Two new documentaries examine the lives of groundbreaking athletes. And “Wùlu” tells a gangster tale against the backdrop of Mali’s military coup.
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The CBS comedy “Me, Myself & I” wraps up its first season. And “Finding Neverland” tells the story behind Peter Pan.
Marcus Samuelsson hosts an immigrant-focused food travelogue. And the second season of “Drug Lords” lands on Netflix.
“In a World …” imagines an industry with more female voice actors. And “The Workers Cup” centers on a soccer tournament for migrant workers in Qatar.
Joaquin Phoenix plays a hit man with a cause in “You Were Never Really Here.” And a new stand-up special by Mr. Maher airs on HBO.
Two thrillers are available to stream: “A Quiet Place,” about a family living a silent life, and “The Endless,” about two brothers with dark pasts.
Season 2 of “Salvation” has its premiere on CBS. And the documentary “Ballet 422” streams on Hulu.
The latest season of “Rick and Morty” arrives on Hulu. And a portrait of the tennis coach Nick Bollettieri airs on Showtime.
The strongest documentaries in this year’s edition of the annual event are also the most heartbreaking.
“Blade Runner 2049” arrives on HBO, and “The Disaster Artist” streams on Amazon Prime.