Today on The Culture Show, host Jared Bowen is joined by co-hosts Callie Crossley and Edgar B. Herwick III for yet another week in review —unpacking all of the arts and culture headlines on a local, national and international level ahead of a culture-filled weekend.

First up: Beyoncé did the Texas two step onto the country music charts, landing the top spot with her hit “Texas Hold Em," and her collaboration with acclaimed musician Rhiannon Giddens is what's making headlines.

Also at number one, the artist formerly known as Kanye West has made a controversial chart-topping comeback with his latest album despite his pathology of antisemitism, racism and homophobia.

And, some speculate that the song Hotel California is a metaphor for prison — a fitting interpretation given that the men charged with stealing the lyrics and other Don Henley manuscripts are now on trial.

From there, Tyler Perry has stalled development on his $800 million studio expansion after news of OpenAI's video generating program.

Then, it’s Meet the Beatles: John, Paul, George and Ringo will each get their own biopic, courtesy of Sam Mendes. Now comes the hard part: casting them!

And, even though Bill Belichick is a man of no words, Apple TV managed to get the notoriously terse coach to speak in its new docuseries about the Patriots, "The Dynasty." Episodes continue to drop every Friday, and our hosts unpack what they've seen so far.

It's all on The Culture Show — listen to the full episode above!