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‘At home with the Furys’ and a dog movie for adults – what to watch this week


By Sarah Finnan
14th Aug 2023

Courtesy of Netflix © 2023

‘At home with the Furys’ and a dog movie for adults – what to watch this week

From season three of the Disney+ hit Only Murders in the Building to a Tyson Fury documentary featuring Tommy and Molly Mae, here's what to watch this week.

Monday, August 14

Only Murders in the Building, Disney+

Technically, season 3 landed on Disney+ last week but as there was no entertainment round-up, I felt compelled to include it here so you don’t miss out! This time, Charles, Oliver and Mabel investigate a murder behind the scenes at a Broadway show. Steve Martin, Martin Short,  Selena Gomez, Paul Rudd and Meryl Streep star.

Tuesday, August 15

Strange Planet, Apple TV+

Another one that came out last week, Strange Planet is based on the New York Times bestselling graphic novel and social media phenomenon of the same name. A 10-episode animated series for adults, it’s a hilarious and perceptive look at a distant world not unlike our own. Set in a whimsical world of cotton candy pinks and purples, relatable blue beings explore the absurdity of everyday human traditions… which seems apt given the recent whisperings of  ‘non-human’ bodies and activities. 

Wednesday, August 16

At home with the Furys, Netflix 

 

Heavyweight champion of the world Tyson Fury attempts to navigate retirement, his mental health and hectic family life alongside his wife Paris, brother Tommy and his new fiancée Molly Mae Hague.

Thursday, August 17 

Red, White & Royal Blue, Prime Video

Based on the New York Times bestseller, Red, White & Royal Blue centers around Alex, the president’s son, and Britain’s Prince Henry whose long-running feud threatens to drive a wedge in U.S./British relations. When the rivals are forced into a staged truce, their icy relationship begins to thaw and the friction between them sparks something deeper than they ever expected.

Friday, August 18

Shelter, Prime Video

Harlan Coben’s Shelter follows the story of teenage Mickey Bolitar and his newfound friends as they attempt to uncover the mystery behind a slew of disappearances in their hometown.

Saturday, August 19

Strays, in cinemas nationwide 

Brought to you by the creative team behind R-rated comedies like Ted and Sausage Party, Strays is a child-like movie (it’s about talking dogs) for adults (there is some very choice language throughout). Will Ferrell voices Reggie, a naïve, relentlessly optimistic Border Terrier, who is abandoned on the mean city streets by his lowlife owner, Doug (Will Forte)… if the trailer is anything to go by, this will have you laughing the whole way through. 

Sunday, August 20

Serial Killer Capital: Baton Rouge, Sky Crime 

Photo courtesy Sky Crime

From 1994-2004, more than 36 women are brutally murdered in the city of Baton Rouge in Louisiana. Investigators struggled for more than a decade until evidence finally led them to a terrifying conclusion – there were different murderers stalking Baton Rouge at the same time. 

Featured image courtesy of Netflix.