There's no shortage of interesting TV shows and movies premiering this week—from the 2020 Oscars to the end of Homeland and a new Netflix reality show about blind dating. If you need something to watch to make the days go by faster, here's what we recommend.
Below, all the TV shows and movies to earmark for this week:
Sunday, February 9
2020 Oscars The show will have no host (again) this year. Here's hoping it moves quickly—and that Parasite wins Best Picture. 8 p.m. ET on ABC
Homeland The final season of this beloved show starring Claire Danes kicks off tonight. 9 p.m. ET on Showtime
Monday, February 10
Met While Incarcerated A new season of this reality series about couples who met while behind bars begins tonight. 8 p.m. ET on Reelz
Tuesday, February 11
Cherish the Day Read's OWN's official description of this new series, below. 10 p.m. ET on OWN
"OWN's new drama Cherish the Day, from award-winning creator Ava DuVernay, chronicles the stirring relationship of one couple, with each episode spanning a single day. The narrative will unfold to reveal significant moments in a relationship that compel us to hold true to the ones we love, from the extraordinary to the everyday."
Wednesday, February 12
To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You The sequel you've been waiting for! Lara Jean (Lana Condor) has a pretty dramatic love triangle on her hands, people. Streaming on Netflix
Thursday, February 13
Love Is Blind A new reality show from Netflix, on which eligible singles meet, mingle, and get engaged—before seeing each other face-to-face. Streaming on Netflix
Friday, February 14
High Fidelity The story is the same in this adaptation of Nick Hornby's novel: A record store owner revisits their past loves. Only this time, said record store owner is a woman (Zoë Kravitz). Streaming on Hulu
Saturday, February 15
The Thing About Harry A new gay romantic comedy from Freeform. Read the official synopsis from Freeform, below. 8 p.m. ET on Freeform
"The Thing About Harry follows high school enemies, über-jock Harry (Niko Terho) and out and proud Sam (Jake Borelli), who are forced to share a car ride to their Missouri hometown for a friend’s engagement party on Valentine’s Day. Things take a turn when Sam learns Harry has come out. Stuck spending the night together in a roadside motel, Harry and Sam begin to develop a deep friendship—with neither admitting a potential romance may be brewing—leaving them wondering if one road trip could change the rest of their lives."
Originally Appeared on Glamour