“Succession: The Second Season”: Everybody’s favorite media family horror show returns with Kendall (Jeremy Strong) at his most broken, completely attached to Logan (Brian Cox) after his father has cleaned up his son’s manslaughter. Meanwhile, led to believe she’ll take over Waystar Royco, Shiv (Sarah Snook) sabotages her job with presidential hopeful Gil Eavis (Eric Bogosian), not to mention her surprise open relationship with Tom (Matthew Macfadyen), and Roman (Kieran Culkin) goes behind Logan’s back to get Naomi Pierce (Annabelle Dexter-Jones) on board to help the family buy out the legitimate news operation PGM via Rhea Jarrell (Holly Hunter).
In the unhinged schemes department, Connor (Alan Ruck) proceeds with his presidential campaign, cousin Greg (Nicholas Braun) proves to be less innocent than the family thought, and Marcia (Hiam Abbass) shows rightful rage at Logan’s increasing betrayals.
It’s another flawless season from creator Jesse Armstrong, scoring 18 Emmy nominations. And it’s one that provides such greatest hits as Kendall’s peak cringe “L to the OG” rap, just, all of Holly Hunter (as well as every appearance of the best character of the series, which remains the theme song, composed by Nicholas Britell), and the look on Logan’s face as he learns his son can be the kind of killer he can respect after all.
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“Killing Eve, Season 3”: The groundbreaking queer cat-and-mouse drama series created by Phoebe Waller-Bridge continues as Dasha (Harriet Walter) pressures assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer) to come back to work as now-ex-MI6 agent Eve (Sandra Oh) tries to stay under the radar.
“Weathering with You”: Animated film follows a boy who encounters a girl who can change the weather around her. In Japanese.
“21 Jump Street”: The 2012 film starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, as well as its “22 Jump Street” sequel, is being released on 4K Ultra HD.
“Becky”: A rambunctious teen (Lulu Wilson) confronts a ruthless home invader (Kevin James) while visiting her father (Joel McHale).
“A House Divided, Season 2”: Soap opera follows the scandals of the Sanders family.
“No Safe Spaces”: Documentary follows Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager touring college campuses to discuss free speech.
“Outlander: Season Five”: The time-traveling Starz drama series returns after Brianna (Sophie Skelton) and Roger’s (Richard Rankin) wedding.
“Outpost: Season 2”: In the second season of the CW fantasy series, Talon (Jessica Green) must face the evil Prime Order trinity.
“Roman Holiday”: The 1953 rom-com starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck is being released on Blu-ray with a new restoration.
“Stephen King 5-Movie Collection”: Collection includes both versions of “Pet Sematary,” “The Stand,” “The Dead Zone” and “Silver Bullet.”
“Tommaso”: An artist living in Italy (Willem Dafoe) struggles with addictions and martial problems with a much-younger wife (Cristina Chiriac).
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“Wheels”: A young Brooklyn man (Arnstar) dreams of becoming a famous DJ while caring for his family in a tough neighborhood.
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“Mambo Man”: A Cuban farmer/music promoter risks it all on an enticing deal. Stars Idolka de Erbiti, Yudexi De La Torre Mesa and Mo Fini. In Spanish.
“Murder in the Woods”: Teenagers fight to survive in a cabin in the woods.
“Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs”: Computer-animated film follows a woman who must save a group of princes who have been turned into dwarfs. Features voice talents of Chloe Grace Moretz, Sam Claflin, Gina Gershon and Jim Rash.