10 latest TV shows to binge-watch this weekend
It’s time to move on from binge-watching Gilmore Girls every other day. There are so many new and exciting TV shows that have great plots, thrilling twists, and amazing characters that will keep you glued to the screen. However, with so many options, there is bound to be some confusion about which one to pick first. We’ve made it easier for you—here are some shows that have taken 2021 by storm so far:
If you enjoyed Bridgerton, then this series should be on your list. Starring Hailee Steinfeld as a teenager with drastic mood swings, the show portrays events that shaped the life of Emily Dickinson, one of the world’s greatest poets, and her struggle with fame.
It’s a Sin
This mini series revolves around the lives of three young men who become flatmates in London. They soon contract the AIDS virus, and the story portrays how their lives change drastically because of it. This show is created by Russell T Davies, who is popularly known for his work in Doctor Who.
Starring Omar Sy as Assane Diop, Lupin is a story of a con artist who wishes to avenge his father’s death. The show is full of disguises, clever moves, and unexpected twists. There is hardly any repetition, and it is especially gripping for those who like thrill.
Fans of Karate Kid will love this series. With a 93 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, this comic TV show is an extended version of the movie and is packed with wit and humor. This series is a sequel to the Karate Kid films, and its third season was released in January 2021.
All Creatures Great and Small
This show is based on a book series about a Yorkshire vet. A period drama, it has everything—from picturesque scenery and interesting characters to humor. It is a soothing TV show that can make for a great to watch after a hectic day at work.
The Lady and the Dale
This four-episode docuseries is based on the life of Elizabeth Carmichael, the founder of the Twentieth Century Motor Car Corporation, who created a car named the “Dale”. The drama is a blend of outspoken interviews, animation, politics, and fraud.
Resident Alien is one of those shows that take a while to sink in. But once it does, it will have you hooked. It features Alan Tudyk as an alien who accidentally lands on Earth and lives in a town, disguising as a doctor.
Based on two powerful Marvel characters, Wanda and Vision lead a sweet and blissful life in a peaceful American town. However, this story is not all hearts and roses. The plot gradually turns into a dark tale with a side of grief, chaos, and action. This show is the first series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s (MCU) Phase Four.
Allen v. Farrow
This series is based on the sexual abuse allegations made on Woody Allen by his daughter Dylan Farrow. Allen v. Farrow is not a sugar-coated drama, but an investigative docuseries that will give you insights into the celebrated actor and filmmaker’s personal life.
Based on the real-life experiences of Dwayne Johnson, Young Rock is a tale of his childhood, his experiences as a wrestling star, and his eventual rise to fame. There is a certain simplicity in the way his past has been portrayed, making you want to watch more.