What to Doc: I’m not an extreme adventurer, but I play one on TV. Or at least I watch others go to extremes on TV, and no one tracks those adventures better than Jimmy Chin. In The Edge of the Unknown, we go behind the scenes and inside the minds of extreme athletes confronting some of their worst moments.

+ What to Series: Speaking of documentaries, Netflix’ Untold series has some great episodes including Operation Flagrant Foul and The Girlfriend Who Didn’t Exist. I’ve watched several and plan to watch them all.

+ What to Show: It’s rare that a good show gets better in its second season, but such is the case for Industry on HBO. I’ve mentioned it before, but since it’s flying under the radar, I’m mentioning it again.

+ What to Read/Hear: The NYT (Gift Article) has an interesting feature on the meteoric rise of Zach Bryan, Music’s Most Reluctant New Star. “In the military, Bryan was an aviation ordnanceman stationed in Washington and Florida, and did tours in Bahrain and Djibouti. He assembled, repaired and loaded weapons, and in his downtime, recorded songs. He was a fan of the Oklahoma country band Turnpike Troubadours — especially the songwriting of its frontman, Evan Felker — as well as Radiohead, Bon Iver, Gregory Alan Isakov and assorted ‘weird indie music.'”