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Stuff To Watch This Week (Feb 13-19, 2023)

Can you picture James Seah as a declutterer expert? He plays one in the new Mediacorp drama Fix Me Up.
Stuff To Watch This Week (Feb 13-19, 2023)

Fix My Life

James Seah plays a declutterer expert whose own messy personal life is in dire need of some organising. The 20-part serial also stars Hong Ling, Peter Yu and Cavin Soh. Watch the first episode here:

Watch it on: meWATCH, Mon; Channel 8 from Wed, 9pm

Decision to Leave

Oldboy helmer Park Chan-Wook’s thriller about a cop (Park Hae-Il) obsessing over a murder victim’s wife (Tang Wei) won Best Director at Cannes but failed to get any love from the Oscars. What gives?! Oh well, at least it received some love from the BAFTAs.

Watch it on: iQiYi

Big Bet, Season 2

The Korean crime drama returns with more intrigue and action as embattled casino boss Cha (Choi Min-Sik) struggles to protect his empire by any means necessary. Three-episode premiere.

Watch it on: Disney+, Wed

Photo: Disney+

12th Circle Chart Music Awards

Catch the annual Korean music ceremony (previously known as Gaon Chart Music Awards) live from Olympic Gymnastics Arena, with NCT’s Doyoung and (G)l-dle’s Miyeon as hosts and appearances by aespa, Kep1er, ENHYPEN and BSS (SEVENTEEN). Click here for more show info.

Watch it on: Rock Entertainment (Singtel TV Ch 318, StarHub Ch 509, Rock 24/7 on meWATCH), 5pm; encore on Sun, 9.45pm

Photo: Rock Entertainment



Korean thriller about a young woman (Chun Woo-Hee) whose life starts to unravel after her handphone is hacked by a stalker (Yim Si-Wan) — and he now knows every little thing she does. Scary.... Based on the novel by Akira Shiga.

Watch it on: Netflix, Fri

Photo: Netflix

Post-Mortem with Mick Garris

In the hot seat (or rather, on the slab) is renowned horror and dark fantasy author Paul Tremblay whose 2018 novel The Cabin at the End of the World has been adapted by M Night Shyamalan into the Dave Bautista-starring feature, Knock at the Cabin, in cinemas this Thursday. Listen to the podcast here:


Hear it on: Apple Podcast

Photo: UIP

Super-Pumped: The Battle For Uber

The Social Network. The Dropout. WeCrashed. And now, Super-Pumped, another birth-of-a-unicorn story, about ride-sharing app Uber’s Travis Kalanick (a likeable Joseph Gordon-Levitt playing a total dick). Like Mark Zuckerberg, Elizabeth Holmes, and Adam Neumann before him, Kalanick is portrayed as a cross between a miracle salesperson and a sociopathic douchebag with no qualms about stepping on others to get what he wants. (Is being an a-hole a prerequisite for being a disruptor?) Kalanick’s actions are despicable and that's what makes this corporate drama — from Billions creators Brian Koppelman and David Levien — so irresistible.

Watch it on: HBO Go, with new episodes on Thursday

Photo: HBO Go



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