Life on Earth looks a little out of control these days.
That means lots of things, including enjoying as much streaming content as the beckoning sunshine will allow me — like when it’s way too hot and muggy to be outside.
‘Only Murders in the Building’ Season 2
I never would have bet that Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez would make a not-to-miss TV series, and yet they have done it.
You already knew I was chips in for the show about a trio of true crime devotees. This time around, the three neighbors find themselves implicated in a murder. Come for the mystery, and stay for the laughs.
Definitely start with the first season and all its New York City real estate porn.
The initial episodes of season two of “Only Murders in the Building” are streaming on Hulu.
‘Who Is Ghislaine Maxwell?’
Maxwell continues to fight for her freedom and maintain her innocence.
The three-part documentary is airing on Starz.
‘Stranger Things’ Season 4, Volume 2
There’s not much more to be said about the latest season of “Stranger Things,” except that the remaining episodes are now streaming on Netflix.
Season four’s final two episodes were released Friday.
Two things to listen to
The film is already super successful, so why not extend the love to the soundtrack?
Fun fact: Loggins said he did an updated version of his hit that never made it into the “Top Gun” sequel.
The soundtrack is out now.
Let’s stick with music from movies, shall we?
Not only are there hits from Elvis Presley, but there are also songs by contemporary artists, including Doja Cat, Jazmine Sullivan and Stevie Nicks with Chris Isaak. The film’s star Austin Butler sang some of the original Presley tunes — and nailed them.
The album is currently out.
One thing to talk about
I feel a way about the fact that in 2022 we are still celebrating firsts.
Yet celebrate we will, because it merits it.
Morgan, who plays Amanda Sinclair on the soap, noted in her acceptance speech that she “was born on a tiny island” in the Caribbean.
“We are breaking glass ceilings left, right and center, and I am so honored to be a vessel and to experience this moment,” she said. “And it’s because of everybody who is out there today who is proving to the world that we can, and we will, do this thing called equality and unity together.”
Let’s absolutely do it … together.
Something to sip on
Stars are using their voices to express their feelings about the US Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.