The newest TV shows and movies to stream right now

What’s available on Netflix, Hulu, Max, Prime Video and more over the next few weeks.

Michelle Yeoh as Mama Sun in Netflix's "The Brothers Sun." (Netflix)
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Looking for something to watch tonight? Want to know when the next season of your favorite streaming series hits Apple TV? Keep tabs with our list of the newest movies and shows available to stream this month. You bookmark it, we’ll update it.

And if you’re looking for the cream of the crop, check out our critics’ lists of the best movies and best TV shows so far this year.

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Death and Other Details

While on a luxury ocean liner, Imogene Scott (Violett Beane) finds herself as the prime suspect in a locked-room murder. In this thriller series, she must partner up with the world’s greatest detective (Mandy Patinkin) to prove her innocence.

Where to watch: Hulu

True Detective, Season 4

“True Detective: Night Country,” Season 4 of the mystery anthology series, is helmed by Jodie Foster and Kali Reis and set in Ennis, Alaska. After the men who operate the Tsalal Arctic Research Station vanish without a trace, the detectives (Foster and Reis) must confront their inner darkness before they can confront the horror that is buried in the ice.

Where to watch: Max

The Kitchen

Daniel Kaluuya and Kibwe Tavares co-direct this dystopian drama about the residents of an embattled housing complex in a futuristic London.

Where to watch: Netflix

The Woman in the Wall

This six-part drama miniseries centers on a woman who finds a mysterious dead body in her house. The problem? She suffers from sleepwalking, and is clueless about the identity of the dead woman or if she had anything to do with putting her there. As she deals with this mystery, a detective begins to investigate her for an unrelated crime.

Where to watch: Showtime

Hazbin Hotel

Set in the same universe as the online animated series “Helluva Boss,” this animated series produced by A24 follows the princess of Hell as she tries to find a peaceful way to rehabilitate demons and fight overpopulation: a hotel. With the help of a powerful entity called the Radio Demon, her assistant and their first test subject, this hotel is ready to open for business.

Where to watch: Prime Video


In this “Hawkeye” spinoff series based on the Marvel character of the same name, Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox) must face her past as well as Wilson Fisk’s (Vincent D’Onofrio) criminal empire.

Where to watch: Disney Plus

The Brothers Sun

After the head of a Taiwanese triad is murdered, his eldest son (Justin Chien) goes to Los Angeles to protect his strong-willed mother (Michelle Yeoh) and fill his naive brother (Sam Song Li) in on the family business. The fractured family must work together against their many, many enemies in this action-comedy series.

Where to watch: Netflix

Pete Davidson: Turbo Fonzarelli

“Bubkis” star and “Saturday Night Live” alum Pete Davidson dishes on his childhood obsession with Leonardo DiCaprio and the disturbing present he was given by a stalker in his latest stand-up special.

Where to watch: Netflix

Criminal Record

A mysterious phone call brings together two detectives, a young woman at the start of her career (Cush Jumbo) and a veteran investigator driven to protect his legacy (Peter Capaldi), to look into an old murder case. This thriller miniseries focuses on racism and institutional failure as its characters search for common ground.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus


In case you’ve ever wondered what the bear from “Ted” and “Ted 2” was like as a younger, (still) talking stuffed animal: This prequel series takes audiences back to 1993 with Ted (Seth MacFarlane) and his then 16-year-old friend John Bennett (Max Burkholder) navigating high school in Framingham, Mass.

Where to watch: Peacock

Society of the Snow

This Spanish-language thriller is based on the true story of a 1972 plane crash in the Andes after which the survivors — many of them members of a rugby team — resorted to cannibalism.

Where to watch: Netflix

Good Grief

The feature debut of writer-director Daniel Levy revolves around Marc (Levy), shaken by the death of his husband (Luke Evans), and Marc’s two best friends (Ruth Negga and Himesh Patel).

Where to watch: Netflix

Sanctuary: A Witch’s Tale

Based on the novel “Sanctuary” by V.V. James, this series is set in the picturesque English town of Sanctuary, which has been peacefully populated by witches for hundreds of years — peaceful, that is, until a teen rugby player’s death.

Where to watch: AMC Plus


Director and star Bradley Cooper delivers a messy yet symphonic biopic about conductor Leonard Bernstein and his wife Felicia (Carey Mulligan).

Where to watch: Netflix

Anatomy of a Fall

A husband is discovered dead in this alternately twisty and icily cerebral French sexual-psycho-legal thriller, in which just about every narrator is unreliable. If it sometimes feels a bit contrived, and if its conclusion will leave some viewers unsatisfied, director Justine Triet has nevertheless made a film that succeeds brilliantly.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus, Google Play, Prime Video, YouTube

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

To fully appreciate “The Eras Tour,” a simultaneously intimate and spectacular documentary of Swift’s record-breaking, earth-quaking, career-spanning victory lap of the past year, it’s best to simply surrender to the whole thing: the impressively immersive chronicle of a concert tour that has every technological gizmo at its disposal but wisely keeps things simple.

Where to watch Apple TV Plus, Google Play, Prime Video, YouTube

Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project

The life and career of the poet Nikki Giovanni are examined in this documentary portrait.

Where to watch: Max

Role Play

Kaley Cuoco and David Oyelowo are Emma and David, a married couple celebrating their wedding anniversary, when Emma’s secret life as an elite assassin is exposed in this thriller.

Where to watch: Prime Video


In this heist film, Kevin Hart plays the leader of a team attempting to steal $500 million in gold from a plane in midflight at 40,000 feet. Also starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Vincent D’Onofrio, Úrsula Corberó, Billy Magnussen, Jacob Batalon, Jean Reno and Sam Worthington.

Where to watch: Netflix


This documentary follows a diverse group of young pianists who have prepared since they were children for competition in the International Chopin Piano Competition, held every five years in Warsaw.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus

Pokémon Concierge

Pokémon need a break too. The cute creatures and their owners chill out at the Pokémon Resort with the help of concierge Haru in this family-friendly stop-motion series.

Where to watch: Netflix

Killers of the Flower Moon

Martin Scorsese’s thriller based on David Grann’s nonfiction book about the murders of Osage Indians in 1920s Oklahoma dramatizes a grievous truth — about the depravity, destruction and self-deception that undergird the American idea — that has been buried for too long, especially in movies.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus, Google Play, Prime Video, YouTube

The Holdovers

In this 1970s-set picaresque by Alexander Payne, Paul Giamatti and Da’Vine Joy Randolph play a teacher and cook at a snooty New England prep school who are trapped there over winter break. Hilarity doesn’t ensue as much as simmer under the surface, as a troubled student — played in a fabulous breakout performance by newcomer Dominic Sessa — tests his elders’ boundaries, culminating in a classic Payne road trip of healing and discovery.

Where to watch: Peacock

Fool Me Once

Based on the book of the same name by Harlan Coben, former soldier Maya sees her recently murdered husband on a hidden nanny cam in this thriller series. The sighting leads her to uncover a deadly conspiracy that reaches into her past.

Where to watch: Netflix

Dream Scenario

Nicolas Cage plays an average Joe who begins appearing in strangers’ dreams in a smart, dizzyingly entertaining horror-comedy that morphs into scathing social satire.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus, Google Play, Prime Video, YouTube


Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal star in this a cerebral-to-the-point-of-bloodless marital drama, set in a dystopian future in which humans are preparing to abandon the planet they have wrecked for a space station still under construction. As workers are recruited to build what is known as the “installation,” biomechanical replicants are left behind with their spouses.

Where to watch: Prime Video

You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment

In this documentary miniseries, identical twins are tasked to change their diets and lifestyles for eight weeks to see how certain foods impact the body.

Where to watch: Netflix

Extended Family

Abigail Spencer, Jon Cryer and Donald Faison star in this modern, blended family comedy about a divorced couple making it work as co-parents and friends.

Where to watch: Peacock

Night Court, Season 2

The “Night Court” reboot, which follows Judge Abby Stone (Melissa Rauch) as she presides over the night shift of a Manhattan arraignment court, returns for a second season.

Where to watch: Peacock

Race for Glory: Audi vs. Lancia

Riccardo Scamarcio (“A Haunting in Venice”) and Daniel Brühl (“The King’s Man”) star in a car-racing drama set amid the rivalry between Italy and Germany in the 1983 Rally World Championship.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus, Prime Video, Vudu, YouTube

Time Bomb Y2K

This documentary re-examines the potential technological disaster that loomed at the end of the 20th century.

Where to watch: Max

Ricky Gervais: Armageddon

Comic Ricky Gervais jokes about the end of humanity, political correctness, family weddings, funerals and AI in this comedy special.

Where to watch: Netflix

Letterkenny, Season 12

The outrageous Canadian comedy series that chronicles the lives and antics of the residents of the rural community of Letterkenny is coming to an end after 12 seasons. This season the town must deal with a new comedy night at MoDean’s, a hit country song and the negative influence of the Degens.

Where to watch: Hulu

46th Kennedy Center Honors

This year actor and comedian Billy Crystal, singer Renée Fleming, Bee Gees member Barry Gibb, rapper, singer and actress Queen Latifah and singer Dionne Warwick were recognized at the 46th Kennedy Center Honors. Read The Post’s coverage of the event here.

Where to watch: Paramount Plus

The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

This Hunger Games prequel is one of the darker installments in the dystopian sci-fi franchise about children who fight each other to the death.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus, Google Play, Prime Video, YouTube

BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star

This 8-part docuseries dives into the 10-year career of the K-pop boy band BTS with interviews, performances and behind-the-scenes content featuring RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook.

Where to watch: Disney Plus

The Bricklayer

Aaron Eckhart plays a retired CIA operative who is reactivated when a rogue insurgent begins assassinating foreign leaders in this thriller from Renny Harlin (“Die Hard 2”). Also starring Nina Dobrev and Tim Blake Nelson.

Where to watch: Spectrum

Percy Jackson and the Olympians

The long-awaited series adaptation of Rick Riordan’s “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” young-adult books has come at last (and they’re hoping you forgot about the movie adaptations). Tween demigod Percy Jackson comes to terms with the knowledge that Greek gods are real and his father is one of them … just as he’s accused by Zeus of stealing his master lightning bolt.

Where to watch: Disney Plus

Dr. Death, Season 2

Based on the podcast of the same name, this true crime drama anthology series follows different doctors who have earned the moniker Dr. Death. This season focuses on renowned surgeon Paolo Macchiarini (Édgar Ramírez), whose innovative practices earn him the attention of an investigative journalist (Mandy Moore). As the pair’s relationship becomes less professional, other doctors begin to make shocking discoveries about his work.

Where to watch: Peacock


Emerald Fennell’s follow-up to “Promising Young Woman” is an aristo-gothic sexual thriller about striving, obsession, class resentment and revenge. It’s fun, but doesn’t have much to say — a drawback that is almost ameliorated by the sheer style of its filmmaking: Fennell, working with cinematographer Linus Sandgren and production designer Suzie Davies, creates a deliriously decadent world of inherited wealth.

Where to watch: Prime Video

May December

In this drama by Todd Haynes loosely based on the ’90s tabloid scandal of Mary Kay Letourneau, Natalie Portman plays an actress researching the role of a sex offender (Julianne Moore) for a biopic.

Where to watch: Netflix

Leave the World Behind

Based on Rumaan Alam’s acclaimed 2020 novel, this creepily effective thriller centers on a White couple (Ethan Hawke and Julia Roberts) who have just settled into a posh beachside Airbnb rental when their idyllic getaway is interrupted by the home’s Black owners (Mahershala Ali and Myha’la), who are seeking refuge from a widespread disruption of the power grid and other crises of indeterminate origin. Racial and class tensions simmer.

Where to watch: Netflix

Trolls Band Together

This glitter-encrusted variety pack of a movie tells the story of a former sibling singing group that must reunite when one of the brothers is kidnapped.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus, Google Play, Prime Video, YouTube

Slow Horses, Season 3

This darkly comic spy thriller follows a team of misfit British intelligence agents led by the notorious Jackson Lamb (Gary Oldman) as they work to protect England. In the third season, a romantic entanglement threatens to expose secrets and Jackson Lamb and his crew get caught in a conspiracy that could topple the entirety of MI5.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus

Rebel Moon, Part 1: A Child of Fire

From director Zack Snyder, this confusing, overstuffed and overwritten Star Wars-like saga — the first of two feature-length movies — centers on a scrappy band of rebels who take a stand against a tyrannical regime.

Where to watch: Netflix

Fargo, Season 5

In the fifth season of this anthology series based on the Coen brothers’ movie of the same name, housewife Dorothy “Dot” Lyon finds herself in the sights of the authorities when her past comes back to haunt her. Sheriff Roy Tillman (Jon Hamm) and his son “Gator” (Joe Keery) rush to track Dot down as her mother-in-law (Jennifer Jason Leigh) simultaneously offers aid and criticism.

Where to watch: Hulu


Christopher Nolan’s three-hour biopic about J. Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb, brings the tragic figure at its center to fascinatingly paradoxical life. In the title role, Cillian Murphy is part machinist, part mystic, ever questioning the apocalyptic implications of what he’s discovering.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus, Google Play, Prime Video, YouTube

The Family Plan

Mark Wahlberg plays an assassin turned homebody who must take his wife (Michelle Monaghan) and kids on the run when his former livelihood catches up with him in this action comedy.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus


This biopic about Priscilla Presley (Cailee Spaeny) starts off well, but eventually it reverts to dreary biopic formula in which the high and low points of Priscilla’s life with the King (Jacob Elordi) are recounted with rote, episodic familiarity.

Where to watch: Apple TV, Prime Video, Vudu

World War II: From the Frontlines

John Boyega (“The Woman King”) narrates this docuseries that, through enhanced archival footage and voices from all sides of the war, breathes new life into the understanding of World War II.

Where to watch: Netflix

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

Father Time casts a long shadow over this action adventure film, the final outing as the title character for the now-81-year-old Harrison Ford. In some respects, it’s just like every other movie in the 42-year-old franchise, except for its intriguing subtheme of mortality and regret.

Where to watch: Disney Plus


A whipped confection of canonical faithfulness, knowing humor and bitterly pointed irony, Greta Gerwig’s live-action meta-movie based on the iconic doll plays like a TED Talk about the patriarchy covered in glitter. Barbie (Margot Robbie) embarks on a quest from her hot-pink Dreamhouse to the real world, where she discovers that she and her fellow agents of Mattel-approved empowerment have not, despite the marketing hype, solved the problem of sexism.

Where to watch: Max

Bob’s Burgers, Season 14

The Fox animated sitcom about Bob Belcher and his eclectic family running Bob’s Burgers returns for Season 14.

Where to watch: Hulu

Immediate Family

A follow-up to “The Wrecking Crew,” Denny Tedesco’s music documentary explores the iconic work of 1970s session musicians Danny Kortchmar, Leland Sklar, Russ Kunkel and Waddy Wachtel, with reminiscences from such musicians of the era as Carole King, James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, Keith Richards, Don Henley, Stevie Nicks, David Crosby, Jackson Browne, Lyle Lovett and Phil Collins.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus, Prime Video, YouTube

Invisible Beauty

This documentary is a portrait of Bethann Hardison, the model turned modeling agency owner and activist who worked for greater representation for people of color in the fashion industry.

Where to watch: Apple TV Plus, Google Play, Prime Video, YouTube

Coming soon

Smoke Sauna Sisterhood

A documentary that explores the secrets that are revealed by women in the darkness of a sacred smoke sauna.

Where to watch: Jan. 21 on demand

Queer Eye, Season 8

The popular reboot of the self-help series from the early 2000s returns to help people around the country live their best lives. This will be the last season for co-host Bobby Berk, who has announced that he will exit the reality series.

Where to watch: Jan. 24 on Netflix


Sofía Vergara stars as a mother fleeing from Medellín to Miami with her three young sons and a kilo of cocaine in tow to become the head of a drug empire in this drama series.

Where to watch: Jan. 25 on Netflix

Masters of the Air

Based on Donald L. Miller’s book of the same name, this series follows the men of the 100th Bomb Group as they conduct bombing raids over Nazi Germany. The star-studded ensemble cast includes Austin Butler, Barry Keoghan and Ncuti Gatwa.

Where to watch: Jan. 26 on Apple TV Plus


In this series directed by Lulu Wang (“The Farewell”) and starring Nicole Kidman, a single event causes a domino effect that changes the lives of a group of women in Hong Kong.

Where to watch: Jan. 26 on Prime Video

The Greatest Night in Pop

This documentary transports viewers back to 1985 when some of the biggest musicians of the day gathered to record “We Are the World” to benefit African famine relief.

Where to watch: Jan. 29 on Netflix

Feud: Capote vs. The Swans

The second season of Ryan Murphy, Jaffe Cohen and Michael Zam’s anthology series “Feud” focuses on the breakdown of writer Truman Capote’s (Tom Hollander) relationship with a group of elite women (played by Naomi Watts, Diane Lane, Chloë Sevigny and Calista Flockhart) whom he betrayed by writing thinly veiled fiction about their lives.

Where to watch: Feb. 1 on Hulu

Mr. & Mrs. Smith

Based on the 2005 movie that brought together Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, this comedy series chronicles the matrimonial and professional exploits of a deadly couple (Maya Erskine and Donald Glover) who work for a mysterious spy agency.

Where to watch: Feb. 2 on Prime Video

Orion and the Dark

Werner Herzog narrates this animated DreamWorks film about a chronically frightened young boy (Jacob Tremblay) who goes on an adventure with a giant, smiling creature named Dark (Paul Walter Hauser) and learns that the world around him isn’t as scary as he thought.

Where to watch: Feb. 2 on Netflix

Curb Your Enthusiasm, Season 12

Larry David’s comedy series, in which he stars as a dramatized version of himself, comes to an end after more than 20 years and twelve seasons.

Where to watch: Feb. 4 on Max

One Day

This decades-spanning love story chronicles the romance of Emma Morley and Dexter Mayhew, who meet on July 15, 1988. This miniseries checks in on Dex and Em on this day every year as their story progresses.

Where to watch: Feb. 8 on Netflix


A semi-autobiographical coming-of-age film by Laura Chinn that documents a young woman dealing with her brother’s serious illness. Starring Nico Parker, Laura Linney and Woody Harrelson.

Where to watch: Feb. 9 on Hulu

Contributors: David Betancourt, Bethonie Butler, Ann Hornaday, Mark Jenkins, Inkoo Kang, Lili Loofbourow, Olivia McCormack, Michael O’Sullivan, Kristen Page-Kirby, Pat Padua and Lucas Trevor.