2022 MTV Film & Television Awards; “Irma Vep”; ‘Mrs. Wonder’; “Queer As Folk”: TV This Week

“2022 MTV Film & Television Awards”: Vanessa Hudgens anime and Jack Black will receive the “Comic Genius Award”. (8 p.m. Sunday, MTV)

“2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards: Unscripted”: The honors continue in this event hosted by Tayshia Adams. (10 p.m. Sunday, MTV)

“Very Scary People”: Donnie Wahlberg hosts season 4 of the series which explores true crimes. (9 p.m. Sunday, HLN)

“American Ninja Warrior”: The competition returns for Season 14. (8 p.m. Monday, NBC; streams live on fubo TV, streams the next day on Peacock)

“Roswell, New Mexico”: The supernatural drama returns for its fourth and final season. (8 p.m. Monday, The CW)

“In the dark”: The drama returns for its fourth and final season. (9 p.m. Monday, The CW)

“Irma Vep”: Alicia Vikander (“The Danish Girl”) stars in writer-director Olivier Assayas’ reworking of her 1996 film. This version is an eight-episode limited series, with Vikander playing an American movie star who travels to France to star in a remake of the French silent film, “Les Vampires”. The cast includes Carrie Brownstein (“Portlandia”), Tom Sturridge, Vincent Macaigne and Jeanne Balibar. (9 p.m. Monday, HBO; streaming on HBO Max)

“The weakest link”: Jane Lynch hosts another season of this revival of the popular trivia game. (10 p.m. Monday, NBC; streams live on fubo TV, streams on Peacock)

“All Rise”: The legal drama was canceled by CBS, but is now moving to OWN for Season 3. (8:00 p.m. Tuesday, OWN)

“The Janes”: A documentary about an underground group of women in Chicago who, in the days leading up to the Roe v. Wade of the Supreme Court, provided services to women seeking abortions. (9 p.m. Wednesday, HBO; streaming on HBO Max)

Diffusion

‘It’s My Time With David Letterman’: The series features comedians in action, then conversations with the former late-night host. (Available to stream from Tuesday, Netflix)

“Mrs. Wonder”: Iman Vellani stars as a Muslim American teenager who finds her life changed when she develops superpowers. (Available to stream from Wednesday, Disney Plus)

“Queer As Folk”: A reboot of the series about LGBTQ characters hailing from Britain and reimagined as an American show, is now getting another iteration. This new version is set in New Orleans and features new characters, played by a diverse cast of actors. (Available to stream from Thursday, Peacock)

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-Kristi Turnquist

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