Between community, cable and streaming, the fashionable tv panorama is an enormous one. Listed here are a few of the reveals, specials and flicks coming to TV this week, Oct. 4-10. Particulars and occasions are topic to vary.
COAL MINER’S DAUGHTER (1980) 8 p.m. on TCM. TCM is providing a rustic music biopic double characteristic on Monday evening. First up is “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” the 1980 hit concerning the lifetime of Loretta Lynn that received an Oscar for its star, Sissy Spacek, and helped flip Lynn’s rags-to-riches journey — from a cabin in Kentucky to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry — into folklore. On the B-side, at 10:15, is the black-and-white musical YOUR CHEATIN’ HEART (1964), concerning the life and early dying of Hank Williams, performed by George Hamilton.
AMERICAN MASTERS: RITA MORENO: JUST A GIRL WHO DECIDED TO GO FOR IT (2021) 9 p.m. on PBS (examine native listings). When you needed to make a documentary a few Hollywood determine, you’d be exhausting pressed to discover a topic whose profession affords extra angles to cowl than Rita Moreno. An EGOT winner who turned a star after her Oscar-winning efficiency in “West Aspect Story” (1961), Moreno was (and is) outspoken about her Puerto Rican id, and has demonstrated a dedication to social activism. This movie, directed by Mariem Pérez Riera, explores all of those angles — the glory and the challenges of Moreno’s life — by way of intensive interviews with Moreno, with enter from fellow artists together with Lin-Manuel Miranda and Gloria Estefan. “It isn’t your common paean as a result of Moreno, a trailblazing Puerto Rican actress whose profession spans greater than seven many years, will not be your common star,” Beatrice Loayza wrote in her review for The New York Times. “Moreno is given full rein of her story,” Loayza added, “which doubles as a case research within the highs and lows of showbiz for a lady of shade.”
BET HIP HOP AWARDS 2021 9 p.m. on BET. Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion might be each collaborators and opponents at this 12 months’s BET Hip Hop Awards: They’re tied for essentially the most nominations, with 9 every, and a few of these are shared. That’s because of “WAP,” their 2020 exercise in pull-out-all-the-stops raunch, which is up for the music of the 12 months, finest collaboration and finest hip-hop video. The 2 are additionally each up for the artist of the 12 months prize, for which they may compete with Drake, J. Cole, Lil Child and Tyler, the Creator.
HIGH LIFE (2019) 9 p.m. on Showtime 2. If one have been offered with solely a poster for “Excessive Life,” with Robert Pattinson’s eyes gazing back at them by way of the visor of a spacesuit, they’d most likely assume that the movie is a sci-fi spectacle. Until, that’s, they noticed the identify of the director: Claire Denis. Denis, the French filmmaker identified for sensual, understated films like “Beau Travail” (1999) and “35 Pictures of Rum” (2008), set “Excessive Life” in area however skipped the laser beams and aliens. The movie facilities on Monte (Pattinson), considered one of a handful of criminals despatched on a mission to a distant black gap below the supervision of a mysterious physician (Juliette Binoche), who makes use of them for experiments. “Their journey ostensibly has one thing to do with the earth’s looming environmental disaster, however largely performs out as an excuse for Denis to discover the farther, darker aspect of her creativeness,” Manohla Dargis wrote in her review for The Times.
GHOSTS 9 p.m on CBS. The premise of this new CBS sitcom might simply as simply be the setup for a season of “American Horror Story.” It follows a pair (performed by Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar) who purchase a dilapidated nation home with the intention of turning it right into a bed-and-breakfast. It seems to be haunted, as these onscreen homes usually are. However in the event you see considered one of these ghosts within the mirror, they’re extra prone to make a sarcastic remark about your vainness than to hurt you — it’s a sassy group of disturbed spirits.
THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO (2011) 11 p.m. on BBC America. Daniel Craig is about to return to U.S. theaters this weekend in “No Time to Die,” his final romp as James Bond. With that gig completed, Craig ought to have extra time to take non-Bond roles just like the character he performed in David Fincher’s “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,” an adaptation of the Swedish author Stieg Larsson’s novel a few disgraced journalist charged with investigating the 40-year-old disappearance of a youngster.
GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET 8 p.m. on PBS (examine native listings). The opera stars Ailyn Pérez, Nadine Sierra and Isabel Leonard carry out at maybe essentially the most diva-ish venue conceivable — the Palace of Versailles — on this newest entry of the “Nice Performances on the Met” sequence. Recorded in Could on the Royal Opera of Versailles, this system contains works by Mozart, Offenbach and Bizet, and nods on the three singers’ shared Latin American heritage with songs together with “Bésame Mucho” and “Cielito Lindo.” The pianist Vlad Iftinca and the classical guitarist Pablo Sáinz Villegas accompany the three singers.
CARRIE (2013) 8 p.m. on AMC. Two generations of Stephen King’s “Carrie” might be proven on AMC on Saturday evening. First comes the 2013 model, which casts Chloë Grace Moretz within the titular function of a bullied excessive schooler and Julianne Moore as her abusive, militantly non secular mom. Directed by Kimberly Peirce, this model brings King’s novel, first revealed in 1974, into the twenty first century; it lives, after all, within the blood-red shadow of Brian De Palma’s traditional CARRIE (1976), with Sissy Spacek, which AMC is displaying afterward, at 10:15.
DIANA 9 p.m. on CNN. This new, six-part documentary sequence appears on the life and legacy of Diana, Princess of Wales. The primary episode focuses on her upbringing in Norfolk, England, which was privileged however difficult: Her mother and father separated, then divorced, when she was a toddler. Subsequent episodes, which can air weekly, discover her marriage to Charles, Prince of Wales, and the legacy she left after her dying in 1997.