“Mr. Robot” Season 1 (Amazon Prime)
The first season of USA’s surprise-hit drama “Mr. Robot” made its streaming debut on Amazon Prime last month, perfect timing for a long weekend binge ahead of the Season 2 premiere on July 13.
“The Fundamentals of Caring” (Netflix)
Paul Rudd and Selena Gomez star in Rob Burnett‘s “The Fundamentals of Caring,” which hit Netflix last month after making its debut at the Sundance film festival in January.
“The Night Of” premiere (HBO Now)
Seeking to capitalize on the surge in popularity of TV crime dramas, HBO made the first episode of James Gandolfini‘s passion project “The Night Of” available on its streaming platforms ahead of the June 10 series premiere.
“Marco Polo” Seasons 1-2 (Netflix)
“Marco Polo” flew under the radar when it first premiered all the way back in December 2014, but for fans of Netflix’s historical drama, the long wait for Season 2 comes to an end this weekend. The new season premieres on the streaming platform on Friday.
“Independence Day” (HBO Now)
Before you catch the long-awaited sequel in theaters, the first “Independence Day” movie, starring Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum, is available to stream on HBO Now and HBO Go.
“Difficult People” Season 1 (Hulu)
Catch up on the entire first season of Hulu’s “Difficult People,” starring Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner as a pair of forever-disgruntled New Yorkers, before the comedy returns for Season 2 on July 12.
“Back to the Future” trilogy (Netflix)
All three films in Robert Zemeckis‘ classic time-travel adventure series “Back to the Future” hit Netflix this month, perfect for a Fourth of July movie marathon.
“Kill Bill” Vol. 1 and 2 (Amazon Prime)
Both of Quentin Tarantino‘s “Kill Bill” movies, starring a vengeful Uma Thurman, are available to stream with an Amazon Prime subscription for those seeking a bloody pair of films for the holiday weekend.
“Orange Is the New Black” Seasons 1-4 (Netflix)
The fourth season of Netflix’s “Orange Is the New Black” made waves with a controversial twist last month, but if you haven’t gotten around to it yet, celebrate America’s freedom and independence this weekend with a visit to Litchfield Penitentiary.
“UnReal” Season 1 (Hulu)
Lifetime surprised everyone last summer with the critically acclaimed “UnReal,” a dark satire of the reality TV industry starring Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer, which has continued to earn raves with the currently airing second season. The entire first season is currently available to stream on Hulu.
“Scandal” Season 1-5 (Netflix)
Less than two months after its finale on ABC, the Season 5 of Shonda Rhimes‘ twisty political drama “Scandal” is available to stream on Netflix.
“Game of Thrones” Seasons 1-6 (HBO Now)
If you somehow missed what at times felt like the most popular season of the most ubiquitous show on television, this weekend is the perfect opportunity to binge every episode of “Game of Thrones,” available on HBO’s streaming platforms.
“The Great British Baking Baking Show” Season 1 (Netflix)
Another season of “The Great British Baking Show” debuts on PBS on Friday, but fans of England’s greatest export can watch the entire first season (the fifth to air in the U.K.) on Netflix now.