Home Galleries Entertainment Ten TV shows to watch this weekend! Share Via Email Published: 06th October 2016 02:03 PM | Last Updated: 06th October 2016 02:58 PM 'Mr. Robot' is a highly-rated psychological thriller revolving around a group of computer hackers. Lead actor Rami Malek poses with his Emmy Award. (Photo | AP) 1 / 10 'Veep', a political comedy, won the award for outstanding comedy series at the Emmy Awards. The cast and crew pose with their award. (Photo | AP) 2 / 10 'Black-ish' is a series revolving around a man's efforts to get his family to mingle with and find his place in society. Lead actors Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross at the Emmys. (Photo | AP) 3 / 10 'Better Call Saul' is about a lawyer dealing with his cases. His equation with his brother makes it a compelling watch. Lead actor Bob Odenkirk arrives with his wife at the Emmys. (Photo | AP) 4 / 10 Tech geeks would love 'Silicon Valley', a show about six struggling programmers in Silicon Valley, USA. Lead actor Thomas Middleditch arrives at the Emmys with his wife. (Photo | AP) 5 / 10 'Homeland' is about a CIA operative on a look-out for a prisoner rumoured to have joined forces with the Al-Qaeda. Lead actress Claire Danes at the Emmy Awards. (Photo | AP) 6 / 10 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' explores the unlikely friendship between a young girl in New York and a wannabe Broadway actor. Lead actors Ellie Kemper, left, and Tituss Burgess at Emmys. (Photo | AP) 7 / 10 'Transparent' showcases the lives of a dysfunctional family trying to share their secrets with each other, leading to hilarious outcomes. Lead actor Jeffrey Tambor poses at the Emmys. (Photo | AP) 8 / 10 'House of Cards' deals with the newly-appointed US Secretary of State's secret motives as he rises to power. Kevin Spacey stars as the lead actor in this political drama. (Photo | AP) 9 / 10 'The Americans' focuses on two Russian spies during the Cold War, living in Washington undercover to spy on the American government. Lead actress Keri Russell arrives at the Emmys. (Photo | AP) 10 / 10 Stay up to date on all the latest Entertainment news with The New Indian Express App. Download nowGet the news that matters from New Indian Express on WhatsApp. Click this link and hit 'Click to Subscribe'. Follow the instructions after that.