TV This Weekend going to be busy, with premieres of GBBS, Heathers: The Musical, and Do Revenge.

TV This Weekend News: With the premieres of Heathers: The Musical on Roku, Maya Hawke and Camila Mendes Do Revenge, and the tenth season of The Great British Baking Show on Netflix, it’s safe to say that TV This Weekend’s entertainment schedule is jam-packed.

In addition, Naomi Watts is remaking the horror classic Goodnight, Mommy, Love Is Blind is back with a new episode of After the Altar, and Los Espookys is back for a second season. In case you’re wondering what to watch TV This Weekend, here are some of the most recent and exciting additions:


The Great British Baking Show: Season 10 of “The Great British Baking Show” debuts. The latest season of the popular British competition features Paul Hollywood, Prue Leith, Noel Fielding, and Matt Lucas, who are joined by 12 home bakers. This season’s episodes will be released every Friday till November 18th. Have a look at the preview. In Netflix’s instant-viewing library

Heathers: The Musical: TV This Weekend: The Musical, which first premiered in London, is now available on Roku. Ailsa Davidson plays Veronica Sawyer, and Simon Gordon plays Jason “J.D.” Dean in this stage adaptation of the cult classic film of the same name from 1989. Have a look at the preview. Now Playing on Roku!

Do Revenge

Do Revenge: In the film adaptation of “Do Revenge” Fallen girl Drea (Camila Mendes) and alternative Eleanor (Maya Hawke) meet in a secret meeting and decide to work together to get revenge on their respective bullies in this Hitchcockian dark comedy. Have a look at the preview. In Netflix’s instant-viewing library

Goodnight Mommy: Upon seeing their mother (Naomi Watts) comes home after plastic surgery with a bandaged face, her boys (Cameron and Nicholas Crovetti) get worried about her strange behavior. The original version of this psychological thriller was released in Austria in 2014. Have a look at the preview. Prime Video Streaming

Love Is Blind: After the Altar: In these three brand new episodes, the cast of Love Is Blind Season 2 gives viewers a glimpse into their life after the experiment. Despite the fact that Jarrett and Iyanna, as well as Nick and Danielle, have just broken up, the resulting drama will not be included in the season, which was taped earlier this year. Have a look at the preview. In Netflix’s instant-viewing library

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Los Espookys: TV This Weekend: The cast and crew of Los Espookys struggle with personal issues and professional setbacks as they seek to grow their horror enterprise. After more than three years gone, HBO has brought back the multilingual horror comedy, featuring original cast members Ana Fabrega, Julio Torres, Cassandra Ciangherotti, Bernardo Velasco, and Fred Armisen. Look at what we found. HBO, 11 o’clock p.m. Eastern Time

Fate: The Winx Saga: The pupils of Alfea are tasked with protecting Solaria from dangerous outsiders, while Bloom (Abigail Cowen) battles to keep her abilities in check. Have a look at the preview. In Netflix’s instant-viewing library

I Used to Be Famous: The first feature-length version of I Used to Be Famous. A former pop singer (Ed Skrein) gets a second chance at stardom when he befriends autistic drummer Stevie (Leo Long), who has an exceptional knack for rhythm. Have a look at the preview. In Netflix’s instant-viewing library

My Dream Quinceañera: TV This Weekend: Paramount has developed a reality series based on the hit YouTube series “AwesomenessTV Presents: Planning the Ultimate Coming of Age Party,” which follows three Southern California teenagers as they organize the celebration of their dreams. Have a look at the preview. Paramount+ streaming is available.

My Dream Quinceañera

The Grand Tour: A Scandi Flick: Traveling to the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammon, and James May face icy lake racetracks, major wrecks, and rally racing madness. Have a look at the preview. Prime Video Streaming

CBS Fall Preview: TV This Weekend: This special presentation is CBS’s preview of the upcoming fall season. The upcoming fall schedule for CBS is previewed, and it features the premieres of new dramas including Fire Country and East New York. Thursday, September 19 at 9:00 p.m. on CBS

Dateline: Season 31 begins today, and here is the first news broadcast. The long-running news magazine is back with fresh episodes that promise to be just as in-depth as before. Airing on NBC at 9:00 PM Eastern Time

New episode of “The Lord of the Rings” series, “The Rings of Power.” Prime Video Streaming

Five Days at Memorial: TV This Weekend: Pou (Vera Farmiga) defends herself with a fight. Michael Gaston’s Schafer and Molly Hager’s Rider advance their argument. Available for streaming on Apple TV+.

Sprung: Released: The end of Season 1. The team is taken off guard when the robbery’s timeframe is accelerated, and they have to make hasty preparations to carry off the biggest theft of their careers. Accessible through Amazon Prime Instant Video Freevee

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College Football: On Friday night, the Louisville Cardinals will host the Florida State Seminoles in a big college football game. ESPN, 7:00 p.m. ET/ 4:00 p.m. PT

Major League Baseball: Tonight’s Apple TV+ MLB coverage has games from both the American League East and National League West.

  • Baltimore Orioles at Toronto Blue Jays 7:00 PM ET/4:00 PM PT
  • Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants 10:00 PM ET/7:00 PM PT

Dynasty: TV This Weekend: In the wake of tensions between Blake (Grant Show) and Cristal (Daniella Alonso) about how to handle recent events at PPA, Blake recruits Alexis (Elaine Hendrix) for a rescue operation. The drama, which aired for a total of five seasons, was one of six shows canceled by The CW this spring, making TV This Weekend’s episode the de facto series finale. View preview. The CW at 9:00 PM ET


CMT Giants: Vince Gill: Vince Gill, one of CMT’s Giants, will be honored in a special event. Country music artists including Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood are included in a 90-minute tribute to Grammy winner Vince Gill. Learn more by watching the preview. At 9:00 PM EST, tune in to CMT.


Girl in Room 13: Based on a real incident, Anne Heche stars as a former addict (Larissa Dias) who is locked up by her former lover and drug dealer (Max Montesi). Have a look at the preview. Sunday at 8 p.m. on Lifetime

Secret Origins of the Batwheels: TV This Weekend: Batwheels’ Hidden Past is the first episode of a new TV series. This animated preschool series follows the Batwheels heroes as they combat DC supervillains, and features voice work from Ethan Hawke, Gina Rodriguez, and Tom Kenny of Spongebob. Have a look at the preview. Now Available on HBO Max

College Football: Week 3 of college football features several games against teams from different conferences, raising the stakes for shocking results.

  • Georgia at South Carolina 12:00 PM ET/9:00 AM PT on ESPN
  • UConn at Michigan 12:00 PM ET/9:00 AM PT on ABC
  • Oklahoma at Nebraska 12:00 PM ET/9:00 AM PT on FOX
  • Cal at Notre Dame 2:30 PM ET/11:30 AM PT on NBC and Peacock
  • BYU at Oregon 3:30 PM ET/12:30 PM PT on FOX
  • Ole Miss at Georgia Tech 3:30 PM ET/12:30 PM PT on ABC
  • Penn State at Auburn 3:30 PM ET/12:30 PM PT on CBS
  • Mississippi State at LSU 6:00 PM ET/3:00 PM PT on ESPN
  • Toledo at Ohio State 7:00 PM ET/4:00 PM PT on FOX
  • Michigan State at Washington 7:30 PM ET/4:30 PM PT on ABC
  • Miami at Texas A&M 9:00 PM ET/6:00 PM PT on ESPN
  • Fresno State at USC 10:30 PM ET/7:30 PM PT on FOX

Wedding of a Lifetime: TV This Weekend: Darby (Brooke D’Orsay) and Jake (Jonathan Bennett) have been engaged for a while, but their relationship has been stagnating. When they learn that they have been nominated to compete for a free wedding on national television, they jump at the chance. Have a look at the preview. Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. ET

Wedding of a Lifetime

48 Hours:  The real crime show on CBS looks at fresh examples of wrongfully convicted individuals, unsolved mysteries, and startling crimes. The CBS broadcast begins at 10:00 p.m.

NFL Icons: TV This Weekend: The football documentary series honors the life and career of Walter Payton, the great running back for the Chicago Bears. at 10:00 PM EST on Epix

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60 Minutes: Lesley Stahl, John Dickerson, Scott Pelley, and Norah O’Donnell, among other CBS News correspondents, spend extended time on big news topics in the return of the legendary news magazine. Watch CBS at 7:30 p.m.

The U.S. and the Holocaust: In this three-part documentary series, Ken Burns places the emergence of Hitler and Nazism in Germany within the larger backdrop of antisemitism and racism across the world, the eugenics movement in the United States, and the Jim Crow laws of the American South. Have a look at the preview. PBS, 8 PM EST

SEAL Team: The start of Season 6 of SEAL Team. After recovering from the trauma of their attack in Mali and the prospect of deactivation, Jason Hayes’ (David Boreanaz) squad of elite Navy SEALs embark on a new long-term mission in northern Syria. Each of the ten episodes will premiere on Sunday. Have a look at the preview. Paramount+ streaming is available.

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Major League Baseball: ESPN’s featured game on TV This Weekend is a baseball matchup between the first-place Los Angeles Dodgers and their long-time rivals, the San Francisco Giants. ESPN, 7:00 p.m. ET/ 4:00 p.m. PT

The Real Housewives of Atlanta: TV This Weekend: In the second of three reunion episodes, Andy Cohen presses the women for details on the season’s most dramatic developments. Learn more by watching the preview. Tonight at 8 on Bravo

The Serpent Queen: Soon after her uncle’s death, little Catherine (Liv Hill) starts to learn how to outsmart the royal family in order to ensure her own destiny. Starz, 8 p.m. EST

Sunday Night Football:  Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers play the Chicago Bears, reigniting one of football’s longest rivalries. On NBC at 8:15 PM ET | 5:15 PM PT

Vice: In its last episode, the Showtime series examines a jailbreak by ISIS and the emergence of right-wing stars. At 8:30 PM, EST, on Showtime

House of the Dragon: TV This Weekend: King Viserys’ (Paddy Considine) health continues to fail, heightening the struggle for the throne as Westeros prepares for a royal wedding between Rhaenyra (Milly Alcock) and Laenor Velaryon (Theo Nate). Learn more by watching the preview. Watch HBO tonight at 9 pm ET

House of the Dragon

Tales of the Walking Dead: The last chapter of “Tales of the Walking Dead” season 1. A young couple (Daniella Pineda and Danny Ramirez) who have just survived the end of the world are further traumatized when they get trapped in a haunted mansion. Learn more by watching the preview. On AMC at 9:00 PM EST

American Gigolo: TV This Weekend: The latest episode of American Gigolo is out. When Julian (Jon Bernthal) makes an honest effort to start again, his former madam sends him a mysterious letter about a young girl who committed herself. Learn more by watching the preview. Showtime at 9:00 p.m. ET

Power Book III: Raising Kanan:  When Kanan (Mekai Curtis) takes on additional responsibilities, he has run-ins with the local youngsters, and things go bad. Learn more by watching the preview. Starz at 9:00 PM EST