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The 7 Best Movies and TV Shows You Can Watch on Weekend

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Just this week alone, new episodes of Dragon HouseAnd the rings of strengthAnd the Andor, And the Strong woman It premiered…Check out your geek friends. It’s a lot. And above all, symbol picture He returns to theaters to (a) remind you of what happened in the movie and (b) get you excited water road. Then of course, the movie Twitter has been waiting for, do not worry my loveis out too, and while it is the consensus of critics not greatKim Kardashian said,It is really good!As long as everyone agrees that Florence Pugh is a star, I’m good at it. Now, for the rest of the picks this weekend:

Well, sure, do not worry my love It may not actually be Better This week, but if you’re interested in all the drama surrounding it, you’ll probably watch it anyway! Directed by Olivia Wilde (her last film, Box MartIt was a great comedy for teens), do not worry my love It stars Florence Pugh and Harry Styles as a sexy young couple in the 1950s in California. Although it is normal for Alice (Pugh) to begin to feel that there is something in their community very Wrong – wrong – wrong.

James Cameron’s 3D saga is back in theaters so why not? Also, the day we thought would never come (water roadIt’s coming, so we have to prepare. Disney + definitely return by raffle symbol picture From his library just so people can see it on the big screen (for the cinema!), but this time around, Cameron’s 2009 movie has been remastered in 4K HDR and of course will be on IMAX screens with 3D availability.

Kaley Cuoco plays a woman named Sheila who wants to hook up with Pete Davidson, or rather make her first date with Gary Davidson. After finding out that her local nail salon has a time machine, Sheila repeatedly teleports herself to her first date with her boyfriend to try to fix it. Oh, girl, noble attempt.

Available to stream on Peacock

Yes, this is an Emmy winner Abbott Elementary for you. The ABC comedy is already back for its second season and if you haven’t watched the first season, what should you do? Quinta Bronson stars (and created the show) as an upbeat teacher, Janine, who works with an amazing troupe (including Emmy winner Cheryl Lee Ralph) of teachers on this parody-style show. It’s funny and just plain amazing network sitcom – the kind of show that rarely gets hacked in this live-focused world.

Available to stream on Hulu

Simply, Andor Grammar. Despite being a precursor to rogue oneAnd the Andor It really feels like a new trend in star Wars Universe. One takes a closer look at the popular beginnings of the rebellion, the middle management of the empire, and all the politics of this universe. it’s great! Leading the series is Tony Gilroy, Diego Luna returns as Cassian Andor’s lovable rebel spy, tracing his journey into the rebellion, and oh man, episode three is the all-time Star Wars.

Available to stream on Disney+

There is so much for Kardashians To cover the season, from Kourtney and Travis Italiano’s wedding, to the Met Gala looks (which include Marilyn Monroe’s dress), to Pete Davidson and Kim’s relationship (which is now said to be over), to Chloe and Tristan’s baby woes. The first episode of the season shines a heavy light on the latter issue with the shocking news of Tristan hanging over Chloe like the baby blues.

Available to stream on Hulu

Hulu Comedy Series About a Hulu Comedy Series Reboot? Metaverse is alive and well! Starring Rachel Bloom, Judy Greer, Keegan-Michael Key, Johnny Knoxville, Paul Reiser, Reboot It follows the fictional crew of an old folk comedy who regroup to wreak havoc with their writer (Bloom). It is perfect for a refreshing weekend getaway.

Available to stream on Hulu

also! Read our streaming recommendations from The weekend of September 16. Vulture’s following list of Weekend Live Picks is posted online on Friday, September 30th.



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