What to Watch This Weekend: Discover the Top Movies and TV Shows for Your Weekend Entertainment (Jan 12-14)

What to Watch This Weekend: Discover the Top Movies and TV Shows for Your Weekend Entertainment (Jan 12-14)

The entertainment scene in the past year has left us spoiled for choice, but what about 2024? Fear not, as there’s still a plethora of captivating movies and TV shows to indulge in. Let’s delve into a curated selection that promises to make your weekend thoroughly enjoyable.

The 81st Golden Globe Awards: A Glittering Start to the Awards Season

The awards season takes a bold leap with the revamped Golden Globes. Bid farewell to the enigmatic Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and welcome new voters and management, aiming to bring more credibility to the event. Brace yourself for an evening of live TV antics and potential upsets among the nominees. Jo Koy takes the hosting reins for an unforgettable night.

Air Date: Sunday at 8 p.m. ET
Channels: CBS, Paramount+
Discover More: Joy Koy’s recent Netflix standup special

Night Swim: Wyatt Russell Dives into Chilling Horrors

Wyatt Russell leads in this horror flick, aiming to be the standout of the year. While a haunted pool might not match the viral potential of a TikTok-dancing killer doll, Night Swim promises a plunge into aquatic scares with a touch of unintentional humor. Dive into the theatrics and experience the serious conversations about a pool that you never knew you needed.

Now Playing in Theaters

Society of the Snow: A Gripping Tale of Survival

Experience the harrowing dramatization of the 1972 Andes flight disaster in “Society of the Snow.” Stranded passengers battling the elements and resorting to cannibalism for survival create an inspiring true story that puts your Dry January struggles into perspective.

Streaming on Netflix

Read Also: Top Horror Movies 2024: Must-Watch Thrills

Foe: Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal Navigate Futuristic Chaos

Unveil the chaos in this film starring Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal, available for streaming after a late 2023 theater release. Adapted from the novel, “Foe” explores a couple’s life thrown into disarray when a man visits, offering the husband a chance to venture into space. With the option of a robot version to keep her company, chaos ensues, providing a unique twist to futuristic marriage drama.

Streaming on Prime Video

The Brothers Sun: Action-Comedy Unleashes Taiwanese Organized Crime

Join Michelle Yeoh in an action-comedy where a Taiwanese organized-crime family faces off against a gang of assassins. With secrets, contrasting personalities, and a matriarch to protect, “The Brothers Sun” promises an adrenaline-pumping ride.

Streaming on Netflix

Reality Bites: The Golden Bachelor – The Golden Wedding

Explore the spectrum of wedding bliss with “Reality Bites: The Golden Bachelor – The Golden Wedding.” A chill journey awaits you in the [Color] Wedding spectrum, offering a delightful comedy-mystery.

Streaming on Hulu

RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 16: Extended Episodes, Elevated Entertainment

The drag extravaganza returns with season 16, featuring extended 90-minute episodes. Complain no more about the duration, as the show kicks off with a two-episode premiere to introduce 14 new queens.

Airing on Friday at 8 p.m. ET on MTV

Animation Station: Grimsburg

Jon Hamm lends his voice to Marvin Flute in “Grimsburg,” a detective returning to rebuild relationships in the titular town. With echoes of Hamm’s past investigator roles, this animation promises to be worth our while.

Coming Soon

Embrace the weekend with this eclectic mix of entertainment, ensuring your screen time is filled with excitement, laughter, and a touch of drama. Get ready for a binge-worthy experience that’ll leave you eagerly awaiting the next cinematic masterpiece.

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