What’s on TV this week: Atlanta and Black Panther

Between network, cable and broadcast, the modern television landscape is a vast one. Here are some of the shows, specials, and movies coming to TV this week, November 7-13. Details and times are subject to change.

Pussy in shoes (2011) 6 PM in TOON. In this sub-franchise of the Shrek franchise, Puss, a talking cat voiced by Antonio Banderas, is framed for a bank robbery and becomes an outlaw in his town. He seeks to restore his honor and pay off the debt he owes to his town by joining forces with Humpty Dumpty (Zach Galifianakis) and Kitty Soft Bowes (Salma Hayek) to find the magic beans that lead to the golden goose eggs. Stephen Holden wrote in his book: Review of the New York Times. A sequel is scheduled for release in late December.

Election Night Specials 8 p.m. on ABC, CBS, NBC, and PBS. With the polls closed on Tuesday, many networks are broadcasting the latest election news and voting in the US midterm elections. Find out what’s at stake Our guide to the midterm electionsincluding how state races can have a significant impact on issues such as abortion and voting rights.

Say hi, Willie May! (2022) 9 p.m. on HBO. This documentary explores the life of Major League Baseball legend Willie Mays as he navigated the sport during a period of segregation and racism. Director Nelson George traces Mays’ experience growing up in Alabama and beginning to play for the Birmingham Black Barons in the Negro Leagues, as well as his career in the major leagues. The film features interviews with Mays and baseball greats Barry Bonds and Reggie Jackson and sports commentator Bob Costas.

CMA جوائز Awards 8 p.m. on ABC. Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning will take the stage live in Nashville to host the 56th Annual Country Music Association Awards. This year, first-time nominee Lainey Wilson was nominated for six awards, including Artist of the Year, and Ashley McBryde, Carly Pearce, Chris Stapleton and Shane McAnally were each nominated for five awards. The evening will feature performances by Carrie Underwood and Katy Perry, among others.

Tough hits of the season: Arizona Cardinal 10 p.m. on HBO. This reality sports series is based on the HBO franchise “Hard Knocks,” which documents a different NFL training camp each year. This series instead focuses on a team during the professional season. The second season follows the Arizona Cardinals led by quarterback Keeler Murray. The Cardinals have had a rough start to the season, and are currently last in the NFC West.

Tokens are not grounded 10 p.m. on VICE. The second season of this documentary series focuses on the long-running animated series “The Simpsons.” In the final episode, writers, directors, actors, and network executives shared stories about how the TV show came together and cemented its place in popular culture.

bigger than life (1956) 8 p.m. at TCM. Based on a 1955 article in The New Yorker, the film follows Ed Avery (James Mason), a teacher diagnosed with a fatal illness. After his doctor prescribed him cortisone, he initially believed he had recovered. But then he develops an addiction to the drug that leads to his downward spiral.

Atlanta It’s 10 p.m. on FX. This series concludes with the show’s characters back in Atlanta after spending some time in Europe in season 3. famous For acting, storytelling, and portrayal of modern black life, the series follows rapper Paper Boi (Brian Terry Henry), his manager and his cousin, Erin (Donald Glover), and their friends Darius (Lakeith Stanfield) and Van (Zazie Beetz).

Black Panther (2018) 5 p.m. on FX. Do you need to activate before watching the sequel? Watch this blockbuster movie on “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” premiere day. In this film, T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) becomes the king of Wakanda, the isolated and technologically advanced African nation. As the Black Panther, he rallies his allies and struggles to keep his people and their culture safe. In it, Manohla Dargis writes, “In its focus on black fiction, creativity, and editing, the film becomes an emblem of a denied past and a future that feels very present.” Review of The Times. “And thus opens his world and yours beautifully.”

snake hole (1948) 8:30 p.m. China time. Virginia Cunningham (Olivia de Havilland) wakes up in a mental hospital, without remembering how she ended up there and not being able to recognize her husband, Robert (Mark Stevens). The film follows Victoria as she tries to regain her memory with the help of Dr. Mark Keck (Leo Jin).

ghosts (2016) 8:30 p.m. at Syfy. In this reboot of this sci-fi comedy franchise, transit worker (Leslie Jones) communicates with three paranormal physicists (Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, and Kate McKinnon) after she encounters a ghost in a subway station. The four women band together to battle the ghosts that have invaded New York City. Manohla Dargis writes that it is “a movie with a lot of fun and can-do fun.” Her review for The Times. “It’s a lot like the old Ghostbusters movie, except it stars four funny women instead of four funny guys you know.”

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