Rosamund Pike in I Care A Lot (Photo: Seacia Pavao/Netflix); Rita Moreno and Animal in The Muppet Show (Screenshot: The Muppet Show)Graphic: The A.V. ClubHere’s what’s occurring on this planet of tv for Friday, February 19, and Saturday, February 20. All instances are Eastern.Top picksI Care A Lot (Netflix, Friday, 3:01 a.m.): “I Care A Lot isn’t some brilliantly subversive social satire. It’s a tightly constructed, masterfully acted, evenly fashionable little caper image, which revels in simply how imply it may be. It’s not important, and it’s not for everyone. But for many who favor their pulp to hold the faint aroma of ethical rot, this film is an actual deal with.” Read the remainder of Noel Murray’s B+ overview right here. I Care A Lot stars Rosamund Pike, Peter Dinklage, Dianne Wiest, Chris Messina, and Eiza González. The Muppet Show (Disney+, Friday): At lengthy final, the 5 seasons of the towering, timeless tv achievement often known as The Muppet Show arrive on Disney+. If you want a refresher, take a look at our 5 To Watch with some glorious locations to start out:Regular coverageWandaVision (Disney+, Friday, 3:01 a.m.)RuPaul’s Drag Race (VH1, Friday, 8 p.m.) Saturday Night Live (NBC, 11:29 p.m.): Dear reader, should you’re part of the Bridgerton hive, get excited to witness Regé-Jean Page, a.okay.a. the Duke Of Hastings, don his comedy hat as he hosts SNL with musical visitor Bad Bunny.G/O Media might get a commissionWild playing cardsFor All Mankind (Apple TV+, Friday, 12:01 a.m., season-two premiere): “Though it nonetheless programs with optimism, For All Mankind isn’t aiming to be consolation TV. The present’s adherence to our historical past, which felt stymying within the first season, coalesces within the second—all of the tech wizardry on this planet can’t overhaul the previous. American exceptionalism continues to drive xenophobic insurance policies, a recession nonetheless looms, and an icy detente appears all however destined to blow up in world strife. If For All Mankind started as a rallying cry within the midst of probably the most demoralizing and harmful presidencies, it now serves as a reminder of simply how incremental and hard-won progress might be. The alternatives afforded one particular person or group stay scarce elsewhere. The combat—whether or not for social justice, or much less nobly, lunar dominance—is simply starting.” Read the remainder of Danette Chavez’s pre-air overview right here. Tell Me Your Secrets (Amazon Prime Video, Friday, 12:01 a.m.): Lily Rabe, Hamish Linklater, and Amy Brenneman star on this 10-episode thriller a couple of trio of characters, every with a mysterious and troubling previous. As truths about their previous and motives are revealed, the traces between sufferer and perpetrator will get blurred. Look out for Gwen Ihnat’s overview on the positioning later immediately. El Internado: Las Cumbres (Amazon Prime Video, Friday, 12:01 a.m.): This Spanish-language teen drama thriller, which has some severe Elite vibes, is a reboot of the favored authentic El Internado. In it, troubling youngsters are positioned in an historical monastery remoted from the world by which the scholars endure a strict self-discipline.