5 Fantastic Things to Watch This Week

By Andie Hagemann

From a high-stakes poker games and surfing colossal waves to sleuthing siblings, this week’s slate of content is sure to please everyone! On Wednesday, all 10 episodes of The Hardy Boys season two launch with a new mystery; later that same day, Shark Tank’s Mark Cuban attends Connor’s poker game on a new episode of Home Economics, and Good Trouble’s Malika receives exciting news. Plus, The Dropout debuts its gripping series finale on Thursday; and on Friday, watch surfing superstars attempt the impossible in Chasing Mavericks.

The Hardy Boys—Wednesday, April 6, on Hulu
The mystery-solving brothers are back for season two! After a Bridgeport classmate unexpectedly disappears, Frank (Rohan Campbell, left) and Joe Hardy (Alexander Elliot, right) resume their detective work. However, the Hardy boys soon realize their missing person case is part of something far more sinister. All 10 episodes of the second season will be available on the premiere date.

Home Economics—Wednesday, April 6, at 9:31 p.m. ET, on ABC
Tom (Topher Grace) and Sarah (Caitlin McGee) crash a poker night that Connor (Jimmy Tatro, left) is hosting for some famous palsincluding Shark Tank star Mark Cuban. Will the siblings know when to hold ’em and when to fold ’em against this group of high rollers? Meanwhile, Camila (Chloe Jo Rountree) is convinced there’s a ghost in the house, leading Marina (Karla Souza) and Denise (Sasheer Zamata) to debate their beliefs.

Good Trouble—Wednesday, April 6, at 10 p.m. ET, on Freeform
Mariana (Cierra Ramirez, right) is overwhelmed when the Revitalize and FCGs cross paths at a pitch meeting. Meanwhile, Davia (Emma Hunton) tests out her burlesque name around the Coterie, and Lucia (Malaya Rivera Drew) admits to her lingering feelings for her ex. Plus, Malika (Zuri Adele) receives approval for her women’s center proposal.

The Dropout—Thursday, April 7, on Hulu
The Hulu Original limited series concludes with a jaw-dropping finale. Elizabeth Holmes (Amanda Seyfried, above) and Sunny Balwani (Naveen Andrews) attempt to undo the damage of the Wall Street Journal article; however, a reckoning is well underway. Meanwhile, Tyler Shultz (Dylan Minnette) mulls going on the record for an upcoming Theranos exposé, defying his grandfather’s wishes.

Chasing Mavericks—Friday, April 8, on Disney+
After Jay Moriarty (Jonny Weston, right), a 15-year-old surfing phenom, discovers that the legendary Mavericks surf break is near his California home, he sets his sights on conquering the monster waves. Jay asks local surfing icon Frosty Hesson (Gerard Butler, left) to train him, and the pair embark on a journey to achieve the impossible.