Updated: Nov 3, 2020
With the weekend setting in, it's time to figure out your plans for the days ahead. While going out might be on the dow-low given the pandemic, there's no better time than now to tuck into bed or lounge on a comfy sofa, grab a glass on wine and catch-up on some of the must-watch TV shows. From comedy shows like F.R.I.E.N.D.S to scandals on the Upper East Side, and the Indian tradition of arranged marriage reflected in Indian Matchmaking, we've curated a list of TV shows to prep you up this weekend. P.S. don't forget a side of popcorn or a pizza to get you in the mood.
If you're a foodie who's trying to get creative in the kitchen, here's all the inspiration you need. From a new cooking technique to creating a beautiful plate of food, this will leave you awe-inspired. n't love the Upper East Side?
Witty, unforced, glamorous & a fun watch. The newest drop on Netflix, Masaba Masaba takes us into the mother-daughter relation via fictionalized versions of their experiences. From high fashion outfits to ideas of self-worth and self-confidence, this show is a must-watch.
Seema aunty has become a favourite amongst people worldwide with her matchmaking skills. Based on the age-old custom of arranged marriages in India, this is sure to give you a taste of what weddings in the Indian tradition look like.
Do you like a little thrill? Then add this to you watch-list. Marking Bollywood actor, Sushmita Sen's comeback, this is based on a Ditch-drama series aboout the story of a wife and mother, who takes charge of her husband's business to tie the loose ends after he's murdered.
Always wanted to know what it feels like to be a royal? Here's your chance to get transported into the life of a royal. Trace the life of a queen Elizabeth II as a 25-year old newly faced with prospects of leading the worlds most famous monarchy.
If you're a foodie who's trying to get creative in the kitchen, here's all the inspiration you need. From new cooking technique to creating a beautiful plate of food, this will leave you awe-inspired.
A re-run for the millionth time? Sure! Spend your day in enjoyment, and have a hearty laugh with this instant pick-me-up.
Fashion inspiration or a little bit of high school scandal? No matter how many times you've watched this, Blair, Chuck, Serena, Nate, Dan, Vanessa and Jenny's drama never gets old. After all, who doesn't love the Upper East Side?