What to watch on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon: The Bridge

Jun 13, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. ET
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All caught up on Orange Is the New Black? Well, crime, history and zombies are all available for streaming this weekend and we couldn't be more excited for a little more bingeing.

1) FX's The Bridge is available on Hulu Plus


Set on the border of modern-day Texas and Mexico, this crime thriller centers on two investigators, Sonya Cross (Diane Kruger) and Marco Ruiz (Demián Bichir), who must track down a serial killer. The complete Season 1 is now available on Hulu Plus and the first three episodes are on Hulu.

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2) Watch Season 1 of HBO's Rome on Amazon


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Do you think The Following's Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) is dark but dreamy? Wait until you see him oiled up in ancient Roman battle gear as he plays the fierce military leader Mark Antony. The show's a bit violent, but it's also sexy. If you love historical drama, we're sure you'll be hooked.

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3)  Jane Eyre with Mia Wasikowska & Michael Fassbender on Netflix

Jane Eyre

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Mr. Rochester's (Michael Fassbender) dark secret will send chills down your spine as he falls for the modest and unassuming Jane (Mia Wasikowska). The young Alice In Wonderland actress truly knows the art of restraint and makes this version of Charlotte Brontë's romantic tale quietly powerful.

4) World War Z is available on Netflix June 13

World War Z

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Need a zombie fix? We recommend getting it while staring at the hunky Brad Pitt. But he's not even the best part of this thriller — the action is amazing. The filmmakers looked at the way the human body moves when it undergoes an epileptic seizure to inspire the weird, jerky convulsions seen in these zombies. They also give the film a sense of epic doom by making it a global crisis, shooting in several countries and instilling the feeling of a true apocalypse.

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What will you be streaming this weekend? Let us know in the comments section below.