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Entertainment What to Watch on Wednesday: The Masked Singer kicks off wild, 'game-changing' season 5

14:42  10 march  2021
14:42  10 march  2021 Source:   ew.com

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The Masked Singer

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. on Fox

Season Premiere

Our favorite costumed reality show/fever dream is back for season 5 with some major changes. First up, Niecy Nash will be hosting the first half of the season, as Nick Cannon is out recovering from COVID-19. And for the first time, the show will feature an unknown number of wildcard rounds, which will have new masked celebrities introduced during the run of the season. There are 10 total non-wildcard contestants split into two groups: Russian Dolls, Seashell, Raccoon, Snail, and Porcupine in Group A; and Piglet, Chameleon, Phoenix, Black Swan, and Grandpa Monster will round out Group B. The show is also introducing its first "clue-meister" character, Cluedle-Doo! Not a contestant but rather a costumed celeb, he'll give audiences new clues the panelists won't see and might even crash the stage to help — or mess with — Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger, and Robin Thicke. And like always, the contestants have some pretty crazy résumés. This season's contestants boast a combined 26 Grammy nominations, four Academy Award nods, three Super Bowl appearances, and more achievements. The Masked Singer recently teased a performance from Russian Dolls, and fans already have plenty of guesses for who might be under the costume. —Rachel Yang

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Hear more on all of today's must-see picks, plus an exclusive clip from Chicago P.D., in EW's What to Watch podcast, hosted by Gerrad Hall.

Chicago P.D.

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 10 p.m. on NBC

When a fellow Chicago P.D. officer is caught on camera shooting — or did he?! — an unarmed Black man, Ruzek and Atwater are charged with arresting him, leading the two to butt heads about racial bias and the responsibility of all officers to speak up about excessive force and brutality among their ranks. But things become more complicated not just by the nature of the cast, testing their partnership in the process, but also when it becomes clear that someone does want them to make it back to the station.

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Last Chance U: Basketball

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Netflix

Docuseries Debut

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What ELSE to Watch

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The Challenge: Double AgentsMTV

Chicago MedNBC

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9 p.m.

The Real Housewives of New JerseyBravo

SEAL TeamCBS

Nancy DrewThe CW

Game of Talents (series debut) — Fox

Chicago FireNBC

10 p.m.

The ConABC

S.W.A.T.CBS

Good TroubleFreeform

SnowfallFX

Streaming

Design Star: Next Gen (series debut) — Discovery+

Marriage or Mortgage (series debut) — Netflix

*times are ET and subject to change

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The Masked Singer Unmasks the Grandpa Monster After Some Questionable Clues .
The Masked Singer just sent Grandpa Monster home as a wildcard contestant takes his place.Some fans had figured out that the Grandpa Monster was famous/infamous Youtuber Logan Paul, but it became extremely clear with this week's installment. He revealed his love of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and his love of fighting, and sang about his "Bad Reputation" before being voted off the show. He also, for some reason, started a feud with Piglet.

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