New movies and TV streaming on Netflix, Amazon, HBO, and Hulu
The "Streaming World" is offering its viewers more options, beginning this weekend! Netflix, Amazon, HBO, and Hulu are all airing new shows...check it out...
“Game of Thrones” (HBO Now, HBO Go): The finale of the penultimate season of “Game of Thrones” airs this Sunday. Will Cersei, Jaime, Jon, Daenerys, Tyrion, Arya, Sansa and Littlefinger all make it to the next season with their heads attached to their bodies? At this point, prospects aren’t looking great for a 100 percent survival rate.
“Death Note” (available Friday on Netflix): This adaptation of a popular Japanese manga series about a teen who discovers a book with a few dark magical properties. Anyone whose name is written in the book dies. He decides to use the time to rid the streets of crime, but this has unforeseen consequences.
“The Tick” (available Friday on Amazon Prime): The Amazon Original series resurrects the beloved spoof superhero. You don’t need to see the cartoon to appreciate the reboot, but it wouldn’t hurt. “The Tick” follows an accountant who, when he discovers his city is run by a supervillain, teams up with a big blue crime-fighter called The Tick. Together, they foil all manner of dastardly deeds.
“Hell or High Water” (Showtime): If you haven’t yet caught this Oscar-nominated crime drama starring Jeff Bridges, Chris Pine, and Ben Foster, what ... what are you doing with your life? See it.
“Jackie” (available Saturday on HBO Now, HBO Go): This fascinating drama follows first lady Jacqueline Kennedy (Natalie Portman) in the immediate aftermath of her husband’s assassination.
“What Happened to Monday” (Netflix): Noomi Rapace plays a set of identical septuplets who are evading government captured while investigating what happened to one of their own.
“Bloodsport” (Hulu): The crowning achievement of the “mysterious martial arts tournament” genre stars Jean-Claude Van Damme as a shirtless warrior.
“Donald Cried” (Netflix): A visit home reunites Peter with his long-lost childhood friend, Donald, in this critically acclaimed indie dramedy.
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