The 9 best things to stream this weekend, from a new season of ‘The Bear’ to a heartbreaking Celine Dion doc

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    “The Bear” and “The Mole” both returned with new seasons this week.”Killers of the Flower Moon” star Lily Gladstone stars in a new movie that’s now streaming.Netflix also has a new reality show about luxury realtors.

    What do “The Bear” and “The Mole” have in common?

    Aside from both having the name of an animal in their title, they’re also both back with new episodes this week.

    FX’s critically acclaimed dramedy starring Jeremy Allen White as a young chef in Chicago returned for its third season. Over on Netflix, the reality competition series “The Mole” is back for its second outing on the streamer, with the first five episodes of the season out now.

    There are also two new documentaries about powerful women worth checking out.

    Here’s a complete rundown of all the best movies, shows, and documentaries to stream this weekend, broken down by what kind of entertainment you’re looking for.

    A new season of “The Bear” is out nowJeremy Allen White as Carmy in season three of “The Bear.”


    All 10 episodes of the FX hit’s third season were released Wednesday night, thanks to the show’s controversial all-at-once drop schedule. It picks up right after the season two finale.

    Some critics are calling the new season too indulgent for its own good, but most agree it’s still one of the best TV shows right now.

    Streaming on: Hulu

    Fashion lovers should check out “Diane von Furstenberg: Woman in Charge”Von Furstenberg’s life is detailed in “Woman In Charge.”


    The celebrated fashion designer gets the documentary treatment in a film co-directed by Trish Dalton and Oscar-winner Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy. It tracks von Furstenberg’s background as the child of a Holocaust survivor growing up in post-World War II Europe all the way through her career today.

    “Woman in Charge” premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this month but just got a global streaming release this week.

    Streaming on: Hulu

    Music fans can tune in to “I Am: Celine Dion”Dion in her documentary.

    Amazon Studios

    The iconic singer opens up about her life and her health struggle with Stiff Person Syndrome in an emotional new documentary.

    “I Am: Celine Dion” is raw and moving, with Dion emotionally opening up about powering through her pain to continue performing before her diagnosis was made public and admitting she “could’ve died” from the high dosages of Valium she was taking to manage her condition while on tour.

    Streaming on: Prime Video

    Live vicariously through luxury realtors by watching “Owning Manhattan”The cast of the new show “Owning Manhattan” on Netflix.

    Courtesy of Netflix

    Step aside, “Selling Sunset.” Netflix’s latest reality show about luxury real-estate brokers shifts the focus to the East Coast and to Ryan Serhant, the mogul behind one of the largest brokerages in New York City who previously starred in Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing New York” for nine seasons.

    Streaming on: Netflix

    Or for a competition series fix, watch the new season of ‘The Mole’Who is The Mole?


    This is technically the seventh overall season of “The Mole,” which originally aired on ABC from 2001 to 2008 before being revived on Netflix in 2022, when the streamer released its first season of the reboot.

    Ari Shapiro takes over as host, but the format is still pretty much the same: Twelve players complete challenges to earn money toward a prize pot, all while one of those 12 is secretly trying to sabotage their earnings.

    Streaming on: Netflix

    True crime fans can check out “TikTok Star Murders”Ali Abubalan during his 2024 trial in San Diego.

    CBS 8 San Diego/YouTube

    This harrowing new true-crime documentary tells the story of TikToker Ali Abulaban, who was convicted of murdering his wife, Ana Abulaban, and her friend Rayburn Barron.

    Streaming on: Peacock

    Looking for a drama? Watch “Fancy Dance”Lily Gladstone is a rising star.

    Apple TV+

    “Killers of the Flower Moon” standout and Oscar nominee Lily Gladstone stars as Jax, an Indigenous woman living on an Oklahoma reservation who takes over caring for her niece after her sister goes missing in this family drama.

    Streaming on: Apple TV+

    For historical-fantasy vibes, tune into “My Lady Jane””My Lady Jane” is giving “Dickinson” vibes.

    Jonathan Prime/Prime Video

    If you liked how “Dickinson” played fast and loose with history, “My Lady Jane” will be your jam.

    The British series is a reimagining of the life of the real Lady Jane Grey, who was beheaded after nine days as the queen of England. In this version, there are also shape-shifting humans who can transform into animals, because why not?

    Streaming on: Prime Video

    For a home renovation show with a deeper message, watch “Breaking New Ground”Robert Hardwell bought a 200-year-old house.

    Courtesy of Max/WBD

    This new docuseries follows the uplifting story of Robert Hardwell, a gay Black Broadway performer, as he buys and gut-renovates a 200-year-old Plantation-style home in Massachusetts.

    Streaming on: Max

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