– The last box set tracing David Bowie’s career from 1969 to the 21st century was released on Friday, November 26. “David Bowie 5. Brilliant Adventure (1992-2001)” is an 11 CD box set, an 18 piece vinyl box set and a standard digital download box set. The collection is named after the penultimate track from the album “Hours”. The set contains some of Bowie’s most underrated and experimental tracks, including the albums “Black Tie White Noise”, “The Buddha of Suburbia”, “1. Outside”, “Grounding” and “Hours”. Bowie fanatics will also want to check out the legendary unreleased album, “Toy”.
– AP Entertainment writer Mark Kennedy
– The intense attention to the disappearance and death of Gabby Petito has finally drawn attention to the unequal treatment of missing people of color compared to whites. It’s a fight step-sisters Derrica and Natalie Wilson know well, as detailed in “Black and gone” a four-part documentary series that premieres at 8 p.m. EST on Tuesday, November 23 on HBO and HBO Max. The Wilson’s created the Black and Missing Foundation to educate the community and the media and strengthen law enforcement resources. Emmy winners Soledad O’Brien and Geeta Gandbhir are among the directors of docuseries.
– Daniel Dae Kim and Tony Goldwyn top the National Geographic cast “The hot zone: anthrax”, a dramatization of the deadly bacterial attacks of 2001. Described as a “science thriller,” the six-part series follows FBI agents and scientists as they search for the source of corrupted letters sent to targets in Florida, Washington, DC. DC and New York. Enrico Colantoni plays New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, with Harry Hamlin as presenter Tom Brokaw. The limited series, which is part of the anthology “The Hot Zone,” will air at 9 p.m. EST on three consecutive nights starting Sunday, November 28.