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Wandavision, Blithe Spirit and One Night in Miami: What’s on tonight, Friday January 15

by Holly O'Neill
15th Jan 2021

Have no plans for this evening? Same.

If you feel like you’ve already reached the end of Netflix and can’t bear the thought of trawling through the channels while avoiding all US and Brexit news, or simply don’t want to look at a screen at all, here are our picks for the best TV and films to watch and stream this evening.

Wandavision on Disney+

Wandavision is the first original television series produced by Marvel Studios and sees Wanda Maximoff and Vision, played by Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, as two superheroes living a happy suburban life except for the unsettling suspicion that something is not quite right.

Blithe Spirit on Sky Cinema

Noël Coward’s comic play Blithe Spirit, first adapted for the screen in 1945, has had another glamorous remake, starring Dan Stevens, Leslie Mann, Isla Fisher and Judi Dench. Protagonist Charles Condomine (Dan Stevens) is a screenwriter whose late wife Elvira (Leslie Mann) is brought back to life by medium Madame Arcati (Judi Dench), disrupting his second marriage to Ruth (Isla Fisher). Listen out for The Glory Of Love, a track by Imelda May.

One Night In Miami on Amazon Prime

Oscar-winning actor Regina King makes her directorial debut with this fictionalized tale of what happened when Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown spent a night together.

Photography by Disney +.

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