What’s Releasing on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other sites
The protagonist of “Chloe,” played by Erin Doherty, is a young lady who becomes obsessed with the life of a friend from her childhood and goes from internet stalking to social infiltration when her friend takes her own life (2022, TV-MA). This British psychological thriller delves deeper into the woman’s use of aliases and other confidence tricks as she becomes increasingly daring. The full season is available online. As seen on (Amazon Prime Video).
Season 1 of “The Bear” follows Jeremy Allen White (a prominent chef) as he goes home to Chicago to operate a sandwich business following the death of a family member. The restaurant reality show drama is replaced with the chaotic kitchen of a failing family company in this black comedy. There is a complete season available online. (Hulu)
Rowan Atkinson plays a wonderfully inept housesitter in a high-tech mansion plagued by… well, it is all in the title of “Man Vs. Bee: Season 1” (TV-PG). (Netflix)
In the TV-MA comedy series “Loot: Season 1,” Maya Rudolph plays a high-society woman whose ideal existence is shattered when her husband cheats on her and they divorce in front of the press. She determines that volunteering is the best way to discover who she is while also putting her wealth to good use. There are now three episodes available, with new episodes being released every Friday. (Apple TV Plus)
In “Sing 2,” a musical sequel released in 2021 with a PG rating, our favourite singing animals are back together again to hit the road. Bono is now a part of the voice cast as a mysterious musician. (Netflix)
The foolish best buddies return to the big screen for the first time in almost a decade in “Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe” (2022, PG-13), an animated comedy that bills itself as “the dumbest science fiction film ever made.” (Paramount+)
In “The Man from Toronto” (2022, PG-13), Kevin Hart plays a naive salesperson who is recruited by the CIA to imitate a legendary assassin with the same name (played by Woody Harrelson). (Netflix)
Video On Demand
The animated comedy “The Bad Guys” (2022, PG) has the voices of Sam Rockwell, Craig Robinson, and Awkwafina, while the self-aware action comedy “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” (2022, R) stars Nicolas Cage as Nicolas Cage. As well as on DVD and through Redbox.
The dysfunctional family of adopted siblings faces up against an alternate temporal squad named The Sparrow Academy in the third season of the wacky superhero series “The Umbrella Academy” (TV-MA). (Netflix)
Based on true events, the upcoming film “Civil” (PG-13, 2022) centres on the work of civil rights attorney Ben Crump in the pursuit of justice for the families of George Floyd, Trayvon Martin, and Breonna Taylor
The Dominican family at the centre of the semi-autobiographical family comedy “Gordita Chronicles: Season 1” as they establish themselves in 1980s Miami (PG).
The 68-year-old grandmother’s murder in 1985 and the subsequent exoneration of the six individuals convicted of the crime are the subject of the six-part docuseries “Mind Over Murder” (TV-14). The show is new episodes will be available every Monday.
Amazon Prime Video
Boundless Season 1 (Spain, TV-MA with subtitles) stars Rodrigo Santoro as Magellan and is a drama about the first circumnavigation of the globe by sea.