Summer is right around the corner, which means new shows and familiar movies are getting a second wind on Paramount+ and Disney+. From reality TV drag competitions to highly anticipated new releases star wars content, here are five watches guaranteed to entertain and excite this weekend.
RuPaul’s Drag Race Displays Fierce Competition
No one has defined the performance and drama side of reality TV like RuPaul’s Drag Raceand now the iconic show is back on Paramount+ with All of RuPaul’s Drag Race Stars Season 7. What Defines The all stars Outside of other seasons, not only is the cast made up of past winners, but also, for the first time, there will be no eliminations throughout the season. Instead, the queens will compete each week, earning Legendary Legendary Stars that will be counted in the final episode.
Obi-Wan Kenobi is a must-have for Star Wars fans
The star wars the franchise has moved to a smaller screen, using shows like The Mandalorian and Boba Fett’s Book to extend the lore of one of the most popular storylines in history. Now the Obi Wan Kenobi The series is coming to Disney+, and it looks to be one of the best additions yet. With the return of star wars legends like Hayden Christensen as Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader and, of course, Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan Kenobi, the series pays homage to the source material while fleshing out the unanswered questions. Following the Jedi as he faces the fallout of his apprentice turning to the dark side, Obi Wan Kenobi the first two episodes will premiere on Disney+ on May 27.
Scary Movie sheds light on the parody genre
The horror genre has plenty of cult classics, but the perhaps lesser-known horror parody genre has a crowning glory in the form of horror movie. Now streaming on Paramount+, horror movie features slapstick comedy, horror genre critiques, and over-the-top performances that will make any viewer laugh. Parodying iconic horror movies like Scream and The Blair Witch Project, Scary Movie takes the absurdity to the next level by poking fun at everything that made its inspirations famous. With the return of Ghostface as an awkward stoner and Anna Faris as a parody of the one-dimensional female lead, horror movie is a timeless delight for adult audiences.
We Feed People is an inspiration for philanthropy
From the mind of National Geographic and director Ron Howard comes a Disney+ documentary that is perhaps more relevant today than at any time in recent memory, appropriately titled We feed people. By following world-class chef and humanitarian José Andrés as he delivers food to communities affected by natural disasters, We feed people highlights the work of the non-profit organization World Central Kitchen which fights to eradicate hunger in the world. Thought-provoking and inspiring, the documentary reminds people of the necessities of life that are often taken for granted and encourages them to lend a helping hand to others.
There’s nothing quite like teen movies, and Free from all ties is perhaps the best example. Now available on Paramount+, the film encourages teens to break the status quo and forge their own path. Centered on a conservative rural town with strict rules against school dances, staying out late and having fun in general, newcomer Ren MacCormack tries everything to bring his peers, including town girl Reverend Ariel Moore, to relax and express themselves freely. With iconic dance numbers and a plethora of 80s nostalgia, Free from all ties is not a sleeping entrance.
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