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The Outlaws, Judd Apatow's The Bubble, and The Grammys Lead Weekend TV

ALSO: Slow Horses, Trivia Quest, Jerrod Carmichael on SNL, WrestleMania, the Final Four, and more.
  • Photos: Apple TV+, Amazon Prime Video, HBO, Netflix, CBS.
    Photos: Apple TV+, Amazon Prime Video, HBO, Netflix, CBS.

    Streaming is springing into action with a host of high-profile releases this weekend, including Amazon comedy The Outlaws, Judd Apatow’s The Bubble, and limited series Slow Horses. Also, music’s biggest names gather for the 64th Grammy Awards, Netflix experiments with a daily trivia format in Trivia Quest, Jerrod Carmichael hosts Saturday Night Live, and more. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy on TV this weekend:


    The Outlaws: Complete first season. Seven strangers from different walks of life are forced to work together to renovate a derelict community center, but when someone is dragged into the dangerous world of organized crime, they unite in ways none of them thought possible. The six-episode comedy stars Stephen Merchant (who also co-created the series with Elgin James), Christopher Walken, Rhianne Barreto, and Gamba Cole. Watch trailer. Streaming on Amazon Prime Video

    The Bubble: Original film. Judd Apatow writes and directs this comedy about a group of actors who find themselves stuck inside a pandemic bubble at a hotel while completing a sequel to an action film about flying dinosaurs. The large ensemble cast includes Fred Armisen, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Mann, Pedro Pascal, Karen Gillan, Keegan-Michael Key, and David Duchovny. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix

    Slow Horses: Limited series premiere. Gary Oldman leads a team of British intelligence agents who serve in a dumping ground department of MI5 in this adaptation of Mick Herron’s first novel in the “Slow Horses” series. Kristin Scott Thomas, Jonathan Pryce, Jack Lowden, and Olivia Cooke also star. Two episodes drop today. Watch trailer. Streaming on Apple TV+

    Trivia Quest: Series premiere. Netflix gives viewers a chance to test their knowledge of history, art, science, and pop culture in an interactive trivia series. One new episode will drop every day in April. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix

    Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood: Original film. Richard Linklater draws inspiration from his own life to tell the story of the 1969 moon landing from two interwoven perspectives: the astronaut and mission control view of the triumphant moment, and through the eyes of a kid growing up in Houston, Texas. The rotoscope film features Glen Powell, Zachary Levi, and Jack Black, arrives on Netflix after a brief theatrical run. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix

    Luxe Listings Sydney: Complete Season 2. Australia’s top real estate agents return to Amazon with a new teammate in tow, Monika Tu, who promises to bring the drama and a few multi-million dollar listings of her own. Watch trailer. Streaming on Amazon Prime Video

    Get Organized with The Home Edit: Complete Season 2. Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin tackle even bigger organization projects in a new season of their home makeover show. Celebrity clients in Season 2 include Drew Barrymore, Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger, Lauren Conrad, and Kevin Hart. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix

    The Informant: Series premiere. In 1985, behind the Iron Curtain, Geri (Gergely Váradi) leaves for college and joins a group of radicals, but he has a secret: he’s an informant of the totalitarian state who’s been forced to spy on his new friends in order to save his brother. As his life begins to change, Geri must go to great lengths to keep his identity hidden from the group’s charismatic leader, Száva (Márton Patkós). Two episodes of the Hungarian spy drama drop today. Watch trailer. Streaming on HBO Max

    The Last Bus: Complete Season 1. A group of mismatched students on a school trip become unlikely heroes when a robot apocalypse zaps away the rest of humanity in this sci-fi teen drama. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix

    Jerrod Carmichael: Rothaniel: Comedy special. Jerrod Carmichael promises to “say everything” as he bares his soul in his third stand-up special for HBO. Watch preview. 9:00 PM ET on HBO

    NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament: The Final Four fight for a spot in Monday’s championship in two primetime matchups. Games begin at 7:00 PM ET/4:00 PM PT on ESPN


    Saturday Night Live: New episode. Jerrod Carmichael makes his SNL hosting debut alongside first-time musical guest Gunna. 11:30 PM ET/8:30 PM PT on NBC

    NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: The Final Four — Villanova vs. Kansas and UNC vs. Duke — face off at the Caesar’s Superdome in New Orleans. Games air back-to-back, beginning at 6:00 PM ET/3:00 PM PT on TBS

    WrestleMania 38: The WWE’s biggest stars gather at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas for the two-night event. Saturday night is set to feature the SmackDown Women’s Championship between Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey, the Raw Women’s Championship between Becky Lynch and Bianva Belair, The KO Show, and more matchups. 8:00 PM ET/5:00 PM PT on Peacock

    Whitney, A Look Back: Special presentation. CBS and Entertainment Tonight mark the 10 year anniversary of Whitney Houston’s death with an hour-long special honoring her life and legacy. The special features lost performances and rare archival footage of Whitney, plus interviews with those who knew her best, including Dionne Warwick, Clive Davis, and Monica. 8:00 PM ET on CBS

    Fallen Angels Murder Club: Friends to Die For TV movie. Toni Braxton plays Hollis Morgan, an ex-con turned amateur sleuth who investigates a series of murders at her book club, in Lifetime’s two-part anthology movie series. Part 1 airs tonight, followed by Part 2, Heroes and Felons, next Saturday. Watch trailer. 8:00 PM ET on Lifetime

    Just One Kiss: TV movie. Hallmark kicks off its Spring Into Love programming event with a romance about the unlikely relationship that develops between a college literature professor (Krysta Rodriguez) and a headliner at a Manhattan supper club (Santino Fontana). Also stars Illeana Douglas and Aida Turturro. Watch trailer. 8:00 PM ET on Hallmark Channel

    Impractical Jokers: Special presentation. Brian “Q” Quinn, James “Murr” Murray, and Sal Vulcano celebrate a belated April Fool’s Day with a post-Final Four special simulcast on TruTV, TNT, and TBS. Eric André joins the jokers for the super-sized event. 11:00 PM ET on TruTV, TNT, and TBS


    64th Grammy Awards: Award show. The biggest names in music gather at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas for the Grammys, hosted by Trevor Noah. Performers include BTS, Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X, Olivia Rodrigo, Jack Harlow, Brandi Carlile, and more stars. 8:00 PM ET/5:00 PM PT on CBS

    NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship: The women’s March Madness tournament comes to an end as UConn and the University of South Carolina vie for the national championship. 8:00 PM ET/5:00 PM PT on ESPN

    WrestleMania 38: WWE Champion Brock Lesnar and Universal Champion Roman Reigns battle it out in the Winner Take All Championship Unification Match. Tonight’s match card also includes the Raw Tag Team Championship and the Women’s Tag Team Championship. 8:00 PM ET/5:00 PM PT on Peacock

    Riverdale: New episode. After learning that Percival Pickens (guest star Chris O’Shea) is behind a blistering article calling Riverdale the worst town in America, Archie (KJ Apa) devises a plan to prove him wrong. Watch preview. 8:00 PM ET on The CW

    American Idol: New episode. Hollywood Week continues as contestants look to showcase their talent in a duets challenge. 8:00 PM ET on ABC

    Outlander: New episode. Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) experience the rising tensions in the colonies when they attend a Loyalist event in Wilmington in honor of the Scottish heroine Flora MacDonald. Watch preview. 9:00 PM ET on Starz

    Billions: New episode. Prince’s (Corey Stoll) plan is put in jeopardy when Chuck (Paul Giamatti) unleashes a new kind of attack. Elsewhere, a discovery sets off chaos at Michael Prince Capital. Watch preview. 9:00 PM ET on Showtime

    Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty: New episode. As the Lakers prepare for their season opener against the Clippers, an increasingly frustrated Kareem (Solomon Hughes) begins to doubt his place on the team, allowing Coach McKinney (Tracy Letts) to stroke his growing rivalry with Earvin (Quincy Isaiah). 9:00 PM ET on HBO

    Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber: New episode. A new development throws a wrench in Travis’ (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) confidence, leaving him and the rest of the team scrambling for solutions. Watch preview. 10:00 PM ET on Showtime

    NBA Basketball: The NBA offers four Sunday afternoon-evening matchups:

    • Dallas Mavericks at Milwaukee Bucks 1:00 PM ET/10:00 AM PT on ABC
    • Denver Nuggets at Los Angeles Lakers 3:30 PM ET/12:30 PM PT on ABC
    • Miami Heat at Toronto Raptors 7:00 PM ET/4:00 PM PT on NBA TV
    • New Orleans Pelicans at Los Angeles Clippers 9:30 PM ET/6:30 PM PT on NBA TV

    NHL Hockey: It’s a battle of the Tri-State Area as the New Jersey Devils host the New York Islanders. 4:00 PM ET/1:00 PM PT on TNT

    Claire Spellberg Lustig is the Senior Editor at Primetimer and a scholar of The View. Follow her on Twitter at @c_spellberg.

    TOPICS: The Outlaws, The Grammy Awards, Saturday Night Live, Slow Horses, Trivia Quest, Wrestlemania, Jerrod Carmichael, Judd Apatow, The Bubble