What to watch on Netflix and BBC this weekend?

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As every Friday, we try to make it easier for you to answer the question "What to watch on Netflix and BBC this weekend?".

Weekends are always reserved for a good movie or series. But searching for them can often be a tedious and frustrating process. That's why we have prepared a list of movies and series that will surely not leave you indifferent.

"Catering Christmas" - Netflix movie

New caterer Molly Frost is hired by perfectionist Jean Harrison for the prestigious Harrison Foundation's annual Christmas Gala, but things get complicated when she falls for Jean's nephew, a photographer with no desire to take over the foundation.

Genre: romantic comedy / IMDB rating: 6.8 / Rotten Tomatoes Rating: /

"A Storm for Christmas" - Netflix series

The day before Christmas, many flights at Oslo Airport are canceled due to a major snowstorm. Many people are stuck at the airport and everyone has their own story…

Genre: holiday drama / IMDB rating: 7.1 / Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 65%

"A Christmas Spark" - an ABC film

Recently widowed Molly, thinking she will never find love again, visits her daughter for Christmas, not knowing what holiday magic is in store for her.

Genre: romantic comedy / IMDB rating: 7.1 / Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 65%

"Three Families" - a series of the BBC

Set in Northern Ireland between 2013 and 2019, the series tells the true stories of families affected by restrictive abortion laws.

Genre: crime drama / IMDB rating: 7.6 / Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 60%

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