sorry Brockhampton) isn't a bad strart either.


Netflix launched their highly anticipated documentary on the Brazilian futbol legend Pelé today, a two part docuseries that examines both the man and the mythology of Pelé.

Pretty in Pink 35th Anniversary

The iconic 80s film Pretty in Pink is celebrating its 35th anniversary with a special DVD edition of the film. Here's my favorite scene from the movie, Jon Cryer AKA Ducky's dance to Otis Redding's Try a Little Tenderness.

Island Life 

Discovery+ is airing a brand new episode of the popular HGTV house hunting show Island Life on the platform, out today!

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Celebrity Page TV

Soap Opera Digest's editorial director Stephanie Sloane is back with our Sonia Isabelle to talk about Eric Braeden's interview & the first impressions that new stars had when meeting their on screen partners!


Well, this is it. The last one. At least for a while. Hopefully, I'm back in the fall, giving you guys all the juiciest under the radar entertainment out there. But, for now, alas, this is the end. I'm doing something special today. I'm giving the usual TV show, movie, video game, and album, but this time, it's not under the radar, or new. It's my favorite things. Things where if people I love haven't seen them, I slap them across the face and make them watch. But, enough sappy stuff, let's get into it!


Grey's Anatomy

For months Grey's fans have asked themselves if season 17 was going to be the last one. Well... We now have an answer to that and Station 19.