Transcript for The best upcoming movies, music and TV shows to binge-watch
Now let's send it over to janai for a little segment. That's right. That's our deejay from new Jersey with the air horn. It's called "Binge this." Daddy Yankee. All right. It is time for "Binge this." Lifestyle entertainment expert Valerie Greenberg is here to tell us what's hot and what to get ready for this weekend. Valerie, welcome. So happy to have you here. Thank you, I'm so happy to be here. Good morning. Thanks. It is a big weekend for TV. What should we be watching? It is. Okay, so if you haven't already started binging "Big little lies," now is the time. They've got season two under their belt with buzz of season three and these characters' seemingly perfect lives aren't as they appear to be at all and will be starring soon cutie Zoe Kravitz. "Outlander" seasons 1 through 4 I'm highly recommending. An amazing show that stars Scottish hunk Sam heughan which I mean, I'm already drooling over mean and caitriona Balfe who is also an amazing Irish actress, and all of this gets us ready for hulu's new series release, "High fidelity," which is a take on Nick hornby's novel and the 2000 flick that starred John Cusack. Role reversal. Zoe will be the lead and it has love and music. Out now on hulu. It's perfect for this time of year. Out now on hulu then "Outlander" season 5, pretty phenomenal, guess what, if you were a huge fan and subscriber to STARZ, you got a preview Friday but the official premiere is this Sunday for "Outlander," season 5, so lots of great things. Set for the weekend. That was TV. Talk to me about music. We have some familiar faces. Yes, we certainly do. I'm so excited about the music. Katy Perry, I want you to binge the so young hunk Lionel Richie and, of course, Luke Bryan, I'll dance with him in my country boots any time. Guy, does this trio look familiar to you in any way, shape or form? It should. Hello. Hello again. Belt it out in your bathtub. "Hello," Lionel. Sing a soundtrack at your local karaoke bar or dance on the ceiling, what I'm talking about. He's timeless. Anything Katy Perry. 100%. "American idol," of course, is going to premiere, the brand-new season, you guys, on ABC this Sunday, 8:00 P.M. Eastern. It's very exciting. I mean what a good-looking group here and what I love about "American idol" is we see the vulnerable stories of the contestants. It resonates with so many people. It's beautiful. I love that show. Now finally movies you brought back. Some Oscar picks. Tell us about them. "Hair love" was the Oscar winning animated film. So Issa Rae played the voice of the mother. It's about a dad doing his daughter's hair for the first time. I love they won the Oscar because they're raising awareness and the importance of the need for lots of cultures in animated films, and that's what it's all about, and then also binge the Oscar nominated "Knives out," so lakeith Stanfield plays such a great detective. I love his work. It's a murder whodunit. A murder mystery. That gets us ready for "The photograph." It certainly does. I saw it last night. Exactly. It stars Issa and lakeith and what's so amazing about this film, ISS's character's mom passes, and she goes on to investigate her life and finds a photograph which leads her to an unexpected love interest. It was great. Loved it last night. I'm sure we have no problem having a love romance with lakeith. Right? Right. That is out this weekend in theaters, "The photograph." How about this photograph? This is a photograph we need. Speaking of photographs. You can catch up this weekend. Read more from Valerie on her website, validated.com, guys. It's the photograph that keeps on giving. The photograph that keeps on Thank you very much. Now we know what to binge.
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