12 TV Shows and Movies to Watch the Week of March 17, 2019

Dreading the week ahead? Don't! Pop-culture has you covered with a slew of new TV shows and movies that will make your Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday infinitely better. Friday will be here before you know it—and you can celebrate by checking out Jordan Peele's new horror movie, Us. Who needs human contact when there's so much good stuff to watch?

Below, all the TV shows and movies to make time for this week:

Heads Will Roll: This upcoming series from Audible stars Kate McKinnon and Emily Lynne and features additional vocal work from Aidy Bryant and the Queer Eye guys. Available for pre-order on Audible

Billions: The fourth season of this ruthless Showtime classic kicks off tonight. 9 P.M. ET on Showtime

9-1-1: Season two of Ryan Murphy's hit police procedural, with new star Jennifer Love Hewitt, marches on this evening. 9 P.M. ET on Fox

The Fix: Marcia Clark is the brains behind this new legal drama, which centers on a lawyer who loses a high-profile murder case but is pulled back in years later when the suspect kills again. 10 P.M. ET on ABC

The Village: This Is Us 2.0, is that you? Maybe. Tune in to NBC's latest weep-fest, about the sometimes-connected lives of tenants in a Brooklyn apartment building, to find out. 10 P.M. ET on NBC

Teachers: Tonight's season finale is going to be so good. 10 P.M. ET on TV Land

Amy Schumer: Growing: Schumer tackles marriage and pregnancy in her latest, hilarious stand-up special. Streaming on Netflix

Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists: Alison DiLaurentis (Sasha Pieterse) thinks her new teaching gig at Beacon Heights University is a fresh start from Rosewood, but the drama follows her. Oh, and so does Mona (Janel Parrish). 8 P.M. ET on Freeform

The Act: This gripping true-crime series centers on Dee Dee Blanchard, a woman who intentionally made her daughter, Gypsy Rose, sick for years. Gypsy later retaliated by conspiring with her online boyfriend to murder her mother. Streaming on Hulu

Losers: This new Netflix docuseries features several high-profile athletes talking about how to overcome failure. Streaming on Netflix

Us: Jordan Peele's new nightmare is here, and it's even scarier than 2017's Get Out. Check out the trailer, below. In theaters

Funny Women of a Certain Age: Fran Drescher spearheads a cast of hilarious female comedians who perform one night of uninhibited comedy. Carole Montgomery, Luenell, Lynne Koplitz, Kerri Louise, and Vanessa Hollingshea are featured. 9 P.M. ET on Showtime

Published at Sun, 17 Mar 2019 14:00:00 +0000