PopWatch Planner: 'Now You See Me,' 'The Bachelorette'
Summer premieres haven’t quite started — except for The Killing this Sunday — and season finales are all behind us. You are all probably still watching and rewatching the new episodes of Arrested Development. Also, it’s that weird limbo week where no huge blockbuster comes out (Much Ado is next week, guys!). But there’s still some pretty great (or at least amusing) things out there. So check out this guide of what to download, stream, and DVR this week.
The Bachelorette, 8 p.m., ABC
Does anything say summer like “There’s nothing else on so I might as well watch The Bachelorette?” Desiree was totally adorable during Sean’s season and she’s definitely kept her charming qualities. Kristen Baldwin’s review said the guys were a little boring, but one shows up in a suit of armor, so at least that’ll keep you entertained.
How Did This Get Made? podcast
On this bi-weekly podcast Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael, and Jason Mantzoukas make fun of terrible movies. However, this week the gang, along with special guest Adam Scott, are talking Fast & Furious 6. And last time they sort of seemed to love Fast Five. Expect a lot of “literally”‘s to be thrown around and probably some talk about Vin’s wardrobe. Listen to the Fast Five podcast to get ready.
Don’t Trust the B- In Apt. 23 episodes are online
It’s a pretty slow week which means it’s time for everyone to remember that the remaining unaired episodes of Don’t Trust the B- In Apt. 23 are online. In one episode, Chloe and James have a fight and we get a glimpse of what each would be like without the other (spoiler: one goes to work at a cell phone store). In another, Chloe puts something in June’s drink and she blacks out for a big presentation. These two never change!
Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous, 10:30, MTV
Internet superstar Bo Burnham brings the laughs weekly on this show about a kid who wants to be famous so badly, he hires a camera crew to make his own reality show about himself.
Now You See Me comes to theaters
Be honest, you’re interested. How do they rob that bank anyway? Also, who exactly is Morgan Freeman playing?
The Nerdist, 10 p.m., BBC America
Seth Rogen stops by to talk This Is The End. Chris Hardwick continues to count his money/be the perfect man for many a female comedy nerd.
The Killing, 8 p.m. AMC
Is it going to be better? Does it ruin the initial premise of the show that they’re working on a serial killer case now? Let us know.
Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23