What You Need to Know
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See what shows, movies, specials and more are coming — and leaving — this month.
Premieres February 3
The docuseries, from executive producer Mark Wahlberg, will take a look into the con that allowed one man to rig the results for a decade.
Premieres February 7
When the world goes low, they go high. Catch up on the show The Atlantic calls “TV's most compassionate cult comedy” before it returns.
Returns March 15
Explore the questions about the nature of our reality, free will and what makes us human when Westworld returns for Season 3 with new cast members Aaron Paul and Vincent Cassel.
Premieres March 16
A working-class Jewish family in New Jersey watches the political rise of the aviator-hero and xenophobic populist Charles Lindbergh. Based on the Philip Roth novel of the same name.
Returns April 12
Issa Rae stars as Issa Dee, who struggles to navigate the tricky professional and personal terrain of Los Angeles along with her best friend Molly (Yvonne Orji).
PREMIERES IN APRIL
Mark Ruffalo stars as twin brothers struggling with family history and mental illness in this limited series adaptation. Directed by Derek Cianfrance (Blue Valentine).
He's irrepressible, opinionated and, of course, politically incorrect. Bill Maher returns for the latest season of his Emmy-nominated talk show, where he covers the week's news with the help of guests ranging from politicians to actors to athletes.
The Planet of the Apes franchise continues with the action-packed tale of a hyper-intelligent chimp who assembles a simian army and leads a ferocious revolution.
The classic Ridley Scott film follows seven astronauts — most notably the tough-as-nails Ripley, played by Sigourney Weaver — as they encounter intergalactic horror in deep space.
M. Night Shyamalan directs this thriller about a former minister discovering crop circles in his cornfield and the disturbing series of supernatural events that follow.
Natural disasters set the stage for a new Ice Age in the cautionary epic starring Dennis Quaid and Jake Gyllenhaal as a father and son trying to save themselves — and the world.
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