Wondering what to watch this weekend? Here’s a list of the top 5 new movies and shows to watch on Netflix, Apple, and more for your consideration.
Weekend is back! And so is the plan to binge watch the latest content to make the holidays more interesting. But every week or even say every day there is something or other that gets released on the OTT platforms. Choosing what to watch this weekend on Netflix, Apple can be a daunting task. Though, the OTT platforms are always there to stream famous movies and shows such as The Witcher, Squid Game, Stranger Things (till we get the next season!), but you can go into this weekend with eyes focussed on the latest releases. If you are in a dilemma to choose what to binge watch, then we may have made your task easy! Here, find the top 5 new movies and shows to watch on Netflix, Apple, and more.
5 new movies and shows to watch on Netflix, Apple, HBO, and more
1. Ozark season 4 part 2
Netflix’s award-winning crime drama, Ozark season 4 part 2 is streaming now! The on-screen appearance of Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, Julia Garner, and the rest of the cast will surely make the weekend interesting.
2. Made for Love season 2
After the success of the first season, Made for Love returns with another season on HBO Max. What new this season holds, you need to watch for that.
3. Grace and Frankie season 7 part 2
The last part of the final season of Grace and Frankie season 7 part 2 on Netflix, shows Grace and Frankie starting new adventures as they juggle their families, business ventures, and romantic interests together.
4. Shining Girls
If thriller is your favourite genre, then you can watch Shining Girls on Apple TV Plus which features Elisabeth Moss who is known for her work in Mad Men, Top of the Lake, and The Handmaid’s Tale. The Shining Girls is all about a newspaper archivist Kirby Mazrachi’s dreams of becoming a journalist being put on hold after she survives a brutal attack that leaves her in a constant state of shifting reality.
5. We own this city
Go check it out on HBO Max, the six-episode limited series is based on Baltimore Sun reporter Justin Fenton’s book about the rampant corruption found in the Gun Trace Task Force.