What to Stream This Weekend
The content pile is vast and infinite, and you've got the whole weekend to decide

The content pile is vast and infinite, and you've got the whole weekend to decide how you want to slice it. We're in the midst of the ever-intensifying streaming wars, and there are too many shows and movies to choose from, spread across too many video-streaming services. So we're making it easier for you. Each week, the PCMag features team takes turns highlighting the streaming content they're excited to watch or think you should binge. Fire up your media-streaming device of choice, and get watching.

Based on the comic book, this show has a real Stranger Things vibe (but the comic came first!). It's all about a group of girls delivering, you guess it, newspapers. Except not really. They get sucked through time to the future, where they have to team up with at least one of their adult selves before things really start to unravel, universally.

After a long two-year wait, the best adults-only super-hero cartoon (this side of The Boys Presents: Diabolical) is back with Kaley “The Big Bang Theory” Cuoco still voicing the Joker’s ex. She's now madly in love with Poison Ivy (Lake Bell). Until Ivy goes a little too nuts, even for Harley.

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the writer behind Riverdale, brings this reboot/spinoff to the original show (which ended in 2017) to life. It's a whole new set of liars, but they’re just as angsty and beautiful, we promise. HBO Max already dropped the first episodes on Thursday.

It's a show based on some movies that were musicals, and the show is a musical, and it's a series! Or something like that. There’s some Disney synergy here involving putting on a musical version of Frozen at summer camp. I just know it doesn’t have any Zac Efron, and barely has any Olivia Rodrigo anymore.

Zoey Deutch continues churning out streaming romantic comedies, and eventually, people will remember her as the Meg Ryan of her day, right? In Not Okay she plays an ignored website staffer who pretends—through the power of social media—to be overseas living a glorious life. But then has to pretend she survived a terror attack and that makes her famous. A famous liar, that is.

Kevin Bacon returns as the now-former FBI agent, who’s hoping to keep his secrets buried as he takes on a new security gig. But that’s not gonna happen.

The magic behind the scenes of the movies of George Lucas (and beyond) is featured here in a documentary about Industrial Light & Magic, the top special effects makers, maybe ever. Read all about it in our story on Industrial Light & Magic's 5 Greatest Technological Breakthroughs.

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