Emily in Paris Season 3, Wildcat and 1923

Hanukkah begins its eight night celebration tonight, and Christmas is in a week, but before we start streaming all those classic holiday movieswe’ve got a bunch of new stuff coming up first, starting with the third season of Emily in Paris on Netflix.

The new season (which premieres this Wednesday, December 21) puts Emily’s career front and center, with a focus on the ups and downs that come with starting a new business in marketing and public relations. It’s not just Emily who’s going through a career transition: Madeline, Sylvie, and several other characters (who will remain nameless for now… because spoilers) are at a tipping point. Then there’s everyone’s love life, which is as messy as ever this season, thanks to a few new additions to the cast.

Speaking of which, Melia Kreiling, who plays a beautiful Greek artist named Sofia, will have a major role in the third season, so bookmark our Emily in Paris page and come back later in the week while he fills us in on everything. (and we mean all.)

Camille Razat as Camille, Lucas Bravo as Gabriel, Lucien Laviscount as Alfie, Lily Collins as Emily, Melia Kreiling as Sofia Sideris in Emily in Paris episode 305.

Camille Razat as Camille, Lucas Bravo as Gabriel, Lucien Laviscount as Alfie, Lily Collins as Emily, Melia Kreiling as Sofia Sideris in episode 305 of Emily in Paris.

Stephanie Branchu/Netflix © 2022

Meanwhile, Taylor Sheridan (yellow stone) strikes again with the premiere of 1923 (aired tonight on Paramount+). If you weren’t already excited for more Dutton family history, then the fact that it stars Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren should be enough to tune in. These two legends couldn’t do anything but sit on a rock and I would be in awe so I can’t wait to see them on screen in the wild west.

But before we get to this week’s Christmas sales, do yourself a favor and head to the theater for Wildcat, a stunning and beautiful documentary about the bond between a feral cat in the Amazon and an army veteran suffering from PTSD. We’ve always known that the relationship between animals and humans is beautiful, but this will really take your breath away.

With that said, happy Hanukkah (check out Hallmark’s hanukkah is rye air tonight or rewatch Something from Tiffany’swhich features the first Jewish lead in a Christmas movie), and I’ll see you guys back on Christmas Day!

Sunday, December 18

hanukkah is rye (Distinctive channel): In this year’s Hallmark movie Hanukkah, Molly and Jacob meet through a matchmaker, but their newfound romance is put to the test when they realize they’re competing deli owners. Hey, will a Hanukkah miracle keep them together? (Also, how come they’ve never met before? Last I checked, there aren’t that many Jewish delis out there, so you’d think they’d know each other, but whatever, it’s a movie. And I’m here to it. ). Starring Jeremy Jordan, Yael Grobglas and Lisa Loeb. 8 pm Eastern/7 pm Central

The sound of the music (ABC): A rebroadcast of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oscar-winning classic returns to keep you company for four hours this Sunday night. 7 pm Eastern/6 pm Central

1923 (Paramount+): hollywood icons Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford star in Taylor Sheridan’s new drama, which is almost guaranteed to be a hit right off the bat. The next installment of the Dutton family origin story will introduce a new generation of Duttons, led by patriarch Jacob (Ford) and matriarch Cara (Mirren). According to Paramount+, “The series will explore the first 20the century when pandemics, historic drought, the end of Prohibition and the Great Depression plague the Mountain West and the Duttons who call it home.” In addition to Ford and Mirren, 1923 It also stars Darren Mann, Michelle Randolph, James Badge Dale, Marley Shelton, Brian Geraghty, Aminah Nieves, and Jerome Flynn. Transmission

Monday, December 19

Mary Berry’s Ultimate Christmas (PBS): The darling British hostess/chef prepares a festive Christmas feast (like a three-course Christmas dinner) where she helps you plan, shop, and prepare your festive dinner. She starts with a mini Stilton and Sage bun canape, followed by her traditional Christmas dinner of lemon and herb roast turkey with all the trimmings, crispy roast potatoes, ruby ​​red cabbage and apricot chestnut stuffing. I’m already salivating 9 pm ET/8 pm CT (check local listings) on PBS, pbs.org and the PBS Video App

Wednesday, December 21

Emily in Paris (Netflix): Emily finds herself at a major crossroads: work for Sylvie at her new company or return to Chicago to work at Wheeler Group, but the decision isn’t that simple and Emily soon realizes that not making a decision is a decision in itself. . of himself—with important consequences. Perhaps most importantly, her hair and makeup have never looked better, and her fashion game this season is tres chic. Transmission

Wildcat (On cinemas): You’ve never seen a documentary like this before, in which a British Army veteran named Harry (no, not that one) and Samantha, a Ph.D. Candidate, help care for an orphaned baby ocelot bobcat to rehabilitate it in its natural habitat in the Amazon rainforest. It is a story of physical and mental survival and finding hope in the most unexpected places. Watch the trailer below. In theaters today and then available on Prime Video December 30

Thursday, December 22

The Godfather: The Final Chapters (Peacock): Based on the Universal film franchise written and directed by Malcolm D. Lee, the series catches up with the beloved cast as relationships evolve and grievances from the past resurface. Morris Chestnut, Melissa De Sousa, Taye Diggs, Regina Hall, Terrence Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Nia Long and Harold Perrineau star in this eight-hour episode limited drama series. Transmission

Top Gun: Maverick (Paramount+): The best movie of 2022 is finally available to stream globally on Paramount+ starting today. Transmission

Friday, December 23

25 days of Christmas (free form): Of classics like Home alone a scrooged, Freeform will stream your favorites from now through the rest of the month. Check your schedule here. All week

women talking (United Artists/MGM): Starring Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley, Frances McDormand, Ben Whishaw and Judith Ivey, the critically acclaimed film centers on a group of women in an isolated religious colony who struggle to reconcile their faith with a series of sexual assaults. committed by the men of the colony. On cinemas

Christmas Eve, Saturday December 24

a christmas story (TBS, TNT): As if you needed a reminder that the cable network is airing 24 hours of Peter Billingsley’s classic today. But in case you do, this is it. All day, 24 hours

It’s a wonderful life (NBC): Frank Capra’s classic, in which an angel is sent from heaven to help a desperately frustrated businessman by showing him what life would have been like if he never existed, airs tonight on NBC. Starring Jimmy Stewart. 8 pm Eastern/7 pm Central

Christmas Eve Mass at the Vatican (NBC): Pope Francis leads a mass from St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. 11:30 p.m. ET/PT, 10:30 p.m. Central

Jessica Radloff is the Glamor West Coast senior editor and author of the New York Times best selling book The Big Bang Theory: The Definitive Inside Story of the Epic Hit Series.

Originally appeared on Glamor

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