Unfortunately, summer’s a rather slow time for new TV shows, and this week is no exception. Even still, though, there are a few new premieres to check out this week—and some anniversaries you should honor. From the new season of GLOW to the 2018 BET Awards, here are all the shows and movies you should earmark for this week.
To Each, Her Own: Netflix continues its stream of original rom coms with To Each, Her Own, a queer film about a woman who’s about to come out to her conservative, Jewish family but finds herself falling for a male chef. Streaming on Netflix
2018 BET Awards: Jamie Foxx is hosting the annual show, which features performances from Nicki Minaj and Janelle Monáe. 8 P.M. ET on BET
In Defense Of: This new docuseries from Oxygen takes you inside the minds of defense attorneys who worked some of the most intense, high-profile criminal cases. 9 P.M. ET on Oxygen
Chopped: Unfortunately, Meghan Markle probably won’t make an appearance this season, but that won’t make this popular food competition show any less fun to watch. 9 P.M. ET on Food
Big Brother: Eighteen years later, and we’re still infatuated by the concept of locking a dozen hot strangers in a house together. 8 P.M. ET on CBS
Bring It On: This 2000s classic is leaving Netflix in July, so be sure to marathon it before then. Leaving Netflix July 1
Woman Walks Ahead: Based on a true story, this film stars Jessica Chastain as Catherine Weldon, an artist who travels from New York City to the Dakotas to paint the Sitting Bull. While there, she becomes entangled with the Lakota people’s fight for their land. Oscar winner Sam Rockwell also stars, and it’s directed by Susanna White.
GLOW: Who’s ready for season two of this delightful Netflix original comedy about female wrestlers? Before you watch this season, check out an essay star Betty Gilpin wrote for Glamour last year. Streaming on Netflix
The Devil Wears Prada: Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep’s iconic comedy about a journalism hopeful who scores a job assisting a demanding fashion editor turns 12 today. Watch it, and see if you can quote Streep’s many one-liners verbatim like I can. Available for rent on Amazon
3 Girls, 1 Keith: (Podcast on Spotify) Join Amy Schumer as she and three of her good friends and fellow comedians Rachel Feinstein, Bridget Everett and Keith Robinson have candid conversations about friendships, sex, politics, and everything in between. Episodes can be found here.