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Stuff To Watch This Week (Nov 7-13, 2022)

Can’t get enough of the British royal family? The Crown returns for its fifth season this week!

 

Stuff To Watch This Week (Nov 7-13, 2022)

Hear U Out, Season 3

What has former Mediacorp artiste Phyllis Quek been busy with these days besides, you know, not acting?

Watch it on: meWATCH, Thur

 

King of Culinary: The Final Showdown

All roads lead to this four-part series where the home cooks Gopica ‘Rasathi’ Rasisah, Zakiyah Jaleel and Tran Thi Ngoc Anh Hue, the respective winners of Raja Kaiya Vecha, Raja Kulinari and 三把刀, vie for the title (shouldn’t it be called Queen of Culinary?), the S$10,000 cash prize, and a laser-etched KOC grand champion knife. With Hossan Leong as host.

Watch it on: meWATCH, Channel 5 & Mediacorp Entertainment on YouTube, Sun, 9.30pm

Cool Hotels

Season finale! Allan Wu checks into Terme di Saturnia in Tuscany, Italy, a spa resort surrounded by natural spring water. (One night in the Superior Room can set you back €579 or S$810.)

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

Camokakis: Whole Lot Fall In

Actor Iswan Ismail, Fried Rice Paradise’s Cheryl Chou, 88.3 Jia DJ Ben Lee and influencer Julian Tay undergo airborne trooper training before they perform a tandem jump 3km above ground.

Watch it on: meWATCH & Channel 5, Wed, 8pm

Revenge of Others

 

Korean thriller starring Shin Ye-Eun (He is Psychometric) as a high school student and ace shooting athlete who enrolls at an academy to investigate her twin brother’s death. She teams up with another schoolmate (All of Us are Dead’s Loman) to flush out the culprit(s). Bullies beware: these guys mean business.

Watch it on: Disney+, Wed

Don't Worry Darling

Olivia Wilde’s sexy, scandal-plagued psychological thriller debuts on streaming! If it weren’t for the headline-grabbing incidents, would the movie still be as interesting? Discuss this with your parents.  

Watch it on: HBO Go, Mon

Photo: HBO Go 

The Crown, Season 5

And speaking of scandals, the Windsor soap opera is back! The 1990s-set season features an all-new cast, including Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Dominic West as Prince Charles, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Phillip, and Jonny Lee Miller as Prime Minister John Major. The penultimate season will cover Diana’s divorce (and her death in a car crash), and the Winsdor Castle fire that sparked a public uproar over who should pay for the restoration.

Watch it on: Netflix, Wed (from 4pm)

Photos: Keith Bernstein/Netflix

Save Our Squad with David Beckham

This four-part docu-series sees the former England captain returning to his East London roots to mentor Westward Lions, a grassroots team struggling at the bottom of the league — the same league where Beckham got his start in football.

Watch it on: Disney+, Wed

Photo: James Turner/Disney+

Falling For Christmas

A Yuletide makeover (though not officially acknowledged) of Overboard, with Lindsay Lohan (in the first of two Netflix projects) as a hotel mogul’s daughter who suffers from amnesia following a skiing accident.  She then finds herself in the care of Chord Overstreet’s blue-collar lodge owner and his precious daughter. Guess what happens next? George Young co-stars as the heiress’s influencer himbo boyfriend.

Watch it on: Netflix, Fri

Photo: Scott Everett/Netflix

Mythic Quest, Season 3

The overlooked workplace comedy sees Ian (Rob McElhenney) and Poppy (Charlotte Nicdao) taking on the titular former company with their new video game studio GrimPop.

Watch it on: Apple TV+, Fri

Photo: Apple TV+

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