This year’s show will unfold live at Changi Airport Terminal 4 and the HSBC Rain Vortex and the Shiseido Forest Valley at Jewel, starting with the Walk of Fame at 5pm (on the tarmac in front of SQ Airbus A350-900 aircraft!), followed by the main ceremony at 7pm (with the awards presented at various T4 locations). Overseas guests attending via satellite include Ella Chen, Kevin Tsai, Sandra Ng, Matilda Tao and Gigi Leung. With Guo Liang and Quan Yifeng as hosts.
Watch it on:meWATCH & Channel 8, Sun, 5pm (Walk of Fame) & 7pm (main ceremony)
Speaking of Jewel’s Vortex, where does the water come from? And how many types of police are there in Singapore? And what is the end of the MCE tunnel like? These answers and more in this 13-part docu-series hosted by Dasmond Ng, Ke Le and Herman Keh. (If you want more obscure facts about Sing Town, watch History Mysteries.)
Watch it on: meWATCH, From Tue; Channel 8, Mon, 8pm
To Your Eternity
Anime — based on Yoshitoki Ōima’s manga — about a shape-shifting immortal figuring out what life is like on Earth. Available a day after its premiere in Japan. FYI: To Your Eternity is part of the colossal 40-plus titles from Medialink Group’s Ani-One anime library that will be released progressively on meWATCH; other titles include Dr Stone, Overlord and My Hero Academia.
A realtor-cum-exorcist (VIP’s Jang Na-Ra) tries to solve her mother’s mysterious death 20 year ago with help from a con artist (CNBLUE’s Jung Yong-Hwa). Wait, a real estate agent who’s also a ghostbuster? How do the commissions work? Just curious.
Watch it on: Viu, from Thur
Victorian-era set sci-fi drama about a gang of women — led by Laura Donnelly and Ann Skelly — with supernatural powers facing persecution from conservative forces (read: Old White Men). Think The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen meets X-Men. Joss Whedon created the show but left the series amid allegations of misconduct on the set of Justice League and later Angel.
Watch it on: HBO (Singtel TV Ch 420 & StarHub Ch 601), Mon, 9am (same day as the US); HBO Go
Dad, Stop Embarrassing Me!
Jamie Foxx returns to his TV comedy roots (hello, In Living Colour and The Jamie Foxx Show! )with this Netflix series based on Foxx’s relationship with his teenage daughter (Kyla-Drew). Foxx’s In Living Color colleague David Alan Grier plays his father.
Watch it on: Netflix, Wed
Photo: Saeed Adyani/Netflix
My Love: Six Stories of True Love
Six elderly couples from six countries (South Korea, Japan, Brazil, India, Spain and the US) share the secrets of their long-lasting love in this docu which was filmed over the course of one year. Inspired by Jin Mo-Young’s 2014 award-winning docu My Love, Don’t Cross That River.