Published On: Wed, Dec 20th, 2017

New on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon

  • From classic movies to original series, these are the new, notable titles on popular streaming services.

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  • “Saturday Night Live” veterans Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon are covering the Rose Bowl Parade as two hilarious characters in this Amazon original event.

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  • See Johnny Depp’s Captain Jack Sparrow in the latest installment of the Disney franchise. This time the pirate is on the hunt for Poseidon’s trident.

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  • “Titanic” stars Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio reunite for the 1950s marital drama.

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  • Jake Gyllenhaal becomes obsessed with finding a San Francisco-area serial killer in this crime drama based on a true story.  Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr. also star.

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  • Philip Seymour Hoffman walked away with the Best Actor Academy Award for his take on famed writer Truman Capote.

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  • The classic mafia movie trilogy, with Marlon Brando as Don Vito Corleone, is worth a re-watch.

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  • Five of the superhero’s films arrive on Netflix the same day, including “Batman,” “Batman & Robin,” “Batman Begins,” “Batman Forever” and “Batman Returns.”

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  • A jewelry heist goes wrong in Quentin Tarantino’s crime drama starring Harvey Keitel.

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  • Stream the first four films of the buddy-cop action series featuring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover.

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  • Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman shine in this Academy Award-nominated prison drama.

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  • The getaway film with Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon is coming to two streaming services this month. Keep your eyes peeled for a young Brad Pitt.

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  • A new season of the reality dating competition returns to ABC, and you can stream it on Hulu the day after it premieres.

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  • Newly reinstated FBI agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) search for their missing son, William, when the sci-fi series returns.

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  • Featuring the breakout star of “Room,” this Netflix original film centers around a newly adopted orphan (Jacob Tremblay) whose nightmares come to life while he sleeps.

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  • Watch the “Seinfeld” star cruise around town with his famous comedy friends in this hilarious series now streaming on Netflix.

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  • Netflix is serving up a fascinating new documentary about the world of food production and the corruption and danger behind your eating habits.

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  • The latest, and final, season of the fantasy police procedural series is streaming on Amazon this month.

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  • Based on a true story, this Netflix original film stars Jack Black as a Pennsylvania polka legend who winds up in prison thanks to a polka Ponzi scheme.

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  • If you enjoyed the stand-up’s first two specials on Netflix, “Tom Segura: Completely Normal” and “Tom Segura: Mostly Stories,” you’ll want to check out his latest.

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  • The cannabis dispensary workplace comedy starring Kathy Bates has new episodes for you to binge-watch.

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  • The third installment in the “xXx” franchise is the highest-grossing in the series and brings back Vin Diesel as he takes on a new, tough assignment.

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  • Katt Williams’ latest stand-up special is filled with timely material.

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  • For their portrayals of AIDS patients in 1980s Texas, Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto earned Academy Awards. 

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  • Aaron Paul, Michelle Monaghan, and Hugh Dancy lead this Hulu original series following a controversial cult.

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  • The ladies of  “Grace and Frankie” (Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin) are back, and they’re bringing laughter with them.

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  • A social-media stalker heads to Los Angeles to find an Instagram star in this movie featuring Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen.

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  • The comedian, known for his high-energy, satirical style, releases his latest special to Netflix.

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  • “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” fans will recognize John Boyega in the cast of Kathryn Bigelow’s cop drama based on the racially-charged 1967 Detroit riots.

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  • This updated version of the Norman Lear classic centers around Cuban-American relatives.

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  • Fans of period crime dramas may enjoy this German series set in 1920s Berlin.

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  • World-famous race car Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) has to prove himself to a younger generation of competitors in the family-friendly animated feature.

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