8 TV Shows and Movies to Watch This Week, Including the New 'Bachelorette' and 'Succession'

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Here are all the TV shows and movies premiering this week you need to know about, from the return of Succession and The Bachelorette to new movies on HBO Max and Netflix. 

Sunday, October 17 

Succession: After much anticipation, season three kicks off tonight. 9 p.m. ET on HBO 


Monday, October 18 

Women Is Losers: Read an official description for this movie, below. Streaming on HBO Max

“In 1960s San Francisco, bright and talented Catholic school girl Celina Guerrera (Lorenza Izzo) survives a difficult home life by following the rules. That is until an indiscretion creates a series of devastating consequences. As Celina faces the compounded obstacles of being young and alone, she sets out to rise above the oppression of poverty and invest in a future that sets new precedents for the time.”

Tuesday, October 19 

Queens: Per a press email, “Queens follows four women in their 40s who reunite for a chance to recapture their fame and regain the swagger they had in the 90s when they were legends in the hip-hop world.” 10 p.m. ET on ABC 

The Bachelorette: Here's everything we know about Michelle Young's season. 8 p.m. ET on ABC 


Wednesday, October 20 

Night Teeth: Read an official description, below. Streaming on Netflix 

“Benny’s entire world is turned upside down after picking up two mysterious girls who expose him to a secret world he never knew existed. He is suddenly hurled into their cryptic underworld on a mission to save his city from dripping in blood.”


Thursday, October 21

Introducing, Selma Blair: Read an official description, below. Streaming on Discovery+

“Director Rachel Fleit’s deeply intimate and powerful feature of one woman’s journey of personal acceptance and resilience, Introducing, Selma Blair, follows the singular actress as she reckons with the next chapter of her life after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The film explores complex issues ranging from dissecting deep-rooted myths about beauty, and the collective fear around disability and mortality. Complete with her trademark wit and humor, the film follows Blair as she reconciles a journey of monumental transition."


Friday, October 22 

Dune: Read an official description, below. Streaming on HBO Max 

“Feuding royals, a deadly planet, and a gifted young man who holds the destiny of everyone in his hands. Born to Duke Leto Atreides (Oscar Isaac) and Lady Jessica (Rebecca Ferguson), Paul (Timothée Chalamet) inherits stewardship of Arrakis (aka Dune), a dangerous desert wasteland that's home to vigilant natives (Zendaya as Chani) and melange (aka spice), the most precious resource in the entire universe. Known to extend life and grant its user with superhuman intellect and faster-than-light speed, they set out on a mining expedition to save what's left from malevolent forces that would do anything to get it. As they face mind-bending realities, raging rebellions, and giant sandworms, the future becomes clear: only those who can conquer fear will survive.”


Saturday, October 23 

Boyfriends of Christmas Past: Read an official description, below. 8 p.m. ET on Hallmark 

“Leading up to Christmas, marketing executive, Lauren, is visited by the ghosts of four ex boyfriends. She must learn to open her heart or risk losing her best friend, Nate. Starring Catherine Haena Kim, Raymond Ablack and Paul Sun-Hyung Lee.”

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This story originally appeared on: Glamour - Author:Condé Nast


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