The Columbus Dispatch
WHAT TO WATCH
All times listed are Eastern/pacific Time. Shows air one hour earlier in Central/mountain Time.
Apple TV+ ● New Series
This new half-hour series starring Billy Crudup as a talented and optimistic salesman is set in the future and centers around a group of traveling salesmen hawking lunar timeshares. Costars include Emmy Award winner Hank Azaria, Haneefah Wood and Alison Pill.
Apple TV+ ● Feature Film Exclusive
A con artist takes on Manhattan’s billionaires in this new original drama where nothing is as it seems. Directed by The Crown’s Benjamin Caron, the film stars Julianne Moore, Sebastian Stan and John Lithgow.
J-hope in the Box
This documentary follows international music sensation j-hope of BTS as he works to release his first ever solo album, Jack in the Box. The film chronicles the creative challenges faced during the album’s preparation process, and offers front-row seats to j-hope’s 2022 Lollapalooza performance and the album’s listening party.
Hulu ● Season Premiere
Yakko, Wakko, Dot, Pinky, Brain and the rest of the Animaniacs gang return for a third and final season of this rebooted animated favorite. All 10 episodes are available today.
Josh Johnson: Up Here Killing Myself
Josh Johnson (The Daily Show) transforms an hour of talk therapy about his relationships with money, his father and a stalker into an hour of stand-up. In this comedic exploration of Black mental health and self-discovery, Johnson shares with his therapist, and the audience, his thoughts on growing up without money, grieving and first-time experiences.
Prime Video ● Season Premiere
The epic fantasy drama set in a world where humans and creatures clash returns for its second and final season. It picks up with former inspector Rycroft Philostrate, aka Philo (Orlando Bloom), investigating a series of gruesome murders that are stoking social tension.
The 12th Victim
Showtime, 8 p.m. ● New Series
Fresh eyes on Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate, the lovestruck teens notorious in 1958 for 11 brutal Midwest murders: This docuseries asks whether the 14-year-old girl was bloodthirsty or coerced.
NBC, 8:30 p.m.
Hawaii, 1986: The rival promotions come together for a Peter Maivia (Maua Fuifui) tribute show, but are soon at odds over how to best celebrate Dwayne’s (Bradley Constant) grandfather.
Travel Channel, 9 p.m.; also streams on discovery+
Amy Bruni, Adam Berry and Chip Coffey answer a desperate family’s plea for help in Albion, New York. Dark apparitions are showing extreme aggression in their home, scratching and attacking all who live there. Can the team get to the bottom of who is haunting the house?