What to watch this weekend on Netflix, HBO Max and Amazon Prime Video

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If you are wondering, like every weekend, what to watch today, Friday, tomorrow or even on Sunday to distract yourself, know that we are here to give you the solution. These are our recommendations taking into account the premieres that have taken place these days in Netflix, HBO Max and Amazon Prime Video.

What to watch on Netflix

Inside the big red N we are going to stay with the premiere of The worst roommate imaginable. It is a documentary made up of four stories about seemingly normal and harmless roommates who end up becoming real nightmares for their victims.

It goes without saying that they are all stories based on real events, which makes everything that you will see in the four installments already available on the content platform much more horrifying. The critics, by the way, have received the proposal directed by Domini Hofmann in a very positive way. Do not miss it.

What to watch on HBO Max

We assume you have been following the fantastic second season of euphoria So, if you haven’t seen its final episode yet, number 8, you should stop reading this and head over to enjoy it thanks to your HBO Max subscription.

If you’ve already done your homework on young Rue, then you can give Gaming Wall Streeta documentary that narrates what happened with GameStop and its actions in January 2021 -remember that the reddit forum was involved in the whole soap opera.

Narrated by Kieran Culkin (Roman Roy in Succession)premiered yesterday on the content platform and has two episodes in which you can see everything what moves on Wall Street. There we leave it.

What to watch on Amazon Prime Video

How could it be otherwise, our bet goes to Star Trek: Picard S2. The second season takes the legendary Jean-Luc Picard and his crew on a “new, intrepid and exciting journey”: the past.

Picard will find it necessary to recruit friends both old and new to face the perils of 21st century Earth in a suffocating race against time to save the future of the galaxy, while also facing the ultimate test of one of the his greatest enemies.

The reviews have been good with this second season and although it hasn’t convinced everyone, a large majority is satisfied with how the plot unfolds in this second season. It was released today on the Amazon platform so you have it fresher than ever.

If the galactic stuff doesn’t suit you, we remind you that for a few days now you can also see Operation Black Tide, a series inspired by the true story of the first narco-submarine intercepted in Europe, a handmade semi-submersible that crosses the Atlantic Ocean with three tons of cocaine inside. Inside are three men who survive all kinds of difficulties, led by Nando, a young Galician (Spanish amateur boxing champion and expert sailor) whose needs have forced him to get involved in such a mission.