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IndieWire does its best to sort the jewels from the junk and keep readers up to speed on the film, TV, and digital media that’s worth their time, but not even the most avid consumers of pop culture can find room for it all on their radars. The sheer volume of stuff has made it almost impossible for people to even keep tabs on the stuff they know they want to watch; at a time when a week can feel like a year, that great new indie you read about on Monday can feel like a distant memory by the time you finally get a chance to go see it on Friday.
With that in mind, we give you the IndieWire Watch List, a new weekly feature that takes everything the site’s critics and editors are currently obsessed with and collects it all together in one place. From the best new movies and shows to podcasts, can’t-miss streaming content, and whatever else we can’t get out of our heads, consider this your one-stop shop for what to watch this weekend.
Week - Highlights - Martin - Scorsese - Bob
This week’s highlights include Martin Scorsese’s unclassifiable new Bob Dylan film, the return of “Pose,” and a long tell-all conversation with “The Battle of Winterfell” director Miguel Sapochnik.
Roll on down to the stah mahket with Matt and Ben’s latest Beantown yahn, “City on a Hill.” So steeped in Boston culture, it’s still hungover from the Bruins’ Game 7 loss in the Stanley Cup Finals, the “Good Will Hunting” bros’ new Showtime drama tells a more intricate, bureaucratic cops and robbers story based in history. Starting with an armored car robbery in 1990, Chuck MacLean and Tom Fontana introduce two slightly fictionalized city representatives — Kevin Bacon’s corrupt FBI agent and Aldis Hodge’s Brooklyn-born district attorney — to guide viewers through Boston’s troubled...
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