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New this week: 'Cherry,' 'Bloodlands' & Kids' Choice Awards

This combination photo shows key art for the Acorn TV series "Bloodlands," premiering March 15, left, key art for the Apple TV+ film "Cherry," center, and key art for Nickelodeons "Kids Choice Awards," hosted by Kenan Thompson and airing on March 13. (Acorn TV/Apple TV+/Nickelodeon via AP)
This combination photo shows key art for the Acorn TV series "Bloodlands," premiering March 15, left, key art for the Apple TV+ film "Cherry," center, and key art for Nickelodeons "Kids Choice Awards," hosted by Kenan Thompson and airing on March 13. (Acorn TV/Apple TV+/Nickelodeon via AP)

Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.

MOVIES

— Anthony and Joe Russo, the filmmaking brothers behind the “Avengers" movies, pivot in a different direction on “Cherry," a new drama about PTSD and drug addiction. Tom Holland stars as a combat medic who suffers psychologically after returning from tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. A doctor prescribes him OxyContin, and his subsequent opioid addiction leads to a life of bank robbing. The film, based on Nico Walker's best-selling semi-autobiographical novel, premieres Friday on Apple TV+. In their first directorial project since “Avengers: Endgame,” the Russos employ their blockbuster aesthetic on a stylized and self-indulgent American crime drama.

— The late days of winter, let alone of a pandemic, can drag anyone down. It's a good time to break out some Preston Sturges. Thankfully, on Sunday, The Criterion Channel will launch an eight-film series of the screwball master — a body of work that stands as one of the sublime and most absurdly entertaining in all of movies. Many of them come from Sturges' early ‘40s blitz: “The Great McGinty,” “Christmas in July,” “Sullivan’s Travels,” “The Palm Beach Story," “The Miracle of Morgan's Creek.” But look out, also, for 1948's lesser-known “Unfaithfully Yours,” a daringly sinister comedy in which a conductor (Rex Harrison) spends a concert fantasizing about how he'll respond to the wife (Linda Darnell) he believes has had an affair. For slapstick, it is gloriously dark.

—AP Film Writer Jake Coyle

MUSIC

— The 2021 Grammys will hand out 84 awards Sunday, but what’s more exciting? The performers. Taylor Swift, BTS, Cardi B, Billie Eilish, Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion and Dua Lipa will take the stage. The show, hosted by Trevor Noah, will air from Los Angeles on CBS and Paramount+ at 8 p.m. ET. Other performers include Chris Martin, John Mayer, Doja Cat, Maren Morris, DaBaby, HAIM, Lil Baby, Brandi Carlile, Roddy Ricch, Brittany Howard, Miranda Lambert, Mickey Guyton and Black Pumas.

— Selena Gomez is tapping into her Mexican roots with her first Spanish-language project. “Revelación” is coming out Friday and features collaborations with Puerto Rican performers Rauw Alejandro and Myke Towers as well as French producer DJ Snake, whom Gomez worked with on the pop and Latin hit “Taki Taki,” also featuring Cardi B and Ozuna. Gomez’s singles from her new seven-song release – “Baila Conmigo” (“Dance with Me”) and “De Una Vez” (“At Once”) – have both peaked at No. 4 on Billboard’s Hot Latin songs chart.