On TV this Friday: Apple raises its Little Voice, Zac Efron fronts a Netflix travelogue, and Andy Samberg, Charlize Theron and Tom Hanks each headline new movies. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Andy Samberg Is Loopy in Palm Springs, Tom Hanks' WWII Epic, Disney Channel Sing-Along and More
Dating Around: Brazil
Series premiere (all six episodes): Six singles seek romance in São Paulo in the first international edition of the dating series.
Down to Earth With Zac Efron
Series premiere (all six episodes): This international travelogue follows Efron and wellness expert Darin Olien as they seek healthy, sustainable ways to live.
Docuseries premiere (all seven episodes): Legendary athletes — including Lebron James, Tom Brady, Alex Morgan and Usain Bolt — examine the pivotal moments that defined their sports careers.
Tom Hanks’ WWII epic, originally slated for a theatrical debut, follows an international convoy of 37 Allied ships as they cross the treacherous North Atlantic and attempt to evade Nazi submarines. (Watch trailer.)
Series premiere (first three episodes, then weekly release): From EPs J.J. Abrams and Sara Bareilles comes this half-hour drama that follows a uniquely talented performer (Star‘s Brittany O’Grady) struggling to fulfill her dreams while navigating rejection, love and complicated family issues in NYC. (Read preview.)
The Old Guard
Charlize Theron leads this feature-length graphic novel adaptation about four powerful warriors who have protected the mortal world for centuries.
In this film, a carefree bachelor (Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Andy Samberg) and a reluctant maid of honor (How I Met Your Mother‘s Cristin Milioti) get stuck in a time-loop situation; J.K. Simmons (Counterpart), Meredith Hagner (Search Party), Camila Mendes (Riverdale), Tyler Hoechlin (Superman & Lois) and Peter Gallagher (Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist) co-star. (Watch trailer.)
Disney Channel Summer Sing-Along
This special invites kids to sing along with their favorite Disney Channel stars as they perform songs from DCOM franchises like HSM and Camp Rock.
Season 1 finale: The PBI moves in on Osman’s men; Teliha’s true role begins to reveal itself; Milla’s loyalties are tested. (Not yet renewed/not looking good.)
The New York Times Presents
The Weekly is succeeded by this new docuseries, whose first monthly installment follows NYC healthcare workers during the COVID-19 crisis.