Worth Watching

Worth Watching: The Grammys, Oscar-Nominated 'Cave,' 'Work in Progress' Finale

And catch Adam Driver hosting ‘Saturday Night Live.’

TV TALK SHOWS

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Mon, January 27: Guests include Michael Strahan, Matt Bomer and Nick Thune.

Tue, January 28: Guests include Michael Bloomberg, Deepak Chopra and musical guest Rapsody ft. PJ Morton.

Wed, January 29: Guests include Blake Lively, Jameela Jamil and musical guest Roddy Ricch.

Thu, January 30: Guests include JJ Watt, Louis Tomlinson and musical guest Louis Tomlinson.

Fri, January 31: TBA

Mon, January 27: Larry David; stand-up comedy performance by Pedro Gonzalez

Tue, January 28: Antonio Banderas; Jay Hernandez, from the CBS drama “Magnum P.I.”; Coyote Peterson

Wed, January 29: Steve Martin; musical performance by Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers

Thu, January 30: Samantha Bee; Michael Stipe

Fri, January 31: Edie Falco, from the new CBS drama "Tommy”; Fortune Feimster

Mon, January 27: 1. Kathy Bates (“Richard Jewell”) 2. Cynthia Erivo (“Harriet”) 3. Musical Guest Kelsea Ballerini

Tue, January 28: 1. Magic Johnson 2. Ben Schwartz (“Sonic the Hedgehog") 3. Musical Guest Charlie Wilson

Wed, January 29: 1. Jessica Simpson (“Open Book”) 2. Lakeith Stanfield (“The Photograph”) 3. Musical Guest Orville Peck

Thu, January 30: 1. Renee Zellweger (“Judy”) 2. Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson (“Power”) 3. Musical Guest Caroline Polachek

Fri, January 31: TBA

Mon, January 27: Guest Keegan-Michael Key hosts "Brain Games," airing Mondays at 9/8c on National Geographic.

Tue, January 28: Guest Kumail Nanjiani is a writer and producer for "Little America," premiering on Apple TV+ on January 17.

Wed, January 29: Guest Jesse Tyler Ferguson hosts "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" on HGTV. Guest Ray Harrington is a stand-up comedian and filmmaker. Tickets for his comedy tour are available now.

Thu, January 30: TBA

Mon, January 27: Guests Colin Quinn (Upcoming dates at various comedy clubs), Julia Garner (The Assistant) and the cast of Jagged Little Pill (Jagged Little Pill is currently running at the Broadhurst Theatre). Chris Coleman sits-in with the 8G Band.

Tue, January 28: Guests Lester Holt (Nightly News with Lester Holt), William Jackson Harper (The Good Place) and Kevin Smith (Jay and Silent Bob Reboot). Chris Coleman sits-in with the 8G Band

Wed, January 29: Guests Kristen Bell (The Good Place), Desus & Mero (Desus & Mero) and musical guest Little Big Town (Album: Nightfall). Chris Coleman sits-in with the 8G Band.

Thu, January 30: Guests Leslie Jones (Leslie Jones: Time Machine), Max Greenfield (The Neighborhood) and Taika Waititi (Jojo Rabbit). Chris Coleman sits-in with the 8G Band.

Fri, January 31: Guests Aidy Bryant (Shrill, SNL), Day Drinking with Jonas Brothers, and Rep. Eric Swalwell (U.S. Representative in California’s 15th Congressional District). Adam Marcello sits-in with the 8G Band.

Mon, January 27: Talk and musical performance by Sting; Caitriona Balfe

Tue, January 28: Cynthia Erivo; Ashton Kutcher; chat and musical performance by BTS featuring their late night debut of new song “Black Swan

Wed, January 29: Kumail Nanjiani; Dan Levy; musical performance by Celeste

Thu, January 30: Antonio Banderas; musical performance by Kesha

Fri, January 31: Rachel Brosnahan; RuPaul Charles

Mon, January 27: “The View” honors International Holocaust Remembrance Day with the story of survivors Mikhl and Millie Baran; “View Your Deal” with hottest items at affordable prices

Tue, January 28: Joseph “Rev Run” Simmons and Justine Simmons (“Old School Love”); Angella Henry, Michelle Kenney and Alissa Findley, whose sons and brother were fatally shot by the police, unify to raise awareness and create changeces

Wed, January 29: President Trump impeachment defense lawyer Alan Dershowitz; Ilana Glazer (“Ilana Glazer: The Planet Is Burning”)

Thu, January 30: Jameela Jamil (“The Good Place”); Tommy Davidson (author, “Living in Color”)

Fri, January 31: Performance from Wayne Brady (“The Masked Singer”); Super Bowl snacks from chef Michael Symon (author, “Fix It With Food: More Than 125 Recipes to Address Autoimmune Issues and Inflammation: A Cookbook”)

The-Talk

Mon, January 27: Host Sharon Osbourne shares highlights from the GRAMMY Awards red carpet; GRAMMY Award-winning singer Dionne Warwick

Tue, January 28: Actress and singer Chrissy Metz

Wed, January 29: Singer Billy Ray Cyrus discusses his new album “The Singin’ Sessions, Vol. 1 Sunset” and performs live

Thu, January 30: TBA

Fri, January 31: Television personality, actress and model Tyra Banks

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Mon, January 27: Kelly and Ryan welcome BILL PULLMAN to discuss the series “The Sinner,” and JORDAN FISHER talks about the upcoming film “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.” Plus, K-Pop band STRAY KIDS makes its national TV debut with a performance.

Tue, January 28: MATT BOMER sits down with Kelly and Ryan to talk about “The Sinner,” and WABC-TV entertainment reporter SANDY KENYON previews the upcoming Oscars®.

Wed, January 29: Kelly and Ryan visit with Oscars nominee ANTONIO BANDERAS to talk about his role in the film “Pain and Glory.” Editor-in-Chief of Lifewire, LANCE ULANOFF, demonstrates some of the latest technology from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show as part of “Live”’s Jan-New-Ary.

Thu, January 30: “The Neighborhood” star MAX GREENFIELD stops by.

Fri, January 31: Kelly and Ryan chat with actress BLAKE LIVELY about the film ”The Rhythm Section.” In addition, LITTLE BIG TOWN performs ”Overdrinking” from their album ”Nightfall.”

Sun, January 26: WWHL WITH ANDY COHEN DARK

Mon, January 27: KEVIN DOBSON and JEMELE HILL

Tue, January 28: TOM SANDOVAL and AIDY BRYANT

Wed, January 29: MEGHAN MCCAIN and MELISSA GORGA

Thu, January 30: DESUS NICE and THE KID MERO

Unusual Find

A&E’s 60 Days In (Thursdays 10/9c) goes inside Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail, one of the most dangerous facilities in the country, where everyday people go undercover posing as inmates. This season, one of the participants goes “full inmate,” blowing their cover and turning the entire program on its head. Faced with rampant drug problems, a powerful gang population and the constant threat of violence, this is one wild look inside prison walls.