Dickinson returns and Marvel Studios explores its legends


Anna Baryshnikov et Hailee Steinfeld

Anna Baryshnikov et Hailee Steinfeld
Photo: Apple TV +

Here’s what’s happening in the world of television on Friday January 8 and Saturday January 9. All hours are Eastern.

Best choices

Dickinson (Apple TV +, Friday, 12:01 a.m., season premiere): Apple TV +’s Sleeper hit returns for season two with three episodes today, followed by a new episode each week. The series follows Emily Dickinson (Hailee Steinfeld) – still heartbroken by the marriage of her brother Austin (Adrian Enscoe) to his best friend and soul mate Sue (Ella Hunt), as well as the death of Ben Newton – as she is pulled out her private literary life and pushed into the public eye. The cast includes Jane Krakowski, Anna Baryshnikov, Toby Huss, and Wiz Khalifa, and this season will also see notable appearances from Nick Kroll, Finn Jones, Ayo Edebiri, and Timothy Simons. Dickinson Creator Alena Smith discussed the new season with Club AV TV Writer Danette Chavez, including how the pandemic was taken into account in its drafting. Look for our season review on the site later this morning.

Marvel Studios: Legends (Disney +, Friday, 3:01 a.m., season premiere): Marvel begins 2021 by delving deep into the important heroes and villains of its cinematic universe, exploring iconic moments from the MCU, and setting the stage for a slew of originals that will begin airing on Disney + this year. The first episode of Legends acts as a refresh for the stories of Wanda Maximoff, aka Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olson), and Vision (Paul Bettany), in anticipation of WandaVisionthe premiere of next week.

Regular coverage

Course de dragsters de RuPaul (VH1, Friday, 8 p.m.)
Vikings (Amazon Prime Video)

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I know (Amazon Prime Video, Friday, 12:01 a.m.): “Leaving a violent home is an uphill battle in many advanced societies, where courts and laws can severely disadvantage victims. Directed by Phyllida Lloyd (The Iron Woman), from a screenplay by Malcolm Campbell and star Clare Dunne, I know approaches the subject with grace and with unexpected hope. At a time when neighbors often turn against neighbors, the upbeat outlook of the film “We Need a Village” may be ridiculous. »Read the rest of Anya Stanley B + review of this film here. I know stars Clare Dunne, Ruby Rose O’Hara, Molly McCann, Ian Lloyd Anderson et Harriet Walter.

A discovery of witches (Sundance Now and Shudder, Saturday, 3:01 a.m., season premiere): Adapted from Deborah Harkness’ All souls trilogy, A discovery of witches The second season follows Matthew (Matthew Goode) and Diana (Teresa Palmer) as their romance faces new threats in Elizabethan London, where they must find a powerful witch to help Diana control her magic.


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