What's on TV this week: Billboard Music Awards, 'Masked Singer' and 'Law & Order' season finales and more

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“Angelyne” (Peacock): Emmy Rossum portrays the pink Corvette-driving L.A. icon famous for her shameless pursuit of fame in this new limited series.

“The G Word With Adam Conover” (Netflix): The host of “Adam Ruins Everything” sets his sights on the inner workings of the U.S. government in this new series.

“The Ipcress File” (AMC+, Sundance Now): Len Deighton’s intrepid British spy Harry Palmer returns in this 1960s-set espionage drama. Joe Cole ("Peaky Blinders") stars.

“Kingdom Business” (BET+): Gospel music's Yolanda Adams plays a legendary singer and megachurch matriarch in this new limited series.

“Legendary” (HBO Max): Ballroom culture is back in vogue in a new cycle of the reality competition. Judges include Jameela Jamil and Keke Palmer.


“A Perfect Pairing” (Netflix): A wine company exec (Victoria Justice) hooks up with a hunky Aussie ranch hand in this 2022 rom-com.

“Daughter of Shanghai” (TCM, 5 p.m.): A salute to Anna May Wong continues and includes this 1937 revenge thriller.

“Law & Order” (NBC, 8 p.m.): The reboot of the franchise mothership ends its season.

“Interrogation Raw” (A&E, 10 p.m.): See cops putting the screws to criminal suspects in this new docuseries.


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