No one will accuse “The President Show” (10 p.m., Comedy Central, TV-14) of subtlety. But it transcends the mere impersonation and regurgitation of recent events so often seen on “Saturday Night Live.” Tonight’s episode, “The Fall of Donald Trump,” purports to be a news documentary from the year 2030, glancing back at President Trump’s (Anthony Atamanuik) remarkable trajectory.
Atamanuik is best at capturing the president at his most enthusiastic. He is basically the “Trump rally” version of the 45th president. Not to give too much away here, but we’re told after losing the House in 2018, the president went on the road semi-permanently in an 80-city tour known as “Trumpstock.” Kathy Griffin appears to be having too much fun playing the president’s combatively truth-dodging spokesperson Kellyanne Conway. John Gemberling plays future Steve Bannon as a conspiracy-obsessed vagrant.
- Two harrowing documentaries explore the use of sexual coercion as a means of war and terror. “Stolen Daughters: Kidnapped by Boko Haram” (7 p.m., HBO, TV-14) visits with some of the Nigerian schoolgirls released last year after being held captive since 2014. They discuss their kidnapping by the violent Islamic insurgents and their adjustment to a more normal life.
The “POV” (9 p.m., PBS, check local listings) documentary “The Apology” follows three former “comfort women,” Korean civilians who were among the 200,000 women forced into sexual slavery at the hands of the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II.
About 75 years after their release, they recall the brutality of their treatment and the subsequent decades of shame as they sought official recognition and contrition from Japanese authorities.
- Now in their eighth year, the Streamy Awards have become increasingly significant. Not to mention posh. Honoring the best in streaming video, this year’s awards are presented by Dick Clark Productions and take place at the Beverly Hilton at 8 p.m. They can be seen, or rather streamed, live on YouTube. The Try Guys are your hosts.