What's On TV, July 2 and 3: Hulu's Summer Of Soul concert doc

Nina Simone, Summer Of Soul Photo: Fox Searchlight PicturesThis is what's happening in television on Friday, July 2nd and Saturday, July 3rd. All times are Eastern.AdvertisementTop pickAhmir Questlove Thompson's documentary Summer Of Soul, Friday 12:01 a.m.: The film celebrates the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival. Summer Of Soul is a documentary that focuses on the duty and joy of recovering Black culture. It includes stories from concertgoers, musicians, behind-the scenes personnel, and footage of artists such as Stevie Wonder, The Staples Singers (Nina Simone), Gladys Knight & The Pips (Mahalia Jackson), B.B. King, Hugh Masekela and Abbey Lincoln, Max Roacheach, each representing a part of the culture at that time.Regular coverageStar Wars: The Bad Batch (Disney+ Friday, 3:01 AM.)Liseys Story (Apple TV+ Friday, 12:01 AM.)RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars (Paramount+).Wild cardsFear Street Part 1: 1994 (Netflix Friday, 3:01 a.m.). 1994 opens with a cheeky reference the Fear Street books (like the Goosebumps movies it seems to take place in a universe where R.L. Stines' work is being referred to by a book shop clerk as "Fear Street Part 1: 1994" (Netflix, Friday, 3:01 a.m.): 1994 opens with a cheeky reference to the Fear Street books themselves. It appears that it takes place in a world where R.L. It won't bother middle-aged viewers. Do today's children deserve trash?The Tomorrow War (Amazon Prime Video Friday, 3:01 a.m.). This 140-minute movie is more than just a genre workout. However, its unwillingness to reveal what those thoughts might be forces it to rely on the audience's inexplicable breadcrumbs for third-act plot points. It stars Chris Pratt and Yvonne Strahovski.The Boss baby: Family Business (Peacock Friday, 3:01 AM): This film needs more animated flight and less exposition. You're already creating an internal architecture that is more complex than many religions. So why not follow your artistic impulses? Katie Rifes reviews this animated film directed and produced by Tom McGrath. Alec Baldwin, James Marsden and Amy Sedaris are the voices of Eva Longoria.Haseen Dillruba (Netflix Friday, 3:01 AM): Rani Kashyap (Taapsee Pantnu) is being investigated for Rishu's murder. The less likely that she is the true culprit, the more information becomes available about their complicated relationship.