This week’s streaming options include Taylor Swift, a new animated version of Superman, “Biosphere,” and “Wham!”

The new television shows, motion pictures, music, and games that are coming to a device near you include Taylor Swift’s re-recording of her song “Speak Now” and survivalist Bear Grylls’ expedition with Bradley Cooper and Rita Ora into the wild.

The sci-fi comedy “Biosphere,” starring Sterling K. Brown and Mark Duplass, and a new sequel series featuring Luann de Lesseps and Sonja Morgan from “The Real Housewives of New York City” are among the offers worth your time, according to The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists.

The last two men on Earth in the near-future sci-fi comedy “Biosphere,” which IFC releases in cinemas and on demand on Friday, July 7, are played by Sterling K. Brown and Mark Duplass. The Hollywood Reporter’s John DeFore described it as “a mysterious and hilarious picture that really can’t be talked much without disclosing things a prospective viewer would be better off not hearing.” Mel Elsyn, who penned “Biosphere” alongside Duplass, is making his directing debut.

Starting on Tuesday, “80 for Brady” will be accessible on Prime Video if Paramount+ isn’t included in your streaming package. Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, and Sally Field play four best friends who are ardent Patriots supporters who attend the super bowl to watch Tom Brady play in the fictionalized account, which is based on a true story.Even though the reviews weren’t excellent, most singled out the renowned actors as a good enough incentive to give it a shot. Time’s Stephanie Zacherek called it “brassy, ridiculous and shameless” and “irresistible,” and critic Katie Walsh praised the screenplay’s “loose, absurdist” humor. And it only lasts 98 minutes.

With the release of “Speak Now,” Taylor Swift’s third remake following “Red (Taylor’s Version)” and “Fearless (Taylor’s Version),” she has given us the chance to go back in time. Six of the 22 tracks on “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” were written when the album was first released but were only recently recorded. Among the guests are Hayley Williams of Paramore and Fall Out Boy. Swift stated on social media that she asked the musicians who she felt had the most profoundly inspired her as a lyricist at the time to sing on the album because “Speak Now” was all about her songwriting.

The reason why PJ Harvey’s latest album feels new and inspired is because the new tracks were spontaneously recorded and were released in the last three weeks. Harvey’s 10th studio album, “I Inside the Old Year Dying,” is his first since “The Hope Six Demolition Project,” a Grammy-nominated release from 2016. Longtime partners Flood and John Parish produced the record. The album’s soprano-led lead single, the folk-influenced “A Child’s Question, August,” is replete with pastoral imagery and minimal accompaniment.

Visit Netflix If you want to enjoy a special pop duo in “Wham!” then you should get up before you go out. The 92-minute film on the musical duo, George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley, debuts on Wednesday and guarantees viewers access to their personal archives, which include never-before-seen video and unheard interviews. The film, which Chris Smith directed, details the duo’s four-year transformation from high school pals to international superstars with singles like “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” and “Young Guns.” 2016. Michael passed away.


Season two, Episode 1 of “The Lincoln Lawyer” premieres on Thursday on Netflix. If you haven’t seen the television show based on the Michael Connelly novels, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo portrays Mickey Haller. Haller is a renowned defense lawyer in Los Angeles who excels at coming up with novel solutions to assist his clients. Additionally, he is frequently driven around town in a Lincoln while working from the rear seat. Following various setbacks, such as addiction and a divorce, Haller returned to the legal profession in season one. Haller is the local It lawyer in season two. Season two has been based on the Connelly novel “The Fifth Witness.”

There are other new Superman and Lois Lanes in town besides Rachel Brosnahan and David Corenswet.Jack Quaid voices Superman in the upcoming animated series “My Adventures with Superman,” and Alice Lee plays Lois Lane. The plot follows Clark Kent, a reporter for the neighborhood newspaper in Metropolis who also appears to be a secret superhero. It premieres Thursday on Adult Swim.

— Adventurer Bear Grylls has identified more famous people to push outside of their comfort zones and put to the test in nature. New episodes of “Running Wild with Bear Grylls: The Wyoming Basin” will feature Bradley Cooper exploring the area.

The Challenge will debut on July 9th. The show also stars Troy Kotsur, Grylls’ first deaf visitor, who he takes to the Scottish Highlands, Benedict Cumberbatch from “Doctor Strange” and “Sherlock,” Tatiana Maslany from “She-Hulk,” Rita Ora from music, and Tony Award winners Daveed Diggs and Cynthia Erivo.

In “Luann and Sonja: Welcome to Crappie Lake,” Bravo is sending two of its most recognizable Bravo-lebrities, Luann de Lesseps and Sonja Morgan of “The Real Housewives of New York City,” and giving them the “Simple Life”-meets-“Schitt’s Creek” treatment.The two fly to Benton, Illinois, a town of fewer than 7,000 people, instead of their usual trips to the Hamptons or St. Tropez. The mayor asks the socialites to stay at a motel so they can uplift Benton’s spirits. De Lesseps and Morgan create a new program while reviving a neighborhood theater with a variety show. They also engage in activities like using only their hands to fish for crappie in a local lake or mudding monster trucks. The program debuts on July 9, and episodes will stream on peacock on following day.

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