Dickinson

It's (finally) Friday! To celebrate getting done with the first full week of the new year, check out which shows should be your latest binge-watch as you head into the weekend.



'Dickinson' on Apple TV+ 

Watch Season 2 of the popular dark-comedy series Dickinson premiering today. This Apple TV+ original follows Emily Dickinson who uses her place as an outside to gain a larger comprehension of gender norms and familial expectations in Massachusetts during the 19th century.

'Penn & Teller' on CW

For fans of magic, check out aspiring magicians strive to impress illusionists Penn & Teller with their tricks, attempting to stump the duo from duplicating the stunts up their sleeve and earning a chance to debut their performance in the heart of Vegas.

'Self-Made Mansions' on HGTV

Clinton Kelly sets out on an exhibition to help self-made workers find their dream home in this HGTV series.

'Marvel Studios: Legends' on Disney+

For fans of the Marvel cinematic universe, check out the new American television docuseries that revisits the epic heroes, villains, and moments from previous series.

'Pretend It's a City' on Netflix

An off-the-cuff 2021 limited series, watch humorous author Fran Leibowitz stroll the streets of New York City to share stories about her life and the evolving city she finds herself in.

'Redemption Day' on VOD

Not in the mood for a TV show? Well, we have you covered. This action-romance tells the story of a US marine who endeavors on a mission to save his wife who was kidnapped from terrorists in Morocco.

'Inside the World's Toughest Prisons' on Netflix

Season 5 of Inside the World's Toughest Prisons is airing Friday at 1:30 pm on Netflix. Watch more prisons be examined by a journalist who travels throughout the world in an attempt to understand the imprisonment process.

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