As the weekdays get over and the weekend comes closer, the need to relax and watch something just increases every time. While we all sit with our favorite food ready in front of the screen, struggling to understand what to watch, there’s this need for someone to tell us what to watch.

That’s where we come in to help you. Here’s a list of shows and movies that you can watch this weekend!

XO, Kitty

New content for the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before cinematic universe now has a 10-episode series centered on Kitty Song Covey (Anna Cathcart), the younger sister with a knack for matchmaking who gently nudges Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky together.

She now departs for Seoul, South Korea, on her own love voyage. Kitty relocates there to enroll in the same university as her distant boyfriend Dae (Minyeong Choi), but she quickly discovers that relationships are more difficult when you’re the one involved. She also learns that this stage of her life is as much about finding her origins as it is about finding love.

You can stream it on Netflix.

High Desert

In High Desert, Patricia Arquette’s portrayal of the lead character in this noirish comedy reminds one of the Marie Kondo “I love mess” meme. A drug addict in recovery, Peggy’s life is absolute turmoil on good days and a skip fire on bad. She’s barely getting by in her dusty California hometown as a barmaid in an Old West theme park after the passing of her mother and the imprisonment of her ex-husband (Matt Dillon).

Peggy must find a means to increase her income because her siblings (Keir O’Donnell and Christine Taylor) want to sell their mother’s house. She chooses to use her street smarts to solve bizarre local cases after running into the private eye of Bruce Harvey (Brad Garrett).

Stream it now on Apple TV+.

White Men Can’t Jump

Even when no one asked for them, remakes are still popular today. This contemporary version of the legendary 1992 movie, which starred Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson as streetball hustlers, unquestionably demonstrates that. Rapper Jack Harlow and Sinqua Walls are now filling their shoes.

A former high school basketball phenom named Kamal (Walls) had a bright career cut short for reasons that are revealed through flashbacks. Former rising star Jeremy (Harlow), who blew out a knee, is now a con artist. They decide to join forces in a competition with a large cash prize when Jeremy surprises Kamal by defeating him one-on-one.

Currently available on Hulu.

Selling Sunset Season 6

With a fresh season of interpersonal turmoil and tours of jaw-dropping Hollywood houses, the addictive, can’t-stop-watching combination of squabbling rivals and opulent real estate show is back. With Christell Stause starting an unexpected relationship with non-binary musician G-Flip, love is in the air once more. The former Jason Oppenheimer also has a new significant other.

Jason hands Mary Fitzgerald the keys to his kingdom as he departs on vacation to Europe. The office is still bubbling with drama even without villain Christine Quinn. Bre Tiesi and Nicole Young, two fresh faces, are added to the ensemble to compete with the other agents for clients and profits.

Watch it right now on Netflix.

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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

With the release of the badly received third installment in the Ant-Man trilogy, Marvel fatigue reached an all-time high. However, marking the beginning of the MCU’s Phase Five, it establishes the stakes and the Big Bad that will drive the following six motion pictures and seven television programs.

Evangeline Lilly and Paul Rudd reprise their roles as Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne, the superhero who was once a small-time criminal. Hope’s parents Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) and Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) are also drawn into the subatomic dimension when Cassie Lang, Scott’s daughter (Kathryn Newton), builds a gadget that interacts with the quantum realm.

Currently playing on Disney +.

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

A decent Dungeons & Dragons film? Possibly the biggest surprise of the year, if not the decade. Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean Page, and Hugh Grant are among the cast members of the fantasy adventure/comedy, which features a rousing heist plot with lots of swashbuckling action, clever humor, and real heart.

The terrible Red Wizards murder the wife of former Harper Edgin Darvis (Pine). He needs the Tablet of Reawakening in order to revive her. Sadly, he is incarcerated with his companion, the savage Holga (Rodriguez). They must make their way out, save Edgin’s daughter, uncover some more artifacts, form useful alliances, and locate the tablet before it’s too late to finish the campaign.

Currently playing on Paramount Plus.


At this moment, Michael Jordan’s sneaker brand is almost as well-known as his basketball legacy. The movie follows the Nike employee who made a deal with Jordan and forever altered the sports footwear industry in the historical drama film Air.

Basketball rookie Michael Jordan is the target of Sonny Vaccaro and Nike, who team up to transform both sports and popular culture. The cast includes Viola Davis, Marlon Wayans, Ben Affleck, Jason Bateman, and Matt Damon.

Now available to watch on Prime Video.

Now go on, and watch out for the best show or movie that suits you before the weekend gets over!