The Zoey 101 cast reuniting on All That is a 2000s kid’s dream.
MASSIVE spoilers ahead! And there are mentions of sexual assault in #1 and #2.
First, I May Destroy You centered on a flashback to Arabella and Terry at school as they helped their friend Ryan after he’s wrongfully accused of sexually assaulting Theo.
Also on I May Destroy You, in present day, Arabella reconnected with Theo and opened up in a group therapy session.
The Zoey 101 cast reunited in a sketch on All That this week that focused on the cast dealing with Thelma Stump, who was blocking a door to the sound stage.
P-Valley premiered on Starz this week. The new series follows the lives of strip club dancers in Mississippi — it has only been one episode, and Uncle Clifford is already one of the best new characters on TV.
On Stargirl, Barbara shockingly walked in on Courtney wielding the Cosmic Staff while she was arguing with Pat about whether to tell Barbara about Stargirl.
On The Bold Type Season 4 finale, Sutton started to spiral following Richard’s departure and she ended up going home and sleeping with her high school boyfriend, Billy.
On Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., some of Yo-Yo’s backstory was finally revealed when she told May about accidentally getting her uncle killed.
Also on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Jiaying reappeared this week and we learned that Daisy actually has a half sister named Kora.
Little Voice premiered on AppleTV+ this week. Created by Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson, the series follows Bess, an aspiring songwriter who is struggling to break out of her shell and discover her voice.
On The 100, we learned why Hope was absent from meeting Clarke last week, when it was revealed that Hope was punished for not letting go of her relationships and becoming a Bardoan warrior.
Also on The 100, back on Sanctum, Sheidheda revealed himself and ultimately murdered all of the Primes’ followers.
Brave New World started streaming on Peacock this week. Based on Aldous Huxley’s novel, the series shows a utopian society that is ultimately disrupted after John arrives from the Savage Lands.
On the Hightown season finale, Frankie was released from prison after Renee revealed her relationship with Ray and it led to him getting fired — this came moments after Jackie and Ray finally had evidence against Frankie and Osito.
The Capture started streaming on Peacock. The show puts a spotlight on what happens when power is abused, especially when it comes to video surveillance and facial recognition.
On Perry Mason, despite warnings from the other members of her church, Sister Alice announced that she will make sure Charlie Dodson comes back to life on Easter Sunday.
And finally, David Schwimmer returned to TV this week in Intelligence on Peacock. This workplace comedy follows Jerry, an NSA agent from the US who is tasked with helping inept computer analyst Joseph.
What were your favorite TV moments this week? And what shows should we be watching this summer? Tell us in the comments below!