10 TV Shows and Movies to Bookmark This Week

This week's list of new TV shows and films is a mix of serious, necessary programs (like Netflix's new documentary Athlete A) and fun escape. (Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams' film about Eurovision looks like ... a lot!) These 10 titles below are the most lively releases in the series.
Sunday June 21
In the third season of Chi: the series' creator, Lena Waithe, will appear in several episodes as a candidate for mayor in Chicago. 9 pm. ET on Showtime
Monday June 22nd
Penn & Teller: Fool Us: The seventh season of this popular Magic Competition series will premiere tonight. 9 pm. ET on The CW
Tuesday June 23
Eric André: Legalize everything: Comedian Eric André delights this audience in New Orleans with topics such as fast food and text autofill. Streaming on Netflix
Wednesday June 24th
Transhood: Here is a description of this documentary from the IMDB: "This documentary was made over five years in Kansas City and follows four children (ages 4, 9, 12 and 15) who are redefining adulthood. These children and their families reveal intimate realities about how gender is reshaping the family next door in a never-before-mentioned chronicle of transgender growing up in the heartland. "10 PM. ET on HBO
Athlete A: Netflix's description of this documentary reads: "In captivating Athlete A, filmmakers Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk deal with the uncontrolled abuse in the world of elite competitive gymnastics. The film is equally devastating and inspiring and follows the IndyStar Reporters reveal the extensive cover-up and culture of cruelty that has been allowed to flourish in elite gymnastics, the lawyer who fights against the institutions, and above all the brave whistleblowers who refuse to be silenced Jen Sey and Julie Parker produced Benello. "Streaming on Netflix
Thursday June 25th
Lifetime presents Variety's Power of Women: Heroes on the front line: The women at the front of the coronavirus pandemic are honored in this special, which also introduces the Power of Women award winners from Variety, Cate Blanchett, Patti LuPone and Janelle Monáe . 10 pm. ET for life
The Twilight Zone: The second season of this restart starts tonight. Check out the trippy trailer below. The original is one of my favorite television shows, and I'm not kidding when I say Jordan Peele's remake blows it out of the water. Streaming on CBS All Access
Friday June 26th
47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards: The Talk co-hosts - Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eva, Carrie Ann Inaba and Marie Osmond - will host and the prizes will be awarded virtually in leading categories. 9 pm. ET on CBS
Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga: Here is Netflix 's official description for this film: "When aspiring musicians Lars (Will Ferrell) and Sigrit (Rachel McAdams) are given the unique opportunity to represent their country on the greatest song in the world In competition, they finally have the chance to prove that every dream that is worth having is a dream that is worth fighting for. "Streaming on Netflix
Saturday June 27th
Dark, season three: Netflix teases season three of this show: "The end is the beginning. And the beginning is the end." I'm already scared. Convince yourself of the trailer below. Streaming on Netflix
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