What to watch this weekend: 25th-27th June 2021

Bosch Season 7 Amazon Prime trailer

There isn’t a huge amount of choice when it comes to new releases this weekend, but I’ve picked out some of the weekend’s highlights including a Disney original series starring Tony Hale, as well as the final season of Amazon’s longest running original drama.

Too Hot to Handle: Season 2

Too Hot to Handle is Netflix’s dating game show series, whereby a group of single contestants are left on an island and must refrain from having any sexual contact for four weeks to potentially win a prize of $100,000. Personally, this is not the kind of show which I would watch, however I appreciate that it has a huge fanbase. Final episodes arrive on 30th June. 

Where to watch: Netflix (available to stream now)


Pride is a six-part documentary series revolving around LGBT rights in the United States. Each of the series’ 6 episodes look at LGBT rights decade-by-decade, from the 1950s all the way through to the 2000s. The series features interviews and footage from LGBTQ+ pioneers, including Christine Jorgensen, Flawless Sabrina, Ceyenne Doroshow and many others.

Where to watch: Disney+ (available to stream 25th June)

The Mysterious Benedict Society

The Mysterious Benedict Society is a Disney+ original series based on the young adult book series by Trenton Lee Stewart. The series follows four orphans, each possessing a unique skill, who are summoned to a boarding school by an eccentric benefactor who wants them to stop a plot that could have global consequences. The series stars Tony Hale, Kristen Schaal and Ryan Hurst.

Where to watch: Disney+ (available to stream 25th June)

Bosch: Season 7

Bosch is Amazon’s longest-running original drama series and its seventh and final season is set to premiere tomorrow. The series is an American police crime drama which stars Titus Welliver as Los Angeles Police detective Harry Bosch. The series has had some fantastic rave reviews and its final season looks to be as climactic as ever.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video (available to stream 25th June)

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

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