If you find yourself wanting to stay in this week as a coronavirus precaution, don’t worry: There are plenty of TV shows and movies coming out that will keep you occupied. From the return of Westworld to Little Fires Everywhere, your queue is about to look so good.
Below, all the TV shows and movies to stream this week:
Sunday, March 15
Westworld It’s been two years since this sci-fi cowboy phenomenon was last on HBO. But don’t worry, season three is well worth the wait. 9 p.m. ET on HBO
Monday, March 16
The Plot Against America Here is HBO’s official description for this series, which stars Winona Ryder and John Turturro: “A working-class Jewish family in New Jersey watches the political rise of aviator-hero and xenophobic populist Charles Lindbergh, as he becomes president and turns the nation toward fascism. This six-part reimagining of history is based on the Philip Roth novel of the same name.” 9 p.m. ET on HBO
Tuesday, March 17
Bert Kreischer: Hey Big Boy Comedian Bert Kreischer tackles everything from parenting to gun control in this new comedy special. Streaming on Netflix
Wednesday, March 18
Motherland: Fort Salem Here is Freeform’s official description for this show, per an email: The series “is set in an alternate, present-day America where witches ended their persecution 300 years ago by cutting a deal with the U.S. government to fight for their country. The series follows three young women from basic training in combat magic into terrifying and thrilling early deployment. In this world, the traditional roles of gender and power are flipped with women on the front lines, the fight looming and terrorist threats that are strikingly familiar to our world, but with supernatural tactics and weapons.” 9 p.m. ET on Freeform
Little Fires Everywhere This highly anticipated series, based on Celeste Ng’s novel, follows two different families in Shaker Heights, Ohio: the Richardsons, an affluent family with four children, and the Warrens, a mother-daughter duo who struggle to get by. An unexpected friendship between the families’ children draws them together, but a custody battle for a Chinese American baby threatens to tear them—and the entire town—apart. Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon play the matriarchs of the two families. Streaming on Hulu
Thursday, March 19
Feel Good Mae Martin stars as herself in this new drama series about a comedian dealing with sobriety and her relationship with her girlfriend while living in London. Streaming on Netflix
Friday, March 20
Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker Octavia Spencer stars in this biopic series as Madam C.J. Walker, whose hair-care advances led to her becoming the first black female self-made millionaire. Streaming on Netflix
The English Game A new drama series centered on two 19th-century British footballers on opposing ends of a class divide. Streaming on Netflix
The Invisible Man, The Hunt, and Emma: In light of the coronavirus outbreak and folks being less likely to go to the cinema, NBCUniversal is making three of its latest theatrical releases—The Invisible Man, The Hunt, and Emma—available for in-home renting starting March 20. According to Deadline, renting will cost approximately $19.99 per film for a 48-hour window.
“NBCUniversal will continue to evaluate the environment as conditions evolve and will determine the best distribution strategy in each market when the current unique situation changes,” reads a statement from NBCUniversal, per Deadline. Stay tuned to see if other new movies follow suit.
Saturday, March 21
J-Style Trip A variety show anchored by Taiwanese musician Jay Chou. Streaming on Netflix