If, like me, you are craving a return to a slightly normalcy, as we begin to see some light at the end of an epidemic tunnel, let’s go into our pop life Chronicles world with options to see and hear something Start
This past year is definitely to learn how to pivot.
Because while things are moving forward, we are still very much in a global epidemic – and these shows are not going to see themselves.
For your weekend
Three things to watch:
‘The Handamid’s Tale’ season 4
Based on the dystopian novel by Margaret Atwood, the series has become a major hit for the streaming service.
“June (Elizabeth Moss) attacks against Gilead as a rebel rebel leader, but she takes risks that bring unexpected and dangerous new challenges,” according to the description of season four from Hulu. “Her quest for justice and revenge threatens her to devour and destroy her most cherished relationships.”
Go to them June !!!
‘Lucy the Human Chimp’
Janice Carter takes Lucy into the mammoth task of trying to help the chimp – raised as a human being – integrated into the wild.
This documentary tells the story of “an unbreakable friendship in the division between species” that begins with an experiment in suburban America in the 1960s and ends decades later in a remote African wilderness.
The documentary is now streaming on HBO Max, which is owned by the parent company of CNN.
‘Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse’
When bad people go to learn, you can’t kill people’s loved ones and run away with it?
Kelly aka John Clarke is adapted as one of the most popular characters in the Clancy Jack Ryan universe of the novel – and it is a great look for Jordan.
The film starts Friday on Amazon Prime.
Two things to hear:
Now, Michaels is focused on making him his own.
The singer-songwriter debuted for the first time Full Length Album, “No On Friday, in chronological order.
So are we, Sis. so are we.
You can take the woman out of New Orleans, but you cannot take New Orleans from Don Richard.
“Second Line” is out Friday.
One thing to talk about:
Sometimes it feels like the Internet is ready to separate everything from everything.
It was fun, and Close seems to be a particularly good sport to do it, given that he had already lost to the Oscars for the eighth time. (Like, seriously, Academy. What is it going to take ?!
Was the moment of levitation scripted?
almost certainly. We smelled the show’s music director Questlove around it.
There is no need to debate everything.
Ratings for the show fell 58% from last year’s telecast.
Theories abound as to why. I believe that one person has a “relaxed award show with stars at home”, another person’s unwanted glimpse behind the curtain that suggests great, All-Powerful Oz is not as great as we thought. (If this is not found, Google refers.)