‘Holey Moley 3D in 2D’; ‘The Celebrity Dating Game’; ‘Dave’; ‘Blindspotting’: TV This Week



Michael Bolton and Zooey Deschanel host “The Celebrity Dating Game.” (Photo: ABC/Craig Sjodin)


“Blindspotting”: Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal created this series, a sequel to their 2018 movie. Like the film, the series is set in Oakland, and Jasmine Cephas Jones stars as a woman who is forced to make some major changes in her life after her partner (played by Casal), and the father of her son, is arrested. Helen Hunt and Jaylen Barron costar. (9 p.m. Sunday, Starz).

“Tuca and Bertie”: The cult favorite animated series for grown-ups may have been canceled by Netflix, but it returns in a new TV home. Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong provide the voices. (11:30 p.m. Adult Swim)

“The Celebrity Dating Game”: The game show revival trends keeps chugging along with this revamp of the cringeworthy oldie. In this version, Zooey Deschanel and Michael Bolton host. Each episode, according to the show description “follows two celebrities who each pick one lucky suitor from a hidden panel of three bachelors and/or bachelorettes based on answers to a variety of questions. But there’s a twist! The celebrity identities will remain a mystery to their suitors, who are given clues via hilarious parody song performances by host Michael Bolton.” (10 p.m. Monday, ABC)

“Card Sharks”: The game show returns for Season 2. (10 p.m. Wednesday, ABC)

“Dave”: The comedy returns for a second season. (10 p.m. Wednesday, FX)

“Holey Moley 3D in 2D”: The miniature golf competition show returns for a goofy new season. (9 p.m. Thursday, ABC)

“The Hustler”: Craig Ferguson returns to host a second season of the sneaky game show. (10 p.m. Thursday, ABC)


“Generation”: The youth-centered series returns to continue Season 1. (Available to stream beginning Thursday, HBO Max)

“Intelligence”: The British-filmed workplace comedy that costars David Schwimmer and Nick Mohammed returns for Season 2. (Available to stream beginning Thursday, Peacock)

Already streaming

“Home Before Dark”: Brooklynn Prince returns for Season 2 of the series about a youthful investigative journalist who digs into stories and mysteries in her community. Jim Sturgess costars. (Available to stream beginning Friday, Apple TV Plus)

“In the Heights”: This isn’t a TV show, but interest in the filmed adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway musical hit is sky-high. The film will play in theaters, and also stream on HBO Max. John M. Chu (“Crazy Rich Asians”) directs a cast led by Anthony Ramos. (Available to stream beginning Friday, HBO Max)

“Love, Victor”: The series that follows up on the 2018 movie, “Love, Simon,” returns for Season 2, with Victor (Michael Cimino) out of the closet and dealing with challenges both at high school and at home. (Available to stream beginning Friday, Hulu)

“Lupin”: The hit French series returns to air more episodes of its suspenseful story about a “gentleman thief” (played by Omar Sy), who is inspired by the legendary Arsene Lupin. (Available to stream beginning Friday, Netflix)

— Kristi Turnquist

kturnquist@oregonian.com 503-221-8227 @Kristiturnquist

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