Personally, I like having both options. Speaking of which, let’s jump right into what’s available now.
After a tumultuous fourth season, the series picks up with June Osborne (Elisabeth Moss) struggling to redefine her purpose – and still scrambling to reunite with her daughter, Hannah – and Serena Joy Waterford (Yvonne Strahovski) trying to gain fame outside of Gilead. .
‘Atlanta’ Season 4
If you watched the show’s third season earlier this year, you either loved it or hated it. For me, the brilliance of creator and star Donald Glover shone through, despite the action mostly moving to Europe and being interspersed with a number of seemingly unrelated vignette-style episodes.
Season four returns to both a more traditional storytelling style and the town that gave the series its name. But don’t expect Glover to hold no surprises, because that’s totally his style.
The first two episodes of season four of “Atlanta” begin airing on FX at 10 p.m. ET/PT and will be available on Friday Hulu.
‘Love is Blind: After the Altar’ Season 2
The Pod Squad is back!
Almost Every ‘Love Is Blind’ Season 2 Cast Returns for an ‘After the Altar’ miniseries to catch up on life, love – and some interpersonal conflict, of course.
It starts streaming Friday on Netflix.
Two things to listen to
Born Pink by Blackpink
A good example are Blackpink’s “K-Pop Queens”, who are widely regarded as the biggest girl group in the world right now, having broken records and boundaries across Asia and the United States.
“Born Pink” is now available.
“The Hardest Part” by Noah Cyrus
It’s not always easy being the little sister of a star who has long excelled in the same industry as you.
But Noah Cyrus, 22, seems determined to make her own mark as a singer, regardless of the success of her older brother Miley.
Not that his family isn’t considered, though.
“The Hardest Part” is also out now.
Something to talk about
Raise your hand if you’re old enough to remember when “Clerks” came out.
It was 1994, and Kevin Smith’s low-budget comedy about a day in the life of two small-town New Jersey store clerks quickly became a cult classic.
The filmmaker pays homage to that last part in particular by having a main character go through a similar near-death experience. The ironic mix of nostalgia and growth is really what adulthood is all about, and I for one am happy to see Smith return to the story that launched his career.
Sometimes a quick look back makes the prospect all the more enjoyable.
something to sip
In fact, it’s a rewatch for me. I’ve been diving into anything and everything related to Queen Elizabeth since news of her passing broke last week. I have long considered myself an Anglophile and I have to admit that his death made me more emotional than expected.
The grace with which Queen Elizabeth reigned will probably never be seen again.