Pete Davidson not only riffs off personal details of his life (as when his dad died on 9/11) on his rollicking new series “Bupkis” (Peacock, streaming), he infuses it with maybe the strongest cast on TV. Edie Falco and Joe Pesci are regulars and guests in just the first three of its eight episodes (all available today) include Brad Garrett, Bobby Cannavale, Steve Buscemi, Jane Curtin, Charlie Day, Jon Stewart and Al Gore. Produced by Lorne Michaels, it veers toward crude, but it’s pretty satisfying, certainly among Davidson’s best work.

I suppose there was more clamor for the sets, the wigs and the excess of “Bridgerton,” so here’s a six-episode prequel, “Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story” (Netflix, streaming) about the rise of the queen played by Gold Tosheuvel and her young days (when she’s portrayed by India Armateifio. Corey Mylchreest plays her King George. 

Glad to have “The Other Two” (HBO Max, streaming) back for a third season, which begins just as the first movie from Cary (Drew Tarver) premieres after a tough pandemic production. Molly Shannon’s talk show host mother is now a bigger star than ever. 

The latest spin-off of the old franchise, “Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures” (Disney+, streaming) is an animated series about the early days. It bows on “May the 4th Be With You” day, alongside the return of “Star Wars: Visions” (Disney+, streaming), representing interpretations from na countries and cultures, but also animated.

The creator of “Star Wars Clone Wars,” as well as “Dexters Laboratory” and “Samurai Jack,”  Genndy Tartakovsky comes a new animated series “Unicorn: Warriors Eternal” (Adult Swim, midnight), a supernatural action series.