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.

Zoe and Yuki, <em>The Bachelor Winter Games</em>Zoe and Yuki, The Bachelor Winter Games

1. The Bachelor Winter Games

Former contestants of different Bachelor editions from around the world come together to compete in winter sports while also looking for love in this spin-off of the popular franchise. The finale will answer the question of whether or not Clare, who dated several men in the group, is actually engaged. Watch it all go down Thursday, Feb. 22 at 9/8c on ABC. If you miss the broadcast airing, you can also catch it the next day on Hulu or immediately on ABC's app.

Ludacris, <em>Fear Factor</em>Ludacris, Fear Factor

2. Fear Factor

The heart-pumping series will continue to push the boundaries of reality television with bigger and crazier stunts in Season 2 of the revival hosted by rapper Ludacris. The new season will feature those stomach-churning insect challenges as well as shark cages, aerial stunts and so much more. Season 2 arrives Sunday, Feb. 25 at 7/6c on MTV. If you missed it live, you can also watch the premiere on the network's website.

2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea

3. 2018 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremonies

The 2018 Winter Olympics, which took place in Pyeongchang, South Korea, will come to a close with a full program that includes festive Korean music and a hand-off to the 2020 Summer Olympic Games to be held in Beijing, China. The closing ceremonies air Sunday, Feb. 25 at 8/7c on NBC. You can also stream it via the NBC Sports app or on NBCOlympics.com.

Omarosa, <em>Celebrity Big Brother</em>Omarosa, Celebrity Big Brother

4. Big Brother: Celebrity Edition

With just eight people left in the house, it's coming down to the wire for the celebrities on this edition of Big Brother. We're putting our bets on Omarosa making it to the finals. During her entertaining run so far, she's spoken up about her time in the White House, commenting on Trump, Sean Spicer, the Mueller investigation and her controversial exit. Who knows what she'll talk about next. Tune in on Sunday at 8/7c on CBS or catch it streaming on CBS All Access.

Chandler Riggs and Andrew Lincoln, <em>The Walking Dead</em>Chandler Riggs and Andrew Lincoln, The Walking Dead

5. The Walking Dead

The second half of Season 8 will need to answer many questions like where Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his crew will take up residence now that Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) has burned Alexandria to the ground. Speaking of Negan, will they ever get close to actually killing him? The premiere will also have you reaching for the tissues as the show gears up to bid farewell to Carl (Chandler Riggs) who was bitten by a walker in the fall finale. Watch it unfold on Sunday, Feb. 25 at 8/7c on AMC. You can also stream it on the network's app.

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