What’s on tonight: ‘Cannon,’ ‘Young Rock,’ and ‘Superman and Lois’

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    Young rock (NBC, 8:00 PM) – Dwayne Johnson got very real in the interview discussing his tough teenage years and young adulthood, but the show focused on how he went about superstardom (of his last president Before ambitions) will focus on wrestling. . This week’s episode begins in 1987 when Dwayne pretends to be rich to impress a popular girl, but he is betrayed by his wrestling match at the flea market.

    Cannon (NBC, 8:30 pm) – Longest term member SNL (And he’s not leaving) Now breaks into the family comedy business where he plays a character named Kenan, who does what we all do: try to balance every aspect of life (and usually, To some extent, mess it up while doing it). Don Johnson co-stars, and this week, Kennan, Rick and Gary Cory work to uncover a deep, dark secret on behalf of Micah, and the Micah morning show wants to dig into tough news.

    Superman and lois (CW, 8:00 pm) – The world’s most famous superhero (Superman / Clark Kent) and most famous journalist (Lois Lane) are leading a more normal existence than working parents. Of course, they also have to deal with the stresses of that workplace, which may be more or less difficult than the invaders and observers of aliens landing on the metropolis. Stick to the behind-the-scenes special about this new series and the legacy of Man of Steel.

    Mixed-ish (ABC, 9:30 pm) – Paul gets a lesson on the cultural and racial significance of the Spades game when he crashes Dennis and Alicia’s neighborhood performances.

    Black-ish (ABC, 9:00 PM) – Olivia and Maxine accompany Bo and Junior to celebrate the latter’s birthday. While on the scene, Bo must deal with a strange close relationship.

    Jimmy Kimmel Live! – Senator Bernie Sanders, Soil Moon Fry, Lord Huron

    The late show with stephen colbert – Billy Illisch, Punchbonal News co-founder Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman

    The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon – Tom Holland, Andrea Day, Mary McCartney, Andrea Day

    Late Late Show with James Corden – Drew Barrymore, Storm Reid

    Late night with seth meyers – Colin Jost, Harvey Gulen, Raghav Mehrotra


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