Friday TV: Diego Luna’s Dinner Parties

The actor Diego Luna of “Narcos: Mexico” and “Rogue One: Star Wars” assembles carefully chosen dinner parties to discuss issues of the day on his new seven-episode series “Pan y Circo” (Amazon Prime, streaming) or “Bread and Circus.” Guests include singers, government officials and activists and the food is by an array of lauded Mexican chefs. 

“The idea was to create some space where we can listen to each other,” Luna said at a press event Thursday. “And to do a show where I can get closer to cooks.” 

Howard Ashman, the lyricist for films from “Beauty and the Beast” to “Aladdin,” gets a documentary profile in the film “Howard” (Disney+, streaming). 

In the new teen film “Work It” (Netflix, streaming) Sabrina Carpenter plays a teen who needs to assemble a dance troupe in order to get into her dream college.

A third season starts for the Los Angeles real estate reality show “Selling Sunset” (Netflix, streaming).

The third season of the Spanish mystery series “High Seas” (Netflix, streaming), with the reunited Villanueva sisters aboard a ship from Buenos Aires to Veracruz, but there’s a spy aboard. 

Trolls, wizards and aliens battle in King Arthur’s Camelot in the final installment in Guillermo del Toro’s animated trilogy. “Wizards: Tales of Arcadia” (Netflix, streaming) follows his “Trollhunters” and “3Below.” 

For a younger crowd, Kate McKinnon provides the voice of Ms. Frizzle in the animated film “The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Kids in Space” (Netflix, streaming). 

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