New on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon

FAN Editor
  • From classic movies to original series, these are the new, notable titles on popular streaming services.

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  • Benedict Cumberbatch is a magical Marvel hero in this entertaining flick from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

    Credit: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment

  • Back in 2008 Carrie Bradshaw got left at the altar by Mr. Big when the hit HBO TV series received the big-screen movie treatment.

    Credit: Warner Home Video

  • Based on Frank McCourt’s heartwarming children’s book, this poignant animated film centers around the power of family at Christmas.

    Credit: Netflix

  • Sexbots and superbug snipers are among the topics explored by BuzzFeed reporters in the third installment of this docuseries.

    Credit: Netflix

  • Fix yourself a white Russian and stream this Coen Brothers classic starring Jeff Bridges as a Los Angeles slacker who loves bowling, who investigates a kidnapping with buddies John Goodman and Steve Buscemi.

    Credit: Universal Pictures Home Entertainment

  • Stream the film that made Oscar-winners of Robin Williams, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck.

    Credit: Lionsgate Home Entertainment

  • Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis plan to skip Christmas, until their daughter decides to come home in this funny family flick.

    Credit: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

  • Oscar-winner Julia Roberts plays a caseworker at a secret government facility in Amazon’s new psychological thriller series. Her “My Best Friend’s Wedding” co-star Dermot Mulroney plays a recurring character.

    Credit: Jessica Brooks/Amazon Prime

  • Golden Globe-winner Robin Wright returns as the President of the United States in the sixth and final season of Netflix’s landmark political drama.

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  • A photographer inherits an antique holiday advent calendar that can predict the future in this romantic Netflix original film.

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  • More than three decades after his death, Orson Welles’ last, unfinished film has been restored and completed. The satire follows the final days of a legendary director (played by John Huston) striving for a comeback.

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  • Oscar-winning director Morgan Neville delves into the making of Orson Welles’ unfinished film, “The Other Side of the Wind,” in this fascinating documentary.

    Credit: Netflix

  • Based on the New York Times bestseller, “Wonder” is the inspiring story of a fifth grader with facial differences who enters a mainstream school for the first time. Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson and Jacob Tremblay star.

    Credit: Lionsgate

  • Hulu’s horror anthology series includes 12 episodes, with a new installment released each month inspired by a holiday.

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  • The third installment in Johnny Depp’s swashbuckling series is available for streaming this month.

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  • Streaming every Sunday on Netflix, “The Daily Show” alum Hasan Minhaj explores the current cultural and political landscape through humor.

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  • The actor’s Tony-nominated one-man Broadway show examines 3,000 years of Latino history.

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  • Laugh along with Al Bundy and his dysfunctional family when every season of this iconic sitcom starts streaming this month.

    Credit: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

  • Chris Pine is Robert the Bruce, the renowned King of Scots, in this historical action film which premieres on Netflix this month.

    Credit: David Eustace/Netflix

  • A new season of the popular British baking series heads to Netflix, as 12 new bakers go head-to-head in the big white tent.

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  • An intelligence officer must prevent Iran from going nuclear. The second season of Amazon’s dark political comedy debuts on the streaming service this month.

    Credit: Elizabeth Morris/Amazon Prime Video

  • Three gay coworkers lead double lives as crime-fighting drag queen-superheroes in Netflix’s new animated series.

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  • A 14-year-old robotics genius develops a special bond with a plus-sized inflatable robot, Baymax, in this family-friendly animated film.

    Credit: Buena Vista Pictures

  • Halle Berry earned an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as a widow in a relationship with the man who executed her husband.

    Credit: Lions Gate Films

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  • The companion series to Netflix’s hit “Narcos” focuses on the illegal drug trade in Mexico. Michael Peña and Diego Luna star.

    Credit: Carlos Somonte/Netflix

  • In this Netflix reboot of the ’80s animated series, a magic sword transforms an orphan girl into the warrior She-Ra.

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  • Chuck Lorre’s new comedy pairs Academy Award-winners Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin as two aging friends in a youth-obsessed Los Angeles.

    Credit: Mike Yarish/Netflix

  • A woman (Leila Akhavan) goes on a “break” from her girlfriend and struggles to come out as bisexual in this new Hulu original series.

    Credit: Tereza Cervenova/Hulu

  • Vanessa Hudgens pulls double duty as a Chicago baker and a soon-to-be princess who trade places in this cute Christmas movie.

    Credit: Netflix

  • Saddle up for six tales about the American frontier, written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen.

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  • Kurt Russell is Santa Claus in this new holiday adventure flick about two siblings who tag along with jolly ol’ St. Nick.

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  • Jonah and the bots have a back-to-back marathon of six hilariously cheesy films in the new season of the rebooted series.

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  • Matt Damon shrinks himself to only a few inches tall in order to help save the planet in this social satire also starring Christoph Waltz and Kristen Wiig.

    Credit: Paramount Pictures

  • The two veteran comedians roast each other, and the audience, in this hilarious new special.

    Credit: Netflix

  • The sequel to last year’s popular Netflix rom-com is here. Amber and Richard are ready to walk down the aisle in this adorable seasonal flick.

    Credit: Netflix

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