My TV watching plans this weekend involves going back to watch Legion. I watched the first episode of this when it debuted a few years back, but got distracted and never finished it. Visually, it was inventive and an absolute delight. Legion’s third and final season debuted this week. Now is the time to catch up and see this show through to its end.
Regular ABW reader Michael Meloni asked me the other day about the final season return of Mr Robot - it’s expected back late this year (I’m guessing early Dec). Now is absolutely the time to go back and rewatch this incredible show. Or start it if you let it get past you.
But mostly I’m just looking forward to the next episode of Big Little Lies - I don’t know what did it, but the most recent episode flipped a switch for me and I’m not into it DEEP.
I haven’t seen it yet, but the very funny Claudia O’Doherty stars in a series that has launched on YouTube and Australia’s ABC iView that has sparked a lot of chatter. Make sure you press play on Sarah’s Channel over the weekend.
NEW & RETURNING
These are the notable new and returning shows that aired this week - meaning you can go right ahead and stream them now…
Legion (s3), Final Space (s2), Dark (s2)
Sarah’s Channel - ABC iView / YouTube (Australia)
Stars: Claudia O'Doherty
Online Beauty Vlogger Sarah knows how to create that perfect smoky eye and won't let anything - including a global catastrophe - stand in the way of uploading her makeover videos.
The Chosen One - Netflix (Brazil)
Determined to bring a Zika vaccine to the remote Pantanal, three doctors clash with a faith healer and are pulled deeper into the mysteries of his cult.
Family Business - Netflix (France)
After learning France is about to legalize pot, a down-on-his-luck entrepreneur and his family race to turn their butcher shop into a marijuana café.
London Kills - BBC (UK)
A cruelly displayed corpse leads the detective quartet to questionable decisions and concern over a deeper mystery. First in a week of intense cases for a Met Police murder squad.
[ Watch Now - BBC ]