“The Four” (KASA-2 7pm) What’s that? You want another singing competition? Fine. Here. But you’ve got a problem.
“The Interrogation Room” (Discovery 8pm) Discovery’s voyeuristic new crime-reality show follows real-life detectives into interrogation rooms around the country as they quiz suspects in violent cases.
“Devilman Crybaby” (Netflix streaming anytime) Go Nagai’s legendary anime returns with this dark and demonic sequel.
“Child Support” (KOAT-7 7pm) Fred Savage (“The Wonder Years”) hosts this “Kids Say the Darndest Things”-esque game show in which edgy British comic Ricky Gervais asks questions of a panel of kids between the ages of 6 and 9.
A Tale of Two Coreys (Lifetime 6pm) Everybody’s favorite ’80s teen heartthrobs named Corey are profiled in this scandal-filled biopic about Corey Feldman (Elijah Marcano) and Corey Haim (Justin Ellings).
Never Too Young To Die (TCM 12:30am) This bizarro ’80s action flick features John Stamos (“Full House”) as a high school gymnast whose superspy father (one-time James Bond, George Lazenby) is murdered by an evil hermaphrodite terrorist (Gene Simmons). Naturally, he teams up with Prince protégé Vanity to defeat the flamboyant bad guy/gal. And yes, Simmons sings a song. Needless to say, you need to watch this to believe it.
“The 75th Annual Golden Globes” (KOB-4 6pm) Seth Meyers hosts, Oprah Winfrey receives a lifetime achievement award, and the nominees get to drink.
“Mother, May I Dance With Mary Jane’s Fist?: A Lifetone Original Movie for Adult Swim” (Cartoon Network 1am) This hourlong, live-action special began as a spoofy stageplay from LA-based sketch comedy rulers Upright Citizens Brigade. In it, an aspiring ballerina moves to a new town with her emotionally abusive mother to escape her physically abusive father—only to fall under the spell of a sensually abusive dance coach.
David Bowie: The Last Five Years (HBO 6pm) David Bowie quietly navigated the last few years of his life, putting out a critically acclaimed album and promptly passing away from a previously undisclosed illness. Here, documentary filmmakers look into those final, fruitful years.
“Undercover High” (A&E 8pm) For this documentary series, administrators at Highland Park High School in Topeka sneak 7 adults between the ages of 21 and 26 into the student body for a semester to gain “unique perspective on the issues faced by today’s teens.” Like exploitative docu-reality shows filming in your homeroom.
“Alone Together” (Freeform 6:31pm) Platonic best friends/millennials Esther (“Little” Esther Povitsky) and Benji (Benji Aflalo) navigate the vain and status-obsessed culture of Los Angeles together in this sitcom produced by The Lonely Island.
“Animal Crackers”(KWBQ-19 8:30pm) Retired footballer Dan Marino hosts this hidden camera show in which professional mascots surprise “unsuspecting passersby in the real world with hilarious pranks.” … Truly, the Golden Age of Television.