How A lot Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?
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This weekend I’ve … 90 minutes, and I’m alone
‘Nice Performances: Lea Salonga in Live performance’
When to look at: Friday at 9 p.m., on PBS. (Verify native listings.)
This live performance, filmed final November on the Sydney Opera Home, is a ton of enjoyable — a terrific set listing, the right amount of banter and simply sufficient photographs of musicians thoughtfully tooting away. The Broadway and Disney star Lea Salonga sings a few of what you’d count on from her oeuvre, together with a “A Entire New World,” which she performs as a duet with an viewers member, together with a couple of surprises like “Meadowlark” from “The Baker’s Spouse.”
… a couple of hours, a toddler and a glue gun
When to look at: Now, on HBO Max.
In case you are managing a few of your cabin fever by bedazzling issues and watching tutorial D.I.Y. movies, or in case your family remains to be into slime, do that good-natured kid-geared craft competitors collection — like “Making It” for the locker-decorating set. Three inventive tweens go head-to-head on every episode, and the judges’ suggestions is good and supportive. Relying in your tolerance for glitter use, loads of the challenges may very well be tailored for the house viewers. There are eight common episodes, two Halloween specials and two new Christmas specials.
… 5 hours, and I really like references
‘Saved by the Bell’
When to look at: Now, on Peacock.
This revival of the beloved teen sitcom appeared like a horrible concept — however it’s really vivid and charming. On this iteration, the kids of the unique characters at the moment are college students at Bayside, which, because of Governor Zack Morris’s fumbling, is welcoming the scholar physique from an underfunded, now-shuttered highschool. In case you’re into zingy teen reveals like “By no means Have I Ever,” or the self-aware earnestness of “Cobra Kai,” or should you benefit from the modern recapitulation of “The Babysitters Membership,” watch this. In case you care solely about seeing Zack, Kelly, Slater, Jessie, one minute of Lisa and a glancing reference to Screech, skip forward to Episode 8.
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