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What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘The World’s Best’ and ‘Hillary’

What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘The World’s Best’ and ‘Hillary’

A new talent competition show brings together RuPaul, Faith Hill and Drew Barrymore as judges. And “Hillary,” a series about one of the first climbers to reach Mount Everest’s summit, is available to stream.

THE WORLD’S BEST 8 p.m. on CBS. This outrageous new reality show, hosted by the comedian James Corden, holds its second night of auditions. International musicians, dancers, martial artists, gymnasts, singers and more will compete for the judges RuPaul, Faith Hill and Drew Barrymore, as well as a panel of 50 experts from 38 countries, for the chance to win $1 million and the title of “The World’s Best.” The competition show, which debuted after the Super Bowl, is the latest spin on flashy TV talent shows like “The Masked Singer” and “The Voice.”

FORGED IN FIRE 9 p.m. on History. In a very different kind of reality-show competition, the sixth season of “Forged in Fire” brings together bladesmiths who show off their weapon-making skills for the chance to win $10,000. The show is hosted by Wil Willis, a former Army Ranger; J. Neilson, a veteran knife maker; Doug Marcaida, the hand-to-hand-combat specialist; and David Baker, a swordsmith well versed in ancient weaponry. As its name suggests, the series features a lot of fire, so it’s best not to try to replicate the action at home: In 2017, one aspiring bladesmith caused a massive blaze.

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