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Years and Years
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9 p.m. onHBO
Emma Thompson, Anne Reid, Russell Tovey, Rory Kinnear, and more star in this time-jumping drama that follows an ordinary family over the course of 15 years, charting the ever-changing society and the effects of a polarizing politician (Thompson). Audiences will see how the Lyons family copes — their hopes and fears, love lives, growing older, and more.
EW’s Kristen Baldwin gives the series a B and says that by the end of episode 1, theThis Is Us-esque family drama takes a veryBlack Mirrorturn.
- Emma Thompson in talks to star in Emma Stone’s Cruellamovie
- Emma Thompson wrote letter to Skydance explaining her refusal to work with John Lasseter
The Hills: New Beginnings
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 10 p.m. onMTV
Almost 10 years afterThe Hillsended, MTV is rebooting the series withThe Hills: New Beginnings. Although leadsLauren ConradandKristin Cavallariaren’t returning, practically everyone else is, includingHeidi MontagandSpencer Pratt, Whitney Port, Audrina Patridge, and Brody Jenner. Nearly a decade later fans can catch up on what their favorites and not-so-favorites have been up to, from spending millions to launching haircare lines to parenthood. With aremix of Natasha Bedingfield’s classicas the theme song and some new faces (hi,Mischa BartonandBrandon Thomas Lee),The Hills: New Beginningspromises the same level of drama as its predecessor but with a fresh look.—Caroline Tew
- The Hills: New Beginningsdebuts new trailer showcasing Spencer and Heidi
- The Hills: New Beginningsopening remixes Natasha Bedingfield’s classic theme song
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH:10 p.m. on FX
In this once-promising drama’s aggressively listless final season, David (Dan Stevens) has become a supervillain presiding over a hippie cult. He feeds mutant drug juice to his Mansonian followers. The substance oozes blue out of David’s own body, but when he gets mad, it turns red. All ofLegion’s wannabe weirdness is like that, PowerPoint surrealism hiding a total lack of imagination. Deaths don’t matter, as the timeline fractures across illusions and flashbacks. There’s yet another toothy shadow monster. David’s face appears on lunchboxes: Mmmm, yessss, ironic merchandise, wouldn’t Warhol be impressed. “I am God,” David says, and his mental powers really are remarkable: I’ve never seen a brain fart so loud.D—Darren Franich
- Exclusive: Professor X builds Cerebro in Legion final season teaser
- Legion final season trailer reveals Professor X, new cult element
What ELSE to Watch
So You Think You Can Dance—Fox
Martin Clunes’ Islands of America—Acorn TV
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