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Why It’s Worth Looking Forward To: Though some may know Hughes best for his collaborations with his brother Albert on scripted features like Dead Presidents and From Hell, he is a seasoned documentarian in his own right; in 2017, he directed the HBO documentary miniseries The Defiant Ones, about record producers Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre. Each of the Shakurs lived a big enough life to be solo subjects of a documentary series, but what should make this project especially fascinating is how Hughes shows the ways their work and legacies are entwined.
Fatal Attraction (Paramount+, April 30)
Stars: Lizzy Caplan, Joshua Jackson, Amanda Peet
What It’s About: Married Dan Gallagher (Jackson) fools around on his wife Beth ( Peet) with singleton Alex Forrest (Caplan), but while he regards it as a one-night stand, Alex isn’t ready to let go. It’s based on James Dearden’s novel, which was also the source for Adrian Lyne’s flashpoint 1987 film starring Michael Douglas and Glenn Close.
Why It’s Worth Looking Forward To: Anyone who just finished Fleishman Is In Trouble must be clamoring for more Lizzy Caplan, and though we’re sad she had to miss Party Down, we’ll take her where we can get her. The Fatal Attraction movie was a buzzy thriller in its day, but it could benefit from a contemporary update, and these three leads are always a lot of fun to watch.
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Girls5Eva**, season 3** (Netflix)
Stars: Sara Bareilles, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Paula Pell, Busy Philipps
What It’s About: In the late ’90s/early ’00s, Girls5Eva were a pre-fab pop group; now they’re mounting a comeback on their own terms.
Why It’s Worth Looking Forward To: Girls5Eva’s sadly underseen first two seasons suffered by being on Peacock, a platform that was, er, “up-and-coming.” Too few people knew it was a nonstop joke delivery system on the order of 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, with which it shared many common writers. (See also: the Saved By The Bell sequel.) A move to Netflix should help get it the visibility it richly deserves as one of the funniest sitcoms of the past five years.
The Other Two**, season 3 (HBO Max)**
Stars: Heléne Yorke, Drew Tarver, Molly Shannon
What It’s About: The extremely rapid rise of Chase Dreams (Case Walker), a teen YouTuber-turned-pop star, has unexpected consequences for his older siblings and their mother.
Why It’s Worth Looking Forward To: Like Girls5Eva, The Other Two is savagely funny, packing more jokes into one episode than most manage to do in a whole season. It’s also one of TV’s queerest shows, casually building scenes around Grindr fourgys and celebrity gay-baiters. Season two covered celebrity sex NDAs, sponcon, and sketchy churches as part of a broader arc about career burnout; season three could go almost anywhere from here, and wherever it ends up will undoubtedly be hilarious.
Justified: City Primeval (FX)
Stars: Timothy Olyphant, Boyd Holbrook, Aunjanue Ellis
What It’s About: Remember U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Olyphant), whose escapades—based on a series of Elmore Leonard stories and novels—were chronicled in Justified? Well: he’s back!
Why It’s Worth Looking Forward To: Justified alumni Dave Andron and Michael Dinner are at the helm of this limited series, which picks back up with Raylan in an adaptation of Leonard’s City Primeval: High Noon In Detroit. A perp named Clement Mansell, also known as the Oklahoma Wildman, is the quarry that brings Raylan to a new town. Nothing has been announced regarding a return for Walton Goggins’s Boyd, Raylan’s lifelong foil, and yes, Boyd ended Justified behind bars…but we can still dream of a prison break, right?