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.
The sixth and final season takes place in 1987, just as tensions between Gorbachev and the KBG intensify. The Jennings, who were ready to return to Russia, have been knocked off course by a new mission. The question is, will they officially recruit their daughter Paige into the family business or finally get to live the American dream? Watch the final season when it premieres Wednesday, March 28 on FX. If you need to catch up, the first five seasons are available on Amazon Prime.
Taking place in Bristol Cove, the "mermaid capital of the world," this eerie new thriller follows one of those mystical water-borne creatures who makes her way to land — and that's when things get weird. Wielding super strength and an allure that no one can resist, it's unclear why she has descended upon the small coastal town. Her existence also begs the question: Who else is a mermaid? This exciting new series premieres Thursday, March 29 at 8/7c on Freeform. You can also stream it the next day on Hulu.
Based on the best-selling book of the same name, this story follows a trio of brothers dealing with the death of their father, a whimsical inventor who has left them a special book in an effort to pry their minds away from digital screens and into the real world. The how-to guide on childhood sparks the imagination of his youngest son who reconnects with his deceased father through the book, learning important life skills along the way. This heartfelt new series heads to Amazon on Friday, March 30.
Violet (Malina Weissman), Klaus (Louis Hynes) and baby Sunny will continue to endure Count Olaf's (Neil Patrick Harris) elaborate schemes to steal their fortune in Season 2 of this dark comedy. The new season will also feature some fresh new faces including Nathan Fillion, Tony Hale, Lucy Punch and Sara Rue. Catch Season 2 when it premieres Friday, March 30 on Netflix.
Featuring interviews with the people who know him, this four-part British docu-series follows Trump's professional life from his real estate dealings in the '70s to his casinos in the '80s to his tabloid scandal in the '90s and to his venture into television and politics in the '00s. Trump: An American Dream also heads to Netflix on Friday, March 30.
This rock opera from Broadway legend Andrew Lloyd Webber chronicles the life and death of Jesus Christ. Broadcast live from the Brooklyn Armory, this musical spectacle stars Grammy winner John Legend in the titular role, acclaimed musician Sara Bareilles as Mary Magdalene and rock royalty Alice Cooper as King Herod. It premieres Sunday, April 1 at 8/7c on NBC. You can also stream it through the network's app or the next day on Hulu.