TV Binging for The Weekend

Got some time to binge a couple of TV shows this weekend? We got you covered! Here is a list of some 5 different shows and films to choose, and enjoy.


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Prepare the popcorn, here it goes!

TV Binging for The Weekend

Good on Paper (Netflix)


After years of putting her career ahead of love, stand-up comic Andrea Singer has stumbled upon the perfect guy. On paper, he checks all the boxes but is he everything he appears to be?

Dom (Amazon Prime)


Dom tells the story of Pedro, a handsome boy from Rio de Janeiro’s middle class who is introduced to cocaine in his teen years, putting him on the path to becoming the leader of a criminal gang that dominated the tabloids in Rio in the early 2000s: Pedro Dom. Shifting between action, adventure and drama, Dom also follows Pedro’s father Victor Dantas, who as a teenager, makes a discovery at the bottom of the sea, reports it to the authorities and ends up joining the police intelligence service. The series shows the journey of father and son living opposite lives, often mirroring and complementing each other, while both confront situations which blur the lines between right and wrong.



This is Pop (Netflix)


How do you define pop music? Is it a sound, a style, or a cultural moment? Introducing This Is Pop, an exploration into 70 years of pop music, from its many disputed origins to its coming of age as a global cultural behemoth. 8 unique documentary films that reveal why we're hooked on pop.

Dirty John: The Betty Broderick (Netflix)


Dirty John: The Betty Broderick story is out now on Netflix. Wondering what parts of the show are true/real and which were made up for TV? We've got you covered, with the most searched for questioned answered, plus real photos and videos from the case.

Taste the Nation With Padma Lakshmi (Hulu)


In Taste the Nation, award winning cookbook author, host and executive producer Padma Lakshmi, takes audiences on a journey across America, exploring the rich and diverse food culture of various immigrant groups, seeking out the people who have so heavily shaped what American food is today. From indigenous communities to recent immigrant arrivals, Padma breaks bread with Americans across the nation to uncover the roots and relationship between our food, our humanity and our history - ultimately revealing stories that challenge notions of identity, belonging, and what it means to be American.







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