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Lip Sync Battle
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 10 p.m. on Paramount Network
On Younger, they portray roommates and friends Josh and Lauren, but Nico Tortorella and Molly Bernard are in a Lip Sync Battle. The costars compete on the Paramount Network series hosted by LL Cool J and Chrissy Teigen. Among their performances, Bernard lip-syncs Funny Girl classic “Don’t Rain on My Parade” while dressed as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Tortorella gets into costume as Ariana Grande for “God Is a Woman.” —Gerrad Hall
- Queer Eye‘s Jonathan Van Ness and Karamo Brown channel Lady Gaga and Beyoncé in Lip Sync Battle first look
- Lip Sync Battle season 5 trailer: Queer Eye‘s Fab 5, Big Bird, plus a Mariah Carey celebration
- She’s a total Betty! Watch Alicia Silverstone put her Clueless costume back on for new season of Lip Sync Battle
Queen of the South
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 10 p.m. on USA
Queen of the South’s fourth season will herald Teresa Mendoza’s (Alice Braga) long-awaited ascension into her queendom. With trusty Pote (Hemky Madera) by her side, along with newly added Javier Gallegos (Alfonso Herrera), she’s unstoppable. But moving to New Orleans, where she’ll reign over the corridors from Sinaloa to Phoenix, will present serious challenges as the season unfolds.
Series fans can expect the premiere to start in the drama’s traditional style, with a flash-forward of Mendoza in her white pantsuit. It’s not long before she’s staring down at some men in fear for their lives, but they should know she’s not afraid to make difficult life and death decisions. As Pitbull’s “La Reina De Blanco” plays in the background, Mendoza reflects on what it really takes to be and remain the boss. “History and human nature have proven time and again, staying on top is never bloodless.” —Rosy Cordero
What Else to Watch
Paradise Hotel (season finale) — Fox
Unspouse My House (series debut) — HGTV
Hero Ink (two-episode series debut) — A&E
*times are ET and subject to change