Welcome to the weekend edition of What’s On. Here are the highlights on TV from Friday, July 22nd to Sunday, July 24th. All times are Eastern. [Note: The weekly What’s On will publish on Sundays.]
1. Netflix breaks out from expensive stars gray man
Netflix, Friday, 3:01: Avengers: Endgame directors Anthony and Joe Russo are ready to release their next all-star action movie. Duet gray man, apparently the most expensive film Netflix has produced so far, which has starred a plethora of stars including Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Billy Bob Thornton, Wagner Moura, Dhanush, Alfre Woodard, Jessica Henwick and Shay Whigham. The spy drama follows a seasoned Gosling mercenary, also known as Sierra Six, who accidentally reveals the agency’s dark secrets and is targeted by psychopathic ex-colleague Lloyd Hansen (Evans). Here is an excerpt from AV clubreview:
For the most part, Netflix gray man it’s damn nice. It’s a throwback to the days when studios could safely rely on a couple of top-notch actors in an action movie script and a few big bangs, give it a competent director, and get a hit in their hands. It’s often more fun and engaging than some of the recent James Bond films.”
2. Try not to fall in love with British comedy trying
Apple TV+, Friday, 00:01: british comedy trying Andy Walton’s BBC/Apple TV+ joint venture depicts the sweet, slightly tragic and often hilarious journey of married couple Nikki (Esther Smith) and Jason (Rafe Spall). When Nikki and Jason have trouble conceiving a child and decide to adopt him, they face a whole new set of challenges. The third season will debut with two new episodes.
3. “Primitive” Gendy Tartakovsky returned
Swimming for adults, Friday, 00:01: Animated series that won an Emmy Award “Primitive” Gendy Tartakovsky starts the second season with two new episodes. primitive Set in an anachronistic prehistoric world, it depicts a bond between a Neanderthal named Spear and a Tyrannosaurus rex named Fang as they struggle to survive among the dangerous fauna and people living in their world. The show is a complete mixture of horror, adventure and fantasy.
4. Billy Porter is behind the camera Everything is possible
Prime Video, Friday, 3:01: Pose star and Emmy Award winner Billy Porter moves into the director’s chair for Everything is possible, a coming-of-age romantic comedy centered on a trans teenager named Kelsa (Eva Rein). The cast includes Renee Elise Goldsberry, Aboubakr Ali, Courtney Carter, Kelly Lamore Wilson, Grant Reynolds and Caroline Travers. Here is an excerpt from AV clubreview:
Everything is possible may be flawed for not being able to fully develop around the edges of its story, but the central relationships that hold the film together are so compelling that the rest hardly matters. Jimena García Lecuona is not just a story about trans teen survival, she wrote a story about thriving together through love, fellowship, and symbiotic personal growth.
5. Apple TV+ Launches Family Series Best Striker
Apple TV+, Friday, 00:01: family show Best Striker based on the book Just don’t fall on Paralympic athlete, motivational speaker and comedian Josh Sandquist. The series is about a 12-year-old boy named Josh (Logan Marmino) who is looking forward to going to public school after years of homeschooling. Along the way, he runs into the problem of how to get his peers to see his prosthetic leg and get to know him for who he is.
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