Memorial Day is a time to kick back, relax and enjoy the sun.
And with vacations approaching this year, that means spending some quality time with your couch – and your TV. Fortunately, there is no shortage of broadcast, cable and streaming offers for true crime from heartwarming family-friendly shows.
Here is a list of some of the interesting offers on Monday’s TV schedule.
“Sweet Magnolias” (Netflix)
This new show follows three South Carolina women and a lifelong friend through various trials and tribulations with their marriage and family life. The trio consists of the recently divorced Maddie (Joe Anna Garcia Swisser, “Once Upon a Time in the Novel”), restaurant owner Dana (Brooke Elliott, “Drop Dead Diva,”) and Helen (Heather Headley, “Chicago Made”), who wants a mother. Although he could not find a partner. This is perfect for low-stack fans who feel the programming of the La Hallmark movie, but with a longer story (Episode 10))
“Monster Mind: Jeffrey Dahar” (9 p.m. ID)
If you’re in the mood for some (really horrible) true crime, you’ll want to look at this new special name over the infamous cannibal killer, who grew up between 1978-1991 and killed a few young men after he was seduced by the apartment. It contains recorded interviews with Dahmer in the same vein as the Netflix documentaries “Conversation with a Killer: Ted Bundy Tapes.”
“The Great” (Hulu)
Part of the ridiculous time of these ten episodes, Nicole Holt and Peter III of Russia and Elle Fanning, co-star of Catherine the Great, satirically looks at the long-ruling female monarchy in Russian history (she lived and ruled from 1729-1796) before her death in 1762. Until). It is full of colorful, elegant attire.
“Prop Culture” (Disney +)
The ongoing series traces the behind-the-scenes details that led to the creation of several classic Disney flicks – such as “Mary Poppins” and “Pirates of the Caribbean” – from the unique angles of the props used on those movie sets.
“Grant: Disliked Hero” History, 9 p.m.
Call all history buff. The six-part ministries early on Monday paint a picture of Ulysses S. Grant, his role in the civil war and his rise to the presidency. It was produced by a heavy hitter, including executive-Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Davison and Pulitzer Prize-winning author / biographer Ron Cherno.
“Honey Boy” (Amazon Prime)
The critically acclaimed 2019 semi-autobiographical film, produced and starred by Shia La Buouf, is about the father of a son named Otis (played by Lucas Hedges in a role based on Lauf) and his troubled father James (Lauf, played in a role based on his own).
“Good Will Hunting” (Hulu)
This 1997 classic is always good for picking me up following Matt Damon and Ben Affleck and Robin Williams, a new face in his Oscar-winning performance. Whether you’re revisiting the movie, or seeing it with a new generation for the first time, it’s still endlessly cited. How do you like them?
“His daughter Friday” (Amazon)
Forever Top Carrie Grant (one of his best characters) and Rosalind Russell starring in this iconic 1940 scrubby comedy are ready to escape perfectly. Ralph Bellamy co-star.