On TV this Friday: Bill Maher heads back to the studio, Cobra Kai‘s first two seasons hit Netflix, and Phineas and Ferb embark on a feature-length rescue mission. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Phineas and Ferb Movie, Cobra Kai on Netflix, Bill Maher Relocates, March for Action and More
All Together Now
Based on Matthew Quick’s book Sorta Like a Rock Star, this film follows a teenager (Rise‘s Auli’i Cravalho) who refuses to sweat the bad stuff… until tragedy strikes. Justina Machado (One Day at a Time), Rhenzy Feliz (Marvel’s Runaways), Fred Armisen (SNL), Judy Reyes (Scrubs), C.S. Lee (Dexter) and Carol Burnett co-star.
This film imagines a world where all drugs and alcohol are illegal, except on one night every year. Skyler Gisondo (Santa Clarita Diet), Dexter Darden (the new Saved by the Bell) and Vince Vaughn star.
The first two seasons of the Karate Kid sequel series, which were previously on YouTube, are now available. (Watch Season 3 teaser.)
Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Candace Against the Universe
The titular duo set out across the galaxy to rescue their sister, who has been abducted by aliens from a far-off, utopian society. (Watch trailer.)
Prime Rewind: Inside The Boys
Though The Boys doesn’t return until next week, the streamer has gone ahead and dropped the first episode of Season 2’s Aisha Tyler-hosted aftershow.
Ted’s wife and kid visit ahead of a critical match. (Psst… hear the good news?)
A March for Action
On the 57th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Marc Lamont Hill hosts a conversation sparked by the recent police shooting of Jacob Blake, as the National Action Network and supporting activists descend on the nation’s capital to address the issue of police brutality.
RuPaul's Drag Race: Vegas Revue
The girls plan a night out in drag to ease tensions ahead of opening night; an unwelcome visitor threatens the sisterhood.
Real Time With Bill Maher
As Maher returns to the studio (sans audience), his virtual guests include Congressman Trey Gowdy, jazz musician Wynton Marsalis, author Nina Burleigh and Lincoln Project co-founder Rick Wilson.
When two college grads (played by Kendra Carelli and Stranger Things‘ Shannon Purser) embark on a three-month hike, they are forced to confront irremediable truths about their friendship.