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Selling Sunset Returns, Diego Luna's Amazon Show and More

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On TV this Friday: Flash and Girl Meets World vets learn how to Work It, Diego Luna breaks bread on Amazon and Selling Sunset returns for Season 3. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Disney+
    Howard

    This documentary chronicles the life of Disney lyricist Howard Ashman (Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Little Mermaid), who died of AIDS at age 40.

  • Netflix
    The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Kids in Space

    The kids blast off to the International Space Station, where they find themselves on the run from a giant tardigrade.

  • Disney+
    Muppets Now

    The Swedish Chef tries to cook a better molé sauce than Danny Trejo; Miss Piggy, Taye Diggs and Linda Cardellini share the secret to staying healthy.

  • Amazon Prime
    Pan y Circo

    Series premiere (all seven episodes): Diego Luna brings together politicians, activists, actors and musicians to discuss tough topics while breaking bread.

  • Netflix
    Selling Sunset

    Season 3 premiere (all eight episodes): Christine’s wedding is overshadowed by Chrishell’s divorce. (Watch trailer.)

  • Netflix
    Work It

    In this film, unemployed bruhs pose as women to land jobs a high school senior (Girl Meets World‘s Sabrina Carpenter) forms a dance crew to take on the best squad in school; Kenyan Lonsdale (The Flash) and Jordan Fisher (To All the Boys 2) co-star.

  • CBS
    The Greatest #AtHome Videos

    The third installment features surfboarding dads, creative pets and dancing siblings. Get excited! (Which CBS drama is already back in production?)

  • The CW
    Being Reuben

    Stateside premiere: This British docuseries follows the life of teenage YouTuber and beauty influencer Reuben de Maid.

  • HBO
    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Virtual guests include actor Chris Evans, CNN contributor Paul Begala, author/podcaster Meghan Daum and Col. Lawrence Wilkerson.

  • HBO
    Room 104

    A retired pro wrestler (played by Dave Bautista) uses therapeutic dolls to help tap into traumatic, repressed memories.