Several new movies and big names hitting the box office this weekend, but it doesn't look like any of them will take the top spot.
The best of the new bunch may be tom cruise's action drama American Made. Cruise plays a cocaine smuggler turned CIA informant.
If it hits the low end of expectations, around $15 million, it'll have trouble topping holdovers Kingsman: The Golden Circle and It.
Also new - the remake of Flatliners - and Emma Stone and Steve Carell's tennis drama Battle of the Sexes expands nationwide.
Debuting Sunday night, Kyra Sedgwick stars in, and executive produces, the new ABC show 10 Days in the Valley.
She plays a TV exec whose child goes missing, and she says the show explores how tough it can be to be a single mom with a demanding job
"All women from the moment they give birth to that child, usually feel guilty and like they're not doing a good job," says Sedgwick.
Also Sunday night, it's the new season of Shark Tank, and Curb Your Enthusiasm returns to HBO.
And tonight, it's the premiere of the new marvel series Inhumans on ABC.
One of the guys behind this year's biggest song is giving $1 million to hurricane relief in Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rican rapper, and Despacito star, Daddy Yankee says he felt the call to help the place where he was born and raised, and where the Despacito video was filmed.