Your Weekend Watch List: What To Watch This Weekend

Looking for recommendations on what to watch this weekend? Here are our top picks

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Your Weekend Watch List: What To Watch This Weekend
Let’s face it, weekends are our favourite binge days. Two days of uninterrupted binging makes for a perfect weekend. With so many shows out there, it’s easy to get lost in trailers and before you know it, you’ve spent a few hours just deciding what to watch. We’ve decided to do the hard work for you and get you a list of what you can watch this weekend. Here’s what’s worth your time.

1. Comicstaan Season 2 – Amazon Prime Video

If you enjoyed Amazon Prime Video’s Comicstaan Season 1, you will absolutely love the second season. A new panel of judges, a talented bunch of contestants and an hour of rib-tickling laughter. All of us need to unwind after the chaos of the week gone by and Comicstaan provides just the light dose of entertainment we need. With each episode delving into a new genre of comedy, there is something for everybody. Gear up for a whole lot of laughs with this one!

2. The Great Hack – Netflix

The Netflix documentary, ‘The Great Hack’ has received quite a lot of media attention over the past week and for good reason too. Based on the Cambridge Analytica scandal, it delves into data mining. We all know that every action that we take in the digital sphere is meticulously recorded and sold to data companies, but we don’t the extent of the use and manipulation. The Great Hack makes us aware in this regard and is also a wake-up call. If a thought-compelling documentary is your cup of tea this weekend, don’t miss this one.

3. Fleabag – Amazon Prime Video

A Prime Original, Fleabag, makes our way into this list because of their sweep of nominations for the Emmys this year. This British comedy is basically the story of a young girl in London, grappling through a dysfunctional function, her career and her love life. But it is unlike any other comedy on the subject you may have seen. Starring Phoebe Waller Bridge as Fleabag, who also happens to be the writer of the show, deserves all the accolades for both her performance as well as the content she has created. Both the seasons so far are exceptional, but Season 2 stands out with an interesting priest, played by none other than Andrew Scott (Moriarty from Sherlock)

Happy binging, folks! 

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