What to watch on Tuesday: ‘The Come Up’ premieres on Freeform
Choose your plan ArrowRight Leonardo (CW at 8) After the death of Ludovico’s wife, Leonardo struggles with his new commission because of his inner turmoil; Leonardo seeks assistance after talking to friar Luca Pacioli. PremieresThe Come Up (Freeform at 9) This reality docuseries follows a group of friends taking on New York City; Ben, Claude, Ebon, Fernando, Sophia and Taofeek tackle goals, parties and romances. AdvertisementFacing Suicide (PBS at 9) Focusing on stories of those impacted by suicide and the scientists who work toward prevention and treatment. Oprah and Viola: The Woman King (OWN at 9) Oprah Winfrey talks with Viola Davis about her new film “The Woman King” and Davis’s transformation into Nanisca, a general of an all-female army in 19th-century Africa. Jo Koy: Live at the Los Angeles Forum (Netflix) Comedian Jo Koy takes the stage to discuss adolescence, sleep apnea and public sneezing.washingtonpost.com
Celebrities remember, pay tribute to John Prine, who died from COVID-19 complications
It’s hard to believe that one of folk and country music’s greatest legends, John Prine, died earlier this week from complications due to COVID-19. “Over here on E Street, we are crushed by the loss of John Prine,” Springsteen tweeted. We send our love and prayers to his family.”Over here on E Street, we are crushed by the loss of John Prine. — Bruce Springsteen (@springsteen) April 8, 2020Raitt, who sings “Angel From Montgomery,” a song penned by Prine, tweeted, “Words can’t even come close. https://t.co/VPpBn4UJLV — Seth Meyers (@sethmeyers) April 8, 2020My heart hurts learning that John Prine has passed away.
Phoresh Noodles brings Vietnamese flavor to South Chickasaw Trail
Family-owned Vietnamese restaurant Phoresh Noodles just opened at 2751 S. Chickasaw Trail, and it's bringing all the staples of Vietnamese cuisine to the lands east of Conway.Located in the old Pizza Roberti space (RIP), Phoresh specializes in pho, bun, pad thai and fried rice. "That street fare includes fresh spring and summer rolls, and yum squid topped with sweet and savory Thai chili sauce. Our mouths are watering at the mere thought.For more information, visit Phoresh onlineConsider supporting local journalism. Our small but mighty local team works tirelessly to bring you high-quality, uncensored news and cultural coverage of Central Florida. Whether it's a one-time acknowledgement of this article or an ongoing pledge, your support helps keep Orlandos true free pressorlandoweekly.com