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The arrival of Disney's new streaming platform, Disney+, allows you to watch a huge chunk of the brand's back catalog whenever you want. That will certainly help make your weeks go by faster—but for those of you looking to break up your Lizzie McGuire marathons, the below list should help. All of these movies and TV shows are guaranteed to give you a work week boost. Happy watching!
Sunday, November 17
Disney+ Disney's new streaming platform, which gives you access to all your childhood favorite movies and TV shows. See above for purchase information.
"Freak Like Me" The latest music video from singer-rapper Brooke Candy. “‘Freak Like Me’ is a song that my 13-year-old-self wanted and needed to embrace every element of me that has been misunderstood,” Brooke says about the song. “I’ve always felt like an outcast for being myself, but I don’t know any other way to live. My hope is that this song uplifts those who are disenfranchised or ostracized for being themselves and inspires people to find their inner freak." Her debut album, Sexorcism, is out now.
The Crown Season three of Netflix's hit show about the royals sees Olivia Colman stepping into Queen Elizabeth II's shoes, while Helena Bonham Carter is playing Princess Margaret. Find out more details here. Streaming on Netflix
Monday, November 18
Blind Date A reboot of the popular 2000s dating game show, this series features singles going on—you guessed it—blind dates and attempting to bridge real connections. 11:30 p.m. ET on Bravo
Tuesday, November 19
Iliza Shlesinger: Unveiled Shlesinger illuminates the ridiculousness of wedding planning and marriage in this new stand-up special. Streaming on Netflix
Wednesday, November 20
Democratic Presidential Debate Yeah, you should watch this. 9 p.m. ET on MSNBC
Thursday, November 21
The Knight Before Christmas A knight from 1334 time travels to the present day and woos a science teacher, played by Vanessa Hudgens. What more could you ask for in a holiday rom-com? Streaming on Netflix
Friday, November 22
Dolly Parton's Heartstrings A new, Lifetime-adjacent fiction series in which each episode is based on a Dolly Parton song. Cue all the tears. Streaming on Netflix
Frozen 2 Speaking of tears: Elsa and Anna are back for a new adventure that takes them far away from Arendelle. Alexa, play "Let It Go." In theaters
Saturday, November 23
Picture a Perfect Christmas Read Hallmark's official description for this series, below. 8 p.m. ET on Hallmark
"The movie centers around a photographer who returns home for the holiday to look after her grandmother and ends up lending a helping hand to a neighbor who needs assistance watching his nephew."
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