“Go big or go home” is clearly the motto of this new series, in which renovation experts Bryan and Sarah Baeumler pack up their kids and move to a tropical island, where they’ll undertake the biggest professional project of their career: renovating a huge, rundown beachfront resort in the Bahamas. In the series premiere, “Paradise Found,” the family arrives at their destination and almost immediately discovers that the island weather, wildlife and remote location will present unique challenges for them.
Originally, tonight was scheduled to include the annual Tony Awards telecast honoring the best of the latest Broadway season, which was cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. That same health emergency brought down the curtain on that live special, but CBS has come up with replacement programming that still salutes Broadway — sort of. This rebroadcast of the blockbuster 1978 movie adaptation of the musical “Grease” airs here with follow-along lyrics to encourage viewers at home to sing along. John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John and Stockard Channing star.
Chef Gordon Ramsay hits the road again to continue his global culinary expedition in Season 2 of this well-received series, which finds him feasting his way through South Africa, Indonesia, Norway and other locations. The season premiere finds him in Tasmania, off the southern coast of Australia, where he dives into shark-infested waters seeking giant saltwater spiny lobsters. The episode climaxes with Ramsay facing off against culinary nomad Analiese Gregory to prepare an epic feast.
Rising British star Michaela Coel is executive producer, writer and star of this new drama series about sexual consent, exploring how the distinction between liberation and exploitation often gets blurred in the modern dating world. Coel stars as Arabella Essiuedu, a confident, free-spirited Londoner who is on the cusp of a promising writing career, until someone spikes her drink with a date-rape drug, calling every element of her life into question. Weruche Opia, Paapa Essiedu, Aml Ameen, Adam James, Sarah Niles and Ann Akin co-star.