Must-See Series: Netflix’s Carrie Underwood Live and The Man from Toronto top watch list this week

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one. The man from Toronto
Toronto plays himself on the big screen when a misfit (Kevin Hart) and a hitman (Woody Harrelson) are forced to work together after a case of mistaken identity.
When: Friday Netflix

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2. Carrie Underwood live
Carrie Underwood performs songs from her new album Denim and rhinestonesfrom the belfry in Nashville.
When: Available now at Prime Video

3. Loot
A billionaire (Maya Rudolph) with a dream life including private jets, a huge mansion and a mega yacht, her seemingly perfect world is turned upside down after her husband (Adam Scott) cheats on her and turns their lives into fodder. for the tabloids.
When: Friday Apple TV+

4. Rise
Based on the true story of the Antetokounmpo family and their journey from Nigeria to Greece as they pushed their kids, including NBA champion Giannis, towards their basketball dreams.
When: Friday Disney+

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5. Umbrella Academy
season 3
After ending Doomsday in 1963, the Hargreaves siblings return home to the present, convinced they have prevented two apocalypses. But after a brief moment of celebration, they realize that things aren’t quite the way they left them.
When: Wednesday Netflix

6. Chloe
A woman (Erin Doherty) infiltrates the lives of her childhood friend’s (Poppy Gilbert) friends after her sudden death.
When: Friday Prime Video

7. Why the hell did I buy this house?
Designer and restorer Kim Wolfe comes to the rescue of homeowners who feel the remorse of the buyer.
When: Thursday on HGTV

8 Beavis And Butt-Head Make The Universe
In continuation Beavis and Butt-head Make Americadumb slackers go into space in 1998 where they encounter a black hole and return to the present day where they seek love, abuse iPhones and are persecuted by the Deep State.
When: Thursday at Paramount+

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9. MasterChef Junior
Season 8 finale
Gordon Ramsay, Aaron Sanchez and Daphne Oz decide which pint-sized home chefs will be named America’s next junior chef.
When: Thursday on Fox, CTV

Daphne Oz, Gordon Ramsay and Aaron Sanchez at MasterChef Junior.
Daphne Oz, Gordon Ramsay and Aaron Sanchez at MasterChef Junior. Photo Fox

10. The one who left
Six people looking for their soul mate get a chance to explore a lost connection and make a last chance at love.
When: Friday Prime Video

11. Mount Snowflake
Ten spoiled young “kids” live in nature with no running water, no parents to look after them, and, worst of all, no Wi-Fi.
When: Wednesday at Netflix

12. Civil
This documentary follows independent civil rights lawyer Ben Crump as he goes to trial to seek justice in the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.
When: Sunday Netflix

13. Jerry and Marge get big
After a retiree (Bryan Cranston) discovers a mathematical loophole in the Massachusetts Lottery, he and his wife (Annette Bening) win millions and use the money to revive their small Michigan town.
When: Available now at Paramount+

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