What to watch this weekend on TV and streaming

Shaun the Sheep: Adventures From Mossy Bottom

When to watch: Available Now on Netflix

This stop-motion charmer, part of the “Wallace and Gromit” universe, is a perfect show to watch with imaginative kids or extremely stressed adults. There is almost no dialogue but still plenty of story, most of it in the silly shenanigan vein, with a lot of physical humor and things that go splat. It’s wildly creative, about as cute as can be, not annoying at all, and each 13-minute episode is actually two even shorter episodes, making the “Can I watch one more?” question easy to answer.

Making the Cut

When to watch: Starting Friday, March 27 on Amazon

Debut reality competition series, in which 12 designers tackle international challenges to become the next global fashion brand. With one chance to “make the cut” the winner will capture a million-dollar investment. Hosted by “Project Runway” regulars Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, reuniting to discover the next global fashion brand.

Twilight Zone

When to watch: Anytime on CBS All Access (currently offering free 30-day trial)

If you missed the premiere of the new Twilight Zone, definitely tune in for Season 1. Episodes run 30-45 minutes each and there are ten total. Almost all are engaging, creepy, entertaining, or all three.

World Class Boxing Champion

When to watch: Friday, March 27 at 8 p.m LATV (Ch 44 in Arizona)

The next generation of boxers enter the ring to determine who will be the World Class Boxing Champion.

‘Living Room Concert for America’

When to watch: Sunday, March 29 at 7 p.m MST on FOX

Live one-hour benefit concert will be hosted by Elton John and feature performances by Billie Eilish, Mariah Carey, Tim McGraw, Alicia Keys, Camila Cabello, Sam Smith, and more (all broadcasting from their homes.

Garth Brooks: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize

When to watch: Sun 8 p.m on PBS

An all-star tribute to the country music icon, the youngest recipient of the prestigious prize.

Big Time Adolescence

When to watch: Available Now on HULU

A seemingly bright and mostly innocent 16-year-old named Mo (Griffin Gluck) attempts to navigate high school under the guidance of his best friend Zeke (Pete Davidson), an unmotivated-yet-charismatic college dropout. Although Zeke genuinely cares about Mo, things start to go awry as he teaches Mo nontraditional life lessons.

Tiger King

When to watch: Available Now on Netflix

A zoo owner spirals out of control amid a cast of eccentric characters in this true murder-for-hire story from the underworld of big cat breeding.

Jeff Kode

Jeff Kode has previously written articles for The Arizona Republic, as well as other publications including Echo Magazine and IONAZ Magazine. He is an enthusiastic movie lover, and enjoys discovering new music. He was previously on air middays with his own show The Sugar Rush, 6-9 am on The Morning Beat with Steve and Jeff, and can now be heard during the afternoon drive 3 to 5 pm at 88.7 The Pulse.