What to Watch This Week!

Just like going to the movie theater alone can be a singularly joyous “treat yo self” excursion, solo home-viewing can be a great experience too!

To help those solo-fliers get through the next little while, we pulled together a list of movies/series perfect for watching alone for all of those reasons. 


Jane Austen’s novels regularly get adapted into movies and TV shows. Dakota Johnson stars as heroine Anne Elliot, a wallflower who’s still heartbroken after calling off an engagement to humble naval officer at the urging of her snobby family. 

Years later, she encounters him again, Anne longs to reignite their romance, but is uncertain if Wentworth still loves her and can forgive her. 

The Sea Beast

it’s worth taking a voyage with Netflix’s original movie The Sea Beast. Directed and co-written by Chris Williams (the co-director of Moana and Big Hero 6, among others), the movie has now sailed onto Netflix after being released in select cinemas.

In The Soop: Friendcation

In The Soop: Friendcation will lend audiences a close look at the five celebrity friends, as they embark on a surprise trip to the South Korean country to unwind together.


Candy Montgomery is a 1980’s housewife and mother who did everything right: a good husband, two kids, even the careful planning and execution of transgressions, but when the pressure of conformity builds up, her actions scream for a bit of freedom.

Extraordinary Attorney Woo

Brilliant attorney Woo Young-woo tackles challenges in the courtroom and beyond as a newbie at a top law firm and a woman on the autism spectrum. She has a high IQ of 164, outstanding memory, and a creative way of thinking, however she has low emotional intelligence and poor social skills.

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