If you’re like me, you have multiple subscriptions to several different streaming platforms, and these platforms add new movies all the time. Which begs the question each successive weekend: What do I see?
For me it helps to have all these new movies in one place. Therefore, in this article, we will introduce you to the biggest new movies on major streaming platforms, including Netflix.
At the end of the article, you’ll find a full list of all the new movies available to stream this weekend.
Atlanta: Season 4 and Final Premier
The series follows college dropout and music manager Earnest “Earn” Marks and rapper Paper Boi as they explore racism, whiteness, existentialism, and contemporary African-American culture through Afro-Surrealism in Atlanta. It focuses on navigating a strange and otherworldly version of the rap scene.
A journalist and podcaster travels from New York to Texas to investigate the death of a woman he hooked up with.
Goodnight Mama (Hulu)
Twin boys who do everything together, from collecting beetles to feeding stray cats, welcome their mother after reconstructive surgery. But with her bandages covering her face and quiet demeanor, they begin to doubt her identity.
Fate: The Winx Saga: Season 2 (Netflix)
The growth journey of five fairies attending Alfea, a magical boarding school in another world. They must learn how to master their magical powers while navigating love, rivalry, and monsters that threaten their existence.
The art of racing in the rain (Disney+)
Denny Swift is a Formula 1 race car driver and understands that the techniques required on the racetrack can also be used to navigate everyday life. In addition to his career, Denny has three loves in his life: his beautiful wife, their young daughter, and his best friend, a dog who wants to be reborn as a human.
Seal Team: Season 6 Premiere (Paramount+)
A military drama that follows the professional and personal lives of the Navy SEALs’ most elite units. They train, plan, and carry out the most dangerous missions our country can ever demand.
The Outfit (Hulu)
Leonard is an English tailor who makes suits in London’s famous Savile Row. To survive that fateful night, he must outsmart a dangerous group of criminals.
Take Revenge (Netflix)
Dethroned, the Queen Bee attends an elite private high school and makes a secret pact with an unassuming freshman to avenge each other’s enemies.
All the new movies and shows you can stream this weekend
- Heroes (September 16th)
- Take Revenge (September 16th)
- Drift Home (September 16)
- Fate: The Winx Saga: Season 2 (September 16)
- Gymnastics Academy: Second Chance (September 16)
- I used to be famous (September 16th)
- Definition (September 16)
- Love Is Blind: After the Altar: Season 2 (September 16)
- Mirror, Mirror (September 16)
- Santo (September 16)
- scandal! Deprecating Wirecard (September 16th)
- This Is The End (September 16th)
- Travelin’ Band: Creedence Clearwater Revival at Royal Albert Hall (September 16)
- Dogs (September 16th)
- Phoenix (September 16th)
- Good night mama (September 16th)
- The Outfit (September 16)
- Atlanta: Season 4 and Final Premiere (September 16)
- I Think I’m Alone Now (September 16)
- Good Deeds: Season 1-2 (September 16)
- Los Espookys: Season 2 Premiere (September 16)
- Batwheel’s Secret Origins (September 17)
- First Alaska (September 14)
- In the Womb: Baby Animals (September 14)
- Short Circuit Episode 206 “Reflect” (September 14)
- High School Musical The Musical The Series Episode 308 “Let It Go” (September 14)
- She-Hulk: Lawyer – Episode 5 (September 15)
- Coco (Sing-Along) (September 16)
- The Art of Racing in the Rain (September 16)
- Mija (September 16th)
- My Dream Quinceañera: Premiere (September 16)
- CBS Fall Preview Show (September 16)
- 48 Hours: Season 35 (September 17)
- Seal Team: Season 6 Premiere (September 18)
- 60 Minutes: New Episode (September 18th)
https://www.forbes.com/sites/travisbean/2022/09/16/the-best-new-movies-and-shows-to-stream-on-netflix-amazon-hulu-hbo-apple-tv-disney-peacock-and-paramount-this-weekend/ The best new movies and shows to stream this weekend on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, HBO, Apple TV+, Disney+, Peacock and Paramount+