Discover this week’s top picks for entertainment at home. From must-watch movies and TV shows to captivating reads and sensational music, find the best options to elevate your leisure time.

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Trigger Warning
Netflix, 21 June

Jessica Alba returns to action with Netflix’s ‘Trigger Warning. This action thriller, featuring intense fight and hand-to-hand combat sequences, tells the story of Special Forces commando Parker.

When Parker returns to her hometown after her father’s sudden death to take over the family bar, she discovers the town is controlled by a violent gang and finds herself in a clash with them.


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On Call: A Doctor’s Journey in Public Service
Anthony Fauci MD

‘On Call’ is the memoir by Dr. Anthony Fauci, a beacon of hope during the COVID pandemic and a veteran of six decades in high-level public service, advising seven presidents.

Dr. Fauci is arguably the most famous and revered doctor today. His calm guidance through COVID-19 earned him the trust of millions during one of America’s most terrifying periods. This is just one of many global epidemics in which Dr. Fauci played a major role. His work in researching HIV, managing the Ebola, SARS, West Nile, and anthrax crises, and his leadership in public health make him an American hero.

‘On Call’ traces his journey from boyhood in Brooklyn to decades of caring for critically ill patients and navigating Washington politics. It will inspire readers who admire his dedication and those aspiring to public service, embodying the spirit of ‘speaking truth to power’ with dignity and results.


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The Secret of Us
Gracie Abrams

‘The Secret of Us’ is Gracie Abrams’ second album – who started a rise to fame for video snippets of her songs on Instagram. She’s also the daughter of the film director and composer J.J. Abrams.

Abrams told ELLE Magazine:

‘The energy of the music feels like when you run home to tell your best friend every detail of your night. There’s a satirical, dramatic element this time—I was laughing while writing these songs. I hope that energy is felt by everyone.’


Author: Charlotte Wright & Weslee Dizon

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