What to watch this weekend: 17th-19th September 2021

Sex Education Season 3 Netflix

There are a host of new shows and movies available to stream this weekend. From the much anticipated latest season of a hit Netflix show, to a hit musical reimagined in film form, here are some of this weekends highlights.

Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father: the Final Journey

Jack and Michael are back for the fifth and final season of Travels with My Father, this time following their escapades across the UK. I’ve been a big fan of the series since its inception and it’s almost bittersweet that the boys come “home” for the final leg of the show, but nevertheless, season five looks brilliant! As an added bonus, there is an episode at the end of season five in which Jack and Michael sit down and reflect on the entire experience and show.

Where to watch: Netflix (available to stream now)

Sex Education Season 3

The much-anticipated season three of Sex Education arrives to Netflix this weekend! Season three follows Otis and the gang as they embark on another term at Moordale Secondary School. After the dramatic ending to season two, myself and many other fans around the globe are eager to see which direction the show goes in! If you’ve never watched Sex Education before, prepare for some hilarious awkward dilemmas (most revolving around sex)!

Where to watch: Netflix (available to stream 17th September)

SparkShorts: Nona

Nona is the latest SparkShorts short film to become available to watch on Disney+, following the brilliant release of Twenty Something last week. Nona follows a grandmother who’s plans for a special day alone watching her favourite wrestling TV show are upended by an unexpected visit from her granddaughter. Whilst only short in length, SparkShorts are typically huge in character and that certainly looks the case with Nona.

Where to watch: Disney+ (available to stream 17th September)

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Based on the hit musical, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is a biographical coming-of-age musical comedy-drama film following a 16-year-old who overcomes prejudice to follow his dreams of becoming a drag queen. Since the musical first premiered back in 2017, it has received a fantastic reception as well as numerous awards and is now making its way across the globe and onto the big screen. 

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video (available to stream now)

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

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