Weekend views: A guide for what to watch now that the Olympics season is over
Our section weekend views helps you make your weekend more interesting, starting from web series to the T20 match.
After keeping your eyes glued to the Olympic games, here is our selection of films, TV shows, web series and matches you can catch up on at home on the weekend.
Catch up on these TV shows on the weekend:
Watch funny woman Julia Louis Dreyfus play senator Selina Meyer who gets an opportunity to serve as the Vice President of the United States. Watch her as she tries to prevent various political uproars and juggles her public as well as private life.
Watch it on Star World Premiere at 9pm on Friday 26 August 2016.
A lawyer, whose law degree has been revoked, is compelled to join the Greendale Community College. Students of diverse temperaments join his study group which leads to quirky and memorable encounters. This brilliant comedy show stars
Watch it 12pm onward on Saturday 27 August 2016.
Films on TV:
The zombie apocalypse is coming! This satirical comedy follows student in search of his parents, a man in search of his last Twinkie and two sisters join forces to survive the zombie infestation while travelling across America.
Watch it on Zee Studio at 9pm on Friday 26 August 2016.
Hipsterhood is web series created and written by Indian-American director Shilpi Roy. Two hipsters living in Silver Lake, Las Angeles: Cereal Guy and Faux Fur Girl fall in love with each other. With each episode being under five minutes, this web series is perfect to binge watch on a rainy Sunday afternoon.
Watch it on the Youtube channel Hipsterhood.
India vs West Indies T20
West Indies faces India in two Twenty-20 internationals in Florida on 27 and 28 August 2016. The match will prove to be a crucial juncture testing Carlos Brathwaite's credentials as the skipper.
Watch the match at live at 7:20 pm on Star Sports 1 on 27 and 28 August 2016.
About 20,000 people from the 19 villages of the Kumawat community have shifted to different cities of Maharashtra, Gujarat and southern states and they will also be required to follow the rules even if they performed rituals in the cities they are living in
A protest was staged by members of the Muslim community near the Divisional Commissioner's office in the Delhi gate area of Aurangabad on Friday
In the IPL this season, Sanju Samson scored 458 runs in 17 games for the Rajasthan Royals at an excellent strike rate of 146.79. He will now be a part of the Indian side that will tour Ireland later this month.