Transcript for 'Binge This': 'Palm Springs' starring Andy Samberg is available to stream on Hulu
here and lighten the mood a little bit and talk about entertainment you have to binge in -- -- "Binge this," Saturday morning air horn. You know what that means. Janai is here with more on that, good morning. Oh, I miss hearing that air horn in the studio, guys. It is time for "Binge this," and if you need weekend plans, we've got you covered. Entertainment expert Josh Mcbride is breaking down the buzziest entertainment to binge. Josh, thank you so much for joining us. Welcome to the show. All right. Let's kicks things off with a movie. What do you recommend? All right, so "Palm Springs" came out yesterday on hulu. Guilty. I was up late watching it. It's the perfect movie for any rom-com thriller fans. So there's been some great buzz around the film and premiered earlier at the sungdance film festival. Stars comedy heavyweight Andy Samberg and Cristin milioti plus Peter Gallagher, J.K. Simmons, a really great cast there. The movie revolves around Andy's character Niles and Cristin's character Sara who plays a reluctant maid of honor meeting each other at a Palm Springs wedding. Things get complicated and by the next morning they seem to be stuck in this time loop giving us a "Groundhog day" feel to the movie. Remember that movie? This movie got a 90% on rotten tomatoes. If you're looking to laugh this weekend and also sort of question everything about your life, this is the movie for you. That sounds like what all of us are doing essentially, okay, so, "Palm Springs." What about music? What should we turn on? Yeah, you guys mentioned it. If you're looking for country music this weekend, Brett Eldredge just released his fifth studio album "Sunday drive." I always like to say there's nothing like a summer weekend with some country music. It's been three years now since he released his self-titled fourth album in 2017. Another big song on this album, check this one out, it's called "Good day." Put it on repeat. Get to know it and tune in to "Gma" Monday. He will perform that song as part of the "Gma" summer concert series, so really looking forward to that. Ooh. Taking us right through the weekend. Back into Monday. All right. And for reality TV fans, now, I'm always binging and rebinging "Housewives." But what do you suggest? Yes, I love some reality TV. Guilty to say the least. Two great reality shows are back tonight. "Say yes to the dress" is finally back on tlc, the first of two new episodes. It will be a quarantine special before returning to the Kleinfeld home base, that's tonight 8:00 P.M. On tlc, and then be sure to check out "Family or fiance" on the Oprah Winfrey network. They're back for another season to help newly engaged couples navigate family drama. Get the popcorn but also get the tissues. I was bawling, honest to god, as I caught up from last season watching a couple go through therapy and issues. The show brings drama and fights and outbursts then finding out if the Framily gives their blessings to the couple. It had me on the edge of my seat during every episode. Good one to watch and get roped into it and you won't be able to leave the TV. So no bathroom breaks on that one. Oh, my goodness. Navigating family drama, avoiding family drama, the best thing about social distancing. Josh, thank you so much. You can find more entertainment fun on Josh's Instagram. Guys, back to you in the studio. Janai, it is so revealing you are a "Housewives" fan because there are many times when you were in the studio where I would say something unfortunate and you would basically try to flip the table. I'm a huge "Real housewives" fan, and I will flip a table if I have to. Yes, I know. She will if she has to. You better watch out. Thanks, janai.
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