The Commercial Appeal



All times listed are Eastern/pacific Time. Shows air one hour earlier in Central/mountain Time.

All American

The CW, 8 p.m.

An unexpected event rocks both the Beverly Hills and Crenshaw communitie­s, bringing them together in surprising ways.

Fantasy Island

FOX, 8 p.m.

Reggie Austin, Selah Austria, Cree Kawa and Melinda Clarke guest-star in the new episode “#Happy,” in which a woman’s fantasy is to have her real life be as perfect as it appears on social media.

America’s Got Talent: All-stars: “Final Performanc­es”

NBC, 8 p.m.

The best of the best showcase their talent with incredible performanc­es in hopes of being crowned the first ever All Stars winner. The superfans vote to choose the champion, who will be revealed next week.

All American: Homecoming: “Behind the Mask”

The CW, 9 p.m.

Keisha (Netta Walker) works hard on choreograp­hing a routine for the upcoming masquerade dance but takes her frustratio­ns out on Cam (Mitchell Edwards).

Cassius X: Becoming Ali

Smithsonia­n Channel, 9 p.m.

On March 6, 1964, just 10 days after becoming heavyweigh­t champion of the world, Cassius Clay officially changed his name to Muhammad Ali. While the news came as a shock to many, Ali’s interest in Islam began five years earlier, before his gold medal win at the 1960 Olympics. Based on the acclaimed book by Stuart Cosgrove, this film explores the seminal years in Ali’s life when his public pursuit of a boxing title coincided with a secret spiritual journey, nurtured by the Nation of Islam’s most prominent figures, Elijah Muhammad and Malcolm X.

The Watchful Eye: “Stairway to Eleven”

Freeform, 10 p.m.

Tory (Amy Acker), Matthew (Warren Christie) and Jasper (Henry Joseph Samiri) try to find the best way to confront their grief and honor Allie’s memory.

History’s Greatest of All Time With Peyton Manning

History, 10 p.m.

If you have a sweet tooth, you’ll love this installmen­t of host Peyton Manning’s new countdown series, in which he takes viewers through the Top 10 candies of all time.

Quantum Leap

NBC, 10 p.m.

Ben Song (Raymond Lee) has been leaping into strangers’ bodies since the sci-fi revival launched in September. This week, his adventures hit close to home when the good doctor jumps into Kamini, the eldest adult daughter of Indian immigrants, in 2009 Portland, Oregon. Song is struck by the parallels to his own Asian American family, and “we finally get to see pockets of emotion that perhaps Ben has buried or forgotten,” reveals Lee. “We may even find moments of closure.” A perk of the moving episode? “You’re going to really want Indian food after,” the actor advises with a laugh. “Have Doordash on speed dial!”

 ?? SERGUEI BACHLAKOV/NBC ?? “Quantum Leap”

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