At least mostly.
There was a time when soap operas reigned supreme, but the numbers have dwindled over the years as, one by one, the daytime dramas have been canceled.
‘Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem’
If we can’t get more soaps, we will gladly take a limited series.
“Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem” features some fan favorites of the long-running soap, including Lisa Rinna, Deidre Hall, Eileen Davidson and Jackée Harry in this spin-off that includes a story line about missing jewels.
It’s now streaming on Peacock.
‘Doogie Kameāloha, M.D.’
Hollywood loves to celebrate youth culture.
This time around, the physician is a young woman, played by Peyton Elizabeth Lee, who has to juggle work along with the typical teen growing pains.
The new show is streaming on Disney+.
‘Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali’
Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali had an unlikely friendship. And yet it made sense, given the dynamic nature of both of their personalities.
That friendship is the basis of a new Netflix documentary that looks at how the pair came to be close and ultimately broke apart.
Even if you thought you knew everything about Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali, this doc may surprise you.
It’s currently streaming on Netflix.
Two things to listen to
Kacey Musgraves has both a new album and a short film based on it.
“Star-Crossed” is the fourth album from the country star, who has stoked speculation that this new one might be more pop than country.
And yes, her divorce last year from her husband of nearly three years, musician Ruston Kelly, was an inspiration.
“Star-Crossed” drops Friday.
Reggaeton star J Balvin’s new album is titled “Jose,” and it’s the follow-up to last year’s “Colores.”
Lest there be any confusion, he’s coming for the youth vote.