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What to Stream the Weekend of June 29

GLOW, A Very English Sandal and more!

Keisha Hatchett

Spending the weekend indoors and not sure what to watch? TV Guide editor Krutika Mallikarjuna has a few suggestions. Here's what you should stream this weekend.




1. Believer

Director Don Argott teams up with Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds to investigate the rising suicide rates for Utah teens and how that might be related to the Mormon Church's treatment of its LGBTQ members. The doc also features a look at the LoveLoud Festival which Reynolds, who is Mormon, launched with ex-Mormon and Neon Trees lead singer Tyler Glenn. The film premiered Monday but you can stream it now on HBO Go.

W. Kamau Bell, Private School Negro

W. Kamau Bell, Private School Negro

KC Bailey/Netflix

2. W. Kamau Bell: Private School Negro

In this honest and hilarious special for Netflix, the stand-up comic tackles a variety of relevant topics including parenting in the Trump Era, free speech conundrums, woke children's television and his fear of going off the grid. The special premiered Tuesday but you can stream it now on Netflix.



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In Season 2, the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling will have to deal with the good and the bad that comes with fame now that they're local celebrities. But filming a season of high-impact television won't be easy, especially with lingering personal issues threatening their daily lives, such as Sam (Marc Maron) living with his teenage daughter for the first time and Debbie (Betty Gilpin) trying to rebuild amid a painful divorce. Watch them juggle with drama both in front of the camera and behind the scenes when the new season arrives Friday, June 29 on Netflix.

A Very English Scandal

A Very English Scandal

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4. A Very English Scandal

This salacious limited series is based on the '70s scandal in which Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe was charged with conspiracy to commit murder. He was accused of trying to kill a man with whom he had an affair and the incident shook the country to its core. This three-part series stars British heavyweights Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw and features a script from Doctor Who's Russell T Davies. After premiering first in the U.K. back in May, the series makes its American debut Friday, June 29 on Amazon Prime.