The holidays are approaching pretty quickly and we are barely keeping up here at Appleosophy. The good news is that we know exactly what you should be watching this weekend.
- Doctor Who: Saturday, November 23, is Doctor Who Day in the Whovian world. The show premiered back on that day in 1963. Seasons 1-10 of Doctor Who can be streamed through Prime Video and Classic Doctor Who can be streamed on Britbox and Pluto TV.
- How I Met Your Mother: This series has multiple Thanksgiving episodes, so, given the fact that Thanksgiving is less than a week away, we recommend giving this series another watch. All seasons of the series can be streamed on Hulu.
- Friends: Remember that this is the last year to watch this series on Netflix, as it is set to leave the streaming service in January 2020. Like How I Met Your Mother, this series does have some Thanksgiving episodes to watch, so take advantage of that while you can.
- The Wedding Year: A movie that stars both Sarah Hyland and Tyler Williams is now available to stream on Prime Video.
- Stuck In Love: We have recommended this movie a lot over the past few months, but since this movie does deal with Thanksgiving, it could get you ready for the holiday. The movie can be streamed on Sling TV via the FilmRise channel and on Prime Video too.
- The Knight Before Christmas: If you are not a Thanksgiving person or just are not feeling it this year, this new movie from Netflix should be able to get you ready for the Christmas season.
- #8 Penn State vs. #2 Ohio State (College Football): This game will be played at 12 p.m. on Saturday, November 23, on FOX. Click here to find out how to stream the game.
- Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers (NFL): In what will likely be the biggest game of the week and that we could see a rematch of this sometime during the NFC playoffs, this could be a great game. It will be played at 8:20 p.m. on Sunday, November 24, on NBC. Click here to find out how to stream it.
- #17 Villanova vs. Mississippi State (College Basketball): With the NASCAR and MLB seasons over, we are now getting into college basketball for the year. With that said, you can stream this game on today at 2:30 p.m. ET on ESPN 2.
Be on the lookout next week for both a list of what to stream on Thanksgiving Day and that starting next Friday, Appleosophy Streaming Picks will feature Christmas movie recommendations to watch that weekend. We look forward to bringing you this information