What to stream this weekend: 'See' Season 2, 'Vacation Friends'

See star Jason Momoa arrives on the red carpet at the Season 8 premiere of Game of Thrones in April 2019. File Photo by John Angelillo/UPI
"See" star Jason Momoa arrives on the red carpet at the Season 8 premiere of "Game of Thrones" in April 2019. File Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License Photo

Aug. 27 (UPI) -- Jason Momoa returns for See Season 2, Lil Rel Howery has his wedding crashed by John Cena in Vacation Friends and She's All That is reimagined as He's All That this weekend.

In addition, Pen 15 goes animated for a new special, Cruella becomes available to Disney+ subscribers at no extra charge and PBS is airing a concert version of Broadway's Wicked.


Here's a rundown on some of the films, television shows and more that are set to be released this weekend.


'Vacation Friends' -- Hulu

Lil Rel Howery and Yvonne Orji cross paths with thrill-seeking couple John Cena and Meredith Hagner in this raunchy comedy, which is coming to Hulu on Friday. Howery and Orji meet Cena and Hagner while on vaction in Mexico where they have a few wild nights of fun. Howery and Orji then can't get rid of the pair after they show up to their wedding unannounced.

'He's All That' -- Netflix

TikTok star Addison Rae wants to turn antisocial classmate Tanner Buchana into the school prom king to get back at her cheating boyfriend in He's All That, which premieres Friday on Netflix. The film is a gender-swapped remake of 1999's She's All That and features original star Rachael Leigh Cook as Rae's mother.


'Cruella' -- Disney+

Emma Stone takes on the role of Cruella de Vil from 101 Dalmatians in this live-action origin story, which is coming to Disney+ subscribers at no extra charge on Friday. Stone wants to take over the fashion world and seeks revenge against Emma Thompson. Joel Fry, Paul Walter Hauser, Emily Beecham and Mark Strong also star.


'See' Season 2 -- Apple TV+

Jason Momoa clashes with David Bautista in Season 2 of See, which begins Friday on Apple TV+. Momoa and Bautista portray estranged brothers with Bautista capturing Momoa's daughter, played by Nesta Cooper. See takes place centuries after a virus has wiped out most of humanity, except for about 2 million blind people who are trying to rebuild society.

'Pen 15' animated special -- Hulu

Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle go animated in a new Pen 15 special, which arrives Friday on Hulu. The pair go on vacation in Florida where they face new insecurities and self-doubt. Konkle wrote and directed the special, which also features Taylor Nichols reprising his role as Anna's dad Curtis.


'I Heart Arlo' -- Netflix

Half-human, half-alligator boy Arlo decides to leave his swamp and journey to his hometown of New York City to find his long lost father in animated series I Heart Arlo, which is coming to Netflix on Friday. The series is a follow-up to animated musical Arlo the Alligator Boy. Michael J. Woodard voices Arlo with Tony Hale, Jennifer Cooldige, Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jonathan Van Ness and more are set to make appearances.

'Titletown High' -- Netflix

Netflix explores one of the most successful high school football programs in the U.S. in Titletown High, which arrives Friday on Netflix. The series, from Jason Sciavicco (Two-A-Days), follows the Wildcats from Valdosta, Georgia as they chase a championship while the team deals with rivals, teenage romance and real-life drama.

WWE 'SmackDown' -- Fox

Newly crowned SmackDown Women's Champion Becky Lynch and Brock Lesnar will be making their return to SmackDown on Friday, which airs at 8 p.m. EDT on Fox. Lynch will be dealing with the aftermath of SummerSlam where The Man was able to defeat Bianca Belair in mere seconds. Lesnar, meanwhile, has his sights set on Universal Champion Roman Reigns and his former manager Paul Heyman.


'Wicked in Concert' -- PBS

PBS is presenting a concert version of Broadway musical Wicked, which is set to air Sunday at 9 p.m. EDT. Wicked alums Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel are hosting the special, which celebrates the play's iconic score written by composer Stephen Schwartz. Ariana DeBose, Cynthia Erivo, Rita Moreno, Jennifer Nettles, Alex Newell, Amber Riley, Gabrielle Ruiz and more are performing.

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