What to Watch the Week of April 24: Julia Roberts in Gaslit and Grace and Frankie’s Final Season

The end of episode seven will leave you dying to know what’s next for Jamie and Claire.

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Worst Cooks in America Celebrity Edition: That’s So 90’s (Food Network/discovery+): Nineties stars Lori Beth Denberg (All That), Elisa Donovan (Clueless), Tracey Gold (Growing Pains), Jennie Kwan (California Dreams), Matthew Lawrence (Boy Meets World), Mark Long (Road Rules), Jodie Sweetin (Full House), Nicholle Tom (The Nanny), and Curtis Williams (The Parent ‘Hood) star in the new season full of “rigorous” challenges to improve their culinary game. 9 p.m. ET/PT and streaming on Discovery+

Monday, April 25

The Price Is Right At Night (CBS):  The longtime game show is back in primetime (Drew Carey is hosting this special episode too), but the big draw is Rachel Brosnahan, who will be there to join in the fun as she raises money for Covenant House, which helps homeless children and youth with basic needs like food, a safe place to sleep, clothing and medical attention, all at no cost. Check out the sweet clip of Rachel below, and the contestant who has the best response to meeting The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star. 8 p.m. ET/PT, 7 p.m. CT


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Tuesday, April 26

This Is Us (NBC): “Who will be the one?” reads the preview for this week’s episode as Kevin appears to be down to his final three women, a la The Bachelor. Will it be Sophie, his first love—and ex-wife—who also is currently betrothed? Or will it be Cassidy, who is seen asking Kevin for help with the zipper on her dress? Or could it be the wedding singer, played by Katie Lowes (Inventing Anna)? Or perhaps it’s no one—yet—and this is just a really good promo to catch us off guard. We’ll soon find out. 9/8 p.m. ET/CT

Wednesday, April 27

Sketchbook (Disney+): If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to draw your favorite characters from some of your favorite Disney animated films, then Sketchbook is for you. The six-part series follows Disney animation artists, including Eric Goldberg, Jin Kim, Hyun Min Lee, Mark Henn, Samantha Vilfort, and Gabby Capili as they show you how they brought Kuzco (Emperor’s New Groove), Olaf (Frozen), Genie (Aladdin), Captain Hook (Peter Pan), Mirabel (Encanto), and young Simba (The Lion King) to life. Streaming.

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