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What To Watch This Weekend: Best TV Series & Movies [May 5th-7th]



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

The Other Two (Season 3 Premiere)

Release Date: May 4 on HBO Max

The less successful older millennial siblings of a gen z musical superstar who suddenly became well-known in a flash are the subject of this half-hour comedy, which parodies the entertainment world.

With Brook Dubek (Heléne Yorke) settling down as her younger brother’s manager, Cary Dubak (Drew Tarver), a working actor, has found some success as the series has progressed.

Some of the biggest laughs you’ll have watching television in years come from this show’s supporting ensemble, which includes comedy heavyweights like Molly Shannon and Ken Marino.

HBO Max currently has the first two episodes of season 3 available to stream.

Watch The Other Two on HBO Max

Silo: Season 1 (2023)

Release Date: May 5 on Apple TV+

This week’s new releases include the Apple TV+ drama Silo.

The ensemble of this film, which also includes Rashida Jones, Common, David Oyelowo, and Rebecca Ferguson, is excellent.

While the show’s enigmatic title may imply anything, it actually refers to a population that lives underground in a huge silo in a polluted dystopian future.

Additionally, it is based on Hugh Howey’s Silo series of books, so if you’ve read those, you’ll know what to anticipate.

Where to Watch: Apple TV+

Yellowjackets (Season 2 Episode 6, “Qui”)

Release Date: May 7 on Showtime

Yellowjackets is an incredible spectacle, my goodness.

The gruesome aftermath of a high school football team’s plane crash into the wilderness is the subject of the Showtime series, which was created by Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson.

Season 2 has been rather… savoury? That’s not the correct word, though. It’s been bloody, that much is certain. The adult incarnations of the survivors are, quite literally, everywhere now.

Running a wellness retreat centre is Lottie (Simone Kessell). We recently got to know Van (Lauren Ambrose), who owns a video store. Melanie Lynskey’s Shauna is attempting to avoid being charged with murder.

Natalie (Juliette Lewis) has an attitude that we admire and is seeing things. And Misty (Christina Ricci) is embracing her inner “citizen detective” alongside Walter (Elijah Wood), her new best friend.

And in the days of the wilderness? Let’s not forget how heavily pregnant Shauna is (Sophie Nélisse). like, about to become pregnant.

The episode from this week may be the darkest and most intense of the entire second season and probably the show’s entire run.

Succession (Season 4 Episode 7, “Tailgate Party”)

Release Date: May 7 on HBO

How about running it “reverse viking”? Succession, the critically praised HBO series created by Jesse Armstrong, is currently in its last season, and, let’s just say, it is not holding back.

The audience has come to understand that it is difficult to foresee the future of this series about a highly wealthy, aristocratic family of media moguls after a very important character unexpectedly passed away in Episode 3.

Things have only become crazier with the death of Lukas Matsson, played by Alexander Skarsgrd, who is possibly the most punchable character on television.

This week, Lukas shows up at the Roy family’s first ‘tailgate party’ without their father despite Logan supposedly having invited him.

And given that it’s a Roy tailgate party, I’m sure it’s far sexier than the name would lead you to believe.

 Bupkis: Season 1 (2023)

The comic sitcom Bupkis is making its Peacock debut this week.

There are several reasons to watch this one, starting with the fact that Pete Davidson stars in it and co-created it. It is based on a fictionalised version of his real life and has been compared to Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm.

If you ask us, that’s a fairly flattering comparison.

But that’s only the beginning, as Davidson also succeeded in persuading Joe Pesci to come out of acting retirement, in addition to casting the wonderful Edie Falco as his mother.

Pesci will play his first TV role since 1985 and his first role overall since 2019.

In addition, Bupkis will debut with a flurry of guest appearances from stars like Charlie Day, Sebastian Stan, Method Man, and Al Gore, to name a few, much like the aforementioned Curb.


Where to Watch: Peacock

New Episodes


Power Book II: Ghost (Starz)

The Last Thing He Told Me (Apple TV+)

Blindspotting (Starz)

Waco: The Aftermath (Showtime)

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Prime Video)

Dear Mama (FX)

Citadel (Prime Video)


The Simpsons (FOX)

Marie Antoinette (PBS)

Rabbit Hole (Paramount+)

Barry (HBO)


Succession (HBO)

Somebody Somewhere (HBO Max)

Couples Therapy (Showtime)

The Company You Keep (ABC)

Fatal Attraction (Paramount+)

Tom Jones (PBS)

Yellowjackets (Showtime)

What to Watch This Weekend: Movies

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)

Release Date: May 5 in Theaters

The Suicide Squad, Peacemaker, and the first two Guardians of the Galaxy films have all shown James Gunn’s talent for crafting comedic superhero tales.

He is to blame for characters with names like Gamora, Star-Lord, and Groot becoming as well-known as Spider-Man and Captain America.

In addition to delving more into Rocket’s past, this third installment of the Guardians of the Galaxy series tackles with some of the implications set up in Avengers: Endgame, such as a parallel Gamora who has no memory of the galaxy-saving squad.

Today, the movie opens in theatres worldwide.

Where to Watch: In theaters

What to Watch This Weekend: Family Friendly

If you’re looking for something the whole family can enjoy, check out these movies and TV shows.


  1. The Lion King
  2. Up
  3. Finding Nemo
  4. Frozen
  5. Moana

TV Shows

  1. Avatar: The Last Airbender
  2. Phineas and Ferb
  3. Gravity Falls
  4. The Baby-Sitters Club
  5. Bluey


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