It’s time to look at what to watch this weekend on the best streaming services – Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu etc. Let’s dive into the rundown of what to watch right now.
500 Days Of Summer
- Genre: Romance
- Where to Watch: Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, iTunes Store, Vudu, EPIX, Paramount+
Alas, the season of breakups is here, but what better way to wallow in misery and mend your broken heart than by watching a great breakup movie? Heartbreak rules Tom Hansen’s (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) life in 500 Days of Summer. But for Tom, it’s love at first sight the moment he sets eyes on Summer (Zooey Deschanel). Summer doesn’t like the idea of relationships, yet Tom and Summer have a connection that seems to endure forever until she ruins his perfect world by breaking up with him. Tom tries to figure out what went wrong after 500 days of suffering and love.
Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip – Season 2
- Genre: Documentary/Reality
- Where to Watch: Peacock
Season 2 of Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip has begun! Peacock has sent popular (and somewhat infamous) alumni of the series to a retreat at former Real Housewives of New York star Dorinda Medley’s Bluestone Manor in the Berkshires rather than whisking a bunch of current cast members away to a tropical location like Turks and Caicos. These eight ladies, affectionately known as “the ex-wives club,” are prepared to party, dress up, quarrel, and bond, much to the joy of their devoted fans, whether it be at clambakes, tea parties, or a prohibition-inspired supper. It’s entertaining to see all these reality TV stars back in the spotlight, but RHOA alums Eva Marcille and Phaedra Parks steal the show with their sharp tongues, gorgeous features, and laid-back personalities. The title is what to watch this weekend streaming.
Barry – Season 2, Episode 5
- Genre: Comedy
- Where to Watch: HBO MAX, HBO NOW, Prime Video, iTunes, VUDU, Google Play, YouTube
The new episode 5 is what to watch right now. You know how when you hear that one episode of a programme is the series’ “signature episode,” but you’ve never watched the show, you have no idea why it’s so great? And then, three years later, when you do watch that episode, you understand why there was such a stir about it in 2019. Barry from “ronny/lilly,” Episode 5 of Season 2. I know I’m far late to the party, but in the format-breaking half-hour, Barry (Bill Hader) tries to do the morally right thing once more by letting his target, Ronny (Daniel Bernhardt), walk free.
- Genre: Children’s/Family
- Where to Watch: Disney+
Are you sick of seeing endless superhero movies that strain your child’s attention span? Use Baymax! The fluffy robot from Big Hero 6 is thrown into a variety of dilemmas in the new Disney+ animated series, all of which he resolves in under ten minutes! Each short film is jam-packed with emotion and humour. Given that there are no other superheroes who are quite like this one, the series is distinctively Baymax. He is not there to end all suffering. He is there to treat your sprained ankle and reward you with a lollipops afterward! We all need to spend some time with the kind of good-hearted superhero that this is. This new family title is what to watch on Disney plus right now.
Only Murders In The Building – Season 2
- Genre: Mystery
- Where to Watch: Hulu
Only Murders in the Building, a pleasant mystery-comedy on Hulu, returns for a second season with the lovable trio of Martin Short, Steve Martin, and Selena Gomez. Oliver, Charles, and Mabel begin Season 2 while they are still in shock following Bunny’s death, or at least some of them are. In terms of picking up the microphone and releasing a new season of their podcast, Oliver seems a little too enthusiastic. The most notorious citizens of Arconia set out to solve yet another crime, but this time the stakes are even greater as they do it with the police hot on their heels and the city’s eyes on them. The new season with astonishing modifications is what to watch on Hulu right now.
- Genre: Comedy
- Where to Watch: Netflix
Thanks to his defining work on SNL, Wayne’s World, the Austin Powers and Shrek franchises, and other era-defining projects, Mike Myers enjoyed a successful 20-year reign atop the comedy mountain. Myers’ career as an A-list comedy icon came to an abrupt end when The Love Guru bombed on all fronts in 2008. However, like a veteran pitcher who has lost his fastball but not his desire to pitch, Myers spent the time between then and now honing a curveball that plays to one of his greatest assets: his utterly singular and profoundly weird comedic sensibilities. This title is what to watch on Netflix right now.
- Genre: Drama
- Where to Watch: PlutoTV, Paramount+, The Criterion Channel, Prime Video, iTunes, VUDU, Google Play
Every child’s biggest nightmare is seeing their parents die in front of them, and in this movie, the shooter is the spouse of a young girl’s father’s mistress. The iconic 1990 film Eve’s Bayou immerses us in New Orleans culture, exposing us to voodoo, adultery, Creole culture, and good ole cajun cooking—things we can only imagine as residents of the North. This drama-filled film, starring Samuel L. Jackson, Lynn Whitfield, Meghan Good, and an 11-year-old Jurnee Smollett, depicts the dangers of learning your family’s darkest secret.