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Stuff To Watch This Week (July 4-10, 2022)

What do you think of the MasterChef Singapore finale? Watch it again and decide. 
Stuff To Watch This Week (July 4-10, 2022)

MasterChef Singapore, Season 3

Relive the finale where dental student Johnathan narrowly beat car salesman Nares — with his dessert. (Wait, is this MasterChef or Crème de la Crème?) Johnathan is the third consecutive guy to win the title. C’mon, enough with the sausage fest —  isn’t it about time we have a female MasterChef champ? Perhaps it’s time to change things up with another panel of judges? New blood, new dynamic? Just saying.

Watch it on: meWATCH, Channel 5 & Mediacorp YouTube Entertainment Channel, Tue, 8pm

A Night Under the Stars

This week, Darren Lim and his son are joined by Cavin Soh and his son Kayden 0n Pulau Ubin. What pearls of wisdom about fatherhood can we learn from Cavin and Darren?

Watch it on: meWATCH & Channel 8, Wed, 8pm

The Terminal List

Eight-part series starring Chris Pratt (is in serious action hero mode) as a Navy Seal hunting the perps responsible for his team’s deaths. The problem is, are the enemies real or a figment of his imagination? Cue sinister music. Constance Wu, Taylor Kitsch, and Jai Courtney co-star.

Watch it on: Amazon Prime Video

Photo: Amazon Prime Video

Joanna Lumley’s Great Cities of the World

The Absolutely Fabulous star explores the secret sides and unseen sites of three European cities, starting with Paris, followed by Rome and Berlin. Secret? Well, not after this show.

Watch it on: BBC Lifestyle (Singtel TV Ch 203, StarHub Ch 407) & BBC Player, Wed, 9pm

Photo: BBC Lifestyle

Black Bird

Taron Edgerton plays a cop’s son serving a 10-year sentence in a minimum-security prison. There, he’s given two options — enter a maximum-security lockup for the criminally insane and procure intel from a suspected serial killer (Richard Jewell’s Paul Walter Hauser), or stay where he is and serve his full sentence with no possibility of parole. Based on a novel by Dennis Lehane (Mystic River), the six-part series also features one of the last performances by Ray Liotta, who died in May.

Photo: Apple TV+

Watch it on: Apple TV+, Fri

Photo: Apple TV+


This hit Taiwanese found-footage horror flick is loosely inspired by a true story about a family of cult worshippers. It’s up for nine nominations — including Best Narrative Feature — at this weekend’s Taipei Film Awards.

Watch it on: Netflix, Fri

Photo: Netflix 

Johnny vs Amber: From Love to Hate

Before they start suing each other again, revisit the highlights from the Johnny Depp-vs-Amber Heard defamation trial.

Watch it on: Rock Entertainment (Singtel TV Ch 318, StarHub Ch 509), Fri, 9.45pm

Photo: TPG News/Click Photos

How To Build A Sex Room

Why build an indoor garden in your flat, when you are do something more, er, adult instead? Pick up a tip or two from interior designer Melanie Rose (aka the Mary Poppins of sex rooms’) on constructing your own chamber conducive for some tender fornication and or general baby-making.


Watch it on: Netflix, Fri

Photo: Netflix 

Catching Worms: A Hong Kong True Crime Podcast, Season 3

Heard of the case of John MacLennan? No? You and me both. Well, MacLennan was a 29-year-old cop in the British colony in the 1980s and he was found dead in the police quarters in Ho Man Tin. His death was originally ruled as a suicide but as investigators dug deeper into the case, they realised that he could've be....murdered

Hear it on: iTunes, Spotify

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