‘From Scratch,’ ‘Christmas with You’ & More

If you’re tired of scrolling through Netflix without being able to settle on something to watch, you’ve come to the right place. Our editors have rounded up five of the week’s best picks, from Emmy-worthy shows to new holiday movies. So, without further ado, here are PureWow’s entertainment picks for the week of Monday, November 21, 2022.

PureWow Choose the Best Series to Transport You to Italy: From Scratch

It’s just the first part that will make you feel like you’re walking across the pond from the comfort of your sofa. There are many interesting places in Italy, from Ponte alle Grazie bridge to Borgo Santi Apostoli. Even the food looks so delicious that you can smell and taste it (don’t be too surprised if you suddenly crave pasta). With its fascinating story and Zoe Saldaña and Eugenio Mastrandrea’s irresistible chemistry, you’ve got yourself a masterpiece-worthy masterpiece that will take you on an emotional rollercoaster. – Nakeisha Campbell, PureWow’s Associate Editor for Entertainment & News

PureWow Pick for Most Earning Emmy Nod: Christina Applegate

Death To Me is back on Netflix for its third and final season. And, unsurprisingly, star Christina Applegate is on top of it from the get-go. His performance is nuanced, haunting and (as always) very funny. The first one Married with Children the actor recently received a well-deserved star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. And now, according to his work in DTM season three, is key to the Emmy nominations when they are announced next summer. – Philip Mutz, PureWow’s VP of News & Entertainment

PureWow’s Pick of the Top Cheesy Holiday Movies: Christmas with you

This one is for showrunners who don’t mind watching a holiday movie before Thanksgiving (#GuiltyAsCharged). The brand-new flick with Freddie Prinze Jr. just debuted on Netflix last week, and it’s already getting a lot of buzz for its Hallmark-worthy story line. The show follows a pop star (Aimee Garcia) who is concerned about being burned. So, he agrees to go to a small town on vacation to fulfill a young boy’s wish. While there, he finds love in an unexpected place. *Knowing Freddie Prinze Jr. Greta Heggeness, PureWow’s Senior Editor of News & Entertainment

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PureWow Select Best Quality Award Show Performance: P!nk

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Never underestimate the power of P!nk when it comes to acting. The 43-year-old star who’s become known for doing trapeze dances during award shows (and bending audibly as she flips to the floor) brought another show stopper to this year’s AMAs. To open the ceremony, the “So What” singer hopped on stage in roller skates, in a soft, energetic number that kept you from missing middle school days long ago. Not to mention, the singer returned later in the evening to pay tribute to Olivia Newton-John, where she nailed a cover of “Hopelessly Devoted to You.” We are devoted to you, P!nk. – Joel Calfee, Assistant News & Entertainment Editor

PureWow’s Pick of the Best Funny Noud Comedy: Sex Life of College Girls

Class is back in session at Essex College! The first two episodes from the second season of The Sex Lives of College Girls recently aired on HBO Max and you know we had to watch them right away. In the new season, our favorite girls – Kimberly (Pauline Chalame), Bela (Amrit Kaur), Leighton (Reneé Rapp) and Whitney (Alyah Chanelle Scott) – are ready for a new semester at university. This means frat parties, not-so-common hookups and a Magic Mike strip show. Not only are we here for great on-screen chemistry and endless laughs, but this second season is shaping up to be even better than the first—and is an absolute must-watch over the Thanksgiving break. – Karelle McKay, Assistant News & Entertainment Editor

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