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Check out The Dish's new watch-list! With LeBron James in Space Jam 2, The Jonas Brothers on NBC, and Paul McCartney in an all-new docu-series, you won't want to miss it!

Sonia Isabelle has all of your movie and TV watching news covered this week with today's Dish.

Space Jam: A New Legacy

NBA superstar LeBron James is taking things to the next level in his all-new movie Space Jam: A New Legacy.

Like NBA icon Michael Jordan before him, LeBron James is teaming up with the Looney Tunes characters as their newest team member in the new comedy-adventure film sequel to Space Jam.

Produced by Ryan Coogler, Maverick Carter, Duncan Henderson, and LeBron James, the movie centers on LeBron James playing himself, who ends up trapped in digital space with his young son, Dom. LeBron then has to team up with the original Looney Tunes squad for a high-stakes basketball game against the Goon Squad.

With Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and the rest of these lovable cartoons back in this new-feature film, LeBron teams up with these fan-favorite characters to save his son and the Looney Tunes' world.

Space Jam: A New Legacy is now streaming on HBO Max and playing in theaters.

NBC's Olympic Dreams featuring Jonas Brothers

NBC's countdown to the Tokyo Games is on!

Pop singers and TV-stars Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas and Joe Jonas, are trying to make Team USA as they star in this new comedic reality TV special. The three brothers are having fun as they compete against each other in Olympic-style sports.

"The last time we were all this competitive, the band broke up," Nick Jonas joked on-screen.

NBC's Olympic Dreams featuring Jonas Brothers premieres Wednesday, July 21.

McCartney 3, 2, 1

McCartney 3, 2, 1 is a new docuseries about the life of acclaimed musician and Beatles member, Paul McCartney, who sits down with music producer Rick Rubin to reminisce about his famed music career, creating new music, and exploring the personal stories behind many of his iconic songs.

With a 100% score rating on Rotten Tomatoes, this show is perfect for any music lover or Beatles fan.

"That was all of the greatest music moments of my life," the legendary Paul McCartney said on-screen.

All episodes of; McCartney 3, 2, 1 are streaming now on Hulu.

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