11 TV Shows and Movies to Check Out This Week

If you find yourself with some downtime this week, consider watching these 11 TV shows and movies, which are a great mix of new shows, season premieres, and oldies but goodies. If you’re not spending your Friday watching the new season of Santa Clarita Diet followed by a screening of the live-action Dumbo, are you even living?

Below, the full list of TV shows and movies to put on your radar this week:

Two Weeks Notice: If you’re bored on Sunday, try watching this 2002 rom-com starring Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant, which is a total gem. It centers on Lucy (Sandra Bullock), a type-A lawyer who takes a job working for a flighty billionaire (Grant), and romance ensues. Streaming on Hulu

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta: Rasheeda Frost, Mimi Faust, Karlie Redd, Kirk Frost, Scrapp DeLeon, Spice, Tokyo Vanity, and Stevie J are all back for another season of major drama. 8 P.M. ET on VH1

One Nation Under Stress: A new HBO documentary that explores the correlation between stress and life expectancy in America. 9 P.M. ET on HBO

Nate Bargatze: The Tennessee Kid: Comedian Nate Bargatze touches on air travel, cheap weddings, and, oddly enough, chocolate milk in this new Netflix special. Streaming on Netflix

Million Dollar Mile: This endurance reality competition show is produced by Lebron James, and I’m exhausted just looking at the promo. 9 P.M. ET on CBS

Jane the Virgin: Season five of this long-running series starring Gina Rodriguez kicks off tonight. Check out the trailer, below. 9 P.M. ET on The CW

Abby’s: A woman named Abby (Natalie Morales) owns and operates a bar from her backyard. What can go wrong? Spoiler: So many things. 9:30 P.M. ET on on NBC

Hanna: Based on the 2011 film starring Saoirse Ronan, this new series centers on a young girl (Esme Creed-Miles) who’s raised as an assassin in the woods. Streaming on Amazon Prime

Santa Clarita Diet: Drew Barrymore is still a cannibal and still hilarious in season three of this popular Netflix show. Streaming on Netflix

Dumbo: This beloved Disney movie, about a flying elephant that saves a struggling circus, is receiving the live-action treatment. Actors who appear include Colin Farrell, Danny DeVito, and Michael Keaton. In theaters

50th NAACP Image Awards: Anthony Anderson hosts this annual awards show, which honors Black artists working in TV and film. 9 P.M. ET on TV One

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