What a long week it has been! It’s now time to grab our favorite snacks and unwind on the couch in front our the TV. If you’re not sure what to watch or what’s even on TV this weekend, we’ve got a quick list of highlights for you just below.
Now that more people are vaccinated, the pandemic days are fading away. This means production crews are back to work! But with more and more shows on networks and streaming services, it can be a bit overwhelming.
Lucky for you, we’re here to help! We are sharing a list of the biggest debuts, new episodes, and even some movies on streaming for you to watch. So if you’re not sure what to watch, read on. Let’s get right to it, here’s what’s coming to the small screen this weekend.
Please note all the times below are ET.
New shows and movies on TV this weekend
Friday, July 16
CBS: Love Island at 9 p.m.
CW: Charmed at 8 p.m. ET and Dynasty at 9 p.m.
TLC: 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? at 8 p.m.
Saturday, July 17
With nothing to highlight this Saturday, why not catch up on a recently released series or episodes you may have missed? At the bottom of this post, we share some great binge-worthy shows.
Sunday, July 18
CBS: Big Brother at 8 p.m. and Love Island at 9:01 p.m.
CW: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow at 8 p.m. and Wellington Paranormal at 9 p.m.
AMC: A Discovery of Witches at 8 p.m. and Kevin Can F**k Himself at 9 p.m.
Bravo: The Real Housewives of Potomac at 8 p.m.
HBO: The White Lotus at 9 p.m.
Cartoon Network: Rick and Morty at 11 p.m. and Tuca & Bertie at 11:30 p.m.
New shows and movies on streaming this weekend
Netflix: Netflix is releasing its third and final movie in the Fear Street series, Fear Street Part 3 on Friday, July 16. The movie Deep streams on Netflix July 16, as well. And the streaming titan also released Never Have I Ever season 2 earlier in the week — the weekend is a great time to catch up to the new episode.
Apple TV+: Have you been keeping up with what Apple TV+ has premiered recently? Physical and Lisey’s Story are two good shows to watch.
Hulu: On FX on Hulu, you can now stream the first two episodes of American Horror Stories, the spin-off series to American Horror Story.
What will you be watching on TV this weekend? Did we miss a great series or movie headed to the small screen?