What to Watch This Weekend on TV and in Theaters

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As the weekend approaches, it’s time to kick back and enjoy some quality entertainment. Whether you’re in the mood for a binge-worthy series or a trip to the theater, there’s something for everyone.

Here’s a roundup of must-watch shows and movies this weekend:

1. Bridgerton (Netflix)
The sensational period drama returns as Penelope faces numerous challenges, including a bounty, a betrayed husband, and an imposter, as she strives for her happily ever after. Get ready for more romance, drama, and intrigue in Regency-era London.

2. Queenie (Hulu)
This new series based on the bestselling novel by Candice Carty-Williams follows Queenie Jenkins, a young Jamaican British woman, as she navigates life, love, and mental health in modern London. It’s a raw and relatable exploration of identity and personal growth.

3. Presumed Innocent (Apple TV)
A gripping legal thriller that explores the complexities of a high-stakes murder trial. Follow Rusty Sabich, a prosecutor accused of murdering his colleague and lover, as he fights to prove his innocence in a labyrinth of deceit and betrayal.

4. The Boys (Prime)
The dark and irreverent superhero series continues to push boundaries with its third season. Watch as the Boys take on corrupt superheroes, exposing their dark secrets and battling the powerful corporation that backs them. Expect intense action and sharp social commentary.

5. House of the Dragon (HBO)
Step back into the world of Westeros with this prequel to Game of Thrones. Set 200 years before the events of the original series, House of the Dragon chronicles the rise and fall of the Targaryen dynasty. Expect epic battles, political intrigue, and dragon-fueled drama.

In Theaters:

6. Inside Out 2
Pixar brings back the beloved characters from Inside Out in a sequel that promises to be both heartwarming and hilarious. Join Riley and her emotions—Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust—as they navigate new challenges and adventures in her teenage years.

7. Bad Boys: Ride or Die
Join Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in the latest action-packed Bad Boys adventure. Surpassing box office expectations last weekend, this high-octane thriller is a must-watch. Catch it in theaters now!


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