That brings us directly to what to watch this week.
Welcome to the wonderful world of the reboot sequel.
“And Just Like That…” is streaming on HBO Max.
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“Welcome to Earth”
Will Smith is still trying to save the planet.
One of the ways to get people to care about the environment is to remind them of the wonders of the world.
The National Geographic six-part limited series airs on Disney +.
This was also the case after “Queen & Slim” actor Jodie Turner-Smith was cast to play Henry VIII’s wife Anne Boleyn in a limited series named after the tragic British Queen who been executed on her husband’s orders.
Turner-Smith royally embodies the doomed royal in her dying days in this story which is as much a psychological as it is historical drama.
“Anne Boleyn” is streaming on AMC +.
Two things to listen to
Since we started with the early vibe of “Sex and the City” and Girlfriends, let’s stick to that.
The new ABC series “Queens” stars some celebs from that era, singers Brandy and Naturi Naughton, as well as rapper Eve, as members of a girl group who try to put their past problems behind them to get them. reunite for fame and fortune.
The music is almost like another character on the show, so I was thrilled when the soundtrack came out because, naturally, it’s fire.
It is currently broadcast on various music services.
Awwww, Kelly Clarkson.
Having lived through the end of her marriage, the coach of “The Voice” knows that this time of year is not easy for some people.
She added: “It’s been a very difficult year for a lot of us. And I wrote this song for myself, but also because there aren’t a lot of holiday songs for people who are going. feel lonely or lost or just plain sad. “
The song To Soothe Any Melancholy Soul is currently streaming.
One thing to say
Taylor Swift continues to be a class act.
It was a gentle gesture to honor McLean, whose iconic hit, “American Pie,” won the title in 1972.
Her song is about eight minutes and 37 seconds long, while hers is just over 10 minutes long.
A way to pay homage to an elder, Tay.
Something to sip
“To this day, I still don’t know what got into me,” admitted the British royal in an episode of Apple Fitness + ‘s “Time to Walk” audio series.
“Honestly, even now I’m complaining about what happened next, and I don’t understand why I gave in,” he recalls. “But, frankly, if Taylor Swift looks you in the eye, touches your arm and says, ‘Come with me. … “I stood up like a puppy and said,” Yeah, okay, that sounds like a great idea. I will follow you.'”
So he hopped on the mic and tried to make the most of it.
What a prince of a guy.