Gotham Knights follows Batman’s adopted son as he teams up with his enemies’ children, Mean Girl Murders explores cruel real-life intentions, and Ted Lasso returns

The It List is Yahoo’s weekly look at the best of pop culture, including movies, music, TV, streaming, games, books, podcasts and more. Here are our picks for March 13-19, including the best deals we could find for each. (Yahoo Entertainment may receive a percentage of purchases made through links on this page.)

WATCH IT: When the bat is gone, the knights play along Gotham Knights

Not to be confused with the recently released PlayStation game of the same name – and premise – the latest from The CW (and perhaps one of the recently sold last network) DC Comics-based show begins with the death of Gotham City’s Dark Knight. After Batman is buried, Bruce Wayne’s adopted son Turner Hayes (Oscar Morgan) tries to become Metropolis’ next champion with the help of Robin (Navia Robinson) and a (suicide) squad of other young heroes. Got into production before James Gunn and Peter Safran took over DC Studios, Gotham Knights is a show caught between universes…but that means these knights can have a lot more fun without continuity. — Ethan age

Gotham Knights Premieres Tuesday, March 14 at 9 p.m. on The CW.

WATCH IT: Common girl murders shows twisted true stories

This six-episode series features re-enactments of horror stories ripped from the headlines, including one about Vegas showgirls and another about Texas rodeo queens. The first show deals with the case of Stacy DeGrandchamp, a 17-year-old who was stabbed to death at a backyard party by Holly Boisvert, the girl who was said to be her best friend. Authorities had a hard time putting it all together because they couldn’t get the witnesses to tell them what happened. Boisvert finally pleaded guilty to manslaughter in 2021 but there are still so many questions. First off, what happened to bring about such a tragedy? And why had none of the others there stepped in to stop the violence? – Raechal Shewfelt

Common girl murders Premieres Monday, March 13 at 9 p.m. on ID.

stream it: carnival series throws one final party in his series finale

When you go out, go out with a bang. Prime Video’s Steampunk Fairy Tale Series, carnival series, concludes its two-year run with a series finale that sets off a grand battle between mythical creatures and humans. Of course, Cara Delevingne’s fairy vignette is the focus of this fight, and also the focus of this exclusive clip, in which the actress and model hatch some dangerous battle plans. — EA

carnival seriesThe series finale of premieres Friday, March 17 on Prime Video.

stream it: Teddy Lasso is life!

Are we ready for Teddy Lasso Come back? you should better Believe It. Jason Sudeikis’ football coach Fish Out of Water has 12 episodes to turn AFC Richmond into a winning team before the hit Apple TV+ show bids farewell… for now. But as we learn in the season 3 premiere, good old Ted also has some serious personal drama to deal with off the field, right up to and including a now-controversial relationship with his former pal Nate (Nick Mohammed). Celebrate Teddy Lasso‘s return, Warner Bros. has also released a range of new products ranging from leotards and action figures to ice cream flavors and bobble heads. For heaps of merch in one convenient bundle, pick up the Believe Capsule, which comes with a necklace, soccer ball, and dartboard. — EA

Teddy Lasso Premieres Wednesday, March 15 on Apple TV+; Teddy Lasso Products are available from WB shop.

STREAM/LISTEN: U2 & Dave Letterman’s friendship is the sweetest thing ever

During the 2020 lockdown, Bono and the Edge have remastered, reimagined and re-recorded 40 U2 classics for the four-piece disc songs of devotion Collection – then, when travel restrictions were eased, they celebrated by inviting their famous fan and friend, talk show icon David (apparently just Dave now) Letterman, to their special show at their hometown Dublin’s old Ambassador Cinema building. The cinematic result, directed by Oscar winners 20 feet from glory Directed by Morgan Neville, it’s part Dublin travelogue (Letterman was in the city for the first time), part concert film and part U2 rock film, but above all it’s a touching tribute to the three men’s friendship. And, spoiler alert: even Bono and The Edge would agree that Letterman is the real rock star here, even inspiring a cute new U2 song. — Lyndsey Parker

Bono & The Edge: A Homecoming of Kind with Dave Letterman Premieres Friday, March 17 on Disney+. songs of devotion by U2 is available for download/streaming same day .

WATCH IT: PBS offers a “fresh, feminist perspective.” Marie Antoinette

It turns out there’s a lot more to the former Queen of France’s story than the gorgeous dresses and candy-colored surroundings we remember from Sofia Coppola’s cool biopic, which starred the always amazing Kirsten Dunst. Not that we’re complaining! But who better than PBS to churn out a dramatic new series about the young king who was eventually executed, written by Deborah Davis, who wrote the acclaimed 2018 film The favourite, and with German actress Emilia Schüle in the title role. “It’s certainly not a dusty historical drama,” says Schüle in a sneak peek clip. “You won’t hear the line ‘Let her eat cake’ because she never said it. We will show a completely new Marie Antoinette.” What viewers will behold, the net promises is”a fresh, feminist attitude‘ about a woman who struggled to live the life she wanted until her execution in 1793. —RS

Marie Antoinette Premieres Sunday, March 19 at 10 p.m. on PBS.

WATCH IT: Air Force One flies on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray

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Harrison Ford’s illustrious film career can almost be divided into three phases: Conspicuous young action star (Star Wars, Blade Runner, Indiana Jones), gracefully aging playwright (Regarding Henry, The Fugitive, What Lies Beneath) and grizzled action vet (Star Wars, Blade Runner And Indiana Jones, once again). Square in this middle category lies arguably Ford’s most popular non-franchise venture: Air Force One. And why wouldn’t HF fans love AFO? He’s president in the movie And he kicks it in the ass. The thriller, directed by Wolfgang Petersen – starring heavyweights Glenn Close and Gary Oldman – gets an Ultra HD launch this week and looks slicker than ever in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision. — Kevin Powy

Air Force One is now stepping up to 4K Ultra HD Amazon.

Stream it: Best Documentary nominated All the beauty and the bloodshed coming to HBO Max

Before becoming almost a statistic of the opioid epidemic, famed photographer Nan Goldin saw numerous family members and close friends die before their time. The remarkable non-fiction portrait by Laura Poitras connects Goldin’s personal story with her activism today and spearheads a campaign to hold the Sackler family accountable for their role in unleashing Oxycontin on the world. Even if her efforts are successful, in a devastating finale, Poitras reminds us that full justice can remain elusive for the rich and powerful. — EA

All the beauty and the bloodshed Premieres Sunday, March 19th on HBO Max. Gotham Knights follows Batman’s adopted son as he teams up with his enemies’ children, Mean Girl Murders explores cruel real-life intentions, and Ted Lasso returns

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