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Wildlife Biologist – What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Trinkets’ and ‘The Haves and the Have Nots’

Television|What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Trinkets’ and ‘The Haves and the Have Nots’The three shoplifting friends return for a final season. And the OWN drama, based on Tyler Perry’s play, is back with new episodes.From left, Quintessa Swindell, Kiana Madeira and Brianna Hildebrand in “Trinkets.”Credit…NetflixWhat’s StreamingTRINKETS Stream on Netflix. The three friends at the center of…

Wildlife Biologist – What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Trinkets’ and ‘The Haves and the Have Nots’

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Television|What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Trinkets’ and ‘The Haves and the Have Nots’

The three shoplifting friends return for a final season. And the OWN drama, based on Tyler Perry’s play, is back with new episodes.

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TRINKETS Stream on Netflix. The three friends at the center of this series — Elodie (Brianna Hildebrand), Tabitha (Quintessa Swindell) and Moe (Kiana Madeira) — are back for the show’s final season. Based on the young adult novel by Kirsten Smith, the series follows these teenagers in Portland, Ore., who form an unlikely bond after attending a Shoplifters Anonymous meeting. Despite keeping their friendship a secret from their classmates, the girls provide one another with support as they navigate abusive relationships, absent parents and compulsions to steal. In Season 2, the girls go public with their friendship, enter into new relationships and try (unsuccessfully) to stay out of trouble.

YASUNI MAN (2016) Stream on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and Vimeo. For seven years, the filmmaker and biologist Ryan Killackey embedded in the Ecuadorean Amazon to document the fight between fossil fuel companies encroaching on the oil-rich Yasuni reserve and the Indigenous Waorani people who call the area home. In the process, Killackey captured the tribe’s daily life and the vibrant wildlife native to the region.

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COUP 53 (2019) Watch through virtual cinemas. In August 1953, the C.I.A. was involved in orchestrating a coup against Iran’s elected prime minister, Mohammad Mossadegh, in a move that forever changed the relationship between the two countries. At the time, Mossadegh wanted to nationalize Iran’s oil industry, which had been controlled by Britain until that point. This documentary, which took the filmmaker Taghi Amirani 10 years to make, takes a detailed look at the events that led up to the ouster in an attempt to shed new light on the extent of Britain’s involvement. In his review for The New York Times, Ben Kenigsberg wrote, “Both as a detective story and as a deep dive into a world event whose consequences linger, it is bracing, absorbing filmmaking.”

THE CRIMES THAT BIND (2020) Stream on Netflix. In this Argentine drama, Cecilia Roth plays a mother who would do anything to protect her child, even as her child is accused of sexual assault and attempted murder. As Alicia (Roth) prepares for her son’s trial, things are complicated by an event that lands her live-in servant, Gladys (Yanina Ávila), with first-degree murder charges. “How these cases will collide, and how the formidable Alicia will maneuver a path between them — and around her increasingly irritated husband (Miguel Ángel Solá) — is more than enough plot to keep us hooked,” Jeannette Catsoulis wrote in her review in The Times.

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THE HAVES AND THE HAVE NOTS 8 p.m. on OWN. This show, based on Tyler Perry’s 2011 play, returns for the second half of its seventh season. Set in Savannah, Ga., the drama follows three families: the wealthy Cryers and Harringtons, and the Youngs, whose matriarch, Hanna (Crystal Fox), works as a maid at the Cryers’ estate. The Cryers’ patriarch is Jim (John Schneider), who is a powerful judge, and the family is well thought of. But their reputation is threatened when Amanda Cryer (Jaclyn Betham) befriends Hanna’s daughter Candace (Tika Sumpter).

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