StreamSavvy Guide: What to Watch December 16-18, 2016

StreamSavvy’s guide for the best tv, what to watch, and how to stream it December 16-18, 2016.


Some Ghost Hunting to Balance the Holidays

Sometimes all the holiday “spirit” gets to be just a bit too much. Season two of TLC’s Paranormal Lockdown kicks off Friday night with the season premiere followed immediately by a second new episode. Watch both for a mini binge sesh. Score!

Called the the best paranormal investigation reality TV series after the first season, the second season has a tough act to follow. Hosts Nick Groff and Katrina Weidman are up to the challenge of locking themselves in some of the scariest places for 72 hours and letting us in on the terrors of the experience. (Friday | TLC | 9/8c)

How to watch: You can stream the TLC channel through Playstation Vue. All of the tiers give you the channel with the first tier, Slim Access, coming in at $29.99 per month.

Pope Francis acknowledges faithful as he parades on his way to celebrate Mass Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, Pool)
AP Photo/Matt Rourke, Pool

Call Me Francis

A 6-part Netflix original hits your Netflix account today. The biographical docuseries about the controversial rise of Francis, brutally criticized for his political stances and yet looked up to for his unparalleled impact through humanitarian efforts. (Netflix)

How to watch: Available on Netflix beginning, Friday, December 16.


The Second Season is Finally Here

The first season of Man in the High Castle is the most watched Amazon Original. After its first season, it cleaned up awards and was recognized for the hit that it is. Season two hit Amazon on Thursday of this week, and if you weren’t one of the ones who took the day off on Friday for a major binge, then this weekend is the perfect time to plow through the second season of some of the highest quality TV out there. (Amazon)

How to watch: You can access MITHT on the Amazon Instant Video app.