You already know the 95th Oscars airs tonight, but if you don't have basic cable, care only about the after-parties, or just want to know if Jennifer Coolidge is presenting, then we have you covered. (For the record, Coolidge is not presenting as of now, but there's a good chance she'll be at the Vanity Fair Oscar party, which you'll be able to watch below.)
As for the nominees and winners, it sure seems that it's going to be Everything Everywhere All at Once's night, but there have also been enough surprises from the BAFTAs and the SAG Awards to know that no one is a lock. One thing we do know is that whether Michelle Yeoh, Angela Bassett, Jamie Lee Curtis, or Ke Huy Quan wins, we're going to get deeply inspiring, emotional speeches that will be all over our Instagram feeds the next day.
If the Oscars aren't your thing, then not to worry: There are more than enough premieres this week to look forward to, starting with the return of Ted Lasso, which may or may not be its final season. We talked to Brett Goldstein for a feature coming this week in which he says he'd be awfully sad if he's played the last of Roy Kent, so stay tuned for more with the charming Brit.
Of course, all this talk of whether Ted Lasso is ending or not overshadows the fact that we still have 12 new episodes (spread out over three months) to look forward to starting Wednesday. The first episode back is classic Ted, and it also ends on somewhat of a cliff-hanger. But before I spill something I'm not supposed to, here's what I can say about the third season, per Apple TV+: “The newly promoted AFC Richmond faces ridicule as media predictions widely peg them as last in the Premier League and Nate (Nick Mohammed), now hailed as the ‘wonder kid,’ has gone to work for Rupert (Anthony Head) at West Ham United. In the wake of Nate’s contentious departure from Richmond, Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein) steps up as assistant coach alongside Beard (Brendan Hunt). Meanwhile, while Ted (Jason Sudeikis) deals with pressures at work, he continues to wrestle with his own personal issues back home, Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham) is focused on defeating Rupert, and Keeley (Juno Temple) navigates being the boss of her own PR agency. Things seem to be falling apart both on and off the pitch, but Team Lasso is set to give it their best shot anyway.”
Elsewhere, fan favorites Peter Reckell and Kristian Alfonso return to Days of Our Lives this week as Bo and Hope, and our friends at Peacock have given us an exclusive clip of Alfonso's return.
Speaking of exclusives, we also have a sneak peek at episode seven of Daisy Jones & the Six, which just keeps raising the stakes as we get closer to the finale. All six episodes of the Prime Video limited series are currently streaming, so make sure you're caught up as we head into the very dramatic home stretch.