12 TV Shows and Movies to Watch the Week of March 17, 2019

Dreading the week ahead? Don’t! Pop-culture has you covered with a slew of new TV shows and movies that will make your Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday infinitely better. Friday will be here before you know it—and you can celebrate by checking out Jordan Peele’s new horror movie, Us. Who needs human contact when there’s so much good stuff to watch?

Below, all the TV shows and movies to make time for this week:

Heads Will Roll: This upcoming series from Audible stars Kate McKinnon and Emily Lynne and features additional vocal work from Aidy Bryant and the Queer Eye guys. Available for pre-order on Audible

Billions: The fourth season of this ruthless Showtime classic kicks off tonight. 9 P.M. ET on Showtime

9-1-1: Season two of Ryan Murphy’s hit police procedural, with new star Jennifer Love Hewitt, marches on this evening. 9 P.M. ET on Fox

The Fix: Marcia Clark is the brains behind this new legal drama, which centers on a lawyer who loses a high-profile murder case but is pulled back in years later when the suspect kills again. 10 P.M. ET on ABC

The Village: This Is Us 2.0, is that you? Maybe. Tune in to NBC’s latest weep-fest, about the sometimes-connected lives of tenants in a Brooklyn apartment building, to find out. 10 P.M. ET on NBC

Teachers: Tonight’s season finale is going to be so good. 10 P.M. ET on TV Land

Amy Schumer: Growing: Schumer tackles marriage and pregnancy in her latest, hilarious stand-up special. Streaming on Netflix

Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists: Alison DiLaurentis (Sasha Pieterse) thinks her new teaching gig at Beacon Heights University is a fresh start from Rosewood, but the drama follows her. Oh, and so does Mona (Janel Parrish). 8 P.M. ET on Freeform

The Act: This gripping true-crime series centers on Dee Dee Blanchard, a woman who intentionally made her daughter, Gypsy Rose, sick for years. Gypsy later retaliated by conspiring with her online boyfriend to murder her mother. Streaming on Hulu

Losers: This new Netflix docuseries features several high-profile athletes talking about how to overcome failure. Streaming on Netflix

Us: Jordan Peele’s new nightmare is here, and it’s even scarier than 2017’s Get Out. Check out the trailer, below. In theaters

Funny Women of a Certain Age: Fran Drescher spearheads a cast of hilarious female comedians who perform one night of uninhibited comedy. Carole Montgomery, Luenell, Lynne Koplitz, Kerri Louise, and Vanessa Hollingshea are featured. 9 P.M. ET on Showtime

Sephora Credit Cards Are Coming, and They’ll Have Special Perks

It’s finally happening: Sephora is launching credit cards for shoppers. Best of all? We don’t have that long to wait—the cards will be out this spring. Depending on your level of Sephora addiction, this could either be terrible or brilliant news, but we’re firmly on the latter side, especially now that we know all the perks the company’s building into these magical pieces of plastic.

Allure reports there’s not going to be one company credit card, but three: the Sephora Credit Card, Sephora Visa Credit Card, and Sephora Visa Signature Credit Card. They’re all seen as an extension of the company’s loyalty program and, according to a company statement, will be “taking our client experience to the next level through special access, rewards and perks.”

“The Sephora Credit Card was the natural next step in our loyalty journey, truly adding even more value that our clients can use not only within our stores, but also in their day-to-day lives,” Andrea Zaretsky, Sephora’s senior vice president of customer relations management and loyalty, said in the statement.

According to Allure, customers with the card will get bonus perks—what, specifically, these are is still TBD—in addition to those they get from already being in the Beauty Insider program.

As mentioned, the credit cards will make their debut in the spring, but some might have to wait a little longer than others to get one: They’ll be available in “select markets” first, Allure reports, and then expanding throughout the U.S. and online over time.

The company’s been on a roll lately: This announcement comes on the heels of Sephora reworking their Beauty Insider program to dish out more rewards to customers and allowing customers to use multiple discount codes when they check out online. More perks, more discounts, and now credit cards so we don’t have to wait until payday for that pedicure polish anymore? Into it.

Sephora’s Introducing Credit Cards—and They’ll Come With Perks

It’s finally happening: Sephora is launching credit cards for shoppers. Best of all? We don’t have that long to wait—the cards will be out this spring. Depending on your level of Sephora addiction, this could either be terrible or brilliant news, but we’re firmly on the latter side, especially now that we know all the perks the company’s building into these magical pieces of plastic.

Allure reports there’s not going to be one company credit card, but three: the Sephora Credit Card, Sephora Visa Credit Card, and Sephora Visa Signature Credit Card. They’re all seen as an extension of the company’s loyalty program and, according to a company statement, will be “taking our client experience to the next level through special access, rewards and perks.”

“The Sephora Credit Card was the natural next step in our loyalty journey, truly adding even more value that our clients can use not only within our stores, but also in their day-to-day lives,” Andrea Zaretsky, Sephora’s senior vice president of customer relations management and loyalty, said in the statement.

According to Allure, customers with the card will get bonus perks—what, specifically, these are is still TBD—in addition to those they get from already being in the Beauty Insider program.

As mentioned, the credit cards will make their debut in the spring, but some might have to wait a little longer than others to get one: They’ll be available in “select markets” first, Allure reports, and then expanding throughout the U.S. and online over time.

The company’s been on a roll lately: This announcement comes on the heels of Sephora reworking their Beauty Insider program to dish out more rewards to customers and allowing customers to use multiple discount codes when they check out online. More perks, more discounts, and now credit cards so we don’t have to wait until payday for that pedicure polish anymore? Into it.

Here’s What Taylor Swift Really Thinks About Kanye West’s “Famous” Video

When Kanye West released the song and video for “Famous” in 2016, he instantly reignited his feud with Taylor Swift. You know the one that started when he hopped on stage at the 2009 VMAs and interrupted Swift’s acceptance speech—and peaked in 2016 when West’s wife, Kim Kardashian, called her a liar—and had the receipts for it? Well, the beef that launched a million snake emojis lives on thanks to a simple “like” on Instagram.

The most recent chapter gives us insight into what Swift really thinks about the video, which showed a naked lookalike wax figure of her in bed next to West, along with 10 other nude figures including Donald Trump, Amber Rose, Chris Brown, Rihanna, and Bill Cosby. West’s song features the lyrics, “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex…Why? I made that bitch famous.” The beef kicked off again because West said he got approval from Swift to use the lines, which Swift denied before Kardashian released recordings on Snapchat that appeared to show Swift greenlighting the “might still have sex” line (she says she didn’t give the go-ahead for the “that bitch” line).

And that brings us to this week, when a Twitter user wrote, “The famous music video was straight up revenge porn. not to mention putting abuse victims next to their abusers and celebrating sexual assaulters. it was disgusting and he doesn’t get enough crap for it.” The tweet was screenshotted and shared on Instagram where it was then liked by one Taylor Alison Swift. Given that Swift is pretty masterful in the way she uses social media, it’s not a stretch to assume that her “like” means she agrees with the statement.

The caption on Instagram expanded even further on the issue: “It’s so weird to see how Kanye got away with putting realistic depictions of naked celebrities in his video. I was reading comments the other day and people said they didn’t like Taylor because she ‘uses songs to humiliate her ex boyfriends’, we know that’s not true but isn’t it strange that they don’t apply that same logic to a man putting a naked woman in his music video that’s been viewed millions of times because he just doesn’t like her.”

That’s not the first time in recent weeks that Swift has appeared to address the drama with West. “A few years ago, someone started an online hate campaign by calling me a snake on the internet. The fact that so many people jumped on board with it led me to feeling lower than I’ve ever felt in my life, but I can’t tell you how hard I had to keep from laughing every time my 63-foot inflatable cobra named Karyn appeared onstage in front of 60,000 screaming fans,” she wrote in a recent essay for Elle.”It’s the stadium tour equivalent of responding to a troll’s hateful Instagram comment with ‘lol.’ It would be nice if we could get an apology from people who bully us, but maybe all I’ll ever get is the satisfaction of knowing I could survive it, and thrive in spite of it.”

Who wants to bet we hear even more on Swift’s rumored seventh album?

The 7 Best Foot Peels and Masks for Smooth Feet

Spring is right around the corner, which means our feet have seen some things these past four months. Boot season often goes together with rough calluses and cracked heels. That said, spring’s footwear isn’t all that better: mules and slides (two of this year’s biggest trends clack against the backs of your feet, leaving them hard and tough after too much wear. Fortunately, thanks to the phenomenon of Baby Foot—the Internet-loved foot peel that’s equal parts life-changing and disgusting—there are more options than ever for you to give your feet the baby-soft feel of a salon treatment at home; no scrubbing required.

The most popular are chemical peels. Similar to the ones for your face, most contain alpha hydroxy acids and fruit enzymes to dissolve dead skin until it literally sheds off your feet. (There’s a reason people compare Baby Foot to snake skin.) But if you’d rather not spend the first weeks of spring hiding your feet in boots, that’s where masks come in. Formulated with hydrating oils and extracts, they penetrate deep into rough spots to soften and repair skin.

To see how all the new top-rated options stack up, we called on Glamour editors who know a thing or two about cute shoes and tough commutes to give the latest foot masks and peels a test run. Here’s how our feet fared.

This ‘Game of Thrones’ Theory Suggests Who the Night King Is Really After

We’re a month out from the beginning of the end—of Game of Thrones, that is. As we all wait (not so patiently) to see how who finally ends up on the Iron Throne, the fan theories are kicking into high gear.

Everyone is speculating about whether or not Sansa and Daenerys will hate each other and if Cersei is really pregnant—but what of the series’ ultimate Big Bad, the Night King? From the trailer, it’s safe to say we’re going to see at least one epic battle with the icy ruler and his White Walkers, but who is he really after? Many assume it’s Jon Snow, and they might be correct. But a new theory on Reddit suggests that Bran Stark, a.k.a. the Three-Eyed Raven, is the Night King’s true target.

Let’s break it down.

The theory stems from an interview that Vladimir Furdik, the actor who plays the Night King, gave to Entertainment Weekly. “People will see he has a target he wants to kill, and you will find out who that is,” he said. “There’s also that moment [in “Hardhome”] when Jon Snow was on the boat and the Night King looked at him and raised his arms — there’s a similar and even stronger moment between Jon and the Night King this time.”

Based on that, the Redditor posits that the target is actually Bran, not Jon. Here’s why: “The NK has had many opportunities to kill Jon. If he was after him that bad, he would have killed him by now! Also, the actor brought up Jon and NK’s stare down in the same sentence as ‘he is after someone’ so HBO wouldn’t let him say those things together because it’s too spoilery. So it can’t be Jon.”

“There’s some show dialogue that tells us that Bran is very important as well. Like Jojen Reed! He tells Bran, ‘only one thing that matters, you!’ So he’s saying that Bran is the only thing that matters. There’s also Benjen. He tells Bran ‘one way or another, he will find his way to the world of men. And when he does, you will be there waiting for him.’ Also, Remember when the NK touched Bran and then the three eyed raven tells Bran, ‘he touched you! He knows your here! He’ll come for you!’ The NK is coming for Bran? I mean that’s telling us everything we need to know right there. So he’s after Bran!”

But, why? Basically, because Bran is the Three-Eyed Raven. But also because it has been noted that the Three-Eyed Raven and the Night King are “ancient enemies.” And this centuries-old beef possibly began with the very first Three-Eyed Raven who may have been the person to build The Wall, keeping the White Walkers at bay for a long time. “So the last hero and the children ban together and create something that can defeat the NK. They gave this man the power he needs to put a stop to the NK,” the Redditor says. “That’s why the NK has tried to stop any three eyed ravens from being trained. That’s why the NK killed Bloodraven and tried to kill Bran. That’s why he is coming after Bran. That’s why the NK and three eyed raven are ancient enemies!”

So the Night King is possibly after Bran because he is the Three-Eyed Raven, and the Night King is always against whoever the new Three-Eyed Raven is because of this ancient feud—but also because the Three-Eyed Raven has the knowledge to stop him.

Phew, that was a lot—but it all does make sense. Of course, this is a show that kills off main characters when you least expect it and is constantly zigging when you think it will zag, so this theory might well be proven false during this final season. Either way, though, can someone just take down that nasty Night King already?

Reese Witherspoon Had the Funniest Response to Rumors She and Jennifer Garner are Pregnant

When you’ve been mega-famous as long as Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Garner have, I’m guessing you probably learn to ignore most of the ridiculous tabloid headlines you glimpse about yourself. But, seeing as how celebrities are also human beings with feelings, the especially outrageous ones can still make them do a double-take—or just give them a good laugh.

Case in point: A recent cover of OK! features a photo of the two women with the headline “Baby Bombshell! Shock and Joy for Hollywood BFFs.” Of course, Witherspoon had the most perfect response to the coverline. She posted the cover on social media with the caption, “Hey @jennifer.garner! Can we raise our imaginary babies together?”

The post obviously struck a chord with other celebs, who quickly chimed in. Gwyneth Paltrow simply commented, “😂😂😂” while Sara Foster said, “That’s so amazing! Congrats to both of you! How exciting!” Sarah Michelle Gellar wrote, “Only if I can imaginary babysit!” to which Witherspoon responded, “Will you be the imaginary godmother?” Ali Wentworth even offered to throw the shower.

There were also some amazing responses on Twitter where one person wrote, “I often wondered what actors thought while going thru the checkout 🌟 haha.” Another was surprised the story wasn’t about another Jen, “Well, it’s not Jen Anniston [sic] this time, so that’s genuinely surprising. I mean, she’s been pregnant for like 10 years at least 😂 #DontBelieveTabloids.”

Another user replied, “Oh come on now Rheese [sic], if magazine says it’s true, than it MUST be so! What do you know anyways? Of course they know your body better than you do!! 🙄🤣”

There’s obviously lots of sarcasm here, but the headline—and some of the Twitter reactions—also raises a good point about tabloids and their continued scrutiny of female celebrities’ bodies. As Jennifer Aniston’s publicist told the New York Times in January, “Every week I get these emails, ‘We’re working on a story that Jennifer is pregnant. I will say, ‘This is a complete fabrication. There’s no truth to this or this is all ridiculous and completely false.’ And they still go with the story.”

We’re guessing that if tabloids decided to finally switch off the pregnancy rumor story cycle, it wouldn’t exactly be met with disappointment in Hollywood.

Demi Lovato Just Posted a Powerful Message About Her Relapse

Demi Lovato took to Instagram Story on Friday afternoon, March 15, to open up about the relapse she experienced last summer.

“Today I would’ve had 7 years sober,” the singer wrote. In July 2018, news broke Lovato had suffered from an apparent overdose. The next month, she announced she was taking a step back from social media to heal and focus on her recovery. Lovato returned to Instagram in November 2018 with an important message about voting in the midterm elections, and in January 2019 she celebrated six months of sobriety.

“I don’t regret going out because I needed to make those mistakes but I must never forget that’s exactly what they were: mistakes,” Lovato continued on Instagram this afternoon, in reference to what happened over the summer. “Grateful that AA/NA never shuts the door on you no matter how many times you have to start your time over. I didn’t lose 6 years; I’ll always have that experience but now I just get to add to that time with a new journey and time count.”

She ended her Instagram Story with a message for people who are also struggling with addiction. “If you’ve relapsed and are afraid to get help again, just know it’s possible to take that step towards recovery,” she wrote. “If you’re alive today, you can make it back. You’re worth it.”

See Demi Lovato‘s posts for yourself, below:

The speculation surrounding Lovato’s relapse has been nonstop. In December 2018, she attempted to shut down the chatter by tweeting (and later deleting), “Someday I’ll tell the world what exactly happened, why it happened, and what my life is like today…but until I’m ready to share that with people, please stop prying and making up shit that you know nothing about. I still need space and time to heal.”

Supergoop! Superscreen Daily Moisturizer Is the Only Sunscreen I Wear

Forgive me Father for I have sinned. I’ve broken the biggest beauty rule in the book—one that has been drilled into my head since I was a fledgling beauty addict stealing my mom’s fashion magazines. I never wear sunscreen (pause for shock and horror). I know I’m supposed to wear it everyday, but my reality is closer to once every few months, when I know I’m going to be out in the sun for an extended amount of time. I’ve heard it said that if you’re not wearing sun protection, the rest of your skin care is essentially useless, but I still can’t bring myself to change my ways.

My aversion to sunscreen comes down to two major factors, the first being that I am simply very lazy. As someone who’s chronically running 15 minutes behind at all times, my morning skin care routine has to be as quick as possible. Adding a sunscreen and then giving it time to sink in before moving on to my makeup frankly just takes too long.

The second factor is the majority of sunscreens don’t work for me. I’ve experimented with texture, brands, mineral and physical forms, and hadn’t found the right fit. They either pilled up, were too matte or too shiny, or disrupted my makeup. Most sunscreens also break my out or irritate my sensitive eyes, and I was starting to think SPF just wasn’t for me. Sure, I’d be wrinkly later on, and not wearing sunscreen isn’t doing any favors for my hyperpigmentation, but at least I don’t have to deal with all the drama now.

I’d dabbled in moisturizers with SPF (as opposed to layering a separate sunscreen over my moisturizer), but I found most were too low in SPF to really make a difference, and I was too married to my favorite moisturizer to make the swap. Time was on my side though, and right as I ran out of my beloved Embryolisse the Supergoop Superscreen Daily Moisturizer SPF 40 arrived at my desk.

The Superscreen is a daily moisturizer with SPF 40. It comes in a very Instagrammable pot and has a bouncy, whipped texture that I can only describe as pudding-like. There’s a light floral fragrance with a hint of Play-Doh that I actually kind of like.

I’d tried Supergoop before and had unfortunately broken out shortly after, but I was sucked in by Instagram hype yet again and decided to give the Superscreen a try. I’m pleased to report not only did I not break out, but my skin looked amazing. It soaks right in, and my skin feels immediately plump and bouncy, which could be attributed to the formula’s inclusion of blue-green algae, an ingredient with nourishing benefits and antioxidants. The cream is rich enough to hydrate my dry skin and leave a pretty glow, but doesn’t leave an oily residue. And most importantly, it creates a perfect canvas for makeup, with no flashback or pilling.

The formula also contains Cerium, an element that protects from blue light damage. The jury is still out on if blue light has an affect our skin, and it personally feels a little gimmicky to me, but it’s nice to know I’ll be protected if it does turn out to be dangerous. The other thing to note is that this is a chemical sunscreen with avobenzone, homosalate, and octisalate as the active sun protection ingredients. According to a new FDA proposal, there are only two guaranteed safe ingredients to use, Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide, because they sit on top of your skin. These actives are currently being reviewed for human safety by the FDA, but haven’t been deemed unsafe. They are reef safe though and won’t cause damage to the oceans.

I’ve turned a new leaf, and since I tried Superscreen about two months ago, I’ve worn sunscreen everyday—my all-time record. And that’s nothing to scoff at.

Outfit Ideas: Five Ways to Wear a Jumpsuit

From white sneakers to fleece jackets, practical pieces are ruling fashion right now. Officially making that best of list? Jumpsuits. They’ve been on the runways, in all their utilitarian glory, of Gucci, Valentino, and Tibi. Street-style regulars made the look their own. And now everyone in your social feeds is power-posing in a jumpsuit.

Ever since I first started noticing the rise of the jumpsuit (or coveralls if you prefer), I went back and forth on whether to add them to my cart. I got the obvious appeal: It’s a one-and-done outfit (and with pockets!). But at the same time, I couldn’t visualize how to make something so imposing—a long-sleeve, ankle-length monochromatic one-piece—feel exciting to wear. You can swap the sneakers for heels, yes. But after that, how many different outfits could you come up with?

So when the Top Gun–esque utility styles that were all over Fashion Week this past February, we wanted to see how versatile the jumpsuit could really be. Here, five ways to dress this closet workhorse up and down.