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TGIF, all. I'm sure you probably have big plans for the weekend, but if these plans include the couch, comfortable pants and your remote, here are a few shows and movies you might want to address.
Every week The PCMag feature team will take turns highlighting the streaming content they like to see or think you should binge. Feel free to leave your suggestions in the comments.
Bobby Axelrod returns this weekend with a new ally and a burning desire to destroy Taylor Mason. Find out about the Showtime app before the fourth season of Billions on Sunday, March 17, at 9:00 pm. ET / PT.
High Maintenance (HBO)
If you are outlying in the damn world of hedge funds and New York politics, relax with HBO's High Maintenance . The series, now in its third season, features charming vignettes from New Yorkers trying to get by with the help of a loveable weed merchant known only as The Guy. In some episodes he is the focus, in others he floats in the stories that unfold on screen. Take a look at the show from the beginning, jump into season three, or just do something.
In typical Hollywood production, fat characters are desperately trying to lose weight to win the man. fit into this dress or otherwise form a tiny vision of perfection deemed acceptable by magazines, fashion designers and society. Shrill is not this story. The Hulu adaptation of writer Lindy West's best-selling memoirs follows this series that follows Annie ( SNL's Aidy Bryant) as she tries to change her life – but not her body. The world premiere will take place on 15 March.
The middle school is the worst, no matter when you visited. But for Anna and Maya, that's the year 2000, and the inseparable duo is super excited for the seventh grade . Unfortunately, Maya's bowl cut and Anna's awkwardness do not please them, but their pain is our terrible comedy gold.
The show is for adults who are nostalgic for the 90s. Maya and Anna are actually played by actresses in her thirties – PEN15 the makers Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle – while her classmates are played by actresses. It's a weird setup, but it works and allows some hijinks that would be inappropriate for younger actors. Take a look at the first episode of 10 episodes in Hulu.
Queer Eye Season 3 (Netflix)
You know who would never shame Maya or Anna? The Fab Five The boys of Queer Eye return for a third season today to bring love and style to a new group of people who need a small TV channel.
Catastrophe Season 4 (Amazon Video)
] Four seasons in and Sharon and Rob are still together and go through the usual ups and downs of marriage and children. Enjoy their banter, as this is the final season of Catastrophe .
The Lives of Others (Netflix)
In 1984, Gerd Wiesler, a member of the GDR's secret police, was tasked with eavesdropping on a prominent playwright, Georg Dreyman – because Wiesler's boss has something for Dreyman's girlfriend, a popular actress. The modest Wiesler makes a deal on Dreyman's attic and listens to every word. But how much does he say to his boss? Find out in The Lives of Others which received the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2006 and today appears on Netflix.
Colette (Amazon Video)
Are you working with someone who is taking credit for your work? Then you feel with Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, whose husband Willy hands out her novel series in this late 19th-century drama as his own. She lets it go for a while, but finally has the last laugh. Celebrate the Month of Women's History by watching Colette on Amazon Video.
Killing Eve (Hulu)
If you're a Grays fan who misses Sandra Oh on your TV screen, her grandiose depiction of Eve Polastri, a MI5 officer on the hunt for a cunning one Hitwoman, will certainly be just right. The second season of the BBC America will be aired in April, but you can make up for the first season of Hulu.
Everything that comes to Netflix and Amazon
For more ideas, see Amazon Video and March in Netflix. (Image: Funstock / shutterstock.com)
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