Host Kelly Ripa smiles and waves with both hands to the audience while walking onto the set. She wears a gold, two-piece suit with black accents. In the background is an orange wall. Animated characters Hector and Miguel from Disney and Pixar’s Coco stand back-to-back and dance in the street. Hector, a skeleton, wears torn, brown pants and vest along with a tattered straw hat. Miguel wears a red sweatshirt and jeans and holds a large white guitar. The street is paved with cobblestones and behind them are arches adorned with colorful lights. Jacks Haupt wears a brown and tan printed dress and holds a glass perfume bottle in her hands. She stands in front of a red curtain and an arm is in the frame adjusting her hair.

5 Fantastic Things to Watch This Week

By Andie Hagemann

On Tuesday, new series The Come Up premieres with four episodes on Freeform. A special guest stops by the season finale of ABC’s Generation Gap to test the contestants’ wits, airing on Thursday. Team Spidey teams up to save sea life in a new episode of Marvel’s Spidey and his Amazing Friends, airing Friday on Disney Channel and Disney Junior. Kick off your celebrations for Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month with the debuts of Mija and the Coco Sing-Along on Disney+ that same day.

A group photo of Ben Hard, Claude Shwartz, Ebon Gore, Fernando Casablancas, Sophia Wilson, and Taofeek Abijako shows them smiling and wearing solid, brightly colored clothing. They are sitting around a wood table in a corner booth. The lighting is dim, and a brick wall is behind them.

The Come Up—Tuesday, September 13, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Freeform

The all-new unscripted series—intended only for mature audiences—debuts with four back-to-back, 30-minute episodes. In the first installments, meet the eclectic group of friends—Ben Hard, Claude Shwartz, Ebon Gore, Fernando Casablancas, Sophia Wilson, and Taofeek Abijako—as they chase lofty goals and attempt to “make it” in New York City. What’s next for Taofeek after his breakout moment at New York Fashion Week? Will Claude’s friends get along with Ben? Meanwhile, Sophia weighs a major decision regarding her college education, and Ebon is planning an epic party. New episodes air on Tuesdays and are available the next day on Hulu.

Contestants Paxton and Cindy smile and stand behind a large wood desk. Paxton is a young boy and wears a yellow, short-sleeve shirt. Cindy is an older woman and wears a pink long-sleeve blouse and colorful scarf tied around her neck. A digital screen reads, “Paxton and Cindy” on the desk.

Generation Gap—Thursday, September 15, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC

Two new dynamic duos compete against each other for a chance to take home big prizes. Don’t miss the season finale of this hilarious generation-spanning game show, hosted by Kelly Ripa. Plus, Anderson Cooper makes a special guest appearance!

Animated character Isla Coralton sits on a bench next to Team Spidey. She wears a teal shirt, blue jacket, tan slacks, and a name tag. Behind them are metropolitan buildings and sand. The sky is a purple-blue color with a large fluffy cloud.

Marvel’s Spidey and his Amazing Friends—Friday, September 16, at 8:30 a.m. ET/PT on Disney Channel and 12:30 p.m. ET/PT on Disney Junior

When Doc Ock (voiced by Kelly Ohanian) threatens the safety of sea life, Team Spidey embarks on an underwater mission to save the day. Zookeeper and conservationist Bindi Irwin guest stars as oceanographer Isla Coralton, who assists the pint-sized Super Heroes. Then, Sean Giambrone, star of ABC’s The Goldbergs, returns to voice Ant-Man, who works with Ghost-Spider (voiced by Lily Sanfelippo) to stop Green Goblin (voiced by JP Karliak) from destroying a mini golf course.

Doris Munoz and Jacks Haupt sit on a large blanket sprawled on green grass. They are leaning toward each other and face a still lake framed by green, leafy trees. Munoz and Haupt wear light-colored clothing. 

Mija—Friday, September 16, on Disney+

The Disney Original Documentary film, directed by Isabel Castro, centers around Doris Muñoz and Jacks Haupt, two daughters of immigrants from Mexico who are both navigating their careers in the music industry. Doris and Jacks bond over the ever-present guilt of being the first American-born members of their families and the financial burdens of chasing their dreams. They also have to deal with the heightened pressure of success as their families dream of securing green cards and family reunification.

Animated boy Miguel is surrounded by a gaggle of skeletons. A large wooden desk separates the group from another skeleton, who wears a green utility hat and button-up shirt. 

Coco Sing-Along—Friday, September 16, on Disney+

¡Cantemos! This week, the Academy Award®-winning animated film debuts a sing-along version that will allow viewers to belt out “Un Poco Loco” and “Remember Me” perfectly. The film introduces Miguel (voiced by Anthony Gonzalez), an aspiring young musician who dreams of taking the stage just like legendary musician Ernesto de la Cruz (voiced by Benjamin Bratt). Miguel embarks on a fantastical journey to the magical land of his late ancestors to uncover his family’s mysteries, stories, and traditions. The beloved story also features the voices of Gael García Bernal as Hector, a charming trickster; Renee Victor as Abuelita; Gabriel Iglesias as the departures clerk; and Alanna Ubach as Mama Imelda, to name a few.