Screen Crusades: Weekly Streaming Guide 3.31.23

Screen Crusades: Weekly Streaming Guide 3.31.23

- By Nicolás Delgadillo

The final season of Succession premieres on HBO Max, Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston reunite on Netflix for Murder Mystery 2 and so much more streaming this week.


‘The Unheard’ (Shudder)

Chloe Grayden (Lachlan Watson) undergoes an experimental procedure to restore her hearing. Soon she begins to suffer from auditory hallucinations related to the disappearance of her mother.

‘The Power’ (Prime Video)

The Power is an emotionally-driven global thriller, based on Naomi Alderman’s international award-winning novel. The world of The Power is our world, but for one twist of nature. Suddenly, and without warning, teenage girls develop the power to electrocute people at will. The Power follows a cast of remarkable characters from London to Seattle, Nigeria to Eastern Europe, as the Power evolves from a tingle in teenagers’ collarbones to a complete reversal of the power balance of the world.

‘Succession (Season 4)’ (HBO Max)

The sale of media conglomerate Waystar Royco to tech visionary Lukas Matsson moves ever closer. The prospect of this seismic sale provokes existential angst and familial division among the Roys as they anticipate what their lives will look like once the deal is complete. A power struggle ensues as the family weighs up a future where their cultural and political weight is severely curtailed.

‘Great Expectations’ (Hulu)

Great Expectations is the coming-of-age story of Pip, an orphan who yearns for a greater life, until a twist of fate and a mysterious benefactor opens a dark world of possibilities. Under the great expectations placed upon him, Pip must weigh the true cost of this new world and if it will make him the man he wishes to be.

‘Murder Mystery 2’ (Netflix)

Four years after solving their first murder mystery, Nick and Audrey Spitz (Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston) are now full-time detectives struggling to get their private eye agency off the ground when they’re invited to celebrate the wedding of their friend the Maharaja (Adeel Akhtar) on his private island. But trouble follows the Spitzes again when the groom is kidnapped for ransom soon after the festivities begin — making each glamorous guest, family member, and the bride herself a suspect.

‘Hunt’ (Hulu)

After a high-ranking North Korean official requests asylum, KCIA Foreign Unit chief Park Pyong-ho (Lee Jung Jae) and Domestic Unit chief Kim Jung-do (Jung Woo Sung) are tasked with uncovering a North Korean spy, known as Donglim, who is deeply embedded within their agency. When the spy begins leaking top secret intel that could jeopardize national security, the two units are each assigned to investigate each other.

‘Rabbit Hole’ (Paramount+)

Nothing is what it seems when John Weir (Keifer Sutherland), a master of deception in the world of corporate espionage, is framed for murder by powerful forces with the ability to influence and control populations.

‘Tetris’ (Apple TV+)

Taron Egerton stars in a new Apple Original Film inspired by the true story of how one man risked his life to outsmart the KGB and turn Tetris into a worldwide sensation.

‘Unseen’ (Netflix)

Unseen is a thought-provoking crime thriller about a timid and seemingly common cleaning lady, Zenzi Mwale, who while undertaking a desperate search for her husband who went missing after his release from prison, unexpectedly commits the murder of a crime syndicate’s key player.


‘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. All 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 seven 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. All 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 five episodes are now streaming.

‘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. The first five episodes are now streaming.

‘School Spirits’ (Paramount+)

When high-schooler Maddie (Peyton List) finds herself a ghost trapped in afterlife limbo at her high school, she investigates her mysterious disappearance alongside a group of other ghost students. She soon learns that the closer they get to discovering the truth, the more secrets and lies they uncover. The first six episodes are now streaming.

‘Perry Mason (Season 2)’ (HBO Max)

Perry (Matthew Rhys), Della (Juliet Rylance), and Paul (Chris Chalk) brace themselves for the murder trial of the century in the second season to this historical fiction legal drama. The first four episodes are now streaming.

‘Ted Lasso (Season 3)’ (Apple TV+)

In the third season of Ted Lasso, the newly-promoted AFC Richmond faces ridicule as media predictions widely peg them to finish last in the Premier League and Nate (Nick Mohammed), now hailed as the “wonder kid,” has gone to work for Rupert (Anthony Head) at West Ham United. In the wake of Nate’s contentious departure from Richmond, Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein) steps up as assistant coach, alongside Beard (Brendan Hunt). Meanwhile, while Ted (Jason Sudeikis) deals with pressures at work, he continues to wrestle with his own personal issues back home, Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham) is focused on defeating Rupert and Keeley (Juno Temple) navigates being the boss of her own PR agency. Things seem to be falling apart both on and off the pitch, but Team Lasso is set to give it their best shot anyway. The first three episodes are now streaming.

Also streaming now:

Netflix – ‘High & Low: The Worst Cross’, ‘InuYasha (Seasons 4-5)’, ‘Emergency: NYC’, ‘Wellmania’, ‘Big Mack: Gangsters & Gold’, ‘Unstable’, ‘Copycat Killer’, ‘Kill Boksoon’

Hulu – ‘Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 2’, ‘Abominable and the Invisible City (Season 2)’, ‘Killing Gunther’, ‘Rye Lane’, ‘Stratton’

Shudder – ‘After Blue’, ‘Ultra Purpe’, ‘The Blair Witch Project’, ‘Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2’, ‘The Manitou’, ‘The Fog’, ‘The Wicker Man (1973)’

HBO Max – ‘Those Who Wish Me Dead’

Disney+ – ‘Crimes Against Nature (Season 2)’, ‘Incredibly Small World’, ‘Worst Weather Ever?’

Prime Video – ‘American Renegades’, ‘Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets’, ‘But I’m a Cheerleader’, ‘Enemies Closer’, ‘Siberia’, ‘Zeros and Ones’

Apple TV+ – ‘The Big Door Prize’


Netflix - ‘A League of Their Own’, ‘American Hustle’, ‘Battleship’, ‘Born on the Fourth of July’, ‘Charlie Wilson’s War’, ‘Conan the Destroyer’, ‘The Cat in the Hat’, ‘The Lorax’, ‘Friday Night Lights’, ‘Hatfields & McCoys’, ‘Hotel Transylvania’, ‘How to Train Your Dragon’, ‘I, Frankenstein’, ‘Inception’, ‘Inside Man’, ‘Invisible’, ‘Marnie’, ‘Matilda’, ‘Not Another Teen Movie’, ‘Psycho’, ‘Puss in Boots’, ‘Safari’, ‘Smokey & the Bandit’, ‘Spider-Man Trilogy’, ‘The Birds’, ‘The Bourne Trilogy’, ‘The Land Before Time’, ‘The Mauritanian’, ‘The Negotiator’, ‘The Thing (2011)’, ‘Weathering’, ‘Zombieland’, ‘War Sailor’, ‘Beef’, ‘The Last Stand’, ‘A Simple Lie’, ‘Chupa’, ‘Holy Spider’, ‘Thicker Than Water’, ‘Transatlantic’

Hulu - ‘American Psycho’, ‘Beverly Hills Ninja’, ‘Big Daddy’, ‘Blackthorn’, ‘Bridesmaids’, ‘Date Night’, ‘Despicable Me’, ‘Dredd’, ‘Elysium’, ‘Haywire’, ‘Hitman: Agent 47’, ‘The Interview’, ‘John Tucker Must Die’, ‘Lincoln’, ‘Mission to Mars’, ‘The Negotiator’, ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’, ‘Shrek’, ‘Shrek 2’, ‘Dave (Season 3)’, ‘Tiny Beautiful Things’, ‘Beast of Burden’, ‘Medieval’, ‘Mr. Right’, ‘The Program’

Shudder - ‘The Slumber Party Massacre’, ‘Magic’, ‘Don’t Panic’

HBO Max - ‘The Blue Lagoon’, ‘Breathe’, ‘The Circle’, ‘The Cold Light of Day’, ‘Coraline’, ‘Dark Blue’, ‘Drive Angry’, ‘Enter the Warrior’s Gate’, ‘Experimenter’, ‘Ghost’, ‘Harriet the Spy’, ‘House at the End of the Street’, ‘Hunter Killer’, ‘Knowing’, ‘The Last Days on Mars’, ‘Lucy’, ‘Monos’, ‘Mud’, ‘No Way Out’, ‘One Missed Call’, ‘Outlaws’, ‘Push’, ‘Smokin’ Aces’, ‘Spring Breakers’, ‘Talladega Nights’, ‘Tangerine’, ‘The Wave’, ‘Royal Crackers’, ‘The Winchesters’, ‘Kung Fu (Season 3)’

Prime Video - ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’, ‘Face/Off’, ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’, ‘Fighting With My Family’, ‘Forrest Gump’, ‘Jet Li’s Fearless’, ‘Jigsaw’, ‘Liar Liar’, ‘Life of Pi’, ‘Max Payne’, ‘My Cousin Vinny’, ‘Small Soldiers’, ‘Speed’, ‘Terminator Genisys’, ‘The Aviator’, ‘The Big Lebowski’, ‘The Breakfast Club’, ‘The Mechanic’, ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’, ‘Top Gun’, ‘Whiplash’, ‘Young Sherlock Holmes’, ‘Bros’, ‘On a Wing and a Prayer’

Paramount+ - ‘Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies’

Apple TV+ - ‘Schmigadoon! (Season 2)’, ‘Boom! Boom! The World vs. Boris Becker’

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