What to Watch on Television This Weekend, 28 January

A sports comedy film, a dark comedy miniseries, a TV series based on a podcast, and a Scandinavian TV series coming this weekend. While the coronavirus epidemic persists, movie theaters are still open and operating in most of the world, and streaming services continue to be a major source of entertainment for many people for various reasons. For its part, makes sure to offer content in a variety of genres and age ranges so that its users can always find something to watch. It also regularly adds new licensed and original content to its library.

Surprisingly, this week will see a focus entirely on its original programming, which offers something for everyone to enjoy, rather than adding any new licensed content. These are the top films and television series that will be released this weekend, January 28.


A TV mystery sci-fi show called Chosen is from Scandinavia. In the small Danish town of Middelbo, which gained international notoriety 17 years ago when it was claimed that a meteor had entered the atmosphere and collided with it, Emma has always felt different from everyone else. Middelbo has changed throughout the years, and it’s unclear if it was ever anything more than what it claims to be. Emma finds out by mistake that the entire meteor narrative is a fabrication, leading her to uncover a terrifying and unlikely truth about the quaint village that is far more unbelievable and frightening than she could have ever imagined.

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

The TV show based on Jonathan Van Ness’s podcast, Queer Eye, has debuted. Jonathan Van Ness’s book Getting Curious explores subjects and ideas that pique his curiosity in an incredibly witty and intelligent way. Each episode follows Jonathan as he talks with specialists in different industries to explore intricacies in a wide range of themes, from appetizers to skyscrapers, or gender identity to bugs.

Home Team

Daniel and Charles Kinnane are the directors of the sports comedy Home Team. Three years after the New Orleans Saints won Super Bowl XLIV, Sean Payton (Kevin James), the head coach, received a one-year suspension from the NFL for his role in the Bountygate incident. Once back in his hometown, Sean coaches his 12-year-old son’s Pop Warner football team, fostering a renewed bond between them. Rob Schneider, Jackie Sandler, and Taylor Lautner are also in the film.

The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window

With a book and a glass of wine in her living room, Anna The Female in the Home Adjacent to the Street
The dark comedic thriller miniseries The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window was developed by Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf, and Rachel Ramras. Every day is the same for the broken-hearted Anna (Kristen Bell) as she sits with her wine and watches the world pass by without her. Anna starts to imagine a brighter future when a dashing neighbor named Tom Riley and his endearing daughter, Samantha Yett, move in across the street, but that is before she sees a horrific murder… Did she?

Trigger Point Season 2

Returning after a two-year stint in Estonia, Vicky McClure plays police bomb disposal officer Lana “Wash” Washington in this suspenseful thriller about a woman training bomb disposal squads in Ukraine. The city is rocked by a bombing as she is conducting a regular speech for security personnel from large financial institutions. Trigger Point season 2 will debut on Sunday, January 28 at 9 p.m.

The Dry

Roisin Gallagher plays the lead role in this comedy-drama that debuted on ITVX last year. It revolves around 35-year-old Shiv, the eldest daughter of an Irish family who goes home for her grandmother’s wake after six months sober. Her family, however, isn’t exactly encouraging of her recent sobriety. On Sunday, January 28, at 10:15 p.m., The Dry will make its debut.


This weekend brings a diverse selection of original content to cater to various tastes, spanning from a Scandinavian mystery sci-fi series to a dark comedic thriller miniseries. The offerings include a Scandinavian mystery sci-fi series titled “Chosen,” unraveling unsettling truths in a small Danish town. Meanwhile, the darkly comedic thriller miniseries “The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window”.Sports enthusiasts can dive into the sports comedy film “Home Team”

For those with a penchant for real-world curiosity, the TV show “Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness” transforms Jonathan Van Ness’s podcast into an engaging visual exploration of various topics. Rounding out the weekend’s offerings are the suspenseful thriller “Trigger Point Season 2,” featuring Vicky McClure as police bomb disposal officer Lana “Wash” Washington, and the comedy-drama “The Dry,” starring Roisin Gallagher as Shiv, navigating familial dynamics amid her journey to sobriety. We ensure a weekend filled with entertainment, catering to diverse preferences with its original programming.

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