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From Loki Season 2 To The Buccaneers: Top 5 Web Series To Binge Watch This Weekend!

Here's a complete list to watch this weekend, from assassins to astronauts.

Sinjinee Roy | Updated On: Nov 12, 2023 12:05 AM IST

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From Loki Season 2 To The Buccaneers: Top 5 Web Series To Binge Watch This Weekend!

It's the weekend, and the sky is becoming darker and colder outside, which means it's time to relax in front of the television. This week's selections range from dark humour to a period romp, so there's something for everyone.


We have a lot of options. ‘The Loki season 2’ finale is now available on Disney Plus. Meanwhile, Apple TV Plus has two new releases this week, with ‘For All Mankind season 4’ and ‘The Buccaneers’ both opening on the streaming service.

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Here are our Top 5 picks of web series to cheer up your weekend:

For All Mankind- Season Four:

Available On: Apple TV +

The finest TV show that not enough people watch returns with a time leap to 2003, when the Americans, Soviets, North Koreans, and private business Helios have all established themselves on Mars. But what happens when nationalism and capitalism come in the way of that collaboration? The ageing makeup utilised on the film's key protagonists to make us believe they're in their 60s might need some improvement. Overall, this is a return to form after gratefully removing some of last year's really repetitive subplots. —R.H.

Loki: Season 2 Finale

Available On: Disney + Hotstar

When you're slipping through it, time flies. ‘Loki season 2’ has concluded, with the conclusion airing on Disney Plus this past Thursday night (or Friday morning in the UK). With the God of Mischief (Tom Hiddleston) fully utilising his time-travel skills at the conclusion of episode 5, he's doing everything he can to save Mobius (Owen Wilson), OB (Ke Huy Quan), and the rest of the TVA - but he may have to make some unpleasant choices along the way. And, of course, there's He Who Remains...

The Buccaneers

Available On: Apple TV +

While we wait for Bridgerton season 3 to premiere, Apple TV Plus has all of our period romp requirements covered. Based on Edith Wharton's unfinished novel The Age of Innocence, the series follows a group of young American ladies in the 1870s who are transported to London to find spouses - and a cultural clash develops. The first three episodes are now available to watch online, with the remainder of the season following in weekly chunks every Wednesday.

The Morning Show season three

Available On: Apple TV +

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This Apple TV+ programme is a wonderful muddle. Bradley Jackson (Reese Witherspoon) was up in space at the start of the season, and now she's confronting the terrible truths of what she did on January 6 — a major story element — for her brother. I can't take my eyes off that! Meanwhile, Alex Levy (Jennifer Aniston) must deal with the possibility of UBA being sold to her villainous tech millionaire lover (Jon Hamm).

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