New this week: 'This Is Us,' Baby Yoda, 'The Craft' redone
(NBC 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— Many things will be different about Halloween this year, but the annual rush of horror films is much the same. It stars Sope Dirisu and Wunmi Mosaku as a Sudanese refugee couple finding new horrors in life in England. But Neon, the “Parasite” distributor, last week put a restored version into theaters and on Tuesday brings it to VOD. One is Natalie Margolin “The Party Hop,” which she wrote during quarantine in one week in early April.
Predicting who will win big at this year's Emmy Awards
It's hard to believe that this year's Emmy Awards are right around the corner, and the night will surely be filled with TV's biggest stars. Best drama series"Better Call Saul" (AMC)"Bodyguard" (Netflix)"Game of Thrones" (HBO)"Killing Eve" (BBC America)"Ozark" (Netflix)"Pose" (FX)"Succession" (HBO)"This Is Us" (NBC)Will win: "Game of Thrones"Should win: "Pose"If one award is a guarantee on Emmy night, it's this one. Best comedy series"Barry" (HBO)"Fleabag" (Amazon)"The Good Place" (NBC)"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" (Amazon)"Russian Doll" (Netflix)"Schitt's Creek" (Pop)"Veep" (HBO)Will win: "Veep"Should win: "Fleabag"Not everyone watched Amazon's "Fleabag," so it seems like a long shot for this incredible comedy to win. Louis-Dreyfus has won this award for every season she's played the tyrant politician Selena Meyer, so why stop now? Season 11 of "RuPaul's Drag Race" was nothing short of entertaining, so expect the queens to win again this year.