Lazy Sunday: What to Binge This Week – January 31-February 6, 2016

From Charlie Puth's debut album to Chi-Raq, here's what you should be streaming.

If you’re feeling a bit lazy this week and need a few streaming suggestions, we’ve got you covered.

Berklee College of Music alum Charlie Puth is making a splash with the debut of his first album, Nine Track Mind. Plus, director Spike Lee’s controversial new film Chi-Raq hits Amazon this week.

Check out more of our recommendations below.


Chi-Raq: Director Spike Lee’s controversial film takes an ancient Greek comedy and re-imagines it through the lens of gang violence in Chicago. The flick hits Amazon Prime on February 4. (Amazon Prime)

Amy: This Academy Award nominated documentary showcases the life and work of singer Amy Winehouse, who tragically passed away at the age of 27. (Amazon Prime)


Better Call Saul: If you’re a fan of Breaking Bad, then check out AMC’s hit spin-off series starring Bob Odenkirk. The show’s first season hits Netflix in February. (Netflix)

Mad Men: The second half of the hit drama’s final season comes to Netflix this week. Earlier in January, star Jon Hamm took home his final Golden Globe award for his role as Don Draper. (Netflix)


Nine Track Mind, Charlie Puth: The Golden Globe and Grammy nominated Berklee alum dropped his highly anticipated debut album over the weekend. Puth’s first record features his new single with superstar Selena Gomez, “We Don’t Talk Anymore.” (Spotify, iTunes)

“Pillowtalk,” Zayn Malik: Former One Direction star Zayn Malik is back with the first single off of his upcoming album Mind of Mine. Malik’s debut solo outing is set to hit stores in March.(Spotify, iTunes)