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Drag Race (finally) crowns new winner, and Barry is (finally) back

Drag Race (finally) crowns new winner, and Barry is (finally) back

Update: 2022-04-22
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On this weekend's What to Watch: After what felt like the longest season ever, RuPaul's Drag Race crowns its season 14 winner, with Willow Pill, Lady Camden, Bosco, Daya Betty, and Angeria Paris VanMichaels vying for the title. After three years, Bill Hader is finally back as Barry, and his acting teacher (Henry Winkler) knows he killed his girlfriend; Julia Roberts and Sean Penn star in the Watergate drama Gaslit, about the plan to take down Martha Mitchell, who was a whistleblower about her husband, President Nixon's Attorney General, and his involvement in the scandal. In the movie Heartstopper, a gay student falls for a rugby player, who happens to be straight; and Selling Sunset is back for a new season of high-end real estate, catty drama, and more. Rhett and Link star in the new Food Network series Inside Eats With Rhett & Link, and the duo tell us what they're watching. Plus, entertainment headlines — including Stephen Colbert canceling Late Show episodes after getting COVID, Bart Simpson's new teacher, the end of CNN+, and the death of Mad Men star Robert Morse — our Sound Bite of the Week from the series finale of Black-ish, and trivia.

More at ew.com, ew.com/wtw, and @EW.

Host/Producer: Gerrad Hall (@gerradhall); Editor/Producer: Joshua Heller (@joshuaheller); Writers: Tyler Aquilina (@tyler_aquilina) and Calie Schepp; Executive Producer: Chanelle Johnson (@chanelleberlin).

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Drag Race (finally) crowns new winner, and Barry is (finally) back

Drag Race (finally) crowns new winner, and Barry is (finally) back

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