The To-Do List: January 2016’s Most Awesome Media Digestibles

TBS’s <em>Angie Tribeca</em> is at the top of our list

FX’s Baskets is what surreal comedy dreams are made of (January 21). Cocreated by Louis C.K., Zach Galifianakis, and Jonathan Krisel, the series follows Chip Baskets (Galifianakis), a simple dude from Bakersfield whose goal in life is to be a professional clown.

Hop on Spotify for a taste of American Appetite, the latest album from the L.A.-based quartet Harriet (January 29). Fronted by singer-keyboardist Alex Casnoff (formerly of Dawes and PAPA), the band doctors up indie rock with synth-pop vibes.

Chelsea Handler is back at Netflix for the docu-series Chelsea Does (January 22). It’s something of a departure for the comedian, who travels the world exploring topics such as marriage, racism, and drugs. (Don’t worry, she’s still her offensive self.) Handler even pays a visit to a few L.A. neighborhoods.

Angie Tribeca pokes fun at police procedurals and binge watching (January 17). Rashida Jones stars as a member of the LAPD’s RHCU (Really Heinous Crimes Unit), and the entire first season airs five times during a 25-hour marathon premiere on TBS.