Best Movies & TV (November 18-20)

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With the holidays fast forward, more and more new movie and TV show releases are in and out of theaters. The long-awaited sequel to fascinated Today out with Amy Adams he’s all about singing like a songbird again, while in theatres, Ralph Fiennes unnerves a group of elites with his funky roster. On TV, new seasons of dead to me And the The sexual life of college students They are out to binge. But there’s more than just those picks to watch this weekend; Here’s what’s on existing existing:

You all demanded it, and now a sequel to fascinated He arrives on a magical trolley (aka Disney+). Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey return as happily ever after couple Gisele and Robert, who pack it up in New York City and move to the suburbs for their baby, Morgan. Although, when suburban life doesn’t turn out to be what Giselle had hoped (it doesn’t help that Maya Rudolph’s character Malvina Monroe terrorizes her), she goes to the dark side, wishing for a more perfect life, which, duh, doesn’t turn out well.

Available to stream on Disney+

Sunday marks the end of Elton John’s North American tour and his final US tour performance. It’s a bittersweet occasion, but the good news is that even if you don’t have a ticket to the show, Disney+ will broadcast the event live for its subscribers. Fellow musicians like Dua Lipa, Kiki D, and Brandi Carlisle will also be attending John that night.

Available to stream on Disney+

The idea of ​​traveling to a remote island to eat a sumptuous meal prepared by Voldemort himself (Ralph Fiennes) doesn’t actually sound appetizing or safe! However, Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult play the couple at the center food menu Who go to this remote island to get an expensive meal from a chef in unconventional ways, and from the trailer, these methods may be even more deadly.

Director Maria Schrader addresses New York times Stories about allegations of sexual abuse by producer Harvey Weinstein, based on investigation by journalists Megan Twohy and Judy Kantor and the book of the same name. Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan star in the journalists’ work to expose abuse. It’s not exactly innovative filmmaking, but it’s a poignant retelling of the events that led to his downfall.

If it blew through do not worry my love On HBO Max and Need Pugh’s double feature, her newest movie this year is now streaming on Netflix. Working with director Sebastien Lelio, known for films such as Wonderful woman And the disobediencePugh plays an English nurse assigned to watch over a young girl in 19th century Ireland who claims she hasn’t eaten in months. From there, it’s a slow burn of Pugh deciphering whether this feat was a miracle or an unsettling hoax.

Available to stream on Netflix

Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini didn’t have a season left as wine-drinking, corpse-hiding girlfriends Jane and Judy. In the third season of dead to me, the duo are in hot water after cops find the body of Steve (James Marsden), Jodie’s (Cardellini) ex-fiancé. And with Steve’s twin brother Ben (again, James Marsden) hanging around, so are things Not cool, Bob!

Available to stream on Netflix

The girls return to Essex College for more hot shenanigans, though not before cleaning up the mess they made last season. Kimberly (Pauline Chalamet) deals with the fallout from a cheating scandal, leading all of the girls to make up with the sisters. Plus, with hot brother Nico (Gavin Leatherwood) gone, it makes another hottie (Mitchell Slaggert) easily join the fold.

Available to stream on HBO Max

also! Read our broadcast recommendations from The weekend of November 11th. Vulture’s following list of weekend live-stream picks is posted online on Wednesday, November 23, just in time for the Thanksgiving weekend.

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