Brittany Murphy

Happy Thursday! It's time to unwind with today's premieres and finales.


Covenant - ALLBLK

First off, you might be interested in the stories and characters of the Bible. Well... Covenant is an anthology series that transforms those stories and characters into a reimagined drama. You can watch the first episode of the series on ALLBLK.

Carl Weber's The Family Business - BET+

Based on the Carl Weber book series, The Family Business follows the Duncans, an upstanding family that runs an exotic car dealership in New York... Or do they? If you enjoy watching series or movies where protagonists live double lives, this show is for you. The Family Business premieres today on BET+

Project Runway - Bravo

Or maybe the glamorous insights of fashion are much more appealing to you. In that case, you'll be delighted to know that Project Runway is back with its 19th season. Are you ready to watch contestants tackle any challenge that comes their way? The new season of Project Runway premieres today at 9pm on Bravo.

B Positive - CBS

As we reach the end of the week you may need a good laugh to relax. B Positive is a comedy that revolves around a therapist and a newly divorced dad, Drew, who needs a kidney donor. His world turns completely upside down as he meets Gina, a woman from his past that is up for the task. Their unlikely friendship will change their lives forever. B Positive premieres at 9:30pm on CBS.

Legacies - CW

But there's nothing better than exploring Mystic Falls once again. Legacies is a fantasy series spinoff of The Originals, which is set in the same universe of The Vampire Diaries. In the finale of last season, Hope confronted Malivore with her families and friends by her side and now's the times to find out what happened next. The fourth season of Legacies premieres at 9pm on CW.

Aquaman: King of Atlantis - HBO Max

But animation's always a good idea too. Aquaman: King of Atlantis is a three part animated miniseries that follows Aquaman in his first days of work as ruler of Atlantis. The stakes have never been higher for the new King, who needs to prove his worth to his people and himself as he protects the reign from adversities. Aquaman: King of Atlantis premieres today on HBO Max.

What Happened Brittany Murphy? - HBO Max

On a darker note, everyone is still wondering to this day, What Happened, Brittany Murphy? The two part HBO Max documentary series tries to answer that specific question through intimate character portraits that explore her life and career... Until the very end. If you want to know more about the mystery that surrounds the tragic death of the 90s actress, check out What Happened, Brittany Murphy? on HBO Max.

Another Life - Netflix

But sometimes escaping from our world to enter a new one can be very relaxing and equally entertaining. Another Life follows Niko Breckinridge leading the way for a mission to track down alien life. The brand new season is now available for streaming on Netflix.

Guilty Party - Paramount+

Dark comedies are not for everybody... But maybe they're exactly what you need. In this one, Guilty Party, a devalued journalist wants to save her reputation and career at all costs. She decides to embark on a journey to tell the story of Toni Plimpton, who had been sentenced to life for murdering her husband. Guilty Party premieres today on Paramount+

The Kids Tonight Show - Peacock

If you've been feeling down recently, these kids will help to cheer you up. The Kids Tonight Show follows talented pre-kids as they give monologues, play games and do interviews with the world's biggest stars. You can watch the premiere on Peacock.

It Couldn't Happen Here Finale - Sundance

Finally, If you're not familiar with the show, Hilary Burton Morgan visits different small towns in order to shine light in which violent crimes impact rural communities. It Couldn't Happen Here is officially coming to an end with tonight's finale at 10pm on Sundance.

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