Wondering what to watch this weekend? This week we suggest the secrets to aging gracefully, life after boxing, a serious criminal drama and classic John Steinbeck.
Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones - Netflix
Picked by Senior Editor Dina Ross
To live a long and healthy life is a worthy goal and pockets of people throughout the world seem to have found the secret. So-called blue zones are regions where people tend to live longer than the average human. Explorer and best-selling author Dan Buettner, who has long studied these populations, now hosts a beautiful new docuseries that tries to show viewers how living life differently can change their lives for the better. 
At Home with the Furys - Netflix
Picked by Growth Associate Keara O’Driscoll
For someone who has never watched a boxing or MMA fight, it's definitely weird that this is my second documentary pick on a fighter. However, after watching this series, you will see why.
As you can imagine, with my limited background in the sport, I’m embarrassed to say that I didn't know who Tyson Fury was. However, I found myself interested when I realized the show also featured his half-brother Tommy and sister-in-law Molly-Mae Hague, contestants from Love Island U.K. The dynamics in this show are unreal. First, you have Tyson navigating his mental health challenges after retiring from boxing. Then, the journey of Molly-Mae’s pregnancy. And to top it all off, a glimpse into Irish Traveller culture. Needless to say, I'm absolutely sold.
Accused - FOX/Hulu
Picked by Lawrence Banton
I found this little gem of a show on Hulu and pretty much binged the entire first season. Each episode opens with a courtroom scene focused on a character standing trial for committing an egregious crime. These ordinary, everyday people find themselves in the most improbable predicaments and fighting for their freedom. Morally, many of them are in the right but we all know the law doesn't operate on moral values. No one episode is connected to another so feel free to skip around
Throwback Pick
The Grapes of Wrath - Rentable on YouTube, Apple TV, Prime Video, Vudu
Picked by Newsletter Writer Graison Dangor
This feels like a timely watch ahead of Labor Day and the start of a new school year, when untold numbers of kids will get the novel as assigned reading. (Maybe watching this could be extra credit?