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Here's the new things you can watch this weekend!


Saturday's Premieres

Don't miss Colin Kaepernick Vs the World, which delves into the NFL quarterback's journey in becoming a civil rights activist, only on Snapchat.


But if you prefer watching something funny and animated, then Devil May Care is what you need to watch. Tune in for the premiere at midnight on SYFY.

If you want to dive into the lives of one of the greatest artists of all time, then Whitney Houston & Bobbi Kristina: Didn't We Almost Have It All, is what you're looking for. It airs at 8 p.m. on Lifetime.

If you liked the 2011 version, you'll love the new 2020-2021 one. Life in a Day, only on Youtube.

A romantic comedy with shocking twists perfectly ends our Saturday's Listing. Beverly Hills Wedding premieres on Hallmark Channel.

Sunday's Premieres

Right after Super Bowl, Queen Latifa is ready to navigate the justice system The Equalizer, a new drama that premieres at 10pm on CBS.

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In times of a pandemic, maybe an adventure in a wildlife is what your heart truly desires. Check on Crikey! It's the Irwins streaming on Discovery+

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Let's end our weekend listing with Black Lives Matter: A Global Reckoning which delves into the events that led to confront racism in the US and in other countries at 11am on Vice.

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