What to Watch Weekly


Fourth Estate/Billy Ferguson


Jason Bateman’s next-level acting skills are on display in this drama-filled series that has brought viewers to the edge of their seats for three seasons. This show could be Breaking Bad 2.0 and is 100 percent worth the watch. Available on Netflix.

“Little Fires Everywhere”

A show starring Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington — what more could you want? The tension between family ties and betrayal in this show will have you sitting in front of your TV for hours with your jaw on the floor. Available on Hulu.


In honor of Earth Day, this seven-part docuseries deserves to be on your list. Viceland was able to capture the raw truth and importance behind indigenous resistance in North and South America against fossil fuel companies building on sacred land. This is a must watch in my book. Available on Prime Video. 

“My Brilliant Friend” 

HBO’s first foreign language series came as big news for me and the rest of the media world. The level of emotion and heartbreak poured into this powerful story about post-war Italy during the 1950s is worth watching. Available on HBO and HBO GO.

“Be Our Chef” 

In the style of “MasterChef,” “The Great British Baking Show” and many others, watch as different families from different backgrounds compete to make dishes together. I love watching family-friendly shows like this because they do a great job displaying how people express creativity through cooking. Available on Disney Plus.