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What to Stream the Weekend of July 13

The Joel McHale Show, Follow This and more!

Keisha Hatchett

Planning to stay indoors to avoid the madness of Friday the 13th and not sure what to binge? TV Guide features editor Krutika Mallikarjuna has a few suggestions. Here's what you should stream this weekend.

Follow This

Follow This


1. Follow This

This compelling docu-series serves up a behind-the-scenes look at BuzzFeed reporters as they piece together some of the internet's wildest and most interesting stories. Season 1 consists of more than 20 15-20-minute episodes, with stories ranging from pressing social issues to viral internet trends. The series is now available to stream on Netflix.

How It Ends

How It Ends

Eric Zachanowich/Netflix

2. How It Ends

Spend your Friday the 13th with this exciting thriller from director David M. Rosenthal (Janie Jones). The story follows a man desperate to get to his pregnant wife in the midst of an apocalypse. It stars Theo James, Forest Whitaker, Kat Graham, and Kerry Bishe, and heads to Netflix on Friday, July 13.

​The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale

Courtesy of Netflix

3.The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale

The comedian returns with all new episodes of his snarky clip show. If you loved The Soup, you'll probably enjoy this series since it's essentially the same thing just under a different name. Catch him in action every Sunday starting on July 15.

Who Is America?

Who Is America?


4. Who Is America?

Little is known about this project from Sacha Baron Cohen but it appears to be another prank show in the same vein as Da Ali G Show. A new teaser featuring former vice president Dick Cheney suggests this latest iteration will be more politically-minded. The show has already stirred up a bit of controversy after Sarah Palin took to social media and claimed that Cohen duped her into a fake interview. See what all the fuss is about when the show premieres Sunday, July 15 at 10/9c on Showtime.