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May 20 (UPI) -- Andy Samberg and John Mulaney voice a new take on Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers, RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars begins Season 7 and Natasha Lyonne hosts the season finale of Saturday Night Live this weekend.
In addition, David Letterman is back with his talk show My Guest Needs No Introduction, Eugenio Derbez and Samara Weaving star in romantic comedy The Valet and the late George Carlin's comedy career is explored in a two-part documentary series.
Here's a rundown on some of the films and television shows that will be released this weekend.
'Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers' -- Disney+
Chip, voiced by John Mulaney, and Dale, voiced by Andy Samberg, must reunite and tap into their Rescue Rangers detective personas after a former castmate mysteriously disappears in this action-comedy, which premieres Friday on Disney+. Chip retains his original 2-D look while Dale has undergone CGI surgery. Kiki Layne, Will Arnett, Eric Bana, Flula Borg, Keegan-Michael key, Seth Rogen and J.K. Simmons also star.
'The Valet' -- Hulu
Eugenio Derbez and Samara Weaving star in his romantic comedy, which arrives Friday on Hulu. Derbez portrays Beverly Hills parking valet Antonio, who is selected by a Hollywood star (Weaving) to pose as her lover in order to cover up her relationship with a married man. Max Greenfield and Betsy Brandt also star.
'Now and Then' -- Apple TV+
Apple TV+ presents this new Spanish and English language thriller set in Miami, which comes to the streaming service on Friday. A group of college friends are forever changed after one of them ends up dead during their weekend celebration. The group reunites 20 years later to tackle a new threat. Marina de Tavira, Rosie Perez, José María Yazpik, Maribel Verdú, Manolo Cardona, Soledad Villamil, Željko Ivanek and Jorge López star.
'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars' Season 7 -- Paramount+
RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars is back for Season 7, which premieres Friday on Paramount+. The new season includes a roster of previous winners from the franchise. The competing queens include Shea Coulee, Jaida Essence Hall, Yvie Oddly, Trinity The Tuck, Monet X Change, Jinkx Monsson, Raja and The Vivienne.
'My Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman' -- Netflix
Late night legend David Letterman returns for Season 4 of his new talk show, which arrives Friday on Netflix. Letterman will interview Will Smith, Cardi B, Billie Eilish, Ryan Reynolds, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Kevin Durant. Smith's episode was filmed before he infamously slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars, however, and that will not be discussed.
'Troppo' -- Amazon Freevee
Thomas Jane and Nicole Chamoun star in this adaptation of Candice Fox's best-selling novel, which comes to Amazon Freevee on Friday. The eight-part Australian drama follows ex-cop Ted Conkaffey (Jane), who is forced out of his job due to a crime he swears he didn't commit. Ted teams up with an ex-con tattoo artist Amanda (Chamoun) to find out who is using crocodiles to murder residents.
'George Carlin's American Dream' -- HBO, HBO Max
The career of late comedian George Carlin will be explored in this two-part documentary series, which premieres Friday on HBO at 8 p.m. EDT. It will also be available on HBO Max. The series will chart Carlin's artistic growth and evolution as he started out telling clean jokes before going into raunchier material that also included discussions on religion and politics.
'WWE SmackDown' -- Fox
SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos and Raw Tag Team Champions RK-Bro will be colliding in a high-stakes unification match on SmackDown, which airs Friday at 8 p.m. EDT on Fox. The winner of the bout will be crowned both the SmackDown and Raw Tag Team Champions. The Usos will surely be joined by their cousin Roman Reigns, who holds both the Universal and WWE Championships.
'Saturday Night Live' with guest host Natasha Lyonne -- NBC, Peacock
Natasha Lyonne serves as the guest host of Saturday Night Live, which airs Saturday at 11:30 p.m. EDT. Japanese Breakfast is serving as the musical guest. This installment of SNL serves as the show's Season 47 finale. The show will also be available to stream on Peacock.