Wondering what to watch this weekend? This week we have everything from The Wiggles to the "Saw" franchise. Plus: the struggle to afford blueberries.
Gavin Matts: Progression - YouTube
Picked by Newsletter Writer Graison Dangor
I saw Gavin Matts open for another comedian earlier this year and was won over right away by his amused, half-asleep vibe. Months later, I still think about his joke about setting a financial goal of being able to afford blueberries. 
Hot Potato: The Story of the Wiggles - Prime Video
Picked by Keara O’Driscoll
Attention all twenty and thirty-somethings worldwide: there is now a documentary on The Wiggles. Get a never-before-seen look at the Australian children’s music group that took over the 90s and early 2000s in Prime’s new documentary.
Fun Fact: “The Wiggles” was my first concert.
Saw X - Prime Video/ Apple TV+
Picked by Lawrence Banton
I know Halloween is over but I'm still in my spooky bag. I just watched Saw X and, surprisingly, I wasn't let down. I don't really know what I expected going into this film aside from "Wow, he's still alive?" That is in reference to John "Jigsaw" Kramer who has been suffering from cancer on screen since I can remember. Well his cancer takes center stage in the film and after being duped into forking over thousands of dollars just for his treatment to be a hoax, you can imagine how he took that. One thing: whoever comes up with the kill machines for this franchise, I'm definitely side-eyeing you…and keeping my distance
Last Stop Larrimah - Max
Picked by Senior Editor Dina Ross
A tiny town in the Australian Outback has just 11 residents. Then one of them goes missing. These documentary-makers talk to the remaining residents as they try to piece together what happened to Paddy Moriarty. The plot thickens with every interview as you learn the personalities of the townspeople and the loaded history that has shaped their lives in tiny Larrimah. This is definitely worth a watch.