Plus: 'Girls' returns.

By Ray Rahman
February 19, 2016 at 10:27 PM EST
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Your daily guide to the most interesting stuff happening on TV and streaming. All times Eastern. 

PICK OF THE WEEKEND

Love

Netflix, Friday, Streaming

Just when you thought the Judd Apatow Industrial Complex couldn’t get any bigger, the comedy master teams up with Lesley Arfin (Girls) and Paul Rust to deliver a winning new Netflix series about modern love. Starring Rust and the always-delightful Gillian Jacobs (R.I.P., Community), the comedy zooms in for an up-close look at relationships in true Apatovian fashion. Read our critic Jeff Jensen’s review here, and then stream the whole first season now on Netflix.

NETFLIX AND CHEW

Cooked

Netflix, Friday, Streaming

Food writer Michael Pollan and filmmaker Alex Gibney team up for a social-history docuseries about cooking, so probably make sure you have something to eat handy when you watch this.

MY OWN PRISON

Oprah: Where Are They Now?

OWN, Saturday, 10 p.m.

In which Oprah Winfrey catches up with Creed singer Scott Stapp, whether you like it or not.

L TRAIN MEETS WEDDING TRAIN

Girls

HBO, Sunday, 10 p.m.

The fifth season is full of new pleasures, from touching storylines set in Japan (the country, not some quirky Brooklyn bar) to Corey Stoll’s magnetic performance as Elijah’s (Andrew Rannells) new love interest. Also, Jake Lacy! You love Jake Lacy. But first, Sunday’s premiere kicks off with the gang doing what it does best — the core four freaking out at a wedding. Check out our review of the series’ penultimate season here.

DUPLASSNESS

Togetherness

HBO, Sunday, 10:30 p.m.

The Duplass Brothers’ intimate L.A. dramedy returns for another season full of tension, emotion, and Melanie Lynskey. Seriously, she’s so good in it!

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