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Binge-Worthy Buzz: A Bit Of Everything Just For You

Binge-Worthy Buzz: A Bit Of Everything Just For You

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Hello there, honeybees, how you doin’? Once again, we’re here for the weekly series Binge-Worthy Buzz, where we give you a list of new recommendations of what to watch next. There’s lots of things to cover this week, so let’s dive in!

We Cry Together

Everyone loves Kendrick Lamar, right? Right! So, how would you feel if we told you he has a new short film out inspired by his song ‘We Cry Together.’ Yes, folks, if you thought the song hit hard, you are not prepared for this six-minute short film.

During those six minutes we follow a couple through a big fight where they’re constantly throwing insults at each other. But that’s the bit we already knew from the song, let’s talk about the other amazing thing about the film: it was all filmed in one shot! Yes, we’re talking about a six-minute sequence shot with live vocals! Not only are they acting the whole thing in one go, Kendrick and Taylour Paige are rapping the whole thing in one go too. How cool is that?



Coming of age stories are always a good choice when we don’t know what to watch because at least we can all relate to the feeling of growing up. And the BBC show Ladhood is no different. Since 2019, the show recounts the teenage adventures of comedian Liam Williams from his own point of view. The show started as a radio show on BBC Radio 4, then it became a TV show for BBC iPlayer and now it’s on Hulu.

The first two seasons were available already, and the third and final season premiered just this week. Through the show, Liam recalls what his adolescence was like and how it impacted his current personality. But the cool part is that this isn’t just happening via Liam telling us what happened, we actually get flashbacks to young Liam, played by Oscar Kennedy, and his friends from that time. If you’ll excuse us, we’re going to watch this and be a little sad that this’ll be the last season.


In Monarch, we meet the Roman family, the leaders of the country music scene in Texas. The head of the house is Dottie Cantrell Roman, a.k.a. the Queen of Country Music. At her side is her husband, “Texas Truthteller” Albie Roman. Lastly, there’s their aspiring singer-daughter, Nicky Roman. The family is synonymous with success and authenticity… such a shame that the foundation of all that success is a lie.

And from what we’ve heard, that lie is at risk of being exposed, which could cost all that the family has built over the years. But if it’s up to Nicky, that will not happen. Ever. Considering she’s the direct heir to the empire her parents built, it’s understandable that she’d want to keep it quiet. We can smell the drama and we can’t wait to watch it on September 12 on Hulu.

If These Walls Could Sing

We know Disney Original Documentary always brings some of the greatest stories ever. This time, it’s the story of the iconic Abbey Road Studios. If These Walls Could Sing is directed by Mary McCartney and is set to debut at the Telluride Film Festival. Then, it’ll be at other festivals, and a while after that, it’ll be available on Disney+ for all of us to watch.

Mary McCartney is known as an incredible photographer, and this will be her debut as a documentary director. How fitting that it is about Abbey Road Studios, where so many great artists have recorded, including her dad, Paul McCartney, with The Beatles. Paul also happens to be one of the people she interviewed for the film, along with other great names like Elton John and Kate Bush, among others. And don’t forget, we’re seeing this story through the eyes of someone who literally grew up there.

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Best In Dough

We’ve reached the moment in Binge-Worthy Buzz where we recommend you a new reality show. This week, our chosen show is Best In Dough. Available on Hulu on September 19, the show will have pizza lovers competing to see who has the top pizza-slinging skills.

Hulu is bringing two of our favorite things together: competition and pizza. Yes, we’re aware nearly everybody loves pizza, but our point still stands. All we know is that this competition is going to be hot like a pizza oven and we can’t wait to see who’ll take home the prize… and the right to brag to everyone about their pizza-making skills.

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The Ed Sullivan Show On Pluto TV

Long before Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, and company, there was Ed Sullivan. The Ed Sullivan Show is the greatest primetime variety show ever. The show aired from 1948 until 1971, and that’s where many great names had their big breaks. We’re talking The Beatles’ first appearance on American TV-level stuff. Some other great names include The Jackson 5, The Rolling Stones, and many more.

But you may be wondering why we’re talking about a show that ended before many of us were even born. Well, we’re talking about it because The Ed Sullivan Show just got a channel on Pluto TV. So many hours of TV gold, available 24/7 under the Classic TV category. So many of them are so memorable we at least know about them today. Now we get to actually watch them!


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