The 13 best things to stream this weekend

  • Check out new movies like "Orion and the Dark" this weekend.

  • Recent TV premieres like "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" and "Feud: Capote vs. The Swans" are also available.

  • Older films like "X" and "Pacific Rim" are also newly streaming.

It's been a busy week for TV fans.

The finale of "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" aired Tuesday, wrapping up the first season of the Disney+ adaptation of Rick Riordan's beloved YA book series. Ryan Murphy's hit FX anthology series "Feud" finally returned for its second season, this one chronicling writer Truman Capote's fallout with his "swans."

Over in the reality TV realm, "Vanderpump Rules" returned post-Scandoval for its 11th season, and four farmers got "The Bachelor" treatment on "Farmer Wants a Wife."

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.

If you want something to watch with your kids, check out "Orion and the Dark"...

Orion and the Dark
"Orion and the Dark" is on Netflix now.DreamWorks Animation

This animated fantasy adventure comedy was written by Charlie Kaufman ("Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"). It follows Orion (Jacob Tremblay), an elementary school boy who must confront his irrational fear of the dark when a literal embodiment of it voiced by Paul Walter Hauser takes him on an adventure.

Streaming on: Netflix

...or the finale of "Percy Jackson and the Olympians"

Walker Scobell as Percy Jackson in "Percy Jackson and the Olympians"
The first season finale of Disney+'s "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" aired this week.David Bukach/Disney

"Percy Jackson and the Olympians," based on the bestselling Rick Riordan YA fantasy book series, ended its first season with a thrilling finale. The entire season is available to stream now.

Streaming on: Disney+

If you want sexy spy action, binge "Mr. & Mrs. Smith"

donald glover and maya erskine in mr. and mrs. smith, laying on their stomachs on a carpet nad holding their faces close together
"Mr. and Mrs. Smith" reboots the 2005 movie.David Lee/Prime Video

Donald Glover and Francesca Sloane's reimagining of the 2005 Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie film "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" puts a new spin on the spy premise. Come for the action, stay for Glover looking real good.

Streaming on: Prime Video

If you want a new prestige TV show to get wrapped up in, watch "Feud: Capote vs. The Swans"...

Naomi Watts as Babe Paley in "Feud: Capote Vs. The Swans"
Naomi Watts as Babe Paley in "Feud: Capote Vs. The Swans."Pari Dukovic/FX

The second season of Ryan Murphy's anthology drama "Feud" follows writer Truman Capote and the fallout that ensued when he betrayed some of his socialite friends. The first two episodes, which premiered Wednesday, feature award-worthy performances right out of the gate, particularly from Tom Hollander as Capote and Naomi Watts as Babe Paley.

Streaming on: Hulu

...or "Expats"

Nicole Kidman as Margaret in "Expats"
"Expats" was adapted from Janice Y. K. Lee's novel "The Expatriates."Jupiter Wong/Prime Video

The Nicole Kidman-led drama, created by Lulu Wang and adapted from Janice Y. K. Lee's 2016 novel "The Expatriates," has been airing weekly since its premiere on January 26. Catch up this weekend by watching the first three episodes.

Streaming on: Prime Video

If you want reality TV drama, look no further than the "Vanderpump Rules" season 11 premiere...

Scheana Shay, Katie Maloney in "Vanderpump Rules" season 11
"Vanderpump Rules" returns post-Scandoval.Casey Durkin/Bravo

"Vanderpump Rules" fans were waiting with bated breath to see how the show would deal with the aftermath of "Scandoval," the infamous cheating scandal that blew up the show and led to the exit of Rachel "Raquel" Leviss after her affair with costar Ariana Madix's longterm partner Tom Sandoval. Season 11, which premiered this week and is streaming now, promises no shortage of new drama.

Streaming on: Peacock, Hulu

...or for reality dating, "Farmer Wants a Wife"

Melody with Farmer Ty in the premiere "Meet The New Farmers!" episode of "Farmer Wants a Wife"
Four farmers get "The Bachelor" treatment.Mark Hill/FOX

There's no shortage of reality dating shows out there, but for something a little more niche than "The Bachelor" (also airing now, and streamable on Hulu), check out these four guys in their fun hats looking for love.

Streaming on: Hulu

If you want a horror movie, check out "X"

Mia Goth as Maxine Minx in "X."
Mia Goth as Maxine Minx in "X."A24

Ti West kicked off his acclaimed horror trilogy with "X," a thrilling slasher featuring Mia Goth in a dual role that's too good to spoil for you.

Streaming on: Netflix

If you want comedy, tune in to the final season premiere of "Curb Your Enthusiasm"

Larry David in "Curb Your Enthusiasm" season 12
Larry David in "Curb Your Enthusiasm" season 12.John Johnson/HBO

Don't let Larry David's recent assault of Elmo stop you from tuning in. The twelfth and final season of the long-running HBO cringe comedy premieres Sunday.

Streaming on: Max

If you want true crime, check out "Secrets of Polygamy"

A photo of Rachel Jeffs, in a white dress and voluminous hairstyle, posing with father Warren Jeffs, in a blue shirt, from when Rachel was 15 years old.
A photo of Rachel Jeffs Blackmore and Warren Jeffs from "Secrets of Polygamy."A+E Networks

The first four episodes of this chilling 10-episode A&E docuseries about polygamist cults, like Warren Jeffs' Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, are out now.

Streaming on: A&E TV and Hulu

If you want a docuseries, check out "Kings From Queens: A RUN DMC Story"...

Run-D.M.C. pose at the Grammy Awards in 1988.Gary Gershoff/MediaPunch/IPX via AP

Go behind the scenes and learn the real story of RUN DMC with this three-part docuseries, which includes interviews with the members themselves.

Streaming on: Peacock

...or "Alexander: The Making of a God"

"Alexander: The Making of a God"
"Alexander: The Making of a God" features historical reenactments.Netflix

If you're interested in something historical, Netflix's new docuseries about Alexander the Great uses dramatic re-enactments to tell the story of the legendary conqueror.

Streaming on: Netflix

If you want to see giant robots punch giant monsters, check out "Pacific Rim"

pacific rim background
"Pacific Rim."Warner Bros.

Never forget Ron Perlman getting all lubed up in kaiju guts.

Streaming on: Netflix

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