Here's what's happening in the world of television for Friday, November 15th and Saturday, November 16th. All times are eastern.
The best choice
The man in the high castle (Amazon, Friday, 3:01 pm, Final Season Premiere): We have a good feeling about the final season of the alternative drama of Amazon's history. Here's a brief excerpt from Scott Vaughan's season preview, which you can expect to see in full later today:
It is true The man in the high castle it finally became a show to be, but it's also true that the fourth and final season is a little late in the game for that to happen. If you're stuck in the show all the time, however, this is your reward: a conclusion that is thematically rich, often exciting and satisfying to complete the series as you might expect under the circumstances.
Let's step through the Die Nebenwelt portal and see what happens next.
Mandalorian (Disney +, Friday, 3:01 pm.)
Saturday Night Live (NBC, Saturday, 11:29 p.m.): Host and musical guest Harry Styles
Dollface (Full, Friday, 3:01 pm, complete first season): We believe there can never be too many TV shows dedicated to female friendships, but Jordan Weiss. " Dollface you don't benefit from being part of a conversation that includes content such as Unreliable, Wide city, and fellow Zulu original Pen15. Cat Dennings stars as Oculus, a web designer whose break up with Jeremy (Connor Fines) leaves her more brazen than most – no place to live, no social life, no real identity. Wells embarks on a journey of rediscovery with the friends she drove out of her life with erehemes: Madison (Brenda's song), an ambitious publicist, and Stella (Jay Mitchell), a whistleblower. An intriguing premise is to dig into the difficulties and pleasures of adult friendships, but Dollface never looks at the surface. The whole show looks like it was set up via the Instagram filter, despite the archetypes they represent – ulesul is a seeker, Madison Type A and Stella a free spirit – the characters are not much different. The humor goes very wide (and a bit reductive), with jokes about women worshiping at the bottomless mimosa altar, and there are few realistic insights into the work that most longtime friends seek. Dennings, Song and Mitchell are such a great trio that you wish they had more to work with here than Gop parodies and veganism gags. So to speak, in terms of the show it can be used, Dollface is very 😑. [Danette Chavez]
Claus (Netflix, Friday, 3:01 pm): If you wake up this morning feeling like you are in dire need of an animated Santa Claus tale that visibly has a mailman and you don't feel like coughing dough to buy Santa is Comin 'in the city through Voodoo or whatever, Netflix has got you covered. Claus, written and directed by Despicable Me co-creator Sergio Pablos is characterized by the voices of Aason Schwartzman, K.K. Simmons, Rashida onesons and Anoane Kuzak, among others.