Welcome to the weekend version of What’s On. Here are the 5 massive issues occurring on TV from Friday, April 22 to Sunday, April 24. All instances are Eastern.
1. Barry returns after three years
Barry (Sunday, HBO, 9 p.m., season three premiere): It took three lengthy years, however our favourite hitman-turned-wannabe actor lastly returns to the display. The present will choose up after Barry Berkman’s (Bill Hader) cold-blooded killings within the monastery, and Gene Cousineau’s (Henry Winkler) realization that his scholar isn’t who he claims to be. To have fun, The A.V. Club is internet hosting its personal “Barry Week” this week. Check out interviews with Hader and Winkler, in addition to our catch-up guide. Keep a watch out for extra protection in addition to weekly recaps.
2. A buzzy coming-of-age collection hits Netflix
Heartstopper (Netflix, Friday, 3:01 a.m.): This British coming-of-age collection relies on Alice Oseman’s graphic novel and webcomic of the identical identify. It follows teenagers Charlie Spring (Joe Locke) and Nick Nelson (Kit Connor) as they try to determine their identities and a possible romantic relationship. The eight episodes might be a fast binge, we promise. Check again on Monday for a evaluation of the present on the location.
3. Oprah chats with Viola Davis
Oprah + Viola (Netflix, Friday, 3:01 a.m.): In this particular, the legendary Oprah Winfrey sits down with Viola Davis, who at the moment stars in Showtime’s The First Lady as Michelle Obama. Expect the actor to dish about her private life and thriving profession. Davis’ memoir, Finding Me, releases on April 26.
4. Magic Johnson tells all
They Call Me Magic (Apple TV+, Friday, 12:01 a.m.): Rick Famuyiwa directs this four-part restricted collection concerning the illuminating profession of athlete Earvin “Magic” Johnson. The docuseries affords a uncommon glimpse into his unimaginable real-life story of Johnson, from his journey because the face of the L.A. Lakers to how he modified the dialog round HIV by being open about his prognosis.
5. Another man falls to earth on Showtime
The Man Who Fell To Earth (Showtime, Sunday, 10 p.m., collection premiere): Based on Walter Tevis’ 1963 novel of the identical identify, this sci-fi drama facilities on an alien named Faraday (Chiwetel Ejiofor), who arrives on Earth at a pivotal second in historical past. The present’s ensemble consists of Naomie Harris, Jimmi Simpson, Rob Delaney, Martha Plimpton, Bill Nighy. Season one consists of 10 episodes. Look for The A.V. Club’s interview with Ejiofor on Monday.
[Note: The weekly What’s On will now publish on Sundays.]