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The darkish comedy “Kevin Can F**k Himself” (Tv-MA) flips Tv set stereotypes in the tale of a sitcom spouse (Annie Murphy of “Schitt’s Creek”) who is weary of enduring the antics of her self-absorbed guy-kid of a husband (Eric Petersen) and plots her escape. 3 episodes obtainable, new episodes each individual Sunday. (AMC+)

Spandex, mall culture and the conditioning movie explosion present the backdrop to “Physical” (Tv-MA), a black-humored satire starring Rose Byrne as a tortured wife and mom who channels her annoyance and electricity into creating an aerobics empire. Creator Annie Weisman is a veteran of “Desperate Housewives.”4 episodes out there, new episodes every Friday. (Apple Tv+)

“The Mysterious Benedict Society” (Tv-PG), based on the younger grownup textbooks by Trenton Lee Stewart, follows four orphans in a boarding college who band with each other to end a nefarious power acknowledged as the Crisis. Tony Hale co-stars as the mysterious Mr. Benedict. New episodes on Fridays. (Disney+)

Titus Welliver returns as Detective Harry Bosch in the seventh and last season of “Bosch” (Tv-14), where by he investigates an arson that killed 5 individuals, such as a 10-yr-old female, which would make it private for Bosch. His situation sets him versus some very highly effective folks. Jamie Hector is his spouse who is working with his own crisis, and Amy Aquino, Lance Reddick, Madison Lintz and Mimi Rogers costar. When this season provides the demonstrate to an conclusion, Bosch will returns in a spin-off series with costars Lintz and Mimi Rogers. (Amazon Prime)

The horror film “False Positive” (2021, Tv-MA) delves into the fears of being pregnant when a couple (Ilana Glazer and Justin Theroux) visits a fertility medical professional (Pierce Brosnan) whose charms hide sinister secrets. Glazer co-wrote the film with director John Lee. (Hulu)

In the action thriller “The Ice Road” (2021, PG-13), Liam Neeson performs a huge rig ice road driver who battles winter storms, thawing h2o and much more to rescue miners trapped in a diamond mine collapse in Canada’s far northern reaches. Jonathan Hensleigh directs and Laurence Fishburne co-stars. (Netflix)

Bob Odenkirk stars as a gentle-mannered husband and father whose repressed anger is unleashed in “Nobody” (2021, R), a mix of violent action and dark comedy from the writer and action choreographers of “John Wick.” (VOD, Cable on Demand from customers, DVD and at Redbox)

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“Lansky” (2021, R) stars Harvey Keitel as infamous mobster Meyer Lansky, who confesses his strategies to a journalist (Sam Worthington) in the final many years of his lifetime. John Magaro, AnnaSophia Robb, Minka Kelly and David James Elliot also star. Also on DVD and at Redbox. Also new:

• Abel Ferrara’s psychological thriller “Siberia” (2020, R) starring Willem Dafoe

• Indie horror thriller “My Coronary heart Just cannot Defeat Unless You Explain to it To” (2021, not rated) with Patrick Fugit

• Supernatural horror movie “The Unholy” (2021, PG-13) starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan.


A standup comedian (Iliza Schlesinger) thinks she may have satisfied the perfect dude (Ryan Hansen) in the passionate comedy “Good on Paper” (Television-MA), co-starring Margaret Cho.

Streaming Television set: Sarah Shahi and Mike Vogel star in “Sex/Life” (Television set-MA), a steamy intimate drama created close to a adore triangle. Also new:

• Fact-Television competitiveness series “The Mole” (Tv-14), hosted by Anderson Cooper

• The younger grownup secret sequence “The A List” (Television-PG) from England.

International passport: The anthology limited series “Ray” (India, Television set-MA, with subtitles) adapts four short stories from the good filmmaker and writer Satyajit Ray. Also new:

“The Property of Bouquets: The Movie” (Mexico, 2021, Television set-MA, with subtitles), a feature-duration sequel to the melodramatic sequence

“Jiva!” (South Africa, Tv set-MA), a drama about a avenue dancer attempting to make a vocation in dance.

Accurate stories: “This Is Pop” (Television-MA) tackles the record of popular songs by episodes concentrated on various facets and cultural moments. Also new:

“Sisters on Track” (2021, PG), a portrait of 3 sisters in Brooklyn schooling to qualify for the Junior Olympics

• Genuine crime documentary “Murder by the Coast” (Spain, 2021, Television set-14, with subtitles), which revisits the 1999 murder of a teen.

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The documentary “Mary J. Blige’s My Life” (2021) explores the inspirations driving the Grammy-winning recording artist’s breakthrough album as she prepares to carry out it dwell in celebration of its 25th anniversary.

The drama “September Mornings” (Brazil, Television set-14, with subtitles) explores the everyday living of a trans female who discovers she experienced a son she never ever realized about.

Worldwide passport: Johnny To’s gangster drama “Exiled” (Hong Kong, 2007, R, with subtitles) is an sophisticated enjoy of legal codes and personalized loyalties in a bullet ballet of passionate nihilism.

Streaming Tv set: Brian Keith is “The Westerner” (1960) in the superb but short-lived Tv set Western established by Sam Peckinpah. All 13 episodes readily available.


A cavalry officer (Christian Bale) escorts an Apache chief (Wes Studi) and his household again to their Montana home in “Hostiles” (2017, R).

All-natural historical past documentary meets “America’s Funniest House Videos” in “When Mother nature Calls” (Television-PG), narrated by Helen Mirren. New episodes every single Friday.

Streaming Tv: The spouse and children drama “Switched at Birth” (2011-2017, Tv-14) takes advantage of the twist of the title to take on a collision of course, lifestyle and child-rearing philosophies as two families grow to be acquainted. Also new: the NBC demonstrates “College Bowl” and “Making It” stream a day soon after their respective network debuts.


Hilary Swank is a police detective who turns stalker just after a just one-night time stand with a married guy (Michael Ealy) in the thriller “Fatale” (2020, R).

A special new episode of “I’ll Be Long gone in the Dark” (Tv set-MA) follows up on the accurate crime clearly show soon after the sentencing of the Golden Point out Killer.

The documentary “LFG” (2021, Television-14) follows the U.S. women’s nationwide soccer team’s continuing battle for equivalent spend.


The documentary “Wolfgang” (2021, not rated) profiles celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck.

Other streams

The documentary limited sequence “Epstein’s Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell” (not rated) appears to be into the British socialite on demo for complicity with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Also new is the concert celebration “Miley Cyrus Provides Stand by You” (not rated). (Peacock)

The documentary “Fathom” (2021, PG) follows the work of Dr. Ellen Garland and Dr. Michelle Fournet learning humpback whale tracks and social conversation. Also new is the next year of the animated musical comedy collection “Central Park” (Television set-PG). (Apple Television+)

The next period of the acclaimed CBS series “Evil” (Television set-14) debuts as a streaming special. Also new is the fifth time of “The Great Fight” (Tv set-MA). New episodes on Thursdays. (Paramount+)

Elaine Cassidy and Tom Meeten star in the British thriller “Intruder” (not rated). (Britbox)

The next time of the Scandinavian noir “The Sommerdahl Murders” (Denmark, with subtitles) is now streaming. (Acorn Tv set)

Russ Meyer’s “Beyond the Valley of the Dolls” (1970, NC-17) is a debauched romp developed with a Hollywood budget, and Criterion Channel provides it with commentary, bonus interviews, and other health supplements from the exclusive version disc launch. Also new:

• The assortment “Three by John Waters” showcasing cult classics “Pink Flamingos” (1972, not rated) and “Female Trouble” (1974, not rated) starring Waters’ muse Divine

• Mike Leigh’s “Topsy-Turvy” (1999) and Francesco Rosi’s “Christ Stopped at Eboli” (Italy, 1979), each presented with dietary supplements from the unique version disc releases

• Animated capabilities “Tales of the Night” (France, 2011, dubbed and subtitled editions) from Michel Ocelot and “Aya of Yop City” (France, 2013, with subtitles) established versus the backdrop of 1970s Ivory Coastline.

New on disc and at Redbox

“Nobody,” “The Unholy,” “Lansky”

Sean Axmaker is a Seattle movie critic and author. His assessments of streaming flicks and television can be observed at streamondemandathome.com.