It’s approaching that time of the week again when you’re preparing to switch off work responsibilities and switch on the latest release as you sit back in front of the fire.
Don’t fret about the possibility of endless scrolling to find the right show to help you unwind with your glass of wine on the couch.
We’ve created a list of 5 things you should definitely watch this weekend, so you don’t have to think about it.
1. Enola Holmes 2
Streaming now on Netflix, Enola Holmes 2 is the sequel to the 2020 film Enola Holmes. Both films are based on books of the same name by author Nancy Springer.
If you’re looking for a funny, yet endearing movie to watch as you kick back on the couch this weekend, Enola Holmes 2 is perfect.
Attempt to solve the mystery as it unfolds, as Enola tries to prove herself as a detective, and this quirky film keeps you guessing.
2. Love Is Blind – Season 3
Love Is Blind, season 3 has been releasing episodes over the past month, and the final episodes of the season are ready to watch now on Netflix.
Who will say I do? And is love really blind?
This is an easy watch over the weekend if you’re into all things romance and drama.
3. See How They Run
If you missed See How They Run in cinemas, you’ll definitely want to take a look at it this weekend. The mystery-comedy is streaming now on Disney+ and stars Irish actress Saoirse Ronan.
The film is sure to give you a few laughs, as the almost ridiculous whodunit murder mystery comes to life on screen.
4. Marvel Studio Legends – Princess Shuri
If you’re interested in the inner workings of the Marvel Universe, head over to Disney+ this weekend and sink your teeth into Marvel Studio Legends’ newest episode, Princess Suri.
The episode focuses on Princess Suri, who was previously seen as the princess of Wakanda, and a forward-thinking inventor with an irreverent sense of humour.
5. The Peripheral
Watch the newest episode of The Peripheral on Amazon Prime. The series features Irish actor Jack Reynor starring alongside Chloe Moretz.
It is set in a future where technology has altered reality, so if you’re a sci-fi lover, this is the series for you.
Words by Rebekah O’Reilly