Getting ready for the weekend? Check out the MCU's "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law," "Untold: The Girlfriend That Didn’t Exist," "This Fool," and "Industry" Season 2.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law - Disney+

By Digital Editor Mike Nam
The Savage, Sensational She-Hulk finally gets the spotlight! Jennifer Walters, the lawyer cousin of the Hulk, Bruce Banner, originally debuted in the comics in 1980 and quickly became a mainstay in solo titles as a member of superhero teams like the Avengers and the Fantastic Four. Now played by Orphan Black's Tatiana Maslany, the series looks like it's going to lean into the more irreverent, fun energy of this iconic character, and I'm all for it. Jameela Jamil, Mark Ruffalo, Benedict Wong, and Tim Roth also join in on the MCU mayhem now streaming.

Untold: The Girlfriend That Didn’t Exist -  Netflix

Picked by Reporter Lawrence Banton
If you're in tune with the sports world, you may already recall the headline-grabbing story of Manti Te'o's love life, but even if you aren't the biggest sports enthusiast, you should check out this Netflix documentary. It is a wild ride, to say the least. Te'o, who was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in 2013, found himself thrust into the national spotlight, not for his play but because he was the victim of an oddly complex catfishing scam. The documentary goes into great detail about how the scammer, who has since come out as a transgender woman, jumped through hoops to deceive Te'o. Viewers even get a chance to hear from her directly. From social media bullying to difficulty in Te'o's career due to rampant homophobia in the NFL, the story is eye-opening and tragic.

This Fool - Hulu

Picked by Sr. News Editor Dina Ross 
This Fool popped up in my Hulu recommendations as an irreverent comedy, and I'd say it's as described. Julio (played by Chris Estrada) is trying to make a difference in the South Central Los Angeles neighborhood where he grew up when his hardened gangster cousin gets out of prison. Things have changed a lot since Luis (played by Frankie Quinones) was locked up in 2005, and now he needs Julio to help him get back on his feet. The storyline could go a lot of ways, but this team chose an Odd Couple style full of quick laughs and unexpected details. Check it out if you're looking for a fast-moving sitcom.

Industry Season 2 - HBO Max

Picked by Reporter Alex Vuocolo 
Industry is back for its second season, and it's bringing the same winning combination of high-stakes financial intrigue and interpersonal drama. For those who missed season one, the series is about a group of young employees at a London-based investment bank trying to navigate the stock market, their bosses, and their romantic entanglements. This season doubles down on capturing the inner workings of high finance, so be ready for some dense plotlines around block trades and buy-outs. As a heads up, the show is being released on a weekly basis, so you might want to wait a month or so if you don't appreciate a good cliff-hanger.