Struggling for something to watch on TV this weekend? Well, here's our weekly highlights guide to some of the great movies and television shows available on streaming services.

Some might require a subscription, some are completely free, but all are worth a watch.

Even if you don't have a Smart TV you can sit back and access every one of them through a streaming device, such as the Roku family of set-top-boxes and the company's Streaming Stick. And you don't even need that big a broadband internet connection to enjoy them. Netflix, for example, recommends a minimum broadband speed of 3Mbps for standard definition playback, 5Mbps for HD quality.

And as most of the services have adapted bitrate streaming, you should get the best quality based on your internet connection at all times.

So without further ado, these are our pick of the streamed movies and shows available to view this weekend.

SkyYou Me and the Apocalypse

Now two episodes in, it is well worth catching up with Sky One's new comedy series.

Featuring a stellar cast that includes Matthew Baynton (The Wrong Mans, Horrible Histories), Pauline Quirke (Broadchurch, Birds of a Feather) and Rob Lowe (The West Wing, Parks and Recreation), the programme throws together a bunch of strangers as they huddle to watch the forthcoming end of the world. To hilarious effect, of course.

Universal PicturesJurassic World 2

Available to buy digitally now from a number of services, Jurassic World is great fun and an interesting action-fuelled return of everybody's favourite dinosaur-based movie franchise.

Starring Guardians of the Galaxy's Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard from Spider-Man 3, among many other films, it takes us back to the original setting of Jurassic Park, but with a fully functioning and open theme park full of dangerous critters. Cue the running and the screaming.

NickelodeonTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The first two seasons of Nickelodeons recent cartoon version of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have hit Netflix, so there's plenty for children to enjoy on the platform.

Anybody who's ever seen a Turtles film, the original TV series or, indeed, picked up the comic book that inspired them all will know the backgrounds of Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michaelangelo and their trials, tribulations and sassy US teen speak. Basically, it's four mutated turtles and their ongoing battles against Krang, Shredder and assorted other villains. Fun stuff.

Walt DisneyTomorrowland

Available to rent or buy in standard or high definition, Tomorrowland is a Disney movie hit based on one of the zones of its theme parks around the world.

Like with Pirates of the Caribbean and The Haunted Mansion, it takes the basic theme of the ride but extends it dramatically and fantastically. It's a great movie for the whole family to sit down and watch on a Sunday afternoon.

BBCGreat British Bake Off

The final of the most compelling reality show on telly today was first aired on Wednesday and if you've not seen it and have managed to avoid spoilers online for the last few days, now's your chance to find out who won as it's available on BBC iPlayer.

It must be said we'll really miss Bake Off now it's finished for another year. The Apprentice replaces it very soon in the schedules, but there's far too few cakes in that we feel.

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