‘The Longest War’; ‘The Masked Singer: After the Mask’; ‘Cooked With Cannabis’; ‘We’re Here’: TV This Week

“The Longest War”: A feature-length documentary from director Greg Barker and executive producers Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon (“Homeland”) which explores the history of the CIA’s efforts in Afghanistan. (10 p.m. Sunday, Showtime)

“Dragnificent!”: A sneak peek of the new series featuring drag queens who, in each episode, help people prepare for a special day, including weddings, high school reunions, and more. The show moves to its regular time period of Mondays at 10 p.m. on April 20. (11 p.m. TLC)

“Let’s Go Crazy: the Grammy Salute to Prince”: Maya Rudolph hosts a tribute to the legendary Prince, featuring guests including Morris Day and The Time; Sheila E; St. Vincent; Juanes; John Legend; Gary Clark Jr.; Common; Earth, Wind 7 Fire; Mavis Staples; Foo Fighters; Fred Armisen, and more. (9 p.m. Tuesday, CBS)

“The Masked Singer: After the Mask”: Nick Cannon hosts a “Masked Singer’ post-show, in which he talks to celebrity guests, who will be connecting via teleconference, about “that night’s best moments, stunts, games and impromptu musical performances.” (9 p.m. Wednesday, Fox)

“People Presents Harry & Meghan: A Royal Rebellion”: A two-hour documentary special about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and how and why they decided to exit royal life. (8 p.m. Wednesday, The CW)

“We’re Here”: In this unscripted series, drag queens descend on small towns to recruit locals to perform in a special drag performance. (9 p.m. Thursday, HBO)


“Cooked With Cannabis”: A new cooking series in which chefs compete, as the Netflix description says, “to get the hosts and special guests high on elevated cannabis cuisine with their artful use of leafy herb, THC infusions and CBD sauces.” The singer, Kelis, and Portland’s own Leather Storrs (Noble Rot) judge, alongside Too $hort, Michael Voltaggio, Nate Robinson, Ricki Lake, and more. (Available to stream beginning Monday, Netflix)

“Middleditch & Schwartz”: The comic actors Thomas Middleditch (“Silicon Valley”) and Ben Schwartz (“Parks and Recreation”) created and star in improvised comedy specials. (Available to stream beginning Tuesday, Netflix)

Already streaming

“Bosch”: Titus Welliver returns for Season 6 of the series inspired by Michael Connelly’s novels about an LAPD detective. (Available to stream beginning Friday, Amazon Prime Video)

“Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth”: An animated special celebrating Earth Day features the voices of Meryl Streep, Chris O’Dowd, Ruth Negga and Jacob Tremblay. Adapted from the bestselling book, the short film tells the story of a 7-year-old boy who learns how special our planet is. (Available to stream beginning Friday, Apple TV+)

“Home”: In this series, viewers will visit homes and communities in China, Bali, Chicago, Sweden, Austin, India, Malibu, Maine and Mexico, to see what creative minds can dream up. (Available to stream beginning Friday, Apple TV+)

— Kristi Turnquist

kturnquist@oregonian.com 503-221-8227 @Kristiturnquist

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