What to Watch Today

Jamie Foxx Is Sitcom Dad, Tough as Nails Winner Revealed, The Circle Season 2 and More

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On TV this Wednesday: Jamie Foxx returns to his sitcom roots, Tough as Nails crowns its latest champ, and The Circle may prove Too Hot to Handle in Season 2. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Netflix
    The Circle

    Season 2 premiere (first four episodes): Too Hot to Handle‘s Chloe and (mayyyybe) *NSYNC’s Lance Bass are among this cycle’s contestants. (Watch trailer.)

  • Netflix
    Dad Stop Embarrassing Me

    Series premiere (all eight episodes): Jamie Foxx plays a single dad who figures out parenting on the fly; David Alan Grier (In Living Color) co-stars. (Watch trailer.)

  • The CW
    Kung Fu

    In Episode 2, Nicky turns to Henry for help in her hunt for Zhilan, and finds the mental clarity she so desperately needs. (Episode 1 earned an average grade of “B.”)

  • Fox
    The Masked Singer

    The Group A finals — featuring Orca, Robopine, Russian Dolls and Seashell — will determine who rounds out the Super Eight. (Latest clues and guesses!)

  • CBS
    Tough as Nails

    Season 2 finale: The final four crew members compete in a series of challenges to be crowned the champion and winner of the $200,000 prize.

  • ABC
    Home Economics

    In Episode 2, Connor enlists Tom’s help to write a wedding toast, while Denise is upset that she and Sarah never had a real wedding. (The premiere earned a “B.”)

  • ABC
    The Conners

    A surprise visitor has Dan feeling guilty; Darlene welcomes a new employee (BH90210‘s Brian Austin Green) to Wellman Plastics. (Why’d [Spoiler] die? And why Becky relapse?)

  • Freeform
    Good Trouble

    Callie juggles the murder case and her feelings towards Gael, who is facing an ethical dilemma; Mariana encourages Alice to take control of her life.

  • USA Network
    Queen of the South

    Teresa arranges for a meeting in New York between the Dominicans and the Russians.

  • FX

    In Season 4’s penultimate episode, Franklin fights for survival, while Teddy goes to extremes.

    On April, 14, 2011, ABC cancelled All My Children and One Life to Live in one fell swoop, after a combined 83 years on air. Can you name the two lifestyle shows that replaced these daytime sudsers?