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Stuff To Watch This Week (Feb 27-Mar 5, 2023)

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Stuff To Watch This Week (Feb 27-Mar 5, 2023)

Chat with the Stars

Xiang Yun and Chen Hanwei drop in to chat with hosts Mark Lee and Chua Lee Lian about high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and the dos and don’ts of having suppers. (Alternatively, consult your GP. They didn’t go to med school for seven years for nothing.)

Watch it on: LOVE 972 Facebook, Tue, 10pm


Forbidding No More, Season 2

In the concluding part of Ge Fan’s Colombia trip, he leaves behind Medellin and makes his way down the Amazon jungles to hang with the locals. By the way, Ge Gan, have you seen this horror pic, The Relic?

Watch it on: meWATCH & Channel U, Wed, 9pm

The Mandalorian, Season 3  

Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) and Grogu hit the road again, this time they’re heading to Mandalore to reconnect with Din’s roots. Can Season 2 top last season’s Luke Skywalker cameo in the nostalgia department? Let’s keep our light sabres crossed.  

Watch it on: Disney+, Wed

Photo: Disney+

Call It Love

Two episodes in and I’m wondering which is more compelling: the love story bit or the revenge story bit? Either way, it’s moving along slowly. But I’m rooting for Lee Sungkyung’s Sim Woojoo to reclaim her family assets because I can totally relate to her predicament. True story: My old man left his CPF savings to his ex-mistress after he died — hey, lady, I hate you. Just saying. Now, where was I? Watch our interview with the stars:

Watch it on: Disney+, new episodes every Wed

Photo: Disney+

The Problem with Jon Stewart, Season 2B


While some folks are bragging about their vehicular upgrade, there are other more pressing concerns in other parts of the world. Among the topics covered in the six new episodes of the Emmy-nominated current affairs, crime, defence policy, inflation, and the backsliding of democracy. For the first time, Stewart will travel abroad and speak with foreign policy leaders.

Watch it on: Apple TV+, Fri

Photo: Apple TV+

Finding Michael

Two years in the making, this harrowing documentary — produced by Bear Grylls and mountaineer Nirmal Purja — follows reality TV personality Spencer Matthews (Made in Chelsea) as he attempts to recover the body of his older brother, Michael, who vanished shortly after becoming the youngest Briton (at age 22) to summit Mount Everest in 1999.

Watch it on: Disney+, Fri

Photo: Disney+

Daisy Jones & the Six

Real-life rock scion Riley Keough (her grandpa is Elvis Presley) fronts a fictional 1970s rock band — loosely based on Fleetwood Mac — struggling with success and personnel clashes. Based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s best-selling novel, the 10-part limited series also stars Sam Claflin, Suki Waterhouse, and Camila Morrone, and features original music by Blake Mills, Phoebe Bridgers, and Marcus Mumford.

Watch it on: Amazon Prime Video, Fri

Photo: TPG News/Click Photos

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