8 TV Shows and Movies to Get You Through This Week

May is officially here, which means we're on the verge of warmer weather and, hopefully, some happier times. I hope you can get outside this month and enjoy some (socially distanced) fresh air, but when you're back inside, there are plenty of TV shows and movies to keep you occupied. This week alone boasts the second season of Dead to Me, a Michelle Obama documentary, and a virtual comedy festival. Not bad, right?

Below, all the TV shows and movies to keep an eye out for this week.

Billions: Tune in to the fifth season of this hit show for Julianna Margulies's exciting guest spot. She plays Cat, a sociology professor, who crosses paths with Chuck when he starts guest-lecturing at Yale. 9 P.M. ET on Showtime

Camp Getaway: A grown-up summer camp with booze. What could go wrong? 10 P.M. ET on Bravo

Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind: A documentary featuring interviews, home footage, and diaries that illuminate the life and career of actor Natalie Wood. 9 P.M. ET on HBO*

Becoming: A documentary about Michelle Obama as she navigates her best-selling Becoming book tour. Streaming on Netflix

Bad Mothers: This Australian series is finally hitting American streaming. Per IMDb, it centers on "a group of misfit women who join forces to help each other juggle the challenges of work, romance, parenthood…and solving a murder." Streaming on Sundance Now

The Eddy: La La Land auteur director Damien Chazelle is back with a new eight-episode musical series, starring André Holland, Joanna Kulig, and Amandla Sternberg about a jazz club in Paris. Is it too much to hope for cameos from Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone? We can certainly dream. Streaming on Netflix

Dead to Me: Jen and Judy have a murder to cover up in the second season of this hit Netflix series. Streaming on Netflix

Feeding America Comedy Festival: A benefit comedy special featuring sets from Eddie Murphy, Tiffany Haddish, and Adam Sandler. 8 P.M. ET on The Weather Channel

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