What to watch this weekend: 4th-6th June 2021

The Raya and the Last Dragon poster

This weekend there are a host of new releases available across all of your favourite streaming services. I’ve picked out some of this weekend’s highlights including the latest documentary from David Attenborough, as well as one of my favourite Disney movies in recent years.

Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet

Breaking Boundaries is the latest David Attenborough documentary to reach our screens, with Breaking Boundaries exploring how humanity’s actions are threatening the stability of our planet. The documentary examines Earth’s biodiversity collapse and ways in which the crisis can still be averted.

Where to watch: Netflix (available to stream 4th June)

Sweet Tooth

Sweet Tooth is a post-apocalyptic fairy tale based on the DC comic of the same name. The series follows a hybrid deer-boy on an extraordinary adventure across America. The series is produced by Robert Downey Jr and Susan Downey and is narrated by James Brolin. The trailers for Sweet Tooth do look a little strange to say the least, but I’m interested to see how the series turns out. 

Where to watch: Netflix (available to stream 4th June)

Raya and the Last Dragon

Raya and the Last Dragon finally releases to all Disney+ subscribers this weekend, after its initial Premier Access release back in February. Raya and the Last Dragon follows lone warrior Raya as she journeys across the fantasy world of Kumandra and attempts to locate the lands’ last remaining Dragon. I watched Raya and the Last Dragon back when it initially released in February and absolutely loved it! You can check out my review of it here.

Where to watch: Disney+ (available to stream 4th June)

Dom

Dom tells the story of Pedro, a boy from Rio de Janeiro who becomes addicted to drugs and becomes one of the most wanted burglars in Brazil. The series also follows Pedro’s father, a police officer who has fought all his life to curb cocaine trafficking. The premise to the series looks fascinating and what’s more, the series is inspired by a true story! 

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video (available to stream 4th June)

What are you planning on watching this weekend? Let me know in the comments!

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