Upset about the weekend ending? Don’t be! There are so many great new movies and TV shows airing this week that make returning to work on Monday a little less stressful. From the return of hit series like Total Divas and The Circus to new releases on Netflix , here’s everything to earmark for this week to make the days go by a little faster.
The Circus: Season three of this docuseries exploring the cult following around President Donald Trump and his politics kicks off tonight. The title of the show certainly lives up to what actually happens. 8 P.M. ET on Showtime
70th Primetime Emmy Awards: Michael Che and Colin Jost host this year’s Emmys, which sees Atlanta, The Handmaid’s Tale, and The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story with the most individual nominations. 8 P.M. ET on NBC
The Paley Center Salutes ‘This Is Us’: This special pays tribute to NBC’s hit drama series with behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with cast members, including Sterling K. Brown, Mandy Moore, Justin Hartley, Milo Ventimiglia, and Chrissy Metz. 10 P.M. ET on NBC
Sorry for Your Loss: Elizabeth Olsen plays a woman grieving the loss of her husband in this new drama series from Facebook Watch. Star Wars breakout actress Kelly Marie Tran also stars. Streaming on Facebook Watch
Total Divas: With the first WWE all-female pay-per-view event set, there’s a whole new layer of excitement surrounding this long-running E! reality show. 9 P.M. ET on E!
I Feel Bad: From executive producer Amy Poehler comes this laugh-out-loud new series about a mom (Sarayu Blue) who’s tired of feeling guilty over the small things in her life and decides to live on her own terms. 10 P.M. ET on NBC
Dead Lucky: Six Feet Under and Brothers & Sisters star Rachel Griffiths helms this Australian series about two detectives tracking down a cop killer. It’s coming to American television for the first time through Sundance Now. Streaming on Sundance Now
Love, Gilda: This moving documentary film explores the life and career of comedy icon Gilda Radner through her personal diary entries, home videos, and testimonies from her admirers, including Bill Hader and Amy Poehler. In theaters
Maniac: Emma Stone and Jonah Hill reunite for this Netflix series about two friends who become guinea pigs in a pharmaceutical trial. Streaming on Netflix
Nappily Ever After: This film centers on a woman who reaches a breaking point at work and in her personal life and decides to completely shave her hair off: the thing she worked tirelessly to keep “perfect.”