’13 Reasons Why’ and other shows to watch this weekend

Last season’s cliffhanger finale sets the stage for more drama. The show has already been renewed for a fourth season, however, it will also be the last. “13 Reasons Why” is streaming now on Netflix.
If teenage angst isn’t your idea of weekend escape, check out some of these other options below.

“This Way Up”

Taking a binge day? Watch “This Way Up,” which premiered on Hulu on August 21. A hit in the UK, the comedy was created by Aisling Bea, an Irish actress and comedian. She plays Aine, a woman we see being released from a rehab facility after a nervous breakdown. If you liked “Catastrophe” on Amazon you’ll dig this show. Plus, the sister who picks her up from rehab is played by Sharon Horgan.

“The Affair”

Don’t give up on “The Affair.” Season 5 of the Showtime series returns Sunday. The Season 4 finale saw Cole, played by Joshua Jackson, and his daughter, Joanie, driving off into the sunset after the shocking death of his ex-wife Alison, played by Ruth Wilson. Maura Tierney is still in Los Angeles, and now dating a movie star, while Dominic West hints he wants her back.

“On Becoming a God in Central Florida”

New show alert. “On Becoming a God in Central Florida” stars Kirsten Dunst as we’ve never seen her before. The show premieres on Showtime at 10 P.M. and features Dunst as Krystal Stubbs, an Orlando waterpark employee and suburban mom whose husband, played by Alexander Skarsgård, is involved in a major money scheme.
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MTV Video Music Awards are Monday night. Shawn Mendes and Camilla Cabello are among the slated performers, as are Lizzo, Lil Nas X, and Taylor Swift, who is set to open the show.
See the full list of nominees here.

Source : Cnn