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What To Watch This Weekend: Best TV Series & Movies [July 14th-16th]

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What to Watch This Weekend

What To Watch This Weekend – It’s Friday evening, and you’ve just finished a long week at work. You want to unwind and relax but are stuck on what to do.

You could go out and socialize, but after a hectic week, you only want to curl up on the couch and watch something. But with so many streaming platforms and options available, deciding what to watch is tough.

Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered with our comprehensive guide on what to watch this weekend.

Whether you’re in the mood for a laugh or a good cry, we’ve got recommendations for everyone. So, please sit back, relax, and let us guide you to the perfect viewing experience.

What to Watch This Weekend: TV Shows

What We Do in the Shadows: Season 5 (2023)

What We Do in the Shadows, a mockumentary comic horror series, is returning for a fifth season. Before this season, this show, which is based on the same-named 2014 movie, had four extremely successful Certified Fresh seasons, with two scoring 100% on the Tomatometer and the others not far behind.

A couple Emmy nominations for Outstanding Comedy Series are a strong initial argument in favour of giving this one a try.Furthermore, Taika Waititi, who wrote, directed, and starred in the movie, as well as Jemaine Clement, continue to have an impact on the series.

Waititi, along with Clement, served as executive producer and occasionally as director of the show, which was conceived by Clement.

In addition, a sixth season of the show, which centres on four vampire housemates in Staten Island, has also been approved. It’s time for you to stop lurking in the background and start caring about this show.

Where to Watch: FXHulu

The Afterparty: Season 2 (2023)

The AppleTV+ programme The Afterparty joins the fun with the start of its second season.

Now is the time to see this one if you haven’t before.

It’s a comedy-murder mystery anthology series where each episode is narrated from the perspective of a different character and in a different genre, such as cartoon, thriller, or musical in season 1.

The first reason to watch this one is because of its original strategy.

Another is the cast, which features Tiffany Haddish and Sam Richardson, who both return for season 2 but with completely new surrounds. Consider Glass Onion and Knives Out.

That includes celebrities like Vivian Wu, John Cho, Elizabeth Perkins, Zach Woods, and Ken Jeong.

The murder in this season takes occurred the day after a wedding, in contrast to season one, which took place after a high school reunion after party.

Speaking about season one, it’s important to note that it has a Tomatometer score of 95% and an audience score of 83%, making it Certified Fresh. As if you needed more justification to join this party.

Where to Watch: Apple TV+

What to Watch This Weekend: Movies

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning, Part One (2023)

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One has arrived in theaters, ready to take you on an exhilarating journey.

There are countless compelling reasons to embark on this mission, starting with the fact that Tom Cruise, renowned for his daring stunts, once again pushes the boundaries of the M:I franchise and even the history of cinema itself with one of the most jaw-dropping sequences ever conceived.

Brace yourself for an adrenaline-fueled spectacle unlike anything you’ve seen before.

But that’s not all—prepare to rejoice as Dead Reckoning Part One receives resounding acclaim from critics.

With an impressive Certified Fresh rating of 96% on the Tomatometer, it stands as the second-highest-rated installment in the franchise, just slightly trailing its predecessor, Mission: Impossible – Fallout, released in 2018.

This testament to its quality makes it an absolute must-watch.

Returning alongside Cruise are familiar faces such as Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, and Rebecca Ferguson, each delivering captivating performances that will leave you wanting more.

Guiding this exceptional ensemble is Christopher McQuarrie, once again assuming the roles of director and co-writer, ensuring a seamless continuation of the franchise’s legacy.

Keep in mind, this is merely the opening chapter of an epic story. Get ready for Dead Reckoning Part Two, slated for release in 2024. The excitement and anticipation for what lies ahead are only just beginning.

Where to Watch: In theaters

Theater Camp (2023)

Theatre Camp, an independent comedy film, is another choice for moviegoers this week.

The strong ensemble, which features two The Bear stars in addition to Tony Award winner Ben Platt, serves as the first reason to watch this play for the first act.

One is Molly Gordon, who co-stars in the movie and co-directs it with Nick Lieberman in their debuts as directors, and the other is Ayo Edebiri, who plays a supporting role.

The entertaining plot of this one, which follows the directors of a decrepit theatre camp in upstate New York as they attempt to put on a masterpiece of a production to preserve their cherished summer tradition, is another reason to think about going.

The movie had its Sundance premiere earlier this year, and it presently has a great 73% Audience Score and a Fresh 78% Tomatometer rating.

Where to Watch: In theaters

There’s Something About Mary (1998)

Finally, the comedy There’s Something About Mary is this week’s RT25 selection.

This film, which debuted 25 years ago this week, is not just a Certified Fresh comedy, which is no small accomplishment, but it’s also regarded as one of the best comedies ever made, particularly in the 1990s.

That’s a fairly solid argument, I think, to come back to this one.

Additionally, the cast is outstanding, featuring celebrities like Cameron Diaz, Ben Stiller, and Matt Dillon, as well as one of the greatest NFL quarterbacks of all time who makes a special cameo appearance.

If you are too young and it is past your bedtime and you don’t recognise him when he suddenly appears.

In addition to the actors in front of the camera, Peter and Bobby Farrelly, also known as the Farrelly brothers, are the film’s directors.

When they filmed this one, they had just completed the sequels to 1996’s Kingpin and 1994’s Dumb and Dumber, giving them a brief but remarkable filmography. Since then, things have only gotten better.

Where to Watch: VuduPrime VideoGoogle Play

Alishba Waris is an independent journalist working for CTN News. She brings a wealth of experience and a keen eye for detail to her reporting. With a knack for uncovering the truth, Waris isn't afraid to ask tough questions and hold those in power accountable. Her writing is clear, concise, and cuts through the noise, delivering the facts readers need to stay informed. Waris's dedication to ethical journalism shines through in her hard-hitting yet fair coverage of important issues.

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