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A thrilling season 3 finale of space racing drama For All Mankind kicks off a busy Friday for Apple TV+, including the season finale of Mayan Rudolph comedy Loot and the premiere of harrowing Hurricane Katrina docudrama Five Days at Memorial. Prime Video picks up on the popular ’90s film A League of Their Own with a series that delves deeper into gender and racial prejudice. Country quartet Little Big Town perform at CMT Summer Camp. And hubris reigns when nine celebs compete in Season 2 of RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race.

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Five Days at Memorial

Beginning with the first three of eight episodes, this emotionally harrowing docudrama follows the horrific conditions at the New Orleans hospital that was flooded during the devastation of Hurricane Katrina 17 years ago this month. Vera Farmiga and Cherry Jones lead the impressive cast, playing nurses and administrators who work against all odds to tend to their stranded patients when the power goes out in the scorching heat as they wait a fateful series of days for help.

A League of Their Own

Baseball became more than a game for the ladies of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in the 1940s. It’s a lifeline to self-discovery in an eight-episode seriocomic twist on the popular 1992 film. Abbi Jacobson (who co-developed the series with Will Graham) plays the initially insecure Carson Shaw, who reluctantly leads the team while growing along explores their sexual identity. While the Rockford Peaches face skepticism and gender discrimination, they have it easy compared to Max (Chanté Adams), who is female and black and, despite her evil nod, is not welcome with either the Peaches or the local factory team. Times are changing as a strong cast of colorful personalities (including the fabulous D’Arcy Carden as Carson’s seductively sophisticated teammate) swings wildly. In the end, you will be root-root-root for them all. (See the full review.)

13: The Musical

Tony-winning Jason Robert Brown adapts his upbeat 2008 Broadway musical for the big screen (with veteran musical producer Neil Meron on board and Tony-winning Robert Horn writing). Newcomer Eli Golden plays Evan Goldman, who was uprooted from Manhattan after his parents’ divorce and transplanted to small town Indiana – just in time to plan the best bar mitzvah ever with his new circle of friends. To see also : Who are the Dallas Cowboys under pressure this season?.

CMT Summer Camp: Little Big Town

More music – and fireworks – when Little Big Town hosts a Sandy Creek Barn Amphitheater summer concert at Reynolds Lake Oconee in Greensboro, GA. This may interest you : A quiet time in sports? It depends on where you look. The superstar country quartet perform hits old and new in a picturesque setting.

RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race

Speaking of camp, nine celebs get their money’s worth in a second season of the spin-off of the Emmy-winning reality competition. The celebs’ identities are being kept secret until it’s time to slip away, and until then they’re thriving under the royal mentorship of Brooke Lynn Heights, Jujubee and Monet X Change. To see also : Netflix Top Movies and Shows: What’s Happening June 25, 2022. Judges Michelle Visage, Carson Kressley and Ross Mathews will help decide who stays or goes, with the ultimate winner being crowned “America’s Next Celebrity Drag Superstar,” with $100,000 going to the charity they nominated

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