What To Binge-Watch On TV and Streaming This Weekend | Celebrity Page

You'd think with productions halted due to Covid and the usual summer slowdown in Hollywood, there would be a shortage of new content. Not so. Here's a new list of everything that's debuting this weekend...


Lovecraft Country on HBO

Lovecraft Country is the highly anticipated new series debuting on HBO. Based on the novel by Matt Ruff, it follows 3 African-Americans as they embark on a road trip through 1950's Jim Crow America, dealing with racial terrors along the way.

It is executive produced by Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams and premieres August 16th on HBO.

Ted Lasso on Apple TV+

SNL alum Jason Sudeikis stars in the new comedy: Ted Lasso.

Jason playing an American football coach who head to the UK to try to coach a soccer team.

It's streaming now on Apple TV+.

World's Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji on Amazon Prime Video

What happens when you team up Bear Grylls with the creators of Survivor? You get: The World's Toughest Race.

Watch as competitors travels across the globe, trying to win challenges. It's streaming now on Amazon Prime Video.

Teenage Bounty Hunters on Netflix

The new, teen, dramedy series is streaming now. Check out our new interviews with the 2 stars.

Love It Or List It on HGTV

Hillary and David are back! The Love It or List It duo returning for a new season on HGTV. Look for new episode every Monday.

Weird But True on Disney+

The popular educational show for kids, from National Geographic, has now found a new home on Disney+. New episodes are streaming now.

The Great Heist  on Netflix

In 1994, a team of thieves plans an ambitious heist to steal millions from Colombia's Bank of the Republic. The neew series, inspired by true events, is streaming now.

The Goes Wrong Show on Amazon Prime Video

The BBC hit comedy is now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.

Darcey & Stacey on TLC

The 90 Day Fiancé standouts, now have their own show! It premieres August 16th on TLC.

On The Record on HBO Max YouTube

HBO Max is making this feature-length documentary available to watch, now, for free (see above video). It chronicles the sexual assault allegations against media mogul, Russell Simmons.

Lucille Ball Virtual Comedy Festival Online

National Comedy Center Anywhere

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The festival will be taking place virtually this year, featuring conversations with an amazing lineup of artists, starting Friday, August 14, 2020 and streaming over three weekends throughout August.

This year the festival will feature conversations with over 30 artists from stand-up theater, TV and film, such as Jimmy Fallon, Lin-Manuel Miranda, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Tiffany Haddish, Jay Leno, Kenan Thompson, Howie Mandel, Aidy Bryant, Margaret Cho, Roy Wood Jr. and more. Plus National Comedy Center advisory board member Carl Reiner.

3% on Netflix

In a future where the elite inhabit an island paradise far from the crowded slums, you get one chance to join the 3% saved from squalor. Season 4 is streaming now.

Fearless on Netflix

A teen gamer is forced to level up to full-time babysitter when his favorite video game drops three superpowered infants from space into his backyard. Yara Shahidi and Miles Robbins star in this new movie for kids. It's streaming now.

The Circus on Showtime

This year's presidential race certainly feels like a circus. Now the political team from Showtime is back to chronicle it all, as we head towards the crucial election.

Making History on BET

BET Airs Special On VP Candidate Kamala Harris

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Learn more about the new candidate for Vice President Kamala Harris. The show premieres Sunday August 16 7/6c on BET.

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