Samuel L. Jackson is in “Death to 2020” on Netflix, Wonder Woman 1984 is on HBO Max, Disney+ brings us Soul (from the director of Up and Inside Out), The Masked Dancer is the new Masked Singer, and Bridgerton is the new Downton. Here’s what’s hot this weekend.
Gal Gadot and Chris Pine return decades later amidst the Cold War. And this time they’ve brought Kristen Wiig as Dr. Minerva/Cheetah.
Drama | Netflix | New
Created by Chris Van Dusen (Scandal), this 1810s drama centers around powerful Bridgerton family and other members of the London’s aristocracy.
Animation/Family | Disney+
The latest from director Pete Docter (Inside Out, Up) was originally scheduled for a release in theaters in June, and then November. Today, the newest Pixar original is now a Disney+ exclusive instead.
Saturday, December 26
Comedy | Hulu
Sunday, December 27
Death to 2020
Comedy | Netflix
A 2020 mockumentary by Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker. Samuel L. Jackson, Kumail Nanjiani, Lisa Kudrow, Leslie Jones, Tracey Ullman, Hugh Grant, and Cristin Milioti star.
The Masked Dancer
Reality competition | Fox | 8pm
The natural evolution from The Masked Singer. Craig Robinson hosts, with judges Paula Abdul, Ashley Tisdale, Brian Austin Green, and Ken Jeong. The Masked Dancer moves to Wednesday nights at 8pm starting January 6.