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What’s on this weekend: Friday 19 – Sunday 21 February

by Holly O'Neill
19th Feb 2021

Read time: 2 minutes

In need of ideas on how to spend your evenings this weekend? Here are our TV and movie picks and streaming site additions to cozy up with.


I Care A Lot, Friday, Amazon Prime

Rosamund Pike and Peter Dinklage star in this timely thriller about conservatorships. Marla Grayson, played by Pike, runs a sinister, predatory operation manipulating senior citizens, until she meets Russian mafioso Roman Lunyov, played by Dinklage.

Bloodlands, Sunday, BBC1, 9pm

Looking to fill the Line Of Duty and Bodyguard shaped hole in your television life? Well, their creator Jed Mercurio has produced this new four-part BBC thriller. Set in Northern Ireland, James Nesbitt and Charlene McKenna stars as partners is on the hunt for a notorious cold-blooded serial killer called Goliath.

To Olivia

Roald Dahl and his wife Patricia Neal lost their daughter Olivia to measles-induced encephalitis when she was just seven years old. To Olivia, starring Keeley Hawes and Hugh Bonneville, is the story of how they steered through their grief.


The Sanatorium by Sarah Pearse, out now

Sarah Pearse’s thrilling, suspenseful debut is already a New York Times bestseller and Reese Witherspoons’ Book Club Pick for February. Detective Elin Warner has taken a break to the Swiss Alps to visit her estranged brother and his fiancee in an abandoned sanatorium turned modern hotel. She arrives in midst of a heavy storm and as access from the hotel is cut off, people begin to go missing.

Photography by Amazon Prime.