On TV this Friday: John David Washington and Zendaya are Netflix’s Malcolm & Marie, FX delves into the #FreeBritney controversy, and Apple TV+ gets acquainted with Snoopy. Here are 15 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Malcolm & Marie, Snoopy, Britney Spears Docu and More
Film premiere: A divorcé (Owen Wilson) meets a woman (Salma Hayek) who convinces him that the broken world around them is just a computer simulation.
Earwig and the Witch
Film premiere: The latest from Studio Ghibli focuses on a strong-willed orphan who discovers a world of spells and potions while living with a selfish witch.
Malcolm & Marie
Film premiere: Smoldering tensions and painful revelations lead a filmmaker (Tenet‘s John David Washington) and his girlfriend (Euphoria‘s Zendaya) to a romantic reckoning.
The Snoopy Show
Series premiere: Each episode consists of three, seven-minute cartoons centered on the beloved beagle and his feathered friend Woodstock. (Watch trailer.)
Strip Down, Rise Up
The Good Doctor‘s Sheila Kelley dabbles in a very different kind of healing in a documentary about the restorative power of pole dance. (Watch trailer.)
Your Attention Please
Season 2 premiere: Host Craig Robinson highlights Black innovators and creators, including NFL assistant running backs coach Jennifer King, stunt woman Jazzy Ellis and archaeologist Justin Dunnavant.
An old blacklist case resurfaces as the Task Force investigates an organization of bank robbers with a particular set of skills. (Already renewed. Really!)
Crooks ransack Mac and Angie’s lab and plan to use their cancer treatment research to create a powerful new nerve agent.
Nickelodeon's Super Duper Super Bowl Pregame Spectacular
Nick stars Gabrielle Nevaeh Green and Lex Lumpkin are joined by surprise guests as they review NFL season highlights and share Super Bowl fun facts.
RuPaul's Drag Race
The queens take part in a disco-dancing documentary, complete with funkadelic fashions; Loni Love (Soul Plane) guest-judges.
Pitches include a way to prevent drink spiking and a way to keep your belongings germ-free in the age of COVID.
A neighborhood watch group asks Magnum and Higgins to investigate a suspicious resident who may or may not be a serial killer!
Frank deals with a police captain who has lost control of his precinct, while Danny faces backlash from Internal Affairs for a tough call made in the field.
The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears
The docu chronicles Spears’ rise and highly publicized downfall, as those closest to the pop star revisit her career and her conservatorship. (Watch trailer.)
Painting With John
John reflects on he and his brother’s shared obsession with John Coltrane’s “Love at Birdland” and how it led to an unfortunate breakfast.