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Need something to watch this weekend? Here's what we're watching at Channel 7

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Posted at 1:06 PM, Mar 27, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-27 14:12:43-04

(WXYZ) — It's the first weekend of Michigan's stay-at-home order, and the weather doesn't look great, so it's likely most of us will be inside for much of the weekend.

That means you may be looking for a new show to watch, and we've talked with our anchors, reporters and meteorologists to see what they're watching. Check out their suggestions below.

Brad Galli

With two kids under three, it’s mostly Frozen, Frozen II, and other Disney movies. And that’s fine. We just aren’t watching the trendiest binge-watching shows like most people are right now.

In the night when our kids sleep, I watch The Office. I can never, ever get enough.

Older Adam Sandler movies are like comfort food in our house. And I love comfort food. Happy Gilmore and Grown Ups have some of the best stupid humor. Sandler’s Netflix standup special is awesome, too.

The Ocean’s movies, Harry Potter movies, and Star Wars movies are my reliable desserts. In times like these, I like turning to what I know — and what I know I love.

Dave Rexroth

Dave's suggestions are all better if the kids aren't around!

Succession on HBO
Killing Eve on Hulu
Fleabag Amazon

Syma Chowdhry

Syma said she's catching up on the "Real Housewives" shows, as well as watching "Manifest."

She said she plans to start Tiger King soon, but with the kids home, her TV has been taken over by cartoons on Netflix and Disney+

Ross Jones

Ross said he's planning to watch the new season of "Ozark" on Netflix, which just came out on Friday. He's also always watching The Great British Baking Show.

Heather Catallo

Heather said she's watching Outlander and planning to binge the new season of Ozark. Also, she's watching old Disney favorites on Disney+.

Brian Abel

Brian is catching up on the newest season of Ozark and Westworld, as well as watching Tiger King.

He also suggests Man in the High Castle on Amazon Prime and The Wonderlist on CNN.

Jim Kiertzner

Jim's suggestion is on par with what we're all sort of dealing with right now. It's the movie "Contagion."

Kim Russell

Kim said she's watching Homeland, America's Funniest Home Videos because it makes her toddler crack up, Daniel Tiger and Sesame Street, and Emergece. Plus, of course, 7 Action News!