What to watch the week of August 28: Lord of the Rings and a New Netflix Rom-Com, Love in the Villa

House of the Dragons secretly follows Game of Thrones Park’s record-breaking HBO premiere, Prime Video this week released four of its iconic images from Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. There’s no comparison here, except that it’s another visually stunning series with an epic story and a massive budget to run it.

But if you’re not a fan of fantasy dramas, or even if you are, there are plenty of other new shows worth your attention. The Hallmark Mahogany Cards brand comes with original TV movies made on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel. First: Unimaginable Goodies, which opens tonight and is a fun way to pass the time.

There are also American National Parks, which are broadcast on NetGeo for five nights. The documentary series is another reminder of the sacredness of our planet. Yes, I know you do, but you can’t help but be carried away by the beauty of these scenic gardens and try to live in the wildlife that calls them home.

On the om-com front, Love in the Villa on Netflix will take you to Italy, or at least inspire your next vacation. If you’re looking for something with more drama, The Bachelorette has you covered this week with “Men Tell All.” Then I sat down with Rachel and Gabe, and they had a lot of interesting things to say as well. (Click here for an interview with Rachel and here for an interview with Gabe.)

There’s plenty to see before Labor Day (like the great Sterling K. Brown and Regina Hall in The Funny Honk of Jesus. Save Your Soul), So check out what’s premiering this week and see you next Sunday for everything from reality pizza chains to Jon Bernthal in American Gigolo.

VMAs (MTV) on Sunday, August 28th

VMAs (MTV): The VMAs are back in New Jersey at the Prudential Center, hosted by LL Cool J, Nicki Minaj and Jack Harlow. Nicki Minaj will perform and receive the Video Vanguard Award, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers will receive the Global Icon Award (they will also be performing). Other scheduled performers include: Lizzo, Blackpink, Meneskin, Jack Harlow, Anita, Jay Balvin, Marshmallow x Khaled, and Bunik! towards the club.

Lil Nas X, Kendrick Lamar and Jack Harlow lead the way with seven nominations each, while Doja Cat and Harry Styles have six nominations and Billy Ilish, Drake, Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift and The Weeknd have five Nominations have been received.

And it’s hard to believe, but it’s been nearly a decade since the VMAs visited Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Check out this retro video we made to see how many famous faces you see. And don’t forget to check back on Glamor during and after the show for the best looks, moments, and more. 8 a.m. Masters ET/PT, 7 p.m. The master is the TDM

Unthinkably Good Things (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries) on Sunday, August 28th

Unthinkably Good Things (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries): The first film in the Hallmark Mahogany franchise will take viewers to the beautiful backdrops of Montana, the serene landscapes of Hawaii and the romantic world of Tuscany, starring Karen Bateman, Joyful Drake and Erica Ash in the enclosures. Watch the trailer below. 9 p.m. ET, 8 p.m. CT, 6 p.m. PT

The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family (PBS) on Sunday, August 28th

The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family (PBS): A three-part series airing every Sunday until 9/11 that follows the rise and fall of a family dynasty whose quest for power is ultimately reversed. According to PBS Magazine, “Sweetheart, betrayed and beheaded, Anne Boleyn is England’s most famous queen.”

Henry VIII’s second wife, tried on his orders for adultery and treason, was led from her room in the Tower of London by the executioner’s sword but about her to fully understand Anne’s rise and fall in More Need to Know Close Relationships. Cunning, power hungry family.

Based on 16th-century sources, including rare original letters and documents, this new three-part series uses the insights and dramatic reconstructions of leading Tudor scholars to bring this story to life from a family perspective.

But they changed the course of British history and left a remarkable legacy in the form of two remarkable monarchs: Queen Elizabeth I, daughter of Anne, and Queen Elizabeth II, a direct descendant of Mary Boleyn, at 8pm. Streaming on the Master ET and PBS video apps.

The Bachelorette: Men Tell All (ABC) on Monday, August 29th

The Bachelorette: Men Tell All (ABC): Now it’s time to hear about the guys who have been dropped (except for some of them, who obviously should be somewhere else). “It was more emotional than I probably expected,” host Jesse Palmer told Glamor after the recording. “But it was a great night to see everyone together.”

Not only will we get most of the men together under one roof, but we’ll also see what happens now to Rachel’s last date with Eve, shall we now? “There will be some amazing twists and turns,” Palmer jokes of what will happen the rest of the way. “These things absolutely defeat the virgin nation.” I can’t wait for it. 8 p.m. ET/PT, 7 p.m. CT Master whistle and broadcast on Hulu the next day.

America’s National Parks (National Geographic) on Monday, August 29th

America’s National Parks (National Geographic): This sprawling series is narrated by Garth Brooks, airs five consecutive nights (focusing on the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Big Bend, Badlands, and Hawaiian volcanoes) and the First Lady Also appearing with Jill’s introduction is Biden. : “The Series Us”. takes a deep and immersive dive into the grandeur and beauty of the precious landscapes that make up this collective patriotic jewel,” and after watching a few episodes, I can say that’s absolutely true. 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT and all episodes air Will be Disney+ starting August 31st.

Keep This Between Us (Freeform) on Monday, August 29th

Keep This Between Us (Freeform): Two episodes in tonight’s new documentary series (there are four episodes total), following one woman’s journey as she re-examines her past relationship with a teacher. According to Freeform, “the series highlights the widespread epidemic of research in American high schools.” 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CTand airing the next day on Hulu.

Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (Prime Video) on Thursday, September 1st

Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (Prime Video): The epic eight-part drama is finally here and J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.

Prime Video says the series will “take viewers to a time when superpowers were created, kingdoms rose to glory and ruined, unlikely heroes were tested, by the greatest sons of hopes.” shattered, and ‘one of the greatest villains ever’. Tolkien pen. Sama threatened to cover the whole world in darkness.

Set in a time of relative peace, the series follows a cast of familiar and new characters as they face the terrifying return of evil to Middle-earth. From the darkest depths of the Mist Mountains to the majestic forests of the elven capital of Lyndon, the awe-inspiring kingdoms of the island of Numenor, and the far reaches of the map, these kingdoms and characters will create a legacy that will bring them… death. ” Who is it.

The first two episodes will be released in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide on Friday, September 1 (or September 2 in select time zones), with new episodes available each week.

Love in the Villa (Netflix) on Thursday, September 1st

Love in the Village (Netflix): I can’t think of a better Labor Day weekend movie than the magical and predictable Netflix romcom starring Kat Graham and Tom Hopper and set against the backdrop of Verona, Italy. In the film, Julie Hutton (Graham) is about to embark on a dream trip to the medieval town known as Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet Theatre.

In fact, it’s more than just a vacation… it’s probably where she meets her boyfriend, Brandon. But it all falls apart when Brandon breaks up with her, and the romantic trip Jolie has been planning for years turns into a solo trip abroad.

When you arrive at Love in the Village (yes, it’s called that), the rental is already occupied by a handsome British man. Charlie (Hooper) wants nothing to do with Julie, and vice versa. But eventually, the tide turned, or maybe there was something in the water at Love in the Village, and Julie and Charlie realized there might be a grand plan in the works…

Gigi & Nate (Roadside Pictures) on Friday, September 2nd

Gigi & Nate (Roadside Pictures): Adorable capuchins Marcia Gay Harden, Charlie Rowe, Josephine Langford, Hannah Riley, Zoe Colletti, Jim Belushi, Diana Ladd showed all the emotions (and only the trailer) in this heartfelt and emotional starring film in!) , and even more of the monkey. In this movie, Nate Gibson’s life is turned upside down when he becomes paralyzed. Living anything resembling “normal” seems impossible until he meets his unexpected service animal, Gigi, who helps Nate find what he needs most: hope. It happened in theaters

Devil in Ohio (Netflix) on Friday, September 2nd

Devil in Ohio (Netflix): An eight-episode limited series starring fan favorites Emily Deschanel (Bones) and Sam Jaeger (Parenthood). Logical line: Drs in the hospital psychiatrist. Susan Mathis (Deschanel) harbors a mysterious cult defector and everything starts to unravel when a visit from a strange girl threatens to tear her family apart. Broadcast

Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul (Peacock) on Friday, September 2nd

Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul (Peacock): Sterling K. Brown and Regina Hall star as Lee-Curtis Childs and Trinity Childs, pastors of Great Southern Baptist Church, respectively, in this satirical comedy. It used to have tens of thousands of members, but after a scandal forced them to close the church temporarily, the kids must reopen their church and rebuild their church, so that commercial religion by now the biggest return possible. running and even in theaters.

Life by Ella (Apple TV+) on Friday, September 2nd

Ella’s Life (Apple TV+): Aimed primarily at children and families, the series focuses on Ella as she returns to school with a whole new perspective after her battle with cancer. Ella’s life emphasizes the importance of making every day count, caring for your friends and not being afraid to take risks. Broadcast

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