On TV this Friday: Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis Presley biopic hits streaming, Sterling K. Brown and Regina Hall Honk for Jesus, and Emily Deschanel dances with the Devil In Ohio. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)
What to Watch Today
Elvis, Honk for Jesus and Jurassic World, Deschanel's Dance With Devil, Armie Hammer and More
Devil In Ohio
Limited series premiere (all eight episodes): A psychiatrist (played by Emily Deschanel) takes in a young patient who escaped a mysterious cult. (What does Deschanel think of the More Bones reboot?)
Streaming premiere: Baz Luhrmann’s flashy biopic casts onetime Carrie Diaries star Austin Butler as “The King” and two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks as his manager, Col. Tom Parker. (Sign up for HBO Max.)
Series premiere (all 10 episodes): Teenage besties (To All the Boys‘ Emilija Baranac and Motherland: Fort Salem‘s Jennifer Tong) attempt to build a fake ID empire. (Sources tell us Matt Mitovich might have some tips….) Richard Harmon (The 100) co-stars.
Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.
Movie premiere: Black Monday‘s Regina Hall plays the first lady of a prominent Southern Baptist megachurch who tries to help her disgraced husband (This Is Us‘ Sterling K. Brown) rebuild his congregation.
House of Hammer
The three-part docuseries examines the troubling accusations surrounding Call Me by Your Name actor Armie Hammer. (Watch the disturbing trailer.)
Season 1 finale: When Sophie goes missing and her belongings are found in the middle of the Golden Gate Bridge, James is left to pick up the pieces. Again.
Season 3 finale: Nikki and Jason make an impulsive decision that requires their entire family’s help.
Also streaming Friday: The debuts of Life by Ella (Apple TV+), Buy My House and Dated and Related (Netflix); and new episodes of Bad Sisters, Five Days at Memorial and See (Apple TV+), Sprung (Freevee) and Making the Cut (Prime Video).
In the cancelled series’ third-to-last episode, Blake and Cristal try to help Adam, while Alexis takes extreme measures to win over Fallon and Amanda.
Club Cumming Presents a Queer Comedy Extravaganza
Good Wife vet Alan Cumming features seven up-and-coming comedians during this cabaret-style gathering.