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Between traditional television, video-on-demand publishing, and a growing number of streaming services, it can be difficult to keep up with what to watch week after week. Fortune helps you keep track of new releases and, occasionally, older titles that are worth checking out. Take a look at this weekend's notable arrivals, a couple you may have missed earlier in the week, and what's coming soon:
The first part of the fifth season of "Lucifer" will be released on August 21 on Netflix. Netflix
Lucifer: Part one of season five returns to Netflix on August 21st. This was supposed to be the final season, but in case you missed the news, the show has been extended for a sixth season, meaning there is more diabolical fun to be had in the future.
tires: This new animated comedy series about a high school basketball coach starring Jake Johnson (New Girl) is coming to Streamer on August 21st.
For something more kid-friendly, Aussie animated comedy series Alien TV is also new to the streaming service this weekend, along with Film The sleepover, about a suburban mother with a thieving past.
And in case you missed it, the gaming documentary series Highscore arrived on Netflix earlier this week.
Find me in Paris: Season three of the teen time-traveling dramedy will hit Hulu on August 21st.
The fifth season of the NBC series Blind spot also comes to the service on August 23rd.
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Chemical heart: The new coming-of-age film starring Lili Reinhart and Austin Abrams, based on the novel by Krystal Sutherland, airs on August 21st.
And here's one for the little ones: the second part of Clifford The second season will also air on August 21st.
Leslie Odom Jr. on the set of Freeform's "Love in the Time of Corona," set during the pandemic. Freeform
Love in the time of Corona, a two night limited series that actually revolves around the ongoing pandemic, will run Freeform on Aug 22 and 23 at 8 p.m. ET. And it won't look like a zoom call on television: some of the actors involved are already living together, as this Hollywood Reporter article points out.
Documentary series The vow, which takes viewers into the world of NXIVM, will continue to be broadcast HBO on Aug. 23 at 10 p.m. ET (and will also be available for streaming on the HBO and HBO Max apps).
Note: Some films may also be played in select theaters.
Tesla: Ethan Hawke plays inventor Nikola Tesla in this biopic, Kyle MacLachlan plays Thomas Edison. The film will be on August 21st by request.
The 24th.: Originally scheduled to premiere on SXSW, the film, which takes place in the early months of World War I and tells the story of the Houston Riot from 1917, will be available on request on August 21st.
Horror movie The pale door and RZAs Cut Throat City will also be available on request on August 21st.
Dating show Love island, filmed in a quarantine bubble in Las Vegas, is returning for a second season CBS 8 o'clock in the evening. ET.
The season finale of I can destroy you will continue to be broadcast HBO Aug 24 (and will be available to stream on HBO and HBO Max apps) at 9:00 p.m. ET.
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