What's on TV this week: Marilyn Monroe, Michelle Obama, dinosaurs, Duran Duran and more

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Everyday folks share their humorous tales with “The Office’s” Ed Helms and “Fresh Off the Boat’s” Randall Park in the new series “True Story With Ed and Randall.” Anytime, Peacock

A nerdy guy and a quirky girl make for a comic-book store odd couple in the new kid-friendly sitcom “Warped!” 7:30 p.m. Nickelodeon

“Women of the Movement,” the three-part docudrama about the search for justice in the 1955 murder of black teen Emmett Till, concludes. 8 p.m. ABC

A newly sober 20-something (Sofia Black-D’Elia) takes it one day at a time in the new comedy “Single Drunk Female.” With Ally Sheedy. 10 and 10:30 p.m. Freeform


A trio of 20-somethings who are on the autism spectrum share life’s ups and downs, and an apartment, in the new comedy drama “As We See It.” Anytime, Amazon Prime

Jim Henson’s beloved puppet pals — no, not those ones, the other ones — are back in the series reboot “Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock.” Anytime, Apple TV+

An Iranian man is imprisoned for failure to pay his debts in acclaimed filmmaker Asghar Farhadi’s gripping 2021 drama “A Hero.” Anytime, Amazon Prime

Diplomats in 1938 try to stop what’s coming next in the 2021 historical drama “Munich — The Edge of War.” With Jeremy Irons and “Downton Abbey’s” Jessica Brown Findlay. Anytime, Netflix

Jason Bateman and Laura Linney are still in misery — sorry, that’s Missouri — in a fourth season of the crime drama “Ozark.” Anytime, Netflix

The new sports doc “Picabo” gets up close and personal with Olympic champion skier Picabo Street. Anytime, Peacock

M. Night Shyamalan’s disturbing domestic drama “Servant” serves up a third season. With Lauren Ambrose and “Harry Potter’s” Rupert Grint. Anytime, Apple TV+


Never on a Sunday, but sometimes on a “Monday.” Denise Gough and “The Avengers’” Sebastian Stan hook up in this 2020 charmer set in Athens. 8 p.m. Showtime

Tony nominee Brandon Victor Dixon (“The Color Purple”) performs on the season finale of “Stars on Stage From Westport Country Playhouse.” 9 p.m. PBS


Halle Berry and “SNL’s” Kenan Thompson are among the honorees at the Critics Choice Association’s “Celebration of Black Cinema & Television” hosted by Niecy Nash. 8 p.m. KTLA

A single woman mourning a deeply personal loss learns to take a chance on romance in the new TV movie “Don’t Forget I Love You.” With Emilie Ullerup. 8 p.m. Hallmark Channel

“Better Call Saul’s” Bob Odenkirk is “Nobody” you’d want to mess with in this violent 2021 drama about a family man with a dark past. With Connie Nielsen. 8 p.m. HBO

A woman descends into a criminal underworld to try to save a missing sibling in the new TV movie “Vanished: Searching for My Sister.” With Tatyana Ali. 8 p.m. Lifetime

Duran Duran — the British pop band so nice they named it twice — performs on a new “Austin City Limits.” 11:30 p.m. PBS


(Los Angeles Times listings editor Matt Cooper compiled this column.)


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