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Stuff To Watch This Week (July 18-24, 2022)

Mediacorp searches for the next top DJ in The Star Voice, while Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans face off in The Gray Man
Stuff To Watch This Week (July 18-24, 2022)

The Star Voice 2022

Forget The Voice, this is The Star Voice — the Mediacorp reality show where nine budding radio presenters (or DJs, if you want them to sound sexy) vie for the top prize of S$80,000 or cash and prizes. With YES 933’s Hazell Teo as hot and LOVE 972’s Dennis Chew (shouldn’t he be in school?), CAPITAL 958’s Pan Jiabiao and YES 933’s Zhong Kunhua as mentors.

Watch it on: meWATCH, Mediacorp Entertainment YouTube and meLISTEN, every Thursday from July 21; curated versions will also be available on Channel 8 and Channel U.

A Night Under the Stars

This week, host Darren Lim goes on an excursion with wife Evelyn Tan and their four kids. What secrets will the couple spill about their life on a yacht?

Watch it on: meWATCH & Channel 8, Wed, 8pm

Your World In Mine

Family drama exploring the struggles of a couple (Huang Bireng and Yao Wenlong) with an adult son (Richie Koh in a Star Awards-baiting performance — start practicing your acceptance speech!) with special needs. Hong Ling and Zong Zijie co-star as their other children.

Watch the first episode here:

Watch it on: meWATCH & Channel 8, Mon-Fri, 9pm

The Gray Man

Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans play rival assassins going at each other with extreme prejudice in this US$200 million (S$280 mil) globetrotting thriller from The Russo Brothers (Avengers: Endgame). The reviews have been mixed, so manage your expectations. But chances are you’ll most likely be folding laundry with this playing in the background.  Remember Red Notice?  

Watch it on: Netflix, Fri

Photos: Paul Abell, Stanislav Honzik/Netflix © 2022

In The Soop: Friendcation

If you haven’t heard, following a deal with Disney and management group Hybe Corporation, three BTS shows will be streaming on Disney+. The first, In The Soop: Friendcation, a travel show featuring V from BTS, Itaewon Class’ Park Seo-Jun, Parasite’s Choi Woo-Shik, Park Hyung-Sik, and Peakboy. BTS: Permission to Dance On Stage — LA, a concert film shot in LA’s Sofi Stadium in 2021, and BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star, a docu-series charting the group’s evolution over the year, will be available later this year.

Watch it on: Disney+, Wed

Photo: Disney+

Rap Sh!t

Insecure’s Issa Rae is behind this eight-ep half-hour series abut two estranged high school pals (Aida Osman and KaMillion) from Miami reunite to form a rap group.

Watch it on: HBO Go, Thur

Photo: HBO Go


Learn more about the most feared — and misunderstood — creatures in the sea from this batch of specially curated documentaries, including one about baby sharks (July 20). 

Watch it on: National Geographic Channel (Singtel TV Ch, StarHub Ch), from July 18-29 (Mon-Fri), 8.30pm

Photo: TPG New/Click Photos


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