September 1

What to Stream on Netflix This Weekend

first_img It’s finally the weekend, which means it’s time to binge-watch some documentaries, TV shows, and films on Netflix. With so many good options available, deciding what to stream can be tough. To help you get started, we’ve picked the top eight flicks to see on Netflix from Aug. 16 to Aug. 18. Robot royals, sketchy knights, and space station inhabitants will keep you glued to your screen from today to Sunday.KnightfallKnightfall takes place 15 years after the events of the Crusades, where a veteran knight becomes Master and Commander of the Paris Temple. Landry de Lauzon (Tom Cullen) uncovers a secret about the Holy Grail though, which leads to a series of troubling events. Mark Hamill also plays Master Talus, who trains incoming knights at the Chartres Temple.Stream it Here45 rpmIt’s the ’60s in Madrid and music producer Guillermo Rojas kickstarts a rock ‘n’ roll label in the series 45 rpm. Aspiring singer Robert and producer Maribel will also join Rojas on a crazy journey to make it big in Spain.Stream it HereThe 100A century after our planet is destroyed, a group of space station residents heads back to Earth to determine whether they can live there or not in the sci-fi series The 100. Earth isn’t just reeling from a nuclear apocalypse though: There might be other “people” residing there and they’re not about to make peace with their galactic visitors.Stream it HereMindhunterMindhunter is coming back for Season 2: Two FBI agents take criminal science to the next level by exploring the psychology of murder in this suspenseful show, which is set in the ’70s. Oh, and there might be an encounter with Charles Manson as well…Stream it HereCannon BustersCannon Busters, an anime series, follows Philly the Kid, an immortal renegade, and his transformable pink car, as they bond with a friendly droid to find a missing prince. Could robot royalty work out? Only time will tell.Stream it HereSextupletsFinding out that you have a bunch of other siblings can be a bit wild, as shown in the film Sextuplets. When a dad-to-be finds out that he’s not an only child, he sets out to meet the rest of his kin. Marlon Wayans plays all six squad members (yes, all six) in this comedy flick.Stream it HereDiagnosisDr. Lisa Sanders, a physician at Yale, tries to help patients who have unexplainable medical conditions in Diagnosis. This health documentary tells the story of her New York Times Magazine column and how crowdfunding can help people realize that they are not alone when it comes to wellness.Stream it HereMore on Geek.com: Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in August 2019Fans Create Viral Campaign to Bring ‘The OA’ Back to Netflix‘Cannon Busters’ Is the Black Anime We’ve Been Waiting For 11 Other Old-School Nick Shows That Should Get Netflix Movies‘Cannon Busters’ Is The Black Anime We’ve Been Waiting… center_img Stay on targetlast_img read more