Back to work for Samantha Bee and Steve Harvey

Written by By Alana Marie, CNN If you love entertainers, you’re in luck: There’s plenty of TV to choose from this week, including a peek at the new “Dancing With the Stars” and a…

Back to work for Samantha Bee and Steve Harvey

Written by By Alana Marie, CNN

If you love entertainers, you’re in luck: There’s plenty of TV to choose from this week, including a peek at the new “Dancing With the Stars” and a taping of “The Soul Train Awards.”

“Dancing With the Stars” returns with a guest-filled season premiere, starting with the cast on Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

There’s no shortage of different viewpoints on “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee,” as the late-night host returns for her first show since the controversy involving her comments about President Trump’s daughter Ivanka. She’s been suspended for 10 weeks, but she’ll be back in the spotlight Monday.

Samantha Bee has been suspended from her hosting gig on TBS, but she’s back in the spotlight Monday. Credit: TBS

The R&B and soul music awards honor artists celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Soul Train franchise. The ceremony airs Monday at 8 p.m. ET on BET, CMT and Centric.

“Peep Show” actor Matt Stokoe and “Girls” actress Zosia Mamet are hosts of a new show called “Queen Sugar,” which tells the fictional story of the Bordelon sisters, played by Mamet and Dawn-Lyen Gardner, at the center of a Louisiana sugar cane-growing operation. The series debuts Sunday at 10 p.m. ET on OWN.

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