8 TV Shows and Movies to Watch This Week, Including ‘Only Murders in the Building’


There are so many TV shows premiering this week, from Only Murders in the Building to a Wicked special and a new Marie Kondo series. Here’s everything you need to earmark:

Sunday, August 29

Wicked in Concert: A Musical Celebration of the Iconic Broadway Score: Per PBS, this will be “a musical celebration of the iconic Broadway score written by legendary composer Stephen Schwartz.” 9 p.m. ET on PBS

Monday, August 30 

Laetitia: Read an official description, below. 10 p.m. ET on HBO

“Based on true events, Laetitia chronicles the disappearance of a teenage girl in western France. Left to reconstruct the teenager’s final hours for answers, investigators begin to uncover deeply troubling details of Laetitia’s and her twin sister Jessica’s upbringing. As they search to uncover the details behind her final days, this highly polarizing case casts a sharp eye on France’s legal system, police force, social services, and how a single act of violence can impact an entire country.”

Tuesday, August 31 

Sparking Joy With Marie Kondo: Read an official description, below. Streaming on Netflix 

“The home was just the beginning. Global organization icon Marie Kondo is back, in Sparking Joy With Marie Kondo. The three-episode series follows Marie as she shares her life-changing method with three deserving businesses, their owners and employees.”

Only Murders in the Building: Selena Gomez,  Steve Martin, and Martin Short star in this new comedy about three true-crime aficionados investigating a real-life murder in their apartment building. Streaming on Hulu 

Wednesday, September 1 

How to Be a Cowboy: Read an official description, below. Streaming on Netflix 

“Dale Brisby uses social media savvy and rodeo skills to keep cowboy traditions alive—and now he’s teaching the world how to cowboy right.”

Thursday, September 2 

Afterlife of the Party: Victoria Justice stars in this delightful movie about a party girl who has to make things right with loved ones after accidentally dying during a rager. Streaming on Netflix 

Friday, September 3 

Cinderella: Camila Cabello’s Cinderella is here! Streaming on Amazon Prime Video

Saturday, September 4 

Deadly Cheers: Another Lifetime movie about deranged cheerleaders. You know you love it. 8 p.m. ET on Lifetime

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