With every new weekend comes new opportunities to catch up on the latest streaming options across movies, TV, and sports. There’s always plenty on at home, and in the midst of the end-of-summer heat, home might be the best place to be. Here are our picks for the best new shows, movies, and sports to check out over the coming weekend:
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The latest Star Wars series brings a character who is already well-known to animated fans to the world of live-action. Ahsoka follows its titular character, played here by Rosario Dawson, as she investigates an emerging threat to the galaxy in the aftermath of the fall of the Empire. Although fans of The Clone Wars and Rebels know Ahsoka Tano well, she’s a new character for live-action audiences and one that Disney is likely hoping will be a major force for them moving forward.
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Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs — 9/29
In one of the better wild card races we’ve seen in recent history, the Brewers and Cubs are both fighting for their playoff lives when they meet this weekend. While it’s anyone’s guess how long either one of these teams will last once the playoffs actually start, for now, both better be focused on one another. While things would have to go very well for Chicago to win the top spot in the division outright, it can’t afford to lose these games either. And, if nothing changes, these two teams could see each other again once the playoffs start. Games kick off at 8:10 p.m. ET on Friday, 7:10 p.m. on Saturday, and 3:10 p.m. on Sunday.
Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins — 10/1
The Bills and Dolphins are battling for sole control of the AFC East, but even more than that, both teams are coming off of their best games of the season to date. The Dolphins hung 70 points on the Denver Broncos, but we’ll have to see whether the Bills can contain their absolutely electrifying offense. Buffalo, meanwhile, is coming off a commanding defeat of the Commanders, and both teams look poised to make deep playoff runs. In fact, this game could be a preview of an eventual playoff matchup, and these two teams will meet one more time before then. The game kicks off at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday.
Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns — 10/1
Thanks to a rock-solid defense, Cleveland is looking like it might be able to make a real playoff run this year. Meanwhile, Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens are looking more and more impressive by the week, which means this could be a really solid matchup. All of the teams in the AFC North seem likely to beat up on one another this year, so it’s very possible that the Browns and Ravens will split their two matchups. This first one, though, should be pretty electrifying to watch. The game kicks off at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday.