Super Bowl LIII is taking over screens across the country on Sunday, but if you’re not into , there’s still plenty of new shows and movies to check out.
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Whether you’re planning to marathon a new Netflix series or want to see what’s airing besides the game, we’ve got you covered.
Here are some suggestions to consider on Sunday night:
Consider checking out one of Netflix’s newest series, “Russian Doll,” starring “Orange Is the New Black” and “American Pie” actress Natasha Lyonne.
The eight-episode series, created by Amy Poehler, Leslye Headland and Lyonne, is about a woman, Nadia, who can’t seem to stop dying and reliving a certain moment of her life.
Tune in to find out Nadia’s fate!
You won’t want to miss “Nightcrawler” director Dan Gilroy’s latest — “Velvet Buzzsaw,” a compelling thriller about supernatural forces invading the world of fine art.
The series has an all-star cast, with Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Toni Collette, Natalia Dyer and John Malkovich.
I Am the Night
Actor Chris Pine stars in the new TNT limited series crime drama, “I Am the Night,” about the unsolved 1947 murder of Elizabeth Short.
Written by Sam Sheridan, the six episode miniseries was directed by Patty Jenkins, whose projects include “Wonder Woman” and “Monster.”
The series premiered on Monday on TNT, so catch up before the next episode!
THE WORLD’S BEST
You can skip the big game but still tune in to the premiere of CBS’s new worldwide talent show immediately following the Super Bowl.
James Corden is hosting, and Drew Barrymore, RuPaul Andre Charles and Faith Hill are on the judging panel. The acts are sure to amaze!
Puppy Bowl XV
Another premiere you don’t want to miss on Sunday? The Puppy Bowl!
You might not like sports, but if puppies are involved, who could complain?
The special will air at 8 p.m. on Animal Planet. We can’t wait to see if #TeamRuff or #TeamFluff will win this year’s big game!