Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.


Valentine’s Day means romantic comedies, and romantic comedies — often enough — mean Jennifer Lopez.

The rom-com mainstay of “Maid in Manhattan” and “The Wedding Planner” returns to the genre in “Marry Me,” which opens Friday in theaters and on Peacock.

In it, she plays a J-Lo-like pop star who learns her fiancé has been cheating on her just before their wedding is to be televised.

Heartbroken and distraught, she pulls a random fan (Owen Wilson) out of the audience who happens to be holding a “Marry Me” sign.

The movie, which Lopez produced and performs songs in, will surely strike some as reflecting the star’s own closely followed, always-in-the-spotlight romantic life.

It’s also her first lead role in a movie since 2019′s acclaimed “Hustlers.”