Three things to watch this weekend

Whether you fancy staying in or going out, here are a few shows to keep you entertained

FASHION: Rihanna's Savage X Fenty New York Fashion Week runway show is now available to watch (Image: Savage X Fenty/YouTube)

Top Boy

If you haven’t made the time to watch Top Boy season 3, which premiered in its entirety on Netflix last week Friday, there’s literally no other plans you should have this weekend. No excuses if you haven’t watched the first two seasons – they’re four episodes each so you can blitz through them before diving into this sensational season.

Both Ashley Walters (Dushane) and Kano (Sully) return to Summerhouse in the season that Drake made happen. The duo are central figures across the 10 episodes but space is also made for new faces – the likes of Michael Ward, who delivers a stellar performance as Jamie, Dave, who steals scenes as Modie, and Jasmine Jobson, who impressively plays newcomer Jaq.

Top Boy is available to stream on Netflix.

Savage X Fenty Show

The highly-anticipated second annual runway show to celebrate the new Autumn/Winter 2019 collection of lingerie designed by the music and fashion icon is now available for all to see – providing you have access to an Amazon Prime Video account.

Rihanna’s pushed boundaries with her music, her makeup line Fenty beauty and her personal style so it’s no surprise her lingerie collection does the same. Expect a combination of models of diverse body types and backgrounds, actors, dancers and performances from some of the hottest acts around, including Normani and Migos.

Plus the Amazon Prime Video special also features an exclusive look behind the scenes at the making of the show.

Savage X Fenty Show is available to watch now on Amazon Prime.

Making the Gift

Despite her incredible public persona, Beyoncé is known for being extremely private. However, she has been providing fans with behind the scenes insights with the release of recent documentaries.

First, Homecoming: A film by Beyoncé which chronicled her historic Coachella performance, and now Making the Gift, which gives viewers a glimpse into the process of creating her Lion King-inspired album.

In the ABC documentary, viewers get a rare sighting of Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s two-year-old twins Rumi and Sir and get to see how the superstar, who voiced the character of Nala in Disney’s The Lion King, put together the tracks for The Gift.  

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