This week, Steven Spielberg West side story It was released in theaters and Sex and the City The characters (well, most of them) are back on TV in And like that.
Here’s what the Pop Culture Happy Hour team has been keeping an eye out for—and what you should check out this weekend.
how to have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder Youtube
It increasingly looks like I’ll be joining the legions of adults diagnosed with ADHD late in life. The only thing that makes me really happy at the moment is a YouTube channel I found called “How to ADHD.”
It is a channel started and hosted by a young woman named Jessica McCabe. I ended up finding the channel because I searched for ADHD and came across her TED Talk, in which she talks a little bit about the way women are diagnosed differently, and also if you’re a kid who does too much, you probably haven’t been diagnosed.
Like many of us, I learn new things about myself all the time and then often wonder, “Where do I go for information on this?” It’s a great channel that I found helpful and it really helped me with some of my doctor’s requests. – Daisy Rosario
south side, HBO Max
This is a clever show I want to say it’s like a combination of It’s always sunny in Philadelphia Meets high maintenance Meets Atlanta.
This show is kind of like a workplace comedy, with all the different characters from the south side of Chicago interacting and communicating in fun and personal ways. It focuses on four main characters, including two who work for a rental company. They must take back items that people in the community have rented, and the show includes the ensuing bats.
Season 2, in particular, gets more creative. I just want everyone to watch this show. I feel like it was under the radar. – Aisha Harris
Somewhat, HBO Max
Somewhat Stars, co-author Bilal Baig as a young, non-binary, child of Pakistani immigrants trying to unite their lives in the gig economy.
They work as a waiter in a strange cafe, and they also work as a nanny for this wealthy couple with three children.
Paige is a real star. Sabi’s character is so rigid, so funny that you almost think, “Oh, I get what the series is doing. They serve me in a non-binary way, South Asian.” Daraya. ”
But the show keeps throwing the curves at you, and when Baig needs to tell you a sudden emotional hit, all that ignorance fades and they prove it. It’s so clever, it’s so sad, it’s so funny. – Glenn Weldon
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