A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week.
The thoroughly engrossing Amy Winehouse documentary, Amy. In a sea of music docs, this one stands out as much as its subject often did.
The impeccable food styling on ABC’s Poor Man’s Mad Men, The Astronaut Wives Club. As a drama, it doesn’t quite come together. As a primer on 1960s Jell-O-mold-based cooking, it’s fascinating.
The return of VH1’s surprisingly tame, unsurprisingly ridiculous Dating Naked. Sure, there are four people swimming naked on a group date, but it’s far less gross than the fantasy suite episode on a season of The Bachelor.
Pitbull’s new album/unofficial soundtrack to the club scenes in Ballers, Dale. Growl-singing club hits in any language is still just growl-singing club hits.
Fox’s celebrities-are-on-your-doorstep game-show-type thing, Knock Knock: Live. It’s like those Publishers Clearing House ads, but instead of bringing you a big cardboard check, they’re bringing you Lea Michele!
Lay’s annual “Do Us A Flavor” chip flavor contest. No one should let an online vote decide anything—especially anything that’s supposed to be edible.
News about The View cast “shake ups.” “Hot Topics with Whoopi Goldberg” is the new “beating a dead horse.” Time to let it go. Not even Barbara Walters is watching anymore.