Between network, cable, and streaming, the modern television landscape is a vast one. Here are some of the shows, specials, and movies that will hit TV this week, from February 28 to March 6. Details and times are subject to change.
TRAYVON MARTIN: 10 YEARS AFTER 8pm on BET. Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-old Black teenager in Florida, was shot dead nearly 10 years ago by George Zimmerman, a neighborhood captain. Gayle King, co-host of “CBS Mornings,” hosted this hour-long special, in memory of Martin and to see the positive act that his death continues to lift spirits. . The program includes interviews with Martin’s mother, Sybrina Fultonand other mothers whose children were killed by police or gun violence.
MY SURPRISE Friend 10 p.m. on HBO. The show’s third season, which revolves around the friendship between two girls, Lenù and Lila, who have grown up in mid-20th-century Naples, premieres Monday night. It is adapted from the third of four Neopolitan books by Elena Ferrante,”Those who leave and those who stay,” and saw Lenù and Lila struggling with careers, marriage, and ultimately motherhood. This will be the final season of actresses Margherita Mazzucco, 19, and Gaia Girace, 18: The fourth book in the series, “The Story of the Lost Child,” will be the focus of the second season. potential story, revolving around a middle-aged character. “I never read the last pages of the fourth book,” Mazzucco told The New York Times recently. “I don’t want to know how it ends.”
STATE OF WOMEN’S UNION 9pm on various networks (check local listings); Stream on Facebook, Twitter, WH.gov and YouTube. President Biden is scheduled to deliver a State of the Union address to Congress on Tuesday night. Biden will probably talk about the progress his administration has made since his first speech to Congress last year – including passing A bipartisan $1 trillion infrastructure bill and stimulus package of nearly 1.9 trillion USD – though he’ll have more to cover. He has the ability to solve Russia’s War with Ukrainethe selection of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as nominee to the Supreme Court and the state of the coronavirus pandemic, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention loosen the safety instructions.
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LARRY DAVID STORY 9 p.m. on HBO. What is the difference between Larry David the character “Constrain your enthusiasm” and Larry David, a successful producer and performer? Based a trailer for “The Story of Larry David, ” The answer is a dust-covered facial hair and an inward touch. David reflects on his life and career in this two-part documentary, about his growing up in Brooklyn, his beginnings in comedy, his success with “Seinfeld” ” (co-created by him) and his more recent work “Curb Your E infatuation”. The documentary is directed by filmmaker and comic book writer Larry Charles, a writer for “Seinfeld” whose good relationship with David shows up in their conversations.
LA STRADA (In 1956) 6 p.m. on TCM. When the Academy Award for Best International Film is awarded at the Academy Awards next month, the winner will become part of the lineage that “La Strada” has helped establish: Federico Fellini’s classic is the series. first film to win the honor of Best Foreign Language Film when that category became a competitive award at the 1956 Academy Awards. The film raised the profile of both Fellini and his wife and collaborators. brother, Giulietta Masina, who plays a young woman sold to a powerful man in a traveling circus (Anthony Quinn). “’La Strada’ is often sentimental and not always convincing, but the ending packs a wall,” J. Hoberman wrote about the movie last year in his “Rewind” column.
LEAVING THE SOLUTION (In 2021) 8 p.m. on HBO Signature. Wes Anderson drew inspiration from The New Yorker’s old school days for this ornate anthology comedy, which follows a collection of eccentric magazine writers and their themes – played by a The group included Bill Murray, Benicio Del Toro, Léa Seydoux, Jeffrey Wright, Frances McDormand and Tilda Swinton – in a mid-20th century French city. The typewriter rattled. Cocktails disappeared.
AFTER YANG (2022) 9 p.m. on Showtime. In his 2017 feature film debut, “Columbus,“Filmmaker Kogonada used the modern architecture of Columbus, Ind., to deliver a surreal, otherworldly story for a humbling tale of a close friendship. His new movie, “After Yang,” takes place firmly in the future: It revolves around a mother (played by Jodie Turner-Smith), father (Colin Farrell), and young daughter (Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja) ) has the humanoid robot, Yang (Justin H. Min), breaks. Duong’s loss is actually the loss of a family member, but it can be repaired.
F9 (In 2021) 8 p.m. on HBO. If the “Fast and the Furious” movies were all-electric and the gas engine hum was muted, the series could still rely on Vin Diesel’s voice to fill the bottom end of the audio spectrum. The latest installment of the series introduced a new villain played by John Cena and brought back familiar faces like Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Helen Mirren and Charlize Theron. The film also sees the return of director Justin Lin, a franchise veteran who has been away for several years. Lin makes the film “at the same time feel trite and baroque,” AO Scott said in His review for The Times.
NBC NEWS PRIMETIME SPECIAL 9 p.m. on NBC. Lester Holt Interviews Former Attorney General William P. Barr in this hour-long special. The two discuss Barr’s final days as Attorney General in the Trump administration, when he rebuke the former President Donald J. Trumpfalse claims about a stolen election by acknowledging that the Justice Department found no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election. The conversation also involved policy in the US, among other topics.
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