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Hi there! As you look at how many great shows premiere this week, remember: TV is our friend, not something to stress us out! Whether you prioritize Pedro Pascal in The Mandalorian, a ‘70s rock band falling apart in Daisy Jones and the Six, or Season 2 of steamy Netflix drama Sex/Life, you’re gonna love it. In the meantime, M3GAN is now streaming on Peacock: have you watched yet? Happy streaming!
Even before Season 3 premiered, Pedro Pascal won the red carpet, more than making up for the fact that he remains mostly hidden in the titular bounty hunter’s costume. Let’s face it: It’s Mando’s world, and we’re happy to be living in it. (Plus Grogu!) If you’ve been thirsting over Pascal, check out his best roles!
Taylor Jenkins Reid’s best-selling fictional oral history of a ‘70s band ripped apart by drugs and sex finally arrives! Featuring original songs by the likes of Phoebe Bridgers, enough drugs to make Stevie Nicks blanch, and plenty of sizzling chemistry, we can’t wait to sing along.
If you didn’t watch Season 1 of this steamy, nudity-filled erotic drama, know that leads Sarah Shahi and Adam Demos—as a bored housewife and her bad boy ex—fell in love IRL while filming. Go catch up on the show (and that shower scene!) now to be ready for Season 2!
The OG of reality series is back with Season 44 (?!?). Once again filmed in Fiji and hosted by Jeff Probst and his dimples, it’s almost a nostalgic throwback to the days when reality show cast members backstabbed one another for a cash prize instead of for Andy Cohen.
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Think of it as Meet the Parents with a lot more Italian American stereotypes. Robert De Niro is an adorable embarrassment to son Sebastian Maniscalco in this comedy set during a fancy 4th of July weekend. Kim Cattrall and Succession's David Rasche play rich parents Tigger and Bill Collins, with Workaholics' Anders Holm and Jane the Virgin's Brett Dier as their spoiled sons Lucky and Doug. Directed by Laura Terruso, About My Father hits theaters May 26.
Timothée Chalamet auditioned for the lead in this TV series.
Rihanna played a pivotal role in two episodes.
This series was a prequel to an iconic scary movie.
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Reconnect with the withering disdain of your teen years thanks to this pitch-perfect gothic mystery, in which Wednesday Addams (Jenna Ortega) arrives at Nevermore Academy and must promptly solve a couple of grisly murders without cracking a smile. (And let her spirit guide you through your next nonsense work Zoom call.)
Before Season 2 premieres March 24 (with Lauren Ambrose and Elijah Wood!), catch up on what all the furor was about with this dread-drenched drama about teen girls stranded in the mountains after a plane crash—and the trauma-stricken adults they turn into. We’re here for Christina Ricci’s character actress era, tbh!
Marvel fans were initially put off by this meta series, in which Wanda and Vision find themselves living in a different sitcom archetype, from I Love Lucy to Modern Family. But for TV lovers, there’s nothing more real than dealing with grief by losing oneself in comfort viewing. Plus, it gave us the Emmy-winning song “Agatha All Along.”