Your favorite shows are coming back and there are plenty of new shows and movies to watch. Read on to find out more as Sonia Isabelle breaks it all down in The Dish.
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Also, the eighth and final episode of Killing Eve will be released this Sunday, May 31st. You can watch the season three finale on BBC America or AMC at 9 PM.
'Ramy' on Hulu
After winning a Golden Globe award for Best Performance by an Actor, Ramy Youssef releases a second season of his comedy series Ramy. It is back better than ever, featuring two time Oscar winner, Mahershala Ali playing the role of Sheikh Malik. The show is available to stream now on Hulu.
'Central Park' on Apple TV Plus
The newest grown-up animated comedy is here with a musical flair. Apple TV Plus has released the first two episodes of Central Parkwith more to come. The show has a cast of great actors and singers including Josh Gad, Leslie Odom Jr., and Kristen Bell. Central Park follows a family who resides there and tries to prevent billionaire Bitsey Bradenham from building condos on the land. On an interview with Advocate Channel, creator Loren Buchard says:
"We're trying to honor the real place and then also use animation and make it even, even more"
Last week, Advocate Channel also interviewed Stanley Tucci and Daveed Diggs on their roles in the show, and you can check that out here.
'Somebody Feed Phil' on Netflix
If you like trying new foods and traveling, then this show is for you. Phil Rosenthal, creator of Everybody Loves Raymond, stars in his own eating adventure show. The third season of Somebody Feed Phil is hot off the griddle and features five more cities. It is available to stream now on Netflix.
'Quiz' on AMC
A new miniseries will premiere on AMC this week. The newest juicy scandal is coming out, titled Quiz, about a British version of the game show Who Wants to Be A Millionaire. From the shows Fleabag and Succession, you may recognize the actors who play the couple that try to cheat on the gameshow. The three part series will premiere this Sunday, May 31st at 10/9c on AMC.
A new suspenseful sci-fi film is available now on Amazon Prime. The Vast of Night is set in the 1950s and follows a young switchboard operator and a radio DJ who both pick up a weird audio frequency. The suspenseful sci-fi movie is available to stream now on Amazon Prime.
If you love mystery, then you'll love Disappearance at Clifton Hill. This movie is set in the tourist town of Niagara Falls and follows a young woman's investigations that reveals the town's secrets. It is available to stream now on Hulu.
Haircuts at Home With CBS
Most of us are itching to get a haircut while in quarantine, but fear not! This Friday, May 29th, Haircut Night in America will premiere on CBS at 8/7c. In this one hour special, hosts Jerry O'Connell and Rebecca Romijn will lead the way as hairstylists give tips for your DIY haircut!
That's all for this segment of The Dish. Happy streaming!
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