Spending the weekend indoors and not outside celebrating Star Wars Day? TV Guide editor Krutika Mallikarjuna has a few suggestions. Here's what you should stream this weekend.
It's the season of the athletes! MLB great Johnny Damon, NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and figure skaters Adam Rippon, Mirai Nagasu and Tonya Harding are among those competing for that coveted Mirrorball trophy. The new, shortened season began Monday, May 30 but can be streamed through ABC's app. Plus, you can catch each episode the next day on Hulu.
The comedian takes the stage at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City to relay stories from his childhood and days as a writer on Saturday Night Live. The funnyman will also tackle other topics such as the cost of college and getting older. His special arrives Tuesday, May 1 on Netflix.
3. Being Serena
This five-part docu-series chronicles the tennis icon's life during a pivotal time in both her professional and personal life. Follow her journey through an unexpected pregnancy, difficult labor, marriage, steep learning curve as a new mother and triumphant return to the sport. The series premieres Wednesday, May 2 at 10/9c on HBO. You can also stream it through the network's app HBO Now.
Season 2 heads into deeper and darker territory as Samantha (Logan Browning) continues to face the backlash from white students offended by her honest commentary on her experiences as a black student at a predominately white ivy league school. The new season finds her on the receiving end of some visceral tweets and will explore a conspiracy to oppress the campus' black students. Season 2 heads to Netflix on Friday, May 4.
5. A Little Help From Carol Burnett
The legendary comedian steps into talk show territory with a fresh new web series. She enlists children between the ages of four and eight to dish out advice to celebrities and regular people in front of a live audience. Season 1, which consists of 12 half-hour episodes, heads to Netflix on Friday, May 4.
6. The Rain
The 100 fans will probably enjoy this Danish thriller about siblings who come out of hiding six years after a virus transmitted through rain wiped out most of Scandanavia's population. They'll team up with a group of survivors and embark on a dangerous journey to find any signs of life in the barren land. This exciting new Netflix series arrives Friday, May 4.
Two Mexican-American sisters who couldn't be more different return to their old digs in East Los Angeles for their mother's funeral. When they learn a shocking secret about their mother, the siblings are forced to confront things in themselves they'd previously tried to ignore. Season 1, which consists of six half-hour episodes, premieres Sunday, May 6 on Starz. You can also stream it through the network's app.