“The Bear”, “And so” and others

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Bookmark this page because StrippedPixel brings you a weekly list at your fingertips. With so much on TV — including new and outstanding primetime episodes, streaming premieres, movies and specials — we hope to make it a little easier for you to catch everything you don’t want to miss. Every Monday on our shows page, we list the top 25 shows we’re excited about for the week ahead. Read on for what to watch the week of June 19-25.

Yes, chef! Bear (June 22 on Hulu) is back for a second season, and after how delicious the first was, of course it’s at the top of our list this week because we can’t wait to see how Carmy (Jeremy Allen White) and staff get more go to a luxury restaurant. Also back for more is And just like that… (June 22 on Max), featuring (of course) great fashion, the return of John Corbett as Aidan and Kim Cattrall as Samantha in Season 2, and more. Then on Disney+, Samuel L. Jackson returns as Nick Fury in the latest Marvel series, Secret invasion (June 21) to battle a group of shape-shifting Skrulls to infiltrate Earth into positions of power around the world.

Also streaming this week, always hilarious The other two Season 3 (which was #8 last week) continues (June 22 on Max), and with Cary (Drew Tarver) now determined to win an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, well, we can only imagine how will he do Achieve. And while Samantha might not appear on Sex and the city continue Max to the end, you can see Cattrall in her new Netflix series, Glamorous, on the same day. It follows Marco Mejia (Miss Benny), a young gender non-conforming gay person who lands a job working for Cattrall’s legendary makeup mogul, Madolyn Addison.

With Outlander (which was previously #1) is now back (June 25), we’re always looking forward to what’s next in Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie’s (Sam Heughan) love story. And amid cancellation rumors, idol (which was #11) continues with its fourth episode following the relationship between a cult club promoter (The Weeknd) and a rising pop star (Lily-Rose Depp).

I’m also revisiting last week’s list Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (was #6), how i met your father (was number 16), The Walking Dead: Dead City (was number 2) and America has talent (was #17).

What other shows make the Top 25 of the week? And where do all these shows, movies, and specials fit into our must-have rankings? Click here to find outthen sound off in the comments with the hottest shows of the week.

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