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Taylor Swift at the Grammys, Taylor Swift in Tokyo, Taylor Swift at the Super Bowl. Honestly you guys, I'm here for it all. And yes, Sunday's Grammys would be more fun if Travis Kelce were there to root on his girlfriend, but by all accounts, it's going to be one hell of a show that we're going to be talking about all day on Monday.
Our girl Tay is up for six awards, as well as Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo. The legendary Joni Mitchell will perform for the first time at the Grammys. Oprah will present. So will Meryl Streep. Tracy Chapman will reportedly perform her hit song, “Fast Car,” with Luke Combs. And that's only scratching the surface.
Billy Joel will also take the stage, as well as Dua Lipa, U2 (from the Sphere in Las Vegas; hey, maybe Kelce can join them?), Burna Boy, Travis Scott, and more. Meanwhile, Christina Aguilera, Lenny Kravitz, Lionel Richie, Mark Ronson, and more will present.
Plus, if we've learned anything from the Grammys, it's to expect the unexpected, so I'm holding out hope that Ryan Gosling and Simu Liu join Dua Lipa for a performance of “Dance the Night” from Barbie. (By the way, don't forget to check Glamour throughout the night, as we'll be posting all the big moments, best fashion, and more).
But if the Grammys aren't your thing, then you're in luck, because curmudgeon Larry David returns for the 12th and final season of Curb Your Enthusiasm on HBO and Max tonight. It's a great week for comedy all around, as ABC's Abbott Elementary is finally back following last year's dual strikes. (The Connors and Not Dead Yet also return on Wednesday).
Abbott will premiere with back-to-back episodes, and Chris Perfetti tells Glamour that show creator and star Quinta Brunson had an idea this season that will "flip the show on its head a bit.” What does that mean? Well, we'll have to wait to find out, but here's a sneak peek of what's in store:
Also on Wednesday, The Price is Right airs its newest primetime special with none other than Donna Kelce on hand to help out Drew Carey with this Super Bowl-themed episode. When I spoke to her last year ahead of Super Bowl LVII, she told me that all the media attention was fun, but “it's only for a couple of weeks. We’re not talking about this for an entire year." Oh, how funny life can be.
Then on Thursday, Netflix drops the romantic drama series, One Day. It really draws you in after a couple episodes, thanks to two very charismatic leads in Leo Woodall and Ambika Mod. For more on that series, take a look below.
On the movie front, Nicola Peltz Beckham makes her directorial debut in the film Lola, which is out this Friday. It's an ambitious undertaking, as Peltz Beckham also wrote the script and stars in the film. We have an exclusive clip, which you can see further down in this column.
Also on Friday is Suncoast, the Sundance darling that stars Laura Linney, Woody Harrelson, and breakout star Nico Parker (best known for Dumbo and The Last of Us). After arriving in theaters this past Thursday, it will start streaming on Hulu on February 9. It's not an easy watch, but it's a beautiful, moving, and impactful film.
And with that, I'll see you all back here next Sunday as Taylor and Travis take Vegas.
Sunday, February 4
The 66th Annual Grammy Awards (CBS/Paramount+): SZA, who is the most nominated artist this year with nine nominations, will perform during the three-and-a-half hour show, in addition to all the above-mentioned names. For a full list of nominees, click here, and come back to Glamour throughout the night for all the coverage and hot takes. 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT/5 p.m. PT
Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO/Max): The Emmy-winning comedy series returns for its twelfth and final ten-episode season tonight (new episodes will air weekly through April 7). In addition to his highness Larry David, the largely-improvised series also stars Jeff Garlin, Susie Essman, Cheryl Hines, J.B. Smoove, Richard Lewis, Ted Danson, Vince Vaughn, and Tracey Ullman. 10 p.m. ET/9 p.m. CT and streaming on Max
Monday, February 5
Earthday 365 (Pluto TV): Environmental activist and actor Pamela Anderson will help launch a new, free 24/7 TV channel premiering on Pluto TV today called Earthday 365. All the programming will focus on nature, science, the environment, and more. And here's a plus: 5% of all proceeds will be donated to environmental causes. Watch here
Wednesday, February 7
The Conners (ABC): The sixth season premiere, which is titled “The Publisher Cops Show Pilot,” features Jackie seeking advice from an unexpected guest after facing problems at the Lunch Box. Meanwhile, Dan and Darlene make a trip to Chicago. 8 p.m. ET/PT, 7 p.m. CT
Not Dead Yet (ABC): Season two of the Gina Rodriguez comedy series premieres tonight. In the episode, titled “Not Owning It Yet,” Lexi’s father and owner of the SoCal Independent, Duncan Rhodes (Brad Garrett) comes into the office and forms a bond with Nell (Rodriguez), much to his daughter’s (Lauren Ash) dismay. 8:30 p.m. ET/PT, 7:30 p.m. CT
Abbott Elementary (ABC): It's Career Day, part one and two, in this special one-hour premiere of the Emmy-winning comedy series third season. According to the official logline, it’s a new year at Abbott Elementary, and Janine is as eager as ever, especially because she wants her Career Day to be a massive success. Meanwhile, Ava has a new approach to her job, and Melissa is asked a surprising question. 9 p.m. ET/PT, 8 p.m. CT
The Price is Right at Night (CBS): Ahead of the Super Bowl, Donna Kelce will assist Drew Carey with helping lucky contestants win extravagant football-themed prizes in this nighttime special of the daytime game show. Kelce is a longtime fan of The Price is Right, and although sons Travis and Jason won't be in the audience to cheer their mom on, they will send along a special video message. (By the way, in case you're wondering, yes, one lucky contestant will have the chance to win the ultimate Super Bowl party package and a trip to Las Vegas to see Super Bowl LVIII). 8 p.m. ET/PT, 7 p.m. CT
Thursday, February 8
One Day (Netflix): The White Lotus' Leo Woodall (he played the “nephew” who schemed Portia) is the lead in this romantic drama that spans decades and is based on the best-selling novel by David Nicholls (who is an executive producer). Ambika Mod (This Is Going to Hurt) plays his potential love interest. The series tells the story of Emma Morley and Dexter Mayhew, who, on the night of their graduation—July 15, 1988—speak for the very first time. The next morning, they go their separate ways, but each episode sees Dex and Em one year later every July 15. Per Netflix, One Day explores themes like the inevitability of soul-mates, growing up together into adulthood, the highs and lows of (extraordinary) ordinary life and everything that comes along with it—love, loss and heartbreak. Streaming
I Wasn't Expecting a Baby! (Lifetime): Well that's certainly an interesting show title, and it lives up to its name. Yes, the series is about women who were completely unaware they were pregnant until they were pretty much about to give birth. It's a phenomenon known as cryptic pregnancy, and one in 2,500 women experience a pregnancy that goes unnoticed until delivery. With personal videos, photos, and first-hand accounts, these new moms share their unexpected journey to motherhood. 10 p.m. ET/9 p.m. CT
Friday, February 9
Lola (Vertical): Nicola Peltz Beckham makes her directorial debut (she also wrote and stars in Lola). Set in 2002, the film centers on 19-year-old Lola James (Peltz Beckham) who is desperately working to save enough money to get her little brother, Arlo (Luke David Blumm), out of their toxic home dominated by their mother, Mona (Virginia Madsen). All Lola wants is for her brother to have a chance at the life she never had and most likely never will. Check out an exclusive clip featuring Nicola Peltz Beckham and Luke David Blumm, who plays Arlo, below. In theaters and on VOD
Lisa Frankenstein (Focus Features): Zelda Williams directs a script from writer Diablo Cody that features Kathryn Newton, Cole Sprouse, Carla Gugino, and more. It's about a misunderstood teenager and her high school crush, who happens to be a handsome corpse. (Just go with it). According to the official description, after a set of playfully horrific circumstances bring him back to life, the two embark on a murderous journey to find love, happiness…and a few missing body parts along the way. In theaters
Upgraded (Prime Video): Camila Mendes plays Ana, an ambitious intern dreaming of a career in the art world while trying to impress her demanding boss Claire (Marisa Tomei). When she's upgraded to first class on a work trip, she meets handsome Will (Archie Renaux), who mistakes Ana for her boss. Of course, Ana goes along with it, thinking/hoping it won't be the worst thing in the world—and for a bit, it isn't—until her little white lie threatens to derail true romance and a major opportunity. Streaming
Suncoast (Hulu): Laura Linney, Nico Parker and Woody Harrelson star in this Sundance film selection from Searchlight Pictures about a teenager (Parker, who just won the Sundance breakthrough performance award) who helps her mother (Linney) care for her brother. It's an upsetting, yet poignant movie about life, death, and trying to find peace amongst all the chaos. Streaming
Saturday, February 10
Love & Jane (Hallmark Channel): “Loveuary with Jane Austen” continues with the second original film dedicated to the beloved author's work. This time, Alison Sweeney's character finds guidance from Jane Austen, quite literally, in Love & Jane. Benjamin Ayres also stars. 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT
Jessica Radloff is the Glamour senior West Coast editor and author of the NYT best-selling book The Big Bang Theory: The Definitive, Inside Story of the Epic Hit Series.
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