Friday TV: ‘The Mandalorian’ Returns

For “Star Wars” fans, it was love at first sight. For me, Baby Yoda seemed a doll-like merchandising ploy. Either way, he’s back for season two of “The Mandalorian” (Disney +, streaming), the most popular of the streaming service’s original shows. Rosario Dawson joins the cast as Ahsoka Tano, and Timothy Olyphant is Cobb Vanth (And while I’m being cranky, I’ll say Olyphant’s name in the current run of “Fargo” is better: Deafy Wickware).

Genetic editing at home is one of the aspects examined in Trish Dolman’s documentary “Citizen Bio” (Showtime, 10 p.m.), about the world of alternative medicines and biohackers and the figure who ended up dead. 

In the fourth season of “Somebody Feed Phil” (Netflix, streaming), Phil Rosenthal tries the eats in Rio de Janeiro, San Francisco, Singapore, the Mississippi Delta and Hawaii. 

In the new film “His House” (Netflix, streaming) a refugee couple from South Sudan find more struggles in a cursed English town. 

In the imported film “Kaali Khuhi” (Netflix, streaming), it’s up to a 10-year-old girl to save her family’s village in Punjab from restless ghosts. 

A third season begins for the Italian crime series “Suburra: The Series” (Netflix, streaming).

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