Best New Movies & Shows to Stream This Week on Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, and more

A number of new movies and TV shows are on their way to land on streaming platforms including Netflix, HBO Max, Prime Video this week from December 5 to December 11. If you’re confused with what to watch on streaming this week I’m here to give you the right information about all the best and new movies and shows and where to stream.

The Best New Movies and TV Shows to Watch This Week

George & Tammy

Paramount+ | Sunday 4 December

TV Series ◼Genre: Drama ◼Season: 1 ◼Episode: 6 ( Weekly)

George and Tommy
Jessica Chastain and Michael Shannon as Tammy and George

George Jones and Tammy Wynette were known as ‘Mr & Mrs. Country Music’- for good reason, as Paramount+’s series George & Tammy reveals by charting their passionate marriage and extraordinary careers.

Inspired by their daughter Georgette’s book, sees Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain play the couple who fell in love while on tour when Wynette was still married to her second husband, singer Don Chapel.

The series highlights their ups and downs, including battles with alcohol and drugs. It also showcases how their turbulent private lives helped to cement their fame when they released a string of hits.

His Dark Materials

HBO Max | Monday 5 December

TV Series ◼Genre: Mystery ◼Season: 3 ◼Episodes: 8 (First two episodes premiere on 5 December)

James McAvoy in His Dark Materials
James McAvoy in His Dark Materials

The final season of His Dark Material continues the story of a young girl Lyra and this season will be more darker and deeper than previous seasons as it’s based on Philip Pullman’s novel The Amber Spyglass .

Doom Patrol

HBO Max | Thursday 8 December

TV Series ◼Genre: Superhero ◼Season: 4 (Part 1) ◼Episodes: 6 ( First 2 episodes premiere on 8 December)

Doom Patrol Season 4

South Side

HBO Max | Thursday 8 December

TV Series ◼Genre: Sitcom ◼Season: 3

Shot on location in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood, South Side follows two enterprising best friends, Simon (played by Sultan Salahuddin) and K (Kareme Young), as they hustle and dream their way through the Windy City — when they’re not too busy working as furniture repo men at the local Rent-to-Own shop

Dragon Age: Absolution

Netflix | Friday 9 December

TV Series ◼Genre: Animation ◼Season: 1 ◼Episodes: 6

Dragon age Absolution

Based on popular video games this animated series is developed in collaboration with BioWare.


Apple TV+ | Friday 9 December

FILM ◼Genre: Drama

Will Smith in Emancipation

Will Smith’s first film release since his infamous Oscar slap sees the 54-year-old playing Peter, a Louisiana slave who escapes to join President Abraham Lincoln’s forces during the American Civil War.

Something from Tiffany’s

Prime Video | Friday 9 December

FILM ◼Genre: Romantic Comedy

Zoey Deutch and Kendrick Sampson as Rachel and Ethan

Zoey Deutch and Shay Mitchell star in this feel-good Christmas movie that follows two couples on very different paths. Ethan (Kendrick Sampson) and Vanessa (Shay Mitchell) are the perfect couple and Ethan can’t wait to pop the question in New York City at Christmas. He’s ready to show Vanessa exactly how much she means to him by picking out the perfect engagement ring from Tiffany’s jewelry store. Gary (Ray Nicholson) and Rachel (Zoey), however, aren’t ready to commit but are looking forward to a dream trip to the Big Apple. But, as usual, Gary has left his shopping until the last minute. And when the guys’ paths cross in Tiffany’s on Christmas Eve, a simple mix-up changes their lives forever.

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Netflix | Friday 9 December

FILM ◼Genre: Animation

Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio

The tale of a wooden puppet who comes to life and dreams of being a real boy is one that never grows old. Written by Italian author Carlo Collodi in the early ’80s, the story was turned into classic animation Pinocchio by Walt Disney in 1940, and earlier this year, a live-action version starring Tom Hanks arrived on Disney+. After the death of young son, Grief-stricken and angry Geppetto carve Pinocchio out of wood in his workshop.

Now Oscar winner director Guillermo del Toro has reimagined the timeless fairy tale as a new animated musical fantasy on Netflix.

Enjoy your weekend with binge watching and if you like the info comment down your favourite.

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