What’s on TV Monday: ‘Vox Lux’ and ‘Below Deck Mediterranean’


VOX LUX (2018) Stream on Hulu. Natalie Portman performs Celeste, a pop star whose success was born from tragedy. As a teen in 1999, Celeste survived a college capturing and was found after she sang on the memorial service. With the assistance of her sister (Stacy Martin) and supervisor (Jude Law), Celeste rockets to fame. But by 2017, overcome by scandal, her profession is in a nostril dive. As Celeste prepares for her comeback, she offers in to suits of rage and faces the challenges that include fame and motherhood. Written and directed by Brady Corbet, the movie was chosen as a New York Times Critic’s Pick by Manohla Dargis, who wrote in her overview, “Portman’s performance puts an exclamation point on Celeste’s every gesture, word and saunter.” Portman additionally sings authentic songs written by Sia.

BLITZED: NAZIS ON DRUGS (2019) Stream on Acorn TV. Narrated by Steven Berkoff, this one-hour documentary explores how medicine performed a job in World War II. Theodor Morell, Adolf Hitler’s private physician, gave the Nazi chief each day drug cocktails and fed the troops methamphetamine. The movie seems to be at whether or not — and how — medicine affected the conflict’s final result.

BELOW DECK MEDITERRANEAN 9 p.m. on Bravo. It’s time for Bravo to set sail once again in the Mediterranean. In this Season 4 premiere, the cast’s stews and deckhands are headed to the French Riviera. With a few returning crew members — including Captain Sandy and chief stew Hannah — and some new to the show, the group will have to work together to appease their often demanding guests on the megayacht Sirocco. This season also features the show’s first female chef, Mila Kolomeitseva, who is classically trained in French cuisine. As usual, expect drama, heavy drinking and beautiful destinations.

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE 9 p.m. on Fox. The host Cat Deeley kicks off the 16th season of this dance competition show in Los Angeles with the first week of auditions. Dancers of all styles, ages 18 to 30, will try to prove their talent to move on to the next round. This season’s judges include Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy, and the guest judges this episode are Laurieann Gibson, Lady Gaga’s choreographer and creative director, and Dominic “D-Trix” Sandoval, an alum of the show.



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