We're almost done with the week, but we're nowhere near done with the list of things to watch. Here's all the finales and premieres for today and tonight.
The hotly anticipated second season of Amazon's historical epic is finally here. El Cid follows Rodrigo 'Ruy' Díaz de Vivar, a knight played by Jaime Lorente, as he grows to become the titular hero from Spanish history. This new batch of episodes will focus on the pressures of knighthood and Rodrigo's conflicting loyalties in the wake of the king's death.
The North Water
In this television adaptation of Ian McGuire's iconic novel of the same name, Colin Farrell plays a murderous harpooner who joins a disgraced surgeon (played by Jack O'Connell) on an ill-fated voyage into the Arctic. As they struggle to survive in the frigid wastes and slowly give in to savagery, dark truths about their pasts come to light. The five-episode series was produced by BBC and will premiere on AMC+.
First Wives Club
The acclaimed television adaptation of the 1996 film is getting a second season. First Wives Club follows Ari (Ryan Michelle Bathe), Bree (Michelle Buteau), and Hazel (Jill Scott) as they unite to revenge themselves upon their sleazy ex-spouses, while also rediscovering the meaning of friendship along the way. The latest ten episodes are available to stream on BET+.
The Outpost is back for its fourth season, and the stakes have never been higher. The show follows Talon, a girl with supernatural powers who is left on her own after a multitude of mysterious missionaries massacre her ménage. In this season premiere, she discovers that an assassin is targeting her for unknown reasons. The Outpost airs Thursdays at 9 on the CW, and can be streamed live through Hulu and YouTube TV.
American Horror Stories
This horror anthology, which is distinct from the similarly-named American Horror Story, premieres today. Each episode will focus on a new tale of woe and suspense, and several promotional images for the show feature the Rubberman from the original series. The first two episodes can be streamed on Hulu today.
Families of the Mafia
In the latest season of Familes of the Mafia, the Gravano, Larocca, and O'Toole families return, but they're not alone. Two new mafia families will be joining them in their attempts to escape the shadow of organized crime. The dynamic docuseries returns to MTV at 9 PM EST.
Never Have I Ever
Mindy Kaling's coming-of-age comedy is back for a second season. Never Have I Ever follows 15-year-old Devi, an Indian-American girl living in Los Angeles, as she tries to balance her family relationships and her teenaged misadventures in the wake of her father's death. Both seasons are available to stream on Netflix.
Dr. Death has adapted the grotesque podcast of the same name into an eight-episode crime drama. The first season follows the sinister doctor Christopher Duntsch (Joshua Jackson) as he leaves dozens of seriously-injured patients in his wake. Alec Baldwin and Christian Slater co-star as members of an unlikely alliance that seeks to bring Duntsch down. The show is available to stream on Peacock.
Dark Side of the 90s
The 1990s was the decade responsible for grunge, the Internet, hip-hop, and Bill Clinton, but there's more to it than that. In the latest series from the makers of Dark Side of the Ring and Dark Side of Football, those years are reexamined from a new perspective, revealing obscure secrets and changing the way audiences look at the trends and personalities that dominated at the turn of the century. The show premieres on Vice at 10 PM EST.
Keeping up with the Joneses: The Wrong Letter
In a new Lifetime movie starring Vivica A. Fox, Robin Jones and her four stepdaughters attempt to move on from a near-fatal betrayal by a family member. However, happiness remains elusive, as their business empire comes under attack and each daughter struggles with the tribulations of romance. Find out what happens next in the Jones family saga on LMN at 8 PM.
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