‘The Mandalorian (Season 3)’ (Disney+)
The journeys of the Mandalorian through the Star Wars galaxy continue. Once a lone bounty hunter, Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) has reunited with Grogu. Meanwhile, the New Republic struggles to lead the galaxy away from its dark history. The Mandalorian will cross paths with old allies and make new enemies as he and Grogu continue their journey together.
‘Spoonful of Sugar’ (Shudder)
Millicent (Morgan Saylor) working on her thesis about children with severe allergies, is hired to babysit little Johnny, a sickly, mute child who suffers from every allergy under the sun. As she discovers Johnny’s dark family secrets things begin to become unhinged.
Set aboard The Sacramentum cruise ship, Wreck follows 19-year-old new recruit Jamie (Oscar Kennedy) as he attempts to infiltrate a crew of 1000 people to find his missing sister who vanished on the previous tour aboard the same vessel. Watch as Jamie, and his new found friends, work together to uncover the sinister truth that runs as wide and deep as the ocean on which they’re trapped.
‘Triangle of Sadness’ (Hulu)
Celebrity model couple, Carl (Harris Dickinson) and Yaya (Charlbi Dean), are invited on a luxury cruise for the uber-rich, helmed by an unhinged boat captain (Woody Harrelson). What first appeared instagrammable ends catastrophically, leaving the survivors stranded on a desert island and fighting for survival.
‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ (Prime Video)
In 1977, Daisy Jones & The Six were on top of the world; the band had risen from obscurity to fame, and then, after a sold-out show at Chicago's Soldier Field, they called it quits; now, decades later, the band members agree to reveal the truth.
‘Creed & Creed II’ (Prime Video)
Just in time for the release of Creed III, all of the Rocky franchise is now available to stream on Prime Video. That includes Creed and Creed II, which have continued the legacy of the iconic boxing series with Michael B. Jordan as its star. Catch back up on the saga and then head out to the theater for the new one.
‘Gretel & Hansel’ (Shudder)
After being thrown out of their mother’s home due to extreme poverty, Gretel (Sophia Lillis) leads her younger brother, Hansel (Samuel J. Leakey), through the woods in search of food and work. The children soon discover a quaint cottage in the wood, where a fragile old woman, Holda (Alice Krige), offers fresh food and bed. The children hungrily accept Holda’s gifts, with little thought as to what they may be asked of in return. As days pass, Hansel grows weary of Holda’s intentions and the "lessons" she has been teaching Gretel behind his back. As Gretel begins to come into her own, she detects her brother might be in serious danger.
‘Next Exit’ (Hulu)
Next Exit follows a research scientist (Karen Gillan) who makes national news proving she can track people into the afterlife – Rose (Katie Parker) sees a way out, and Teddy (Rahul Kohli) sees his chance to finally make it. These two strangers, both harboring dark secrets, race to join the doctor's contentious study and leave this life behind. While Rose is haunted by a ghostly presence that she can't outrun, Teddy is forced to confront his past.
‘Scream 4’ (Paramount+)
Before Ghostface makes a move to the Big Apple next week, you can catch back up on the final entry of the Scream franchise to be directed by Wes Craven. Kirby (Hayden Panettiere), who instantly became a fan favorite in Scream 4, will be returning to the franchise in the upcoming Scream VI.
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‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch (Season 2)’ (Disney+)
Months have passed since the events on Kamino and the Bad Batch continue their journey navigating the Empire after the fall of the Republic. They will cross paths with friends and foes, both new and familiar, as they take on a variety of thrilling mercenary missions that will take them to unexpected and dangerous new places. The first eleven episodes are now streaming.
‘Servant (Season 4)’ (Apple TV+)
From M. Night Shyamalan, Servant follows a Philadelphia couple in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a rift in their marriage and opens the door for a mysterious force to enter their home. The reckoning arrives in this fourth and final season. The first eight episodes are now streaming.
‘The Last of Us’ (HBO Max)
From the creator of the award winning show Chernobyl and the creator of the original video game, The Last of Us follows Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsey), a pair connected through the harshness of the world they live in, who are forced to endure brutal circumstances and ruthless killers on a trek across a post-outbreak America. The first seven episodes are now streaming.
‘Mayor of Kingstown (Season 2)’ (Paramount+)
Mayor of Kingstown stars Jeremy Renner and follows the McLusky family, power brokers in Kingstown, Mich., where the business of incarceration is the only thriving industry. Tackling themes of systemic racism, corruption and inequality, the series provides a stark look at their attempt to bring order and justice to a town that has neither. The first seven episodes are now streaming.
‘Truth Be Told (Season 3)’ (Apple TV+)
Descend into the world of true-crime podcasts. This NAACP Image Award–winning drama stars Octavia Spencer as a podcaster who risks everything—including her life—to pursue truth and justice. The first seven episodes are now streaming.
‘Poker Face’ (Peacock)
Poker Face is a 10-episode “mystery-of-the-week” series following Natasha Lyonne’s Charlie, who has an extraordinary ability to determine when someone is lying. She hits the road with her Plymouth Barracuda and with every stop encounters a new cast of characters and strange crimes she can’t help but solve. The first nine episodes are now streaming with the finale arriving next week.
‘Shrinking’ (Apple TV+)
Shrinking follows a grieving therapist (Jason Segel) who starts to break the rules and tell his clients exactly what he thinks. Ignoring his training and ethics, he finds himself making huge, tumultuous changes to people’s lives…including his own. The first seven episodes are now streaming.
‘Star Trek: Picard (Season 3)’ (Paramount+)
The stakes have never been higher as Star Trek: Picard boldly goes into its third and final season. Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton, Gates McFadden, Marina Sirtis, and Michael Dorn of Star Trek: The Next Generation join series star Patrick Stewart for an epic adventure. The first three episodes are now streaming.
‘Carnival Row (Season 2)’ (Prime Video)
A growing population of mythological immigrant creatures struggles to coexist with humans after the creatures’ exotic homelands are invaded by the empires of man. The creatures are forbidden to live, love or fly with freedom, but hope lives in darkness. Human detective Rycroft “Philo” Philostrate (Orlando Bloom) and a refugee faerie, Vignette Stonemoss (Cara Delevigne), rekindle a dangerous affair despite being in an increasingly intolerant society. Vignette has a secret that endangers Philo’s world during his most important case yet — a string of gruesome murders threatening the uneasy peace of the Row. The first six episodes are now streaming.
‘Hello Tomorrow!’ (Apple TV+)
In a retro-futuristic world, charismatic salesman Jack Billings (Billy Crudup) leads a team of fellow sales associates determined to revitalize their customers’ lives by hawking timeshares on the moon. The first five episodes are now streaming.
‘The Company You Keep’ (Hulu)
A night of passion leads to love between con man Charlie (Milo Ventimiglia) and undercover CIA officer Emma (Catherine Haena Kim), who are unknowingly on a collision course professionally. While Charlie ramps up the “family business” so he can get out for good, Emma’s closing in on the vengeful criminal who holds Charlie’s family debts in hand – forcing them to reckon with the lies they’ve told so they can save themselves and their families from disastrous consequences. The series is based on the Korean Broadcasting System series entitled “My Fellow Citizens.” The first two episodes are now streaming.
Also streaming now:
Netflix - ‘Big Daddy’, ‘Burlesque’, ‘Easy A’, ‘Magic Mike XXL’, ‘National Lampoon’s Animal House’, ‘Neon Lights’, ‘Rango’, ‘Seven Years in Tibet’, ‘Sleepless in Seattle’, ‘Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron’, ‘The Hangover Trilogy’, ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’, ‘The Other Boleyn Girl’, ‘This is Where I Leave You’
Hulu - ‘Iron Mask’, ‘The Book Thief’, ‘30 Days of Night’, ‘Anastasia’, ‘Anonymous’, ‘Another Earth’, ‘Armored’, ‘Commando’, ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’, ‘The Departed’, ‘The Expendables Trilogy’, ‘Glory’, ‘Groundhog Day’, ‘Hitman’, ‘The Ides of March’, ‘L.A. Confidential’, ‘Rambo: Last Blood’, ‘The Shape of Water’, ‘The Town’, ‘Unstoppable’
Disney+ - ‘Dino Death Match’, ‘The Next Mega Tsunami’
Prime Video - ‘12 Angry Men’, ‘American Gangster’, ‘Barbershop’, ‘Being John Malkovich’, ‘Carrie’, ‘Cinderella Man’, ‘Contraband’, ‘Dazed and Confused’, ‘Detroit’, ‘Good Will Hunting’, ‘Leaving Las Vegas’, ‘Lost in Translation’, ‘Pulp Fiction’, ‘Rocky Franchise’, ‘Super 8’, ‘The Dead Zone’, ‘The Last Temptation of Christ’, ‘The Machinist’, ‘The Manchurian Candidate’, ‘Your Highness’
Paramount+ - ‘Celebrity True Crime Story’, ‘10 Cloverfield Lane’, ‘12 Years a Slave’, ‘Air Force One’, ‘Bruce Lee, The Legend’, ‘Downsizing’, ‘El Paso’, ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’, ‘Friday the 13th – Part II’, ‘G.I. Jane’, ‘Galaxy Quest’, ‘Gangs of New York’, ‘Hostage’, ‘Hot Rod’, ‘Jailbreakers’, ‘Joan of Arc’, ‘Last of the Mohicans’, ‘Life of Pi’, ‘Naked Gun’, ‘Selma’, ‘Seven Psychopaths’, ‘The Rock’, ‘The Sixth Sense’, ‘The Usual Suspects’, ‘True Grit’, ‘Zoolander’
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Netflix - ‘Unlock My Boss’, ‘World War Z’, ‘MH370: The Plane That Disappeared’, ‘You (Season 4 - Part 2)’, ‘Luther: The Fallen Sun’, ‘Outlast’
Hulu - ‘History of the World, Part II’, ‘Among the Shadows’, ‘The Inhabitant’, ‘UnPrisoned’, ‘Watcher’
Shudder - ‘The Company of Wolves’
HBO Max - ‘Perry Mason (Season 2)’, ‘Rain Dogs’, ‘Mortal Kombat (2021)’
Prime Video - ‘The Magnificent Seven’, ‘Secret Headquarters’, ‘The Silent Twins’, ‘The Visitor’, ‘Jackass Forever’
Paramount+ - ‘School Spirits’
Disney+ - ‘Africa’s Deadliest’, ‘Chang Can Dunk’