The best music and entertainment to binge on this weekend

Brittany Spanos, senior writer from “Rolling Stone,” discusses Celine Dion’s new album, a new take on “Charlie’s Angels” and more!
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It is time for "Binge this" and we have got everything you need to listen to, read and watch to get ready for the week ahead. "Rolling stone" senior writer the Brittany Spanos joins us with her expertise. Okay. So, let's start with music. Yeah. A legendary artist coming out with new music, but what should we dive into first to get ready? I would say, go back to the 1997 album "Let's talk about love," a classic Celine album, one. Biggest selling of all time. Features "My heart will go on" and came off a lot of big singles in the early '90s, sort of the best. So you wrote a great article about how Celine didn't really need a comeback. She's always been here. Tell us about her new music. So, she just released the new album "Courage." Look at that. She looks amazing. It's her first album since her husband Rene angelil passed away. Her first English language album and it's a really great balance of dance pop and she worked with David guetta and the title track. So we've got the ballads but a lot of energy, Dan. You excited? Excited. We didn't play the dance pop. I thought we were bringing the Near, far, wherever you are. Oh, my gosh. My heart will go on. All right. So a brand-new series is premiering -- just premiered on hulu. What should we watch before tuning in? It's "Dollface" starring cat denning. A breakthrough role as well as "I, Tonya." The executive producer of "Dollface," Margot Robbie. Okay, so, this new show what can we expect from it. And rumor has it a certain "Pretty little liar" makes an appearance. Kat denning plays a girl who goes through a breakup and abandoned all her friends while in her relationship and is trying to rekindle their relationship and shay Mitchell stars as one of her close friends. We know there is a hugely popular franchise making a resurgence. What should we check out before we head to theaters? So the Kristen Stewart helmed "Charlie's angels" is rebooted and so now we can go back to the first two that starred Cameron Diaz, drew barrymore, Lucy liu from the early 2000s. My girl drew. Yeah. Both starring in that. Yes. Oh, no, these guy, look. There they go. They're ready. And obviously you got to play destiny's child while looking at these three, please. Tell us about Elizabeth banks' sizzling reboot. I mean, it's super funny. It's really great. I mean it's revisiting a classic and we all know and lover the '70s sitcom version and early 2000s version so definitely bringing it into 2019. Awesome. So much to look forward. You can check out more from Brittany in "Rolling stone," musicians online now and on newsstands. Whit, are you still posing? We do want to apologize to Brittany. Next time you'll work with more professional anchors. But thank you. You're a good sport. This is great. Janai, thank you for bringing the energy for us.

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