The Star-Telegram arts writers spotlight what's rocking their world this week.
1 Gallery Girls: Yes, it's another Bravo reality show but Gallery Girls, following the catty banalities of several young women trying to make in the whine-and-cheese world of Manhattan's art scene, makes for a remarkably watchable guilty pleasure. Will Amy ever be dragged from her impossibly high horse? When will Maggie stop letting her boss walk all over her? It's like an episode of HBO's dark comedy Girls without any of the indie-film irony. 9 p.m. Mondays, Bravo.
-- Cary Darling
2 Harry Potter Wizard's Collection: Harry Potter and his Hogwarts pals have ended their magical adventures on the big screen, but for those who are craving a splashy home viewing experience (or are just needing a Quidditch fix), this 31-disc, 19-pound set, in stores Friday, just might do the trick. Along with all eight films (on Blu-ray and DVD, along with digital copies), the Harry Potter Wizard's Collection also includes five hours of new bonus features, and memorabilia like a Horcrux locket, concept art prints and the hardback Harry Potter Catalogue of Artefacts, which displays the filmmakers' favorite props. Suggested retail price, $499.99.
-- Preston Jones
3 Coma : It's fall. Everybody back in the TV pool! A&E gets things going with a new miniseries, Coma, a medical drama based on the Robin Cook bestseller and starring Lauren Ambrose and Steven Pasquale. It will be intriguing to see if it can measure up to the version directed by Michael Crichton back in the '70s. 8 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, A&E.
-- Cary Darling