We are now less than two weeks away until Christmas Day. The college football regular season is coming to a close and the NFL regular season is getting more and more interesting for those teams still trying to capture a playoff birth for the upcoming playoffs.
With that said, here are our picks:
- Marvel’s Runaways (Season 3): The third and final season of this Hulu original series premieres today with 10 new episodes to finish off the series.
- The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Season 3): We did not get this one last week due to other TV shows that new episodes releasing, as well as the series finale of HBO’s Silicon Valley that premiered last Sunday. However, the third season of this show does have 8 new episodes to watch, which can be found on Prime Video, as this is a Prime original series.
- Rick and Morty (Season 4, Episode 5): Part 1 of season 4 is ending on Sunday, December 15, at 11:30 p.m. ET on Adult Swim.
- Bumblebee: Hulu now has this movie on their streaming service as of today. Hailee Steinfeld stars as Charlie Watson who gets a “new” car and little does she know that there is more to it than meets the eye.
- Fast and Furious: The fourth sequel of this legendary movie franchise will be able to be streamed on Hulu starting on December 16.
- Wild Hogs: With a star-studded cast with actors such as Martin Lawerence, Tim Allen, and John Travolta, only hilarity will ensue in this film. The movie can currently be streamed on HBO NOW and HBO Go
- Hallmark Christmas movies: With Frndly TV now being available on the Apple TV, there is no reason to not be watching this year’s Hallmark Christmas movies on the big screen.
- Elf: In what will likely be Will Ferrell’s most popular Christmas-related movie ever, you can stream through live TV streaming services’ on-demand such as AT&T NOW TV, Sling TV and fuboTV. However, for those that do not have any of those streaming services, you can watch it in the AMC app as long as you sign-in with a TV provider.
- Deck the Halls: Everyone seems to forget about this Christmas movie, but we are going to recommend it this way because it is a pretty hilarious movie for this time of the year. It can be streamed for everyone in the Freeform app, but you, again, you will have to sign-in with your TV provider credentials.
- Indianapolis Colts vs. New Orleans Saints (NFL): A lot of games are going on this weekend, but the Colts are still hoping to eek their way into the playoffs. However, to do so, they must get through and beat the NFC South-leading Saints. The game will be at 8:15 p.m. ET, Monday, December 16, on ESPN. Click here to find out how to stream the game.
- Army vs. #23 Navy (College Football): This will be the only Division I football game on this weekend. It is the 117th meeting between the two teams, both of whom want to win this game for bragging right for an entire year. The game will be at 3 p.m. ET on Saturday, December 14 on CBS. To find out how to stream the game, click here.
- #10 Oregon vs. #5 Michigan (College Basketball): Two top 10 colleges will be going at it this weekend in the world of college basketball. This game will be played at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday, December 14 on CBS.