Today is Friday the 13th, and it’s 2020…the good news is if you are still reading this, well, you have made it this far.
Here is what you can be streaming this weekend and into next week to celebrate surviving today.
- “The Crown” (Season 4): The fourth season of this TV series will be released on Sunday, November 15 on Netflix. Just like the previous three seasons, there will be 10 episodes in the season.
- “Wayne”: This former YouTube Premium’s first season is currently available to stream on Prime Video. There are 10 episodes in the series.
- “Community”: What makes this TV show stand out the most, in terms of its streaming capabilities, is it is literally on three of the top streaming services right now, which are Netflix, Hulu and Prime Video. That includes all six seasons of the show.
- “Words on Bathroom Walls”: It is currently unavailable to rent right now, but can be purchased for $14.99 through iTunes and the Apple TV app. The film will be available to rent on the previously mentioned services on Tuesday, November 17.
- “Let It Snow”: John Green is quite the lucky guy, as this is his fourth production from one of his books. It’s a great movie for Christmas and this time of the year, overall. It can be streamed on Netflix.
- “Starbucks Unfiltered”: For our documentary fans out there, this one is for you. It tells all about the business and coffee empire has made through in the nearly 50 years it has been around. The movie can be streamed for free with ads on Tubi and Vudu.
- #20 USC vs. Arizona (College Football): This will be the first game of the season for Arizona, as their original season opener last week was canceled due to its opponent having too many cases of COVID-19 on the team. USC is coming off a last-minute come from behind win against Arizona State last week, so this could be a good matchup for both squads. The game will air at 3:30 p.m. ET, Saturday, November 14, on FOX.
- Buffalo Bills vs. Arizona Cardinals (NFL): A game between two of the best teams in both the AFC and NFC is exactly what fans are looking for right now. The only bad part is the game will only be available in regional coverage. Still, it will be played at 4:05 p.m., Sunday, November 15, on CBS.
- NFL RedZone: If you are someone who doesn’t like watching one game at once and only wants to see either the big plays or scoring plays, NFL RedZone will be the place for you. Coverage of the games begins at 1 p.m. ET this Sunday and will cover the first and evening games. It can be streamed on Sling TV, YouTube and fuboTV. We have a review of the channel as well.