Spending the weekend indoors and not sure what to watch? TV Guide's Editor-in-Chief Mickey O'Connor has a few suggestions. Here's what you should stream this weekend.
1. Here and Now
Holly Hunter and Tim Robbins star in this mysterious drama as the parents of one biological daughter and three adoptive children from Vietnam, Liberia and Colombia. The series takes on a supernatural element involving an Iranian family and the numbers 11:11. If you missed the series premiere on Sunday, Feb. 11 at 9/8c on HBO, you can catch it and future episodes streaming on HBO Go.
This spin-off of the popular reality series brings former contestants of different Bachelor editions from around the world together to compete in winter sports. An alternative to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, participants will also have an opportunity to find true love. While the series premiered Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 8/7c on ABC, you can stream it now through the network's app.
3. This Close
Created by and starring deaf actors Shoshannah Stern and Josh Feldman, this dramedy centers on a talent agent and a writer as they take on the everyday struggles that come with being deaf in a comedic way. The charming series also stars Cheryl Hines, Zach Gilford and Marlee Matlin. It's currently available to stream on Sundance Now.
Set in Boring, Oregon in 1992, this look of teen culture centers follows the A/V club and the drama club who team up to make a movie — though not everyone will get along. Drawing strong parallels to Freaks and Geeks, this coming-of-age story boasts a great soundtrack made up of Blind Melon, Alanis Morisette and The Cranberries. It arrives on Netflix Friday, Feb. 16.
This Golden Globe-winning comedy offers a behind-the-scenes look at the world of classical music performance. This season, the gang heads to Tokyo for a conductor competition. The series stars Gael García Bernal, Lola Kirke, Malcolm McDowell and Bernadette Peters. Stream it on Amazon starting Friday, Feb. 16.
The Soup lives on in this weekly talk show offering a clip-driven look at pop culture with commentary comedian Joel McHale. The series streams Sundays on Netflix.