Thanksgiving is officially over, but as we prepare for Christmas, Reelgood brings us the most-watched shows and movies from the weekend.

Hawkeye - Disney+

The most watched TV show was Hawkeye, the new Marvel's series on Disney+ that focuses on former Avenger's Clint Barton. In the show, he must now partner with Kate Bishop to deal with enemies from his past so that he can go back home for Christmas.

You can watch the first two episodes on Disney+ and for more information on the series visit Reelgood's page.

The Wheel Of Time - Prime Video 

Second place we're still in a fantastic world with The Wheel Of Time. The show follows Moiraine, a member of a powerful all-female organization called the Aes Sedai. In the small town of Two Rivers, she begins a dangerous journey with five young villagers... One of them, however, is predicted to be the Dragon Reborn, who will either save or destroy humanity.

You can watch the first four episodes on Prime Video and for more information visit Reelgood's page.

Yellowstone - Paramount Network 

Yellowstone is the third most watched series this weekend. Now that the fourth season's currently on air, the Dutton family's legacy is jeopardized like never before.

You can watch the show on Peacock and Paramount Network and for more information, check out Reelgood's page.

Planes, Trains and Automobiles - Philo 

But the holidays also brought back nostalgia for this humorous classic comedy. Planes, Trains and Automobiles, directed by John Hughes and starring Steve Martin and John Candy, follows various complications of travel during Thanksgiving.

Laughters are guaranteed with this 1987 movie. You can watch it on Philo and for more info, check out Reelgood's page.

Red Notice - Netflix

The all-star Netflix movie Red Notice has also being watched this weekend. The film delves into the world of international crime as an FBI profiler pursues the most wanted art thief.

You can watch the movie on Netflix and check Reelgood's page for more information.

Cowboy Bebop - Netflix 

Another Netflix content that kept viewers glued to the screen this weekend is Cowboy Bebop. Spike, Jet and Faye never go out of style as they trawl the solar system, looking for jobs.

You can watch the series on Netflix and check Reelgood's page for new insights.

tick, tick... BOOM! - Netflix

Based on the autobiographical musical by playwright Jonathan Larson, tick, tick... BOOM! tells the story of an aspiring composer in New York City. As he navigates the complications of his relationship, he wonders if his career choice has been truly appropriate.

The movie's now streaming on Netflix and for more information, you can check the Reelgood's page.

King Richard - HBO Max

But this Thanksgiving weekend viewers have also found ways to remain inspired. Based on the outstanding true story, King Richard follows the journey of a father's journey in raising two of the most talented athletes of all time: Venus and Serena Williams.

King Richard is now available on HBO Max and for more information check the Reelgood's page.

National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation - HBO Max

Another 1989's holiday movie has been watched and re-watched this weekend. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation follows a desire that we've all had at least once in our lives: for everything to be perfect. But the life (and especially the holidays) never go as planned.

The iconic Christmas movie is available for streaming on HBO Max and if you want to know more about it, check the Reelgood's page.

8-Bit Christmas - HBO Max

Finally, a 2021 movie set in the '80s is the last movie of this list. 8-Bit Christmas follows a 10-year-old embarking on a journey to get the greatest video game system for Christmas.

The movie is available on HBO Max and Reelgood's page can provide additional information if you're interested.

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