Things to Sling 06.08.18 White Wine Edition

Things to Sling: White Wine Edition

The summer is long and full of children, and there’s no shame in needing a break this early in the season. If you decide to take some quiet time this weekend, lucky for you there are several fun shows + some much-loved movies that each pair nicely with a chilled Chardonnay. Click the links in the titles below to watch from the comfort of your Chrome web browser.

1. American Woman

Alicia Silverstone is back in the lead in Paramount Network’s newest comedyAmerican Woman, inspired by RHOBH star Kyle Richards’ wild, Beverly-Hills-in-the-’70s upbringing. New episodes air Thursdays at 10pm ET only on Paramount Network.

2. Clueless

If American Woman leaves you feeling nostalgic for vintage ’90s Cher Horowitz, then STARZ has you covered. Watch Clueless and meditate on whether you could pull off yellow plaid at the office.

3. Blast From the Past

TBS also offers Blast From the Past, a late-’90s time capsule starring Silverstone and Trust‘s Brendan Fraser. (Probably going to want to refill that glass first, though.)

4. Younger

More of a Sutton Foster or Hilary Duff fan? TV Land has EVERY EPISODE of fan-favorite Younger, with new episodes every Tuesday at 10pm ET.

5. Claws

Perhaps the best news you’ll hear all weekend besides “There’s still another bottle,” TNT’s Claws is back for season two! Rewatch the second half of season one on demand and don’t miss the season premiere on Sunday, June 10th at 9pm ET.

6. Dietland

In case you’re feeling fired up, AMC’s Dietland features Joy Nash and Julianna Margulies, plus a militant group of women who kill prominent male harassers (sort of the anti-Handmaid’s Tale). Catch up on the premiere of this timely feminist revenge fantasy before episode two airs Sunday night at 9pm ET, followed by Aisha Tyler’s new aftershow / talk show, Unapologetic.

7. Fifty Shades Freed

And finally, if you’re feeling literary(?) after so much wine, then rent the acclaimed(?) adaptation of E. L. James’ Fifty Shades Freed ($4.99 SD; $5.99 HD). You can also catch the first and second movies in the trilogy on USA and Cinemax, respectively.

Make it to Monday without leaving your couch?



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