The stars of “Broad City” are visitor judges on “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” And “Mamma Mia!” is now on Netflix.
What’s on TV
THE CARBONARO EFFECT 10 p.m. on truTV. While Ashton Kutcher used many accomplices and set items to prank his victims, the magician Michael Carbonaro makes use of tips and illusions; he’ll squeeze a whole pitcher of juice out of one orange or get beetles to seemingly construct Eiffel Tower-like buildings. His present returns for a brand new season on Thursday.
RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE eight p.m. on VH1. Sometimes celebrities make cameo appearances on exhibits for the cash or the publicity. But for the “Broad City” stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson, their love for “RuPaul’s Drag Race” is real: “Somehow RuPaul made a reality show that’s empowering and anarchist and punk, authentically punk,” Ms. Glazer told Vanity Fair. The pair will assist choose the contestants as they carry out in a raunchy parody of “Westworld.” And Stephen Colbert stops by as properly.
KATE: THE MAKING OF A MODERN QUEEN eight p.m. on BBC America. Another portion of the royal wedding ceremony prelude begins with a documentary inspecting a special princess to marry into the household lately — Kate Middleton, who’s in line to change into the queen. THE ROYAL WEDDING: PRINCE WILLIAM AND CATHERINE MIDDLETON, at 9, appears again at their wedding ceremony seven years in the past.
HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS: PART 1 (2010) eight p.m. on HBO. While watching “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” on Broadway you would possibly neglect that it’s a play due to its astonishing visual effects. But you’ll always remember that “Deathly Hallows: Part 1” is a film, with its sweeping cinematic landscapes and soundtrack swells. This movie tracks Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson) as they seek for Lord Voldemort’s Horcruxes and evade his seize. A. O. Scott named it a Critic’s Pick in his assessment in The New York Times.
DESUS & MERO 11 p.m. on Viceland. The gleeful comedians Desus Nice and the Kid Mero aren’t terrified of roasting celeb targets — besides, maybe, the brawny Terry Crews. “Tread easy,” Desus said after Mero joked about Mr. Crews’s pornography habit. “I don’t want him chasing after us like in ‘White Chicks.’” But that they had a congenial dialog with him in October, once they mentioned his stints working as safety for Ice Cube and as an actor on “Everybody Hates Chris.” This time, they could focus on the surprise pickup of his present “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” by NBC after its cancellation by Fox.
MAMMA MIA! (2008) on Netflix. This musical arrives for streaming simply as Abba writes new songs for a (holographic) reunion and theaters put together for a sequel to premiere in two months. The Greek wedding ceremony caper options stunning landscapes and loads of star energy, together with Meryl Streep, Colin Firth and Amanda Seyfried; you may not get these songs out of your head till the subsequent movie arrives.