Ready for summer hot streaming? This week was the official start of the season. Celebrate by launching one of the new TV shows and movies premiered on Netflix this weekend with a cold drink. Apple TV Plus, Paramount Plus, Disney plus More.
The· Summer movie And Summer tv The season lasts for a few weeks and this weekend offers a variety of new options. From the acclaimed dramas The Good Fight and Bosch to the enthusiastic reality show Too Hot to Handle and RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. On the film side, Liam Neeson brings his special skills to the ice road, and Ilana Glazer confronts the fear of pregnancy with false positives.
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Here are some recommendations for new movies and TV shows to watch this weekend.
Good Fight (Paramount Plus)
Season 5 Premier | Episode 1 (TV-MA) | Watch now
One of the best shows on TV is back, but the Good Fight is changing. Cush Jumbo and Delroy Lindo have left the law firms of Reddick, Boseman and Lockhart. Fortunately, the oversized presence of Diane Rockhart (Christine Baranski) and Liz Redick (Audra McDonald) remains fun, but the new regular cast member Mandy Patinkin is eccentric. Brings his endless charm as an unlicensed back room judge. The Good Fight never hesitated to tackle current events and issues, and the Season 5 premiere was the controversial departure of George Floyd’s murder, racist protests, and Donald Trump from the White House. Touch everything from.
Ice Road (Netflix)
Movie | 1 hour 48 minutes (PG-13) | Watch now
Liam Neeson is now redeploying his very special set of skills on the dangerous and smooth icy roads of Canada. If you’ve seen the reality show Ice Road Truckers, that’s it, but it’s a fictional movie, and it’s even more thrilling. Neeson plays a large rig driver who leads a rescue mission after the collapse of a remote mine. As he fights the storm, he soon realizes that there is an even greater threat lurking in the cold.
Bosch (Amazon Prime Video)
Season 7 Premier | Episodes 1-8 (TV-MA) | Watch now
It’s the end of the Bosch road — well, the end of one road. Season 7 is the end of the Prime Video series. However, Amazon-owned IMDb ordered a spin-off, with Titus Welliver, Mimi Rogers, and Madison Lintz replaying their respective roles. In the final chapter of the original, a prestigious detective works on an arson investigation resulting from a masked man throwing a Molotov cocktail into a building. Bosch is also working on his imminent retirement while training new employee Julia Brusher (Annie Wersching) to replace him.
Central Park (Apple TV Plus)
Season 2 Premier | Episodes 1-3 (TV-14) | Watch now
If you’ve never heard of this quirky, healthy and fun animated musical comedy, head over to Apple TV Plus right away to catch up with the first season before enjoying the premiere episode of Season 2. The Tillermans continue to live in the famous park where their father Owen (Leslie Odom Jr.) works as a manager. The transition is seamless, with Emmy Raver-Lampman taking over her daughter Molly from Kristen Bell. Evil developer Bitsy Brandenham (Stanley Tucci) has devised a more vicious plan to devastate the park, and street performer Birdie (Josh Gad) continues his ongoing commentary. And of course, there’s new music contributed by They Might Be Giants and Ingrid Michaelson.
Season 2 Premier | Episodes 1-4 (TV-MA) | Watch now
Last year, Netflix debuted two dating shows that sparked a sensation on social media. While still waiting for Season 2 of the Love Is Blind, Too Hot to Handle returns to the beginning with a new cast of sexy singles that are forbidden to connect to each other. The prizes are docked each time they kiss, make up, interact with someone (or satisfy themselves). Yes, it’s a kind of ridiculous premise, but it’s getting a lot of attention. You can actually see these very beautiful twenties doing math in their heads and to other cast members for the sweet money they would lose for everyone Weigh their charms.
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars (Paramount Plus)
Season 6 Premier | Episode 1-2 (TV-14) | Watch RuPaul’s Drag Grace All Stars 6
Start the begging throne game! The set of 14 contestants from the drag racing season past Sashay and entering the All-Star stage is ready to offer some wreck and lip sync until the house collapses. This is the first show of a franchise that has moved exclusively to streaming. The drop time of the episode at 3am means that American fans have to be careful about spoilers. Stay away from Twitter until you can watch it in a reasonable amount of time.
Secret Society Benedict Association (Disney Plus)
Series Premier | Episode 1-2 (TV-PG) | Watch now
Think of the Umbrella Academy. However, there is no superpower and it is for young viewers. Based on the popular YA book series Trenton Lee Stewart, the Mysterious Benedict Society revolves around four talented orphans with unique skills. After winning the scholarship contest, they were hired by the mysterious Benedict to save the world from a global crisis called an emergency. The show’s visual flair and eccentric styling are welcomed as “Wes Anderson Wright” or in the Lemony Snicket film stream.
Who are you, Charlie Brown? (Apple TV Plus)
Special | 54 minutes (TV-G) | Watch now
This documentary explores the origins of the beloved peanut character and its creator, Charles Schulz. This feature, directed by Michael Bonfirio and narrated by Lupita Nyongon, features interviews with fans of iconic cartoon family, friends, cartoonists and celebrities who celebrated their 70th anniversary last year. Not only that, the document contains an archived footage of Schultz himself, who died 20 years ago. Explore how peanuts have influenced culture and society. Then catch some new animation sequences, including one asking the question “Who are you, Charlie Brown?”.
False positives (Hulu)
Movie | 1 hour 32 minutes (R) | Watch now
Broad City’s Ilana Glazer, along with collaborator John Lee (Director), co-authored this chilling modern take on Rosemary’s baby. If you can’t get pregnant, Lucy (Glaiser) and Adrian (Justin Theroux) talk to fertility specialist John Hindle (Pierce Brosnan). But underneath the handsome look of the Debonair document lies something darker. If Lucy becomes pregnant with three babies in his procedure, she must fight both Hindle and her husband to control her body.