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Ginny & Georgia, Netflix, season 1

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This week’s ‘What To Watch’ TV list features shows that are perfect to binge with mom. As Mother’s Day weekend approaches, this is the perfect time to snuggle up on the couch with mommy to watch her favorites. Check out trailers for this week’s ‘What to Watch’ TV list inside.

Our ‘What to Watch’ TV list features programming that you will want to watch with mom. Whether or not you have mom in your life or in the physical, these shows are perfect to honor and mother yourself. This list will bring you joy, laughter, tears and action.

Our list features a Hulu documentary series worth binging with mom. In this week’s list, we have featured Hulu’s “Black Twitter: A People’s History.” This three-part documentary series directed by Prentice Penny looks at the rise, movements, voices and memes that made Black Twitter an influential and dominant force in nearly every aspect of American political and cultural life.

Other nostalgic series we featured on our list in lieu of their upcoming seasons include Netflix’s “Ginny & Georgia,” BET+’s “The Ms. Pat Show,” and “The Parkers.” Comment the shows you plan to binge with mom this weekend below.

Binge This Week’s ‘What To Watch’ TV List With Mom  was originally published on globalgrind.com

1. ‘Doctor Who’

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Stream May 10 on Disney+. 

2. ‘The Ms. Pat Show’

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Season 4 streams on May 23rd, but catch up on the first three seasons with mom on BET+. 

3. ‘Ginny & Georgia’

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The show returned to production on the next season recently. Catch up on the first two seasons on Netflix. 

4. ‘Black Twitter: A People’s History’

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Stream now on Hulu. 

5. ‘Abbott Elementary’

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Stream the latest episode of “Abbott Elementary” on Hulu. 

6. ‘Queens’

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Watch on National Geographic. 

7. ‘The Parkers’

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Stream on Netflix. 

8. ‘Lessons In Chemistry’

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Stream on Apple TV+. 

9. ‘Jane the Virgin’

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Stream on Netflix. 

10. ‘Extraordinary’

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Stream on Hulu.