Where are they now? “56 Up” revisits the group of kids who have been documentary subjects since age seven to see where they are now. The original “7 Up” (young Tony is pictured at left) was broadcast in 1964 featuring children from different backgrounds to talk about their hopes and dreams for the future. Director Michael Apted, has returned every seven years to chart their progress through life.
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“The Voice” (7 p.m. KARE, Ch. 11) heads into the battle rounds, which means we’ll no longer have the thrill of seeing Adam Levine spin in his chair. Cher stops by to give advice and tells contestants they should seriously consider wearing wigs.
Michael Apted’s 60-year experiment continues with “56 Up” (9 p.m. TPT, Ch. 2). The acclaimed director checks back in with Brits he first started covering in 1964. The results are almost always fascinating.
Russell Peters, one of the best comedians working today, offers his latest stand-up special, “Notorious,” and four-part docu-series, “Russell Peters vs. the World” (Netflix). “Notorious” was taped in Sydney, Australia, while the docu-series follows Peters during his worldwide tour.