Screen Crusades: Weekly Streaming Guide 6.14.24

Screen Crusades: Weekly Streaming Guide 6.14.24

- By Nicolas Delgadillo

The Boys returns for a fourth season of mayhem on Prime Video, a terrifying new Korean horror tale unfolds on Shudder and much more across streaming this week.


‘The Boys (Season 4)’ (Prime Video)

In Season Four, the world is on the brink. Victoria Neuman is closer than ever to the Oval Office and under the muscly thumb of Homelander, who is consolidating his power. Butcher, with only months to live, has lost Becca’s son and his job as The Boys’ leader. The rest of the team are fed up with his lies. With the stakes higher than ever, they have to find a way to work together and save the world before it’s too late.

‘Exhuma’ (Shudder)

When a renowned shaman and her protégé are hired by a wealthy, enigmatic family, they begin investigating the cause of a disturbing supernatural illness that affects only the first-born children of each generation. With the help of a knowledgeable mortician and the country’s most revered geomancer, they soon trace the affliction’s origin to a long-hidden family grave located on sacred ground. Sensing an ominous aura surrounding the burial site, the team opts to exhume and relocate the ancestral remains immediately. But as something much darker emerges, they soon discover what befalls those who dare to mess with the wrong grave.

‘Presumed Innocent’ (Apple TV+)

Based on The New York Times bestselling novel of the same name by Scott Turow, this gripping series takes viewers on a journey through the horrific murder that upends the Chicago Prosecuting Attorneys' office when chief deputy prosecutor Rusty Sabich (played by Jake Gyllenhaal) is suspected of the crime. The series explores obsession, sex, politics, and the power and limits of love, as the accused fights to hold his family and marriage together.

‘How Music Got Free’ (Paramount+)

From New York City, to Los Angeles, to the small factory town of Shelby, North Carolina, the two-part series features the quirky genius of the heretofore-unknown “pirates,” the drama of the FBI investigations and convictions, and the frontline accounts of music’s biggest artists and executives. An unbelievable story of cunning, illegality, celebrity, and innovation, these are the events that changed the music industry forever. Narrated by Method Man, the series features interviews with Eminem, 50 Cent, Timbaland, Jimmy Iovine, Rocsi Diaz, Rhymefest, Steve Stoute and more.

‘Wreck (Season 2)’ (Hulu)

After the first season’s shocking, blood-soaked conclusion, we re-join Jamie, Vivian and their found family of survivors back on land. The team is striking back against Velorum — but not everyone will be making it out alive.

‘Brats’ (Hulu)

In the 1980s, everybody wanted to be in the Brat Pack. Except them. Director Andrew McCarthy reunites with Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, Emilio Estevez, Ally Sheedy, and more for this original documentary.

‘Bridgerton (Season 3 Part 2)’ (Netflix)

Penelope sets out to marry while hiding her secret life. But as romance and revelations collide, she must choose between her pen and her heart.

‘Remembering Gene Wilder’ (Netflix)

This loving tribute to Gene Wilder celebrates his life and legacy as the comic genius behind an extraordinary string of film roles, from his first collaboration with Mel Brooks in The Producers, to the enigmatic title role in the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, to his inspired on-screen partnership with Richard Pryor in movies like Silver Streak. It is illustrated by a bevy of touching and hilarious clips and outtakes, never-before-seen home movies, narration from Wilder’s audiobook memoir, and interviews with a roster of brilliant friends and collaborators like Mel Brooks, Alan Alda, and Carol Kane.

‘Rose’s War’ (Hulu)

Debutante Rose Dugdale enjoys a life of privilege, but her rebellious nature soon leads her down a militant path. Her sympathy toward the IRA evolves into radicalization and culminates in an armed raid on an Irish estate.

‘Ultraman: Rising’ (Netflix)

With Tokyo under siege from rising monster attacks, baseball star Ken Sato reluctantly returns home to take on the mantle of Ultraman. But the titanic superhero meets his match when he reluctantly adopts a 35-foot-tall, fire-breathing baby kaiju. Sato must rise above his ego to balance work and parenthood while protecting the baby from forces bent on exploiting her for their own dark plans.


‘The Big Door Prize (Season 2)’ (Apple TV+)

Based on M.O. Walsh’s novel, The Big Door Prize season two follows the residents of Deerfield as the Morpho machine readies them for the mysterious “next stage.” As everyone’s potentials are exchanged for visions, new relationships form and new questions are asked. All episodes are now streaming.

‘Acapulco (Season 3)’ (Apple TV+)

In season three of Acapulco, it’s time to reconcile past mistakes and exciting new beginnings. In the present story, older Maximo (Eugenio Derbez) finds himself returning to a Las Colinas he no longer recognizes. While in 1985, younger Maximo (Enrique Arrizon) continues his climb up the ladder of success while potentially jeopardizing all the relationships he’s worked so hard to build. The first eight episodes are now streaming.

'Dark Matter' (Apple TV+)

Joel Edgerton plays Jason Dessen, a physicist, professor and family man who — one night while walking home on the streets of Chicago — is abducted into an alternate version of his life. Wonder quickly turns to nightmare when he tries to return to his reality amid the mind-bending landscape of lives he could have lived. In this labyrinth of realities, he embarks on a harrowing journey to get back to his true family and save them from the most terrifying, unbeatable foe imaginable: himself. The first seven episodes are now streaming.

‘Smiling Friends (Season 2)’ (Max)

If you know you know. The second season of Adult Swim's latest cult sensation has officially kicked off with a new batch of episodes now streaming exclusively on Max. The first six episodes are now streaming.

‘Evil (Season 4)’ (Paramount+)

Evil is a psychological mystery that examines the origins of evil along the dividing line between science and religion. A skeptical female psychologist joins a priest-in-training and a contractor as they investigate the Church’s backlog of unexplained mysteries, including supposed miracles, demonic possessions and hauntings. Is there a logical explanation, or is something truly supernatural at work? The final season has now begun, with the first four episodes now streaming.

‘The Acolyte’ (Disney+)

A former Padawan reunites with her Jedi Master to investigate a series of crimes but discovers the forces they confront are more sinister than they ever anticipated. The first three episodes are now streaming.

‘Mayor of Kingstown (Season 3)’ (Paramount+)

A series of explosions rock Kingstown and its citizens, as a new face of the Russian mob sets up shop in the city, and a drug war rages inside and outside prison walls. The pressure is on Mike McLusky (Jeremy Renner) to end the war but things get complicated when a familiar face from his incarcerated past threatens to undermine the Mayor’s attempts to keep the peace among all factions. The first two episodes are now streaming.

‘Criminal Minds: Evolution’ (Paramount+)

It takes a killer to catch a killer. The upcoming all-new season of Criminal Minds: Evolution picks up as the FBI’s elite team of profilers investigates the deadly mystery of Gold Star. As the conspiracy unfolds, the Behavioral Analysis Unit is met with an unexpected complication when serial killer Elias Voit negotiates a deal that transfers him to federal custody in the BAU’s own backyard. The team faces its biggest threat yet and cannot emerge unscathed from the mind-bending consequences. The first three episodes are now streaming.

Also streaming now:

Netflix - ‘Wonder’, ‘Tour De France: Unchained (Season 2)’, ‘Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors’, ‘The Last Row’, ‘Tell Them You Love Me’

Hulu - ‘Origin’, ‘From Tomorrow’, ‘To Kill a Stepfather’, ‘Trapped in the Farmhouse’, ‘Chewing Gum’

Shudder - ‘Night of the Bastard’, ‘Body Melt’

Prime Video - ‘Daddy’s Home’, ‘Black Mass’

Paramount+ - ‘Casino Royale’, ‘Rocky Balboa’

Disney+ - ‘Tomorrowland’, ‘Doctor Who’


Netflix - ‘100 Days to Indy (Season 2)’, ‘Welcome to Marwen’, ‘Carol’, ‘Agents of Mystery’, ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’, ‘Black Barbie: A Documentary’, ‘Dexter’, ‘Inheritance’, ‘Kleks Academy’, ‘The Lego Batman Movie’, ‘The Accidental Twins’, ‘Aftersun’, ‘Trigger Warning’

Hulu - ‘In the Fade’, ‘Cult Massacre: One Day in Jonestown’, ‘Clotilda: The Return Home’, ‘Shoresy (Season 3)’, ‘Marmalade’

Shudder - ‘Dracula’, ‘Gateway’, ‘Herd’, ‘Mother, May I?’, ‘Girl on the Third Floor’, ‘Houseboat Horror’, ‘Inn of the Damned’

Max - ‘House of the Dragon (Season 2)’, ‘Here to Climb’, ‘Slave Play. Not a Movie. A Play.’

Prime Video - ‘Anomalisa’, ‘I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry’, ‘The Grey’, ‘Oppenheimer’, ‘Power of the Dream’, ‘Federer: Twelve Final Days’

Paramount+ - ‘El Chicano’

Apple TV+ - ‘Bread & Roses’

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