Here at ET, we’re obsessed with a lot of things -- and for the week of Feb. 20 to Feb. 27, this is what we’re most excited about:
Why We’re Obsessed With Keanu Reeves
Is it us, or is it OK to like Keanu Reeves again? Following the success of John Wick: Chapter 2, which outgrossed its predecessor in its first eight days at the box office, and the buzz surrounding the Sundance hit-turned-Netflix film To the Bone, we’re renewing our appreciation for the longtime actor. Of course, this all follows last year’s big-budget homage to the Matrix star (Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key’s Keanu) and back-to-back supporting roles in critically acclaimed films like The Neon Demon and The Bad Batch.
Why We’re Obsessed With ‘You Me Her’
An unconventional rom-com, this AT&T Audience network show explores the complicated world of throupling. And now that Jack and Emma (Greg Poehler -- yes, that’s Amy’s brother -- and Rachel Blanchard) are fully committed to making things work with Izzy (Priscilla Faia), it’s time to go public with their relationship. In the latest episode from season two, which airs Feb. 21, the throuple navigates coming out to their friends. Because why not make things a little more complicated?
You Me Her airs Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT on Audience.
Why We’re Obsessed With ‘The Detour’
After a hilariously ribald -- Jason Jones’ preferred adjective over “raunchy” -- first season, The Detour picks up with Nate (Jones) landing a new job that sees the family moving to New York City for a fresh start. Unfortunately for Robin (Natalie Zea), that may mean her mysterious past could catch up with her. And as we can see from ET’s first look at the premiere, even moving doesn’t come without its complications. Season two will also see executive producer and co-creator Samantha Bee, who is busy killing it on Full Frontal, John Oliver and Laura Benanti all making special appearances on the show.
The Detour returns Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.
Why We’re Obsessed With ‘Game of Thrones’ Live
After three years of planning, the highly anticipated Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience, featuring a full symphony with 11 electronic instruments and 136 speakers delivering battle cries and dragon screams led by composer Ramin Djawadi, is finally here. Kicking off in Minneapolis on Feb. 20, the arena tour will see the Game of Thrones music transformed into an immersive live experience. The Seven Kingdoms have never felt so epic -- or real!
Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience kicks off on Monday, Feb. 20, with North American tour dates through April 2.