Looking to cool down in this sweltering heat? Look no further than to these new TV shows and movies, all premiering over the next few days. Give me air conditioning and the second season of Love, Victor, please!
Below, check out everything you need to watch this week:
Sunday, June 13
Love, Victor: Season two of this delightful show is now available. Victor’s self-identity and discovery journey continues. Streaming on Hulu.
Monday, June 14
Us Kids: An official description for this documentary reads, “Us Kids chronicles the March for Our Lives movement over the course of several years, following Emma Gonzalez, its cofounders, survivors, and a group of teenage activists as they pull off the largest youth protest in American history and set out across the country and globally to build an inclusive and unprecedented youth movement that addresses racial justice, a growing public health crisis, and shocking a political system into change.”
Director Kim A. Snyder tells Glamour about the doc, “For older audiences, I’m hoping they interpret the film as intended—a coming-of-age story with underlying themes of trauma against the backdrop of the unacceptable public health crisis of gun violence in this country. I’d like people to see this as an important historic documentation of a phenomenal youth-led social movement that leaves one questioning our complacency and ability to become more civically engaged.” Available on demand.
Tuesday, June 15
“How are you feeling today? What would you like to do? Meditate, relax, or sleep? You choose. Headspace Unwind Your Mind is an interactive experience that allows you to ‘click’ and choose your own, personalized breathing exercise. No matter what mind you have today, you can return tomorrow for an entirely different experience.”
Wednesday, June 16
Penguin Town: Read the official description for this docuseries, below. Streaming on Netflix.
“You’ve never met penguins like these before. Forget ice and snow, this rowdy colony of African penguins are hitting the sun-drenched beaches and breaking all the rules. Filled with boisterous shenanigans and loads of adorable penguins, this eight-part series from Red Rock Films about the real lives of African penguins brings flipper-flapping fun and drama. Join the ride…this town is gonna get painted black and white!”
Thursday, June 17
Black Summer: Nothing says summer like a new show about the zombie apocalypse, am I right? Streaming on Netflix.
Friday, June 18
Physical: Read the official description for this show, below. Streaming on Apple TV+.
“Sheila Rubin (Rose Byrne) is a quietly tormented housewife in ’80s San Diego, who, behind closed doors, battles extreme personal demons and a vicious inner voice. But things change when she discovers aerobics, sparking a journey toward empowerment and success.”
Elite: Inject season four right into my veins, please! Streaming on Netflix.
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