What’s new on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon

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

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  • Kathryn Bigelow’s Academy Award-winning war thriller is now available for streaming on Hulu and Netflix.

    Credit: Universal Pictures Home Entertainment

  • You can binge-watch this hour-long drama series, set in a small Colorado mountain town, on Hulu. The series features Gregory Smith, Emily VanCamp and Chris Pratt.

    Credit: Warner Home Video

  • You can find every season of this Chad Michael Murray teen drama on the streaming service.

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  • Uma Thurman seeks revenge as a bride left for dead in this action-packed Quentin Tarantino tale.

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  • “American Pie 2,” “American Pie Presents: Band Camp,” “American Pie Presents: The Book of Love,” and “American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile” are also available on Netflix.

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  • Watch the complete rebooted trilogy as “Ocean’s Twelve” and “Ocean’s Thirteen” arrive on streaming the same day.

    Credit: Warner Home Video

  • A new Netflix drama series based on Richard K. Morgan’s cyberpunk noir novel, “Altered Carbon” follows a soldier 300 years in the future on a mission to solve a murder.

    Credit: Katie Yu/Netflix

  • A man and woman discover they have the same dream every night in this Hungarian love story, which has been nominated for the 2018 Oscar for best foreign language film.

    Credit: Netflix

  • An FBI agent finds out she has been declared dead and must defend her innocence in a series of murders in this Amazon original series.

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  • Famed rapper Snoop Dogg coaches a football team for at-risk kids in this Netflix original series.

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  • Jazz music, American accents and great photography are among the topics covered in the “Saturday Night Live” alum’s new comedy special.

    Credit: David Moir/Netflix

  • A new Fab Five is here as the Emmy Award-winning series returns with even more makeovers than before.

    Credit: Netflix

  • Your kids’ favorite emojis, from “meh” to poop, are all here in this family-friendly film.

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  • Four hikers encounter an ancient evil in the Scandinavian wilderness in this creepy horror flick.

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  • “Workaholics” star Adam DeVine gets relegated to the friend zone after a perfect night with his dream girl in Netflix’s latest romantic comedy.

    Credit: Netflix

  • The second installment of David Letterman’s six-episode, 60-minute Netflix talk show series is here.

    Credit: Adam Rose/Netflix

  • This Netflix original, which premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, documents the personal and professional life of the well-known feminist attorney.

    Credit: Netflix

  • After winning the best short documentary award at Hot Docs, this Georgian short film about a man selling secondhand clothes and household goods comes to Netflix this month.

    Credit: Netflix

  • A couple enters a marriage of convenience in order to buy their dream flat in Mumbai, India. This Bollywood romantic comedy is India’s first mainstream production to premiere on Netflix.

    Credit: Netflix

  • Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto embody the classic characters Kirk and Spock as J.J. Abrams helms this sci-fi reboot.

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  • The tween series set in an elite boarding school is back with new episodes.

    Credit: Ronen Akerman/Netflix

  • Grab your tissues. This family drama is a real tearjerker.

    Credit: Universal Pictures Home Entertainment

  • The 2016 Golden Globe Award winner for best comedy series returns with new episodes this month.

    Credit: Sarah Shatz

  • A high school A/V club and drama club collide in this coming-of-age series set in Oregon in the mid-1990s.

    Credit: Scott Patrick Green/Netflix

  • Two brothers try to pull off a heist during a NASCAR race in Steven Soderbergh’s critically acclaimed ensemble comedy.

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  • The comedian’s new weekly half-hour series, streaming every Sunday, premieres this month. The show features trending news, pop culture commentary and funny internet videos.

    Credit: Ramona Rosales/Netflix

  • The British cult-drama is a reimagining of Mary Shelley’s classic novel starring Sean Bean as a policeman investigating the case of a corpse made up of body parts from eight missing children.

    Credit: Netflix

  • Daniel Day-Lewis won the Academy Award for best actor for his portrayal of the 16th president in this acclaimed drama.

    Credit: Touchstone Home Entertainment

  • The death of a teen and a police cover-up are the focus of this captivating crime drama starring Regina King.

    Credit: David Giesbrecht/Netflix

  • The blue superhero and his accountant sidekick are on a mission to stop a supervillain known as “The Terror.”

    Credit: Jessica Miglio/Amazon Prime Video

  • A mute man searches for his missing girlfriend in futuristic Berlin. Alexander Skarsgård, Paul Rudd and Justin Theroux star in this Netflix original film.

    Credit: Keith Bernstein/Netflix

  • Kathryn Bigelow’s period crime drama set during the 1967 Detroit riots features “The Last Jedi” star John Boyega.

    Credit: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

  • With a star-studded cast that includes Jeff Daniels and Peter Sarsgaard, Hulu’s new original drama series traces the rising threat of Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda in the late 1990s.

    Credit: JoJo Whilden/Hulu

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