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.
In the second installment of this U.K. anthology series, a young black girl named Kiri is kidnapped while in the process of being adopted by a middle-class white family. As the case gains national attention, key adults in her life fall under scrutiny, including her social worker, Miriam, whose judgment gets called into question. Suspicion also falls on her birth family due to their dysfunctional relationships and Kiri's brutally articulate white foster mother. This four-part drama heads to Hulu on Wednesday, April 4.
The gang -- minus Sammi Sweetheart -- is back together! In the first new season of the hit reality series since 2012, the crew heads to Miami Beach for some partying, reminiscing and more fist-pumping. And since they've left the spouses and kids at home, you can expect to see the same wild antics that defined the show during its original run. Catch new episodes starting Thursday, April 5 at 8/7c on MTV. If you miss it live, stream the episode on the network's website.
This unscripted series features souped-up cars, from a 1981 Honda Accord to a Ferrari, racing against one another to see which vehicle is the fastest. Plus, the drivers come from different backgrounds, meaning you might catch a soccer mom going toe-to-toe with a professional racer. This exciting new show arrives on Netflix on Friday, April 6.
Al Pacino stars as Joe Paterno, the legendary Penn State football coach whose decorated career ended in disgrace amid an alleged cover-up of the sexual abuse committed by his deputy Jerry Sandusky. The film also stars Riley Keough as the local reporter who broke the story. Catch it when it premieres Saturday, April 7 at 8/7c on HBO. You can also stream the film through the HBO Now app.
After a 10-year break, the original reality series about home renovation on a budget is back! Most of the core cast is returning for the reboot including host Paige Davis and designers Doug Wilson, Genevieve Gorder, Hildi Santo Tomas, Vern Yip, Frank Bielic and Laurie Smith. Plus, carpenters Ty Pennington and Carter Oosterhouse will also be back. New faces include designers Sabrina Soto, John Gidding and Kahi Lee along with carpenters Brett Tutor and Joanie Sprague. The reboot premieres Saturday, April 7 at 8/7c on TLC. You can also watch on the network's website.
6. Howards End
Based on the novel of the same name by E.M. Forster, this four-part mini-series was adapted by Manchester by the Sea's Kenneth Lonergan and centers around the relationship between the different social classes in Britain at the turn of the 20th century. Previously adapted into a 1992 film starring Anthony Hopkins and Helena Bonham Carter, the new series starsHayley Atwell, Julia Ormond and Tracey Ullman. It premieres Sunday, April 8 at 8/7c on Starz. You can also stream the mini-series through the network's app.
7. Killing Eve
In her first series regular role since Grey's Anatomy, Sandra Oh stars as Eve, an MI5 agent on the trail of a female serial killer played by Jodie Comer. The eight-episode thriller was created by Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge and adapted from the novels by Luke Jennings. Catch it when it arrives Sunday, April 8 at 8/7c on BBC America. You can also stream episodes on BBC America's website or via the network's app.