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Wednesday, December 8, 2021

How much time do you have to watch this weekend?

‘Spy Harriet’
When to watch: Coming Friday to Apple TV +.

This new animated adaptation of Louise Fitzhugh’s classic book captures much of Harriet’s patchwork outsider – her mind and character, slouchy sweatshirt and tomato sandwiches. The series, like the books, is set in 1964, and our 11-year-old heroine (voiced by Bini Feldstein) loves to spy on people in her area and document their behavior in order to prepare herself to become a writer someday. But overall, the show has a more sunny vibe: its aesthetics are friendlier than Fitzhugh’s original illustrations, and the episodic format makes Harriet’s antics more restrained and restrained. If you can’t wait to use flawless handwriting on the front page of your notebook, check out this.

“Gone with the Wind: Christmas”
When to watch: Arrives Friday on Netflix.

The beloved glassblowing reality show returns in a four-part mini-season in which all stars will be judged by returning Catherine Gray and Queer Eye host Bobby Burke. “Blown Away” is always quite welcoming, and since this episode of the series has a Christmas theme, it is even more fun than usual; the two finalists sincerely exchange the words “I love you” right before the winner is crowned. I wish the show had more time for explaining methods and processes and less time for talking head segments, and I wish it were excruciating, but this is my wish for all reality shows. If you want something cozy and family friendly, but not annoying, or you like competitions in which you only Indeed you need to watch the referee’s parts, watch this.

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When to watch: Now on Netflix.

The Israeli drama “Shtisel” (in Hebrew and Yiddish, with subtitles) is perhaps the only series, even more “Who will get a kiss from dad?” than “Continuity”. Like the Roy, the Shtisels are ruled by an imperious patriarch, whose children are largely dependent on his fickle affection: there is a drugged son who is also led; beloved daughter in a dysfunctional marriage; and the alleged crown prince was simultaneously tortured and indulged. Shtisel is more dreamy than Succession and has more to do with grief, but the series treats family systems and purpose in a similar and complex way.

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