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Top 3 Shows You Need to Binge This Weekend

VO: Emily Brayton
So much television, so little time… Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 3 series to binge this weekend: April 27th, 28th and 29th, 2018. For this list, we’re helping you plan your weekend by looking at the most binge-able new content that’s popping up on streaming services. Be sure to tune in on Monday for our MojoTalks rundown of this weekend’s binge session.
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So much television, so little time… Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 3 series to binge this weekend: April 27th, 28th and 29th, 2018.

For this list, we’re helping you plan your weekend by looking at the most binge-able new content that’s popping up on streaming services. Be sure to tune in on Monday for our MojoTalks discussion about more bingeable television.

#3: "Vikings" - The Complete Series (2013-)
Amazon Video
Amazon finally added the latest season of Vikings, season 5, to it's library; so now you can binge this entire fantastic series. This series is History Channel's answer to HBO's Game of Thrones and it consistently delivers in every department. While season 4 was a bit all over the place, season 5 manages to bring the storyline in an engaging direction, and deliver on all the exploration, drama and amazing battles the show is best known for. Jonathan Rhys Meyers as the legendary Bishop Heahmund is a great addition to the shrinking cast and you haven't seen Vikings yet, you really need to get on this.

#2: "The Week Of" (2018)
Say what you will about Adam Sandler, we certainly have in the past, but millions of viewers watch his releases every year, and "The Week Of" brings the typical Adam Sandler humour his fans have come to expect. "The Week Of" follows two very different fathers played by Chris Rock and Adam Sandler, who have to come together to celebrate their children's marriage. As they are so opposite, they end up in hilarious (by Adam Sandler standards) situations as they simply try and get through the week leading up to the wedding. This movie is certainly more tame and grounded than Sandler's previous Netflix outings, but rest assured, its still has outrageous moments. Enjoy.

#1: "The Handmaid's Tale" (2017-) - Season 2
Hulu
Season 1 of "The Handmaid's Tale" showed us that Hulu could turn out the same quality of programming as their big brother Netflix, and season 2 proves that they can make that lightning strike twice. The first two episodes released this week, and the show is still on very much on course to deliver the same balance of tension and inspiration we love. We're not going to spoil what happens, as season 2 takes place right after season 1's cliffhanger ending that hinted at big changes for the show; rest assured that if you enjoyed season 1, you need to get on season 2, and if you haven't seen the show at all yet, binge season 1 and get yourself caught up.
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