The Watch List: Sandra Oh Spy Thriller “Killing Eve” Comes To BBC America, The Grammys Salute Elton John

Plus: "Phantom Thread" and "The Greatest Showman" are out on home video.

In Theaters

  • After two years of mourning her husband, Mossad agent Naomi (Neta Riskin) is sent back into action to safeguard Mona (Golshifteh Farahani), an informant healing from cosmetic surgery she hopes will let her start a new life. But will either survive the secrets and lies between them? (April 6, Menemsha Films)

  • In Weekend director Andrew Haigh’s latest, 15-year-old Charley (Charlie Plummer) is being raised by a single father (Travis Fimmel), but finds companionship at the nearby racetrack with a trainer (Steve Buscemi), a jockey (Chloe Sevigny), and an injured horse named Lean On Pete. When tragedy strikes, Charley runs off with the prize steed in search of his long-lost aunt. (Out now, A24)

DVD/Blu-Ray/Video on Demand

  • In an Oscar-nominated performance, Daniel Day-Lewis is 1950s designer Reynolds Woodcock, whose toxic masculinity turns his relationship with a young muse into a potentially deadly affair. (DVD; Focus Features)

  • Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, Michelle Williams, and Zendaya sing and dance their way through this grand Hollywood musical about circus impresario P.T. Barnum, with songs by La La Land and Dear Evan Hansen composers Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. (DVD, 20th Century Fox)

  • Documentary filmmaker Kristen (Nicole Pursell) has a different take on marriage than her girlfriend Sarah (Sarah Wharton), so she turns her camera on married and divorced gay couples to gain some perspective. Director William Sullivan blends fiction and real-life interviews in this enlightening drama. (VOD, Gravitas Ventures)


  • Shot in January at Madison Square Garden, this all-star Grammy tribute concert includes Sam Smith, Kesha, Miley Cyrus, John Legend, Chris Martin, Ed Sheeran, and others performing Sir Elton’s hits. (April 10, CBS)

  • Picking up three years after the Season Six finale, the show’s eight-episode final season sees Zooey Deschanel’s not-so-new Jess now married to roommate Nick (Jake Johnson). Jamie Lee Curtis and Rob Reiner guest-star as Jess’ parents. (April 10, Fox)

  • In this subversive take on spy thrillers, Sandra Oh stars as Eve Polastri, an M16 agent pitted against the psychopathic assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer). Over the eight-episode miniseries, the two engage in a game of cat and mouse with plenty of dark comedy. Oh’s killer performance has already garnered the series a second season. (April 8, BBC America)

Lawrence is a New York-based travel and entertainment writer whose work has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, Time Out New York and The New York Post.