Masks are now a part of our everyday life. Is this good, common sense, healthy behavior? Yes it is. Is it also brilliant marketing by Fox to promote their popular reality, competition show? Perhaps. Here's what's new to watch today...
The Masked Singer (on Fox)
The Masked Singer is back on FOX! This season they have a 2-headed owl, because being trapped inside a claustrophobic costume alone, just wasn't weird enough. My guess...the Olsen twins?!
I Can See Your Voice (on Fox)
After The Masked Singer, judge Ken Jeong runs over to his new show: I Can See Your Voice. Here's how Fox describes the show's premise (and remember Ken Jeong actually went to medical school:
Actress Cheryl Hines and vocalist Adrienne Bailon-Houghton join host Ken Jeong and a rotating panel of celebrity detectives, composed of comedians and pop culture experts, and a musical superstar to help one contestant tell the difference between good and bad singers, without ever hearing them sing a note. With $100,000 on the line, the contestant attempts to weed out the bad "secret voices" from the good, based on a series of clues, interrogation and lip synch challenges. In the end, the singer whom the contestant picks reveals good or bad singing in a duet performance with the musical superstar, resulting in an amazing musical collaboration or a totally hilarious train wreck.
AGT Finale (on NBC)
The popular competition show comes to an end, for this season. If you tune in, you might see BTS or the return of the injured Simon Cowell?
RHOBH Secrets Revealed (on Bravo)Who's the CEO in Dorit Kemsley and PK's Marriage?
You got questions? So do we! Now Bravo promising to reveal more secrets in Beverly Hills.
In never-before-seen footage from Season 10, the story behind Denise's "Bravo, Bravo, F---ing Bravo" moment is finally revealed. Dorit faces mediation for her highly publicized lawsuit. Garcelle's new house is threatened by wild fires. Meanwhile, Lisa checks out a swanky Hollywood apartment with her daughter Amelia, and Erika hopes to stay in one piece after Kyle takes her for a spin in a vintage car.
Enola Holmes (on Netflix)
I feel like we should have known Sherlock Holmes had a sister?! Well, he does. Now she has her own story to tell. This project features a stellar cast including: Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, Helena Bonham Carter, Frances De La Tour, Fiona Shaw, Adeel Ahktar, Susan Wokoma and Louis Partridge.
Enola Holmes follows Sherlock's teen sister as she discovers her mother missing, and sets off to find her, becoming a super-sleuth in her own right as she outwits her famous brother and unravels a dangerous conspiracy around a mysterious young Lord.
Agents of Chaos (on HBO)
Directed by Academy Award-winner Alex Gibney, Agents of Chaos, a two-part documentary examining Russia's interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Oliver Sacks: His Own Life (On Demand)
Renowned neurologist and literary giant Oliver Sacks is posthumously celebrated in this profound, highly engaging, deeply personal memoir.
Gnomes & Goblins (for VR)
Gnomes & Goblins is an original indie production from Wevr, MWM, and Golem Creations that offers players a unique opportunity to explore an enchanted virtual world created by Jon Favreau (Director of The Lion King, The Jungle Book, Chef, Iron Man) in collaboration with VR Director Jake Rowell (theBlu, Call of Duty, Superman Returns).
Console Wars (on CBS All Access)
Console Wars takes viewers back to 1990 when Sega, a fledgling arcade company, assembled a team of misfits to take on the greatest video game company in the world, Nintendo. It was a once-in-a-lifetime, no-holds-barred conflict that pit brother against brother, kids against grownups, Sonic against Mario, and uniquely American capitalism against centuries-old Japanese tradition. For the first time ever, the men and women who fought on the front lines for Sega and Nintendo discuss this battle that defined a generation.