10 TV Shows, Movies, and Music Moments You Can’t Miss This Week

Christopher Rosa
·3 mins read

There are many TV shows and movies to get excited about this week, namely the Bachelorette premiere. Will it be the “most dramatic season yet”? Only time will tell.

And in between that drama, check out these TV shows and movies, as well: 

Sunday, October 11

The Vow Are you watching HBO's docuseries about NXIVM? Catch up before the new episode airs tonight, and check out this exclusive preview, below. 10 p.m. E.T. on HBO or streaming on HBO Max 

The Spanish Princess Part two of this gorgeous series, about Queen Catherine and Henry VIII, kicks off tonight. Watch the video, below, to learn more about what's to come. 8 p.m. E.T. on Starz 

Monday, October 12 

One Day at a Time Season four of this beloved series about the Alvarez family has found a home at CBS. Don't forget to tune in. 9 p.m. E.T. on CBS

Tuesday, October 13 

The Bachelorette There's been much buzz surrounding Clare Crawley's season. Now we'll finally get to see how it all came together. 8 p.m. E.T. on ABC

Wednesday, October 14 

Baroness von Sketch Show Season five of this hit series “explores surviving the apocalypse with your ex; the upside of mom brain; the downside of step-parenting; witch trials and tribulations; queer theory reading group vs. Pretty in Pink; the problem with superheroes; and much, much more.” See a clip from the show, below. 12 a.m. E.T. on IFC 

2020 Billboard Music Awards Following the Emmys' all-virtual format, I'm curious to see how the BBMA show adapts to these pandemic times. 8 p.m. E.T. on NBC

Thursday, October 15

Social Distance Read the official synopsis for this series, below. Streaming on Netflix 

“Set in the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic, Social Distance is an eight-part anthology series that showcases the power of the human spirit in the face of uncertainty and isolation. Each standalone episode is told through a virtual lens and captures the unique emotional experience of being forced apart by circumstance and having no choice but to communicate remotely and rely on technology to maintain any sense of connection. Through these varied and deeply human stories, Social Distance aims to provide some much needed catharsis during a tumultuous time while also capturing a snapshot of this singular moment in history.”

Friday, October 16

Only Child The debut album from Sasha Sloan is now out. It's a record dealing with both love lost and found. “I don’t believe in fairy-tale endings,” Sloan says, per a press email. “I still believe in love. I’m in a very serious committed relationship. But people change. Things change. I think friendship lasts forever. The love part comes and goes.” Available wherever you stream music

Meet the Chimps A National Geographic doc hosted by Jane Lynch about Chimp Haven, “a 200-acre refuge tucked deep in the forested heart of Louisiana, which is home to more than 300 chimpanzees,” per a release from Disney. Streaming on Disney+

Saturday, October 17

David Byrne’s American Utopia According to HBO, “David Byrne’s American Utopia brings the Talking Heads front man’s critically acclaimed Broadway show to HBO in a one-of-a-kind film directed by Oscar and Emmy winner Spike Lee.” 9 p.m. E.T. on HBO

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