This week’s lineup of new TV shows and movies is just so, so good—especially for music lovers. You have the Grammy Awards and Taylor Swift’s Netflix documentary coming out days apart. And Justin Bieber’s YouTube doc is also dropping this week. But if you’re not a pop person, no worries: New specials about Meghan and Harry, the Good Place series finale, and a new fashion competition show on Netflix should keep you plenty entertained.
So without further adieu, here are all the TV shows and movies to watch out for this week.
Sunday, January 26
2020 Grammys: Alicia Keys hosts tonight’s ceremony, which boasts the most nominations for Lizzo. 10 P.M. ET on CBS
Monday, January 27
Justin Bieber: Seasons: Per an official YouTube description, “For the very first time, the world’s biggest superstar, Justin Bieber, is pulling back the curtain and giving fans an intimate look into the past few years of his life. From the joys of marriage to the struggles through difficult seasons, Justin opens up to reveal his biggest challenges as he gets back into the studio to record his first album since 2015.” Streaming on YouTube
Tuesday, January 28
Miracle Workers: Dark Ages: Season two of this mythical anthology series is back and featuring the same cast, including Daniel Radcliffe. 10:30 P.M. ET on TBS
Wednesday, January 29
Harry & Meghan: The Royals in Crisis: A one-hour special about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s decision to step back as senior members of the royal family. 8 P.M. ET on Fox
Next in Fashion: Tan France and Alexa Chung cohost this new fashion competition show, in which designers team up to create visionary yet accessible looks. Streaming on Netflix
Thursday, January 30
The Good Place: The final, 90-minute episode of this beloved series premieres tonight. 8:30 P.M. ET on NBC
The Stranger: Richard Armitage stars as family man Adam Price, whose perfect suburban life unravels after a stranger tells him a devastating secret. Streaming on Netflix
Friday, January 31
Taylor Swift: Miss Americana: A new documentary from Netflix that takes an in-depth look into the professional and personal life of Taylor Swift. Streaming on Netflix
Saturday, February 1
A Valentine’s Match: Here is Hallmark’s official description for this movie (below). 9 P.M. ET on Hallmark
“Fired from her job as a reality TV host, Natalie returns home for Valentine’s Day, only to find herself running the town festival’s auction with her ex-fiance thanks to two scheming mothers.”
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