New This Week: ‘Judy Blume,’ Rodrigo y Gabriela, Minecraft
As we head into a new week, there are exciting things to look forward to in the worlds of movies, music, video games, and television. Here are some highlights of what’s arriving this week:
New Movies to Stream:
– “Ghosted” – Ana de Armas and Chris Evans star in this rom-com and action thriller combination on Apple TV+.
– “No Bears” – Iranian director Jafar Panahi reflects Iranian society in a clever way despite government control in this release on the Criterion Channel.
– “Judy Blume Forever” – A documentary exploring author Judy Blume’s impact on young readers, available on Prime Video.
New Music to Stream:
– “In Between Thoughts… A New World” by Rodrigo y Gabriela – A new album from this guitar virtuoso duo blending traditional and electronic elements.
– “Fuse” by Everything But the Girl – The duo returns with their first studio album since 1999, featuring 10 tracks begun with open-minded playfulness.
– “Amen” by The Heavy – The band’s first album in four years with 10 new songs.
New Television to Stream:
– “Home in a Heartbeat” – HGTV’s new show where designer Galey Alix chooses a social follower and renovates their home in just a weekend.
– “Mrs. Davis” – Peacock’s new quirky, sci-fi series starring Betty Gilpin as a nun determined to destroy a powerful artificial intelligence.
– “Warrior Nun” was already taken by Netflix, so Peacock had to get creative with the title for “Mrs. Davis.”
– “Judy Blume Forever” arrives just in time for the release of a big-screen adaptation of Blume’s “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.”
– Rodrigo y Gabriela self-produced their album in their studio in Ixtapa, Mexico.
This week is full of exciting new releases across various forms of media, from movies to music to television. Fans of Judy Blume, guitar virtuosos Rodrigo y Gabriela, and quirky sci-fi series should definitely tune in.
With so much to watch, listen to, and play, this week promises to be a feast for the senses. Grab some popcorn, turn up the music, and settle in for some quality time in front of your screens.