The Best Hallmark Christmas Movies to Watch This Holiday Season

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1) Chateau Christmas

Sometimes, we need a friendly nudge from our past to remind us that we’re exactly where we’re meant to be. In Chateau Christmas, Margot (played by Merritt Patterson) returns home to Chateau Neuhaus to rediscover her passion for music — and along the way, she revisits an old love (played by Luke Macfarlane).

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2) Deliver by Christmas

Molly (played by Alvina August) finds herself in a love triangle — or so she thinks. While she’s falling for Josh (played by Eion Bailey) IRL, she’s also pouring her heart out to a mystery man via text. The best part: She doesn’t realize they’re the same guy.

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3) Christmas Everlasting

More of a tear-jerker than Hallmark’s other offerings, Christmas Everlasting offers a poignant reminder to face life head-on even if it means owning up to your secrets and insecurities along the way. Tatyana Ali steals the show as Lucy, a hotshot lawyer who is forced to confront her past after her sister passes away.

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4) A Christmas Melody

Lacey Chabert and Brennan Elliot’s relationship is a gift to us all. Months after they warmed our hearts in the inaugural All of My Heart movie, the pair stunned in this Christmas favorite, directed by the one and only Mariah Carey. And if you can look beyond Lacey and Brennan’s on-camera chemistry, you’ll catch a special appearance by the Queen of Christmas herself.

Click below to find more Christmas movies including Christmas at Graceland and Christmas at Dollywood.

Article by Amanda Garrity for Womens Health©

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Netflix: What’s coming and going in January 2022

The streaming service released a list of the movies, TV shows, comedy specials and documentaries coming and going next month.

Netflix: What's coming and going in January 2022

Jason Bateman and Laura Linney play Marty and Wendy Byrde on the Netflix series “Ozark.” Photo courtesy of Netflix.

Here’s a full list of what’s being added to Netflix in January:

Jan. 1

Chief Daddy 2 – Going for Broke (Netflix Original)

The Hook Up Plan Season 3 (Netflix Original)



Annie (1982)

Big Fish


Cadillac Records

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

Doing Hard Time

Escaping the NXIVM Cult: A Mother’s Fight to Save Her Daughter

First Sunday

Free Willy

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra

Geronimo: An American Legend

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past

Girl, Interrupted

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)



Happy Feet

Hell or High Water


I Know What You Did Last Summer

Interview with the Vampire

Just Go with It

Kung Fu Panda


The Longest Yard

The Lost Boys

Midnight in Paris

Monsters vs. Aliens

Nacho Libre

The NeverEnding Story

Paranormal Activity

The Patriot

Road Trip

Runaway Bride

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

Stand by Me

Superman Returns

Taxi Driver

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2007)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie (1990)

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

Terminator Salvation

The Town


True Grit

The Wedding Singer

Wild Wild West

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)


Jan. 4

Action Pack (Netflix Original)

Jan. 5

Four to Dinner (Netflix Original)

Rebelde (Netflix Original)

Jan. 6

The Club Part 2 (Netflix Original)

The Wasteland (Netflix Original)

Jan. 7

Hype House (Netflix Original)

Johnny Test Season 2 (Netflix Original)

Jan. 10

Undercover Season 3 (Netflix Original)

Jan. 11

Dear Mother (Netflix Original)

Jan. 12

How I Fell in Love with a Gangster (Netflix Original)

Jan. 13

Brazen (Netflix Original)

Chosen (Netflix Original)

The Journalist (Netflix Original)ADVERTISEMENT

Photocopier (Netflix Original)

Jan. 14

After Life Season 3 (Netflix Original)

Archive 81 (Netflix Original)

Blippi: Adventures

Blippi’s School Supply Scavenger Hunt

The House (Netflix Original)

Riverdance: The Animated Adventure (Netflix Original)

This is Not a Comedy (Netflix Original)

Jan. 16

Phantom Thread

Jan. 17

After We Fell

Jan. 18

Mighty Express: Train Trouble (Netflix Original)

Jan. 19

El marginal Season 4 (Netflix Original)

Heavenly Bites: Mexico (Netflix Original)

Juanpis González – The Series (Netflix Original)

The Puppet Master: Hunting the Ultimate Conman (Netflix Original)

Too Hot to Handle Season 3 (Netflix Original)

Jan. 20

Midnight Asia: Eat – Dance – Dream (Netflix Original)

The Royal Treatment (Netflix Original)

Jan. 21

American Boogeywoman

Munich: The Edge of War (Netflix Original)

My Father’s Violin (Netflix Original)

Ozark Season 4, Part 1 (Netflix Original)

Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series Part 2 (Netflix Original)

Summer Heat (Netflix Original)

That Girl Lay Lay

Jan. 24

Three Songs for Benazir (Netflix Original)

Jan. 25

Ada Twist, Scientist Season 2 (Netflix Original)

Neymar: The Perfect Chaos (Netflix Original)

Jan. 27

Framed! A Sicilian Murder Mystery (Netflix Original)

Jan. 28

Angry Birds: Summer Madness (Netflix Original)

Feria: The Darkest Light (Netflix Original)

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness (Netflix Original)

Home Team (Netflix Original)

In From the Cold (Netflix Original)

The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window (Netflix Original)

Here’s the full list of what’s leaving Netflix in January:

Jan. 1


Jan. 5

Episodes Seasons 1-5

Jan. 6

A Ghost Story


Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax

Jan. 10

Hardy Bucks Seasons 1-4

Jan. 11

Betty White: First Lady of Television

Jan. 15

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

The Twilight Saga: New Moon


Jan. 17

The Bling Ring


Jan. 21

The Shannara Chronicles Seasons 1-2

Jan. 31

Bleach: The Entry

Bleach: The Rescue

Bleach: The Substitute

Cloud Atlas

The General’s Daughter

My Girl 2

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Seasons 1-8

Mystic River

Shutter Island

Thanks to Annie Martin of Entertainment News©

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Here’s everything new coming to Netflix in December 2021 (and What’s Leaving).

Here’s everything new coming to Netflix in December 2021 — and what’s leaving

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Netflix Inc. has a ridiculous amount of original content coming in December, including new seasons of some of its most popular series, Oscar-contending movies and a slew of holiday specials.

The fantasy epic “The Witcher” (Dec. 17) returns for its second season, as monster-hunter Geralt (Henry Cavill) encounters assorted elves, sorceresses and royalty in his adventures; “Money Heist” (Dec. 5) concludes with the second half of Season 5, as the Professor and his ever-dwindling crew try to escape the besieged Bank of Spain with their haul of stolen gold; “Emily in Paris” (Dec. 22) is back for Season 2, promising more fun, fashion and faux pas as the all-too-American Emily (Lily Collins) tries to find her footing in Paris; “Queer Eye” (Dec. 31) is back for its sixth season, making tear-jerking transformations in Texas this time around; and Season 4 of “Cobra Kai” (Dec. 31) sees Daniel (Ralph Maccio) and Johnny (William Zabka) join forces in an attempt to win the ever-important All-Valley Under-18 Karate Tournament.

On the movie front, Netflix has a pair with serious Oscar buzz in “The Power of the Dog” (Dec. 1), a family drama directed by Jane Campion and starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons as brothers running a Montana ranch in the 1920s; and “Don’t Look Up” (Dec. 24), Adam McKay’s star-studded (Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Timothée Chalamet, Meryl Streep and many more) sci-fi comedy about astronomers who discover an asteroid is going to hit Earth.

And there are plenty of seasonal offerings, like “Single All the Way” (Dec. 2), a holiday rom-com starring Michael Urie, Philemon Chambers and Luke MacFarlane; the fourth installment of “The Great British Baking Show: Holidays” (Dec. 3); and family fare such as “Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas” (Dec. 3) and “David and the Elves” (Dec. 4).

Here’s the full list of what’s coming and going, as of Nov. 23 (release dates are subject to change):

What’s coming in December 2021

Dec. 1JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean — Netflix Anime

Kayko and Kokosh — Netflix Family

Kayko and Kokosh: Season 2 — Netflix Family

Lost in Space: Season 3 — Netflix Series

The Power of the Dog — Netflix Film

Are You the One: Season 3

Blood and Bone

Body of Lies

Bordertown: Mural Murders




Death at a Funeral

Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat

The Final Destination

Final Destination 3

Final Destination 5

Fool’s Gold

The Fourth Kind

Ink Master: Season 3

Ink Master: Season 4

Knight Rider 2000

Knight Rider: Seasons 1-4

Law Abiding Citizen

The Legend of Zorro



The Mask of Zorro

Minority Report

Pet Sematary (1989)


Sabrina (1995)

Soul Surfer


Stuart Little 2

Sucker Punch

Think Like a Man


We Were Soldiers

Wild Things

Wyatt Earp

Dec. 2The Alpinist

Coyotes — Netflix Series

Single All the Way — Netflix Film

The Whole Truth — Netflix Film

Dec. 3Cobalt Blue — Netflix Film

Coming Out Colton — Netflix Series

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Season 4 — Netflix Family

Money Heist: Part 5 Vol 2 — Netflix Series

The Great British Baking Show: Holidays: Season 4 — Netflix Series

Mixtape — Netflix Film

Money Heist: From Tokyo to Berlin: Volume 2 — Netflix Documentary

Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas — Netflix Family

Dec. 5Japan Sinks: People of Hope: Season 1 (episode 8)

Dec. 6David and the Elves — Netflix Film

Voir — Netflix Documentary

Dec. 7Centaurworld: Season 2 — Netflix Family

Go Dog Go: Season 2 — Netflix Family

Nicole Byer: BBW (Big Beautiful Weirdo) — Netflix Comedy

Dec. 8Carolin Kebekus: The Last Christmas Special — Netflix Comedy

Dec. 9Asakusa Kid — Netflix Film

Bathtubs Over Broadway

Bonus Family: Season 4 — Netflix Series

The Family That Sings Together: The Camargos — Netflix Documentary

Dec. 10Anonymously Yours — Netflix Film

Aranyak — Netflix Series

Back to the Outback — Netflix Film

How to Ruin Christmas: The Funeral — Netflix Series

Twentysomethings: Austin (formerly Roaring Twenties) — Netflix Series

Saturday Morning All Star Hits! — Netflix Series

The Shack

Still Out of My League — Netflix Film

Two — Netflix Film

The Unforgivable — Netflix Film

Dec. 11Fast Color

The Hungry and the Hairy — Netflix Series

Dec. 12Japan Sinks: People of Hope: Season 1 (episode 9)

Dec. 13Eye in the Sky

Dec. 14The Future Diary

Russell Howard: Lubricant — Netflix Comedy

StarBeam: Beaming in the New Year — Netflix Family

Dec. 15Black Ink Crew New York: Seasons 3-4

The Challenge: Season 12

The Challenge: Season 25

Elite Short Stories: Phillipe Caye Felipe — Netflix Series

The Giver

The Hand of God — Netflix Film

Masha and the Bear: Nursery Rhymes: Season 1 Part 2

Masha and the Bear: Season 5

Selling Tampa — Netflix Series

Teen Mom 2: Seasons 3-4

Dec. 16A California Christmas: City Lights — Netflix Film

A Naija Christmas — Netflix Film

Aggretsuko: Season 4 — Netflix Anime

Darkest Hour

Puff: Wonders of the Reef — Netflix Documentary

Dec. 17Fast & Furious Spy Racers: Season 6: Homecoming

The Witcher: Season 2

Dec. 18Bulgasi: Immortal Souls — Netflix Series


Dec. 19What Happened in Oslo — Netflix Series

Dec. 20Elite Short Stories: Samuel Omar — Netflix Series

Dec. 21Jim Gaffigan: Comedy Monster — Netflix Comedy

Grumpy Christmas — Netflix Film

Dec. 22Emily in Paris: Season 2 — Netflix Series

Dec. 23Elite Short Stories: Patrick — Netflix Series

Dec. 241000 Miles from Christmas — Netflix Film

Don’t Look Up — Netflix Film

Minnal Murali — Netflix Film

The Silent Sea — Netflix Series

Stand By Me Doraemon 2 — Netflix Film

Vicky and Her Mystery — Netflix Film

Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous

Dec. 25Single’s Inferno — Netflix Series

Jimmy Carr: His Dark Material — Netflix Comedy

Stories of a Generation – with Pope Francis — Netflix Documentary

Dec. 26Lulli — Netflix Film

Dec. 28World Party Presents: Math! — Netflix Family

Dec. 29Anxious People — Netflix Series

Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer — Netflix Documentary

Dec. 30Kitz — Netflix Series

Hilda and the Mountain King — Netflix Series

Dec. 31Cobra Kai: Season 4 — Netflix Series

The Lost Daughter — Netflix Film

Queer Eye: Season 6 — Netflix Series

Stay Close — Netflix Series

Seal Team — Netflix Film

What’s leaving in December

Dec. 3The Last O.G.: Seasons 1-2

Dec. 4The Guest

Dec. 7Before I Fall

Dec. 8It Comes at Night

Mariah Carey’s Merriest Christmas

Dec. 13Halt and Catch Fire: Seasons 1-4

Dec. 14Fifty: The Series: Seasons 1-2

Saint Seiya: Seasons 1-6

Dec. 15Lee Daniels’ The Butler

Maps to the Stars

The Theory of Everything

Dec. 21Jacob’s Ladder

Private Practice: Seasons 1-6

Dec. 25Captain Fantastic

Dec. 30Winchester

Dec. 31A Cinderella Story

American Gangster


Beethoven’s 2nd

Charlie’s Angels

Cold Mountain


The Devil Inside

Do the Right Thing

Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood

Double Jeopardy

Forensic Files: Collections 1-9

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood: Parts 1-5

Fullmetal Alchemist: Season 1



The Great British Baking Show: The Beginnings: Season 1

House Party

House Party 2

House Party 3

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life

The Last Airbender

Like Crazy

Love Don’t Cost a Thing

Love Jones

The Lovely Bones

The Machinist


Memoirs of a Geisha

My Fair Lady

Mystic Pizza

Pan’s Labyrinth

Puss in Boots

Rumor Has It…


Spy Kids

Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams

Spy Kids 3: Game Over

Stuart Little

The Strangers


Tommy Boy


Underworld: Awakening

Underworld: Rise of the Lycans

What a Girl Wants

What’s Eating Gilbert Grape

There you have it. Get ready to binge!

Article by Mike Murphy for MarketWatch©

Source: Here’s everything new coming to Netflix in December 2021 — and what’s leaving (

Everything Coming To Netflix In November 2021

November is a very good month for Netflix subscribers, with lots and lots of original content and plenty of classic movies and TV to keep you entertained as the days grow shorter and colder. Winter is coming, dear readers. Time to Netflix and chill.


Cowboy Bebop headlines November’s Netflix titles. CREDIT: NETFLIX

The Big List

November 1:

The Claus Family

21 Jump Street

60 Days In: Season 6

A River Runs Through It

Addams Family Values

American Gangster

An Elf’s Story: The Elf on the Shelf

Angry Birds: Season 4 — Slingshot Stories

Bella and the Bulldogs: Season 2

The Big Wedding

Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Elf Pets: Santa’s St. Bernards Save Christmas

First Knight

Forged in Fire: Season 7


The General’s Daughter

It Follows

Johnny Mnemonic

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind

Last Action Hero


Montford: The Chickasaw Rancher

My Dad’s Christmas Date

The Nightingale (2018)

Total Recall (2012)

Snakes on a Plane



Te Ata

Texas Rangers

November 2:

Camp Confidential: America’s Secret Nazis

Ridley Jones: Season 2

November 3:

The Harder They Fall

Lords of Scam

November 4:

Catching Killers

November 5:

A Cop Movie

The Club


Love Hard

Meenakshi Sundareshwar

Narcos: Mexico: Season 3

The Unlikely Murderer

We Couldn’t Become Adults


Zero to Hero

November 6:


November 7:

Father Christmas is Back

November 9:

Swap Shop

Your Life Is a Joke

November 10:


Gentefied: Season 2

November 11:

Love Never Lies

Red Notice

November 12:

Legacies: Season 3

November 13:


November 14:

Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is You

November 15:

America’s Next Top Model: Season 21

America’s Next Top Model: Season 22

Kuroko’s Basketball: Last Game

Lies and Deceit

Snowbound for Christmas

Survivor: Season 16

Survivor: Season 37

November 16:

Johnny Test’s Ultimate Meatloaf Quest

StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing

November 17:

Christmas Flow

Prayers for the Stolen

The Queen of Flow: Season 2

Supergirl: Season 6

Tear Along the Dotted Line

November 18:

Carlos Ballarta: False Prophet

Dogs in Space

Lead Me Home

November 19:

Blown Away: Christmas




Love Me Instead

The Mind, Explained: Season 2


tick, tick…BOOM!

November 20:


New World

November 22:


Vita & Virginia

November 23:

Masters of the Universe: Revelation: Part 2

Reasonable Doubt: A Tale of Two Kidnappings

Waffles + Mochi’s Holiday Feast

November 24:

A Boy Called Christmas


Robin Robin

Selling Sunset: Season 4

True Story

November 25:

F is for Family: Season 5

Super Crooks

November 26:

A Castle For Christmas

Dig Deeper: The Disappearance of Birgit Meier

Green Snake

Light the Night

School of Chocolate

Spoiled Brats

November 28:


November 29:

14 Peaks: Nothing is Impossible

November 30:

Charlie’s Colorforms City: Classic Tales with a Twist

Charlie’s Colorforms City: Snowy Stories

Charlie’s Colorforms City: The Lost Valentines Musical

Coming Home in the Dark

More the Merrier

The Summit of the Gods

Article by Erik Kain for Forbes©

Here’s What’s Coming to Netflix in June 2021

On Wednesday, May 19, the streaming service announced the movies, TV shows and documentaries coming this June. Spoiler alert: You’re going to have a long list of things to watch under the sun.

For starters, the world’s hottest no dating dating show better known as Too Hot to Handle is back with 10 sexy new singles. The 10-episode reality show will feature contestants trying to find a happily ever after. There’s just one thing in the way of love and $100,000: They must follow the rules of no kissing, no heavy petting and no self-gratification of any kind.

If you’re more of a movie buff, you’re also in luck! Oscar-winning films like Hilary Swank‘s Million Dollar Baby and Bradley Cooper‘s Silver Linings Playbook will also be available to stream.

And, after much anticipation, comedian Kevin Hart will star in the Netflix film called Fatherhood, a heartfelt comedy-drama about loss and parenting from director Paul Weitz.

Before we say goodbye to the month of May, pull out your calendars and reminder binders. It’s time to make a note of what you’ll need to watch throughout the month of June in our guide below.

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June 1


American Outlaws

Bad Teacher

Black Holes | The Edge of All We Know

CoComelon: A Sunny Day for Play

Cradle 2 the Grave


Fools Rush In

Happy Endings: Season 1—3

I Am Sam

Love Jones

Million Dollar Baby

Ninja Assassin

Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Jogen

Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Kagen

Stand by Me

Starsky & Hutch

Streets of Fire

Super Monsters: Once Upon a RhymeSwordfish

The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog: Season 1

The Best Man

The Big Lebowski

The Wedding Guest

The Wind

What Women Want

June 2

2 Hearts

Alone: Season 7


Kim’s Convenience: Season 5

une 3

Alan Saldaña: Locked Up

Creator’s File: GOLD

Dancing Queens

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie: Part 1 / Part 2

Summertime: Season 2

June 4

Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet

Feel Good: Season 2

Sweet Tooth

Trippin’ with the Kandasamys


June 5

Kitty Love: An Homage to Cats

June 7

Vampire Academy

June 9


Fresh, Fried & Crispy

LA’s Finest: Season 2 Tragic Jungle

June 10

A Haunted House 2

Camellia Sisters


June 11

Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce): Season 2

Lupin: Part 2

Skater Girl


Wish Dragon

June 13

Picture a Scientist

The Devil Below

June 14

Elite Short Stories

June 15


Let’s Eat

Life of Crime

Power Rangers Dino Fury: Season 1

Rhyme Time Town: Season 2

Sir! No Sir!

Unwind Your Mind

Workin’ Moms: Season 5

June 16


Penguin Town

Silver Skates

June 17

Black Summer: Season 2

Hospital Playlist: Season 2


Silver Linings Playbook

The Gift: Season 3

June 18

A Family

Elite: Season 4


Jagame Thandhiram

The Rational Life

The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals

June 19


June 22

This Is Pop

June 23

Good on Paper

Murder by the Coast

The House of Flowers: The Movie

Too Hot to Handle: Season 2

June 24

Godzilla Singular Point

Sisters on Track

The Naked Director: Season 2

The Seventh Day

June 25


The A List: Season 2

The Ice Road

June 26

Wonder Boy

June 28

Killing Them Softly

The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement

June 29

StarBeam: Season 4

June 30

America: The Motion Picture

Lying and Stealing

Sophie: A Murder in West Cork

Written by Mike Vulpo for Enews©

What’s on Peacock in May

The schedule for the movie and TV titles coming to NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock in May 2021 has been revealed, which you can now check out below! This includes the series debut of Emmy-winning producer Tina Fey’s newest comedy series titled Girls5eva, which features Sara Bareilles, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Busy Phillips and Paula Pell.

The first three Matt Damon-led Jason Bourne films will be available for streaming this month, along with Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings prequel films, The Hobbit trilogy, which starred Ian McKellen and Martin Freeman. Superhero movies such as CatwomanGreen Lantern, Kick-Ass 2, and David Harbour’s Hellboy are also heading to Peacock this May.


  • May 2: WWE Untold: Two Dudes with Attitudes
  • May 6: Peacock Original Girls5eva, Season 1
  • May 9: WWE Chronicle: Damien Priest
  • May 10: American Ninja Warrior Women’s Championship (NBC)
  • May 11: The Best of WWE: WrestleMania Rematches
  • May 13: Peacock Original Intergalactic
  • May 16: WWE Icons: Rob Van Dam
  • May 17: WWE Wrestling Challenge
  • May 18: Best of WWE: Rob Van Dam
  • May 20: Peacock Original Comedy Special Carmen Christopher: Street Special
  • May 20: Def Comedy Jam, Season 7
  • May 23: Best of WWE: Andre the Giant
  • May 26: Café Con Aroma (Telemundo)
  • May 27: Peacock Exclusive Madagascar: A Little Wild, Season 3


*Exclusive to Peacock

Available May 1

Along Came Polly, 2004*

Alpha Dog, 2007*

An American Tail, 1986*

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, 1991*

The Bourne Identity, 2002*

The Bourne Supremacy, 2004*

The Bourne Ultimatum, 2007*

Boy Erased, 2018*

Casino, 1995*

Catwoman, 2004*

Crank, 2006*

Crank 2 High Voltage, 2009*

Dazed and Confused, 1993*

EDTV, 1999*

Elizabeth, 1998*

Elizabeth: The Golden Age, 2007*

Evan Almighty, 2007*

Green Lantern, 2011*

Half Baked, 1998*

Hellboy, 2019*

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, 2012*

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, 2014*

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, 2013*

Kick-Ass 2, 2013

King Kong, 2005*

Leap Year, 2010*

Lord of War, 2005*

Miami Vice, 2006*

Mystery Men, 1999*

National Lampoon’s European Vacation, 1985*

National Lampoon’s Vacation, 1983*

October Sky, 1999*

Parenthood, 1989*

Public Enemies, 2009*Tales from the Hood, 1995*

Top Five, 2014*

Vegas Vacation, 1997*

Waterworld, 1995*

White House Down, 2013*

The Wood, 1999

The World’s End, 2013

Available May 2

WWE Untold: Two Dudes with Attitudes

Available May 3

300, 2007*

Available May 6

Girls5eva Season 1 – Peacock Original*

Available May 9

WWE Chronicle: Damien Priest

Available May 10

American Ninja Warrior Women’s Championship (NBC)

Available May 11

The Best of WWE: WrestleMania Rematches

Available May 13

Intergalactic – Peacock Original*

Available May 14

Dateline Collection: Courtroom Drama

Available May 16

American Dreamz, 2006*

The Chronicles of Riddick, 2004*

WWE Icons: Rob Van Dam

Available May 17

WWE Wrestling Challenge

Available May 18

Best of WWE: Rob Van Dam

Available May 20

Carmen Christopher: Street Special – Peacock Original Comedy Special*

Def Comedy Jam Season 7

Available May 23

Best of WWE: Andre the Giant

Available May 26

Café Con Aroma (Telemundo)

Available May 27

Madagascar: A Little Wild Season 3 – Peacock Original*

Source: New to Stream: Peacock May 2021 Movie & TV Titles Announced (

Get to know TUBI !

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© Tubi

Article by Todd Spangler for Variety©

Now part of Fox Corp., the free, ad-supported streaming service plans to debut a slate of more than 140 hours of original feature-length movies and TV series in the fall of 2021. Fox closed its $440 million deal for Tubi in April 2020.

Tubi didn’t announce specific projects but said the originals will include documentaries, animation, and “independent minded” titles across Black cinema, thriller, horror, sci-fi, romance and Western genres. The company, a division of Fox Entertainment, is expected to provide more details at its NewFronts online presentation next Monday, May 3.

The Tubi original documentaries, from Fox Alternative Entertainment, will “reflect audiences’ passions,” including true crime, the Royals, paranormal and “the compelling sinking of the Titanic,” the company said. Animated titles will be produced by Fox Entertainment’s Bento Box Entertainment animation studio.

Tubi Originals also will be incorporated into seasonal and tentpole programming franchises, such as the “Hot Christmas” and shark event programming later this year.

“At Fox Entertainment, we’re engaging every part of the company, including Fox Alternative Entertainment and Bento Box, to develop original titles for Tubi,” Charlie Collier, CEO of Fox Entertainment, said in a statement. “Working together as one, we are combining all of our skills and talents with Tubi’s data-driven technology, to produce original content that speaks directly to Tubi’s passionate streaming audience.”

According to Massoudi, Tubi’s originals strategy “super-serves audiences with smart and sensible content by tapping into what they are consuming, and the genres that are most popular on Tubi.”

Tubi is a top player in the AVOD sector competing with the likes of ViacomCBS’ Pluto TV, Roku Channel, NBCUniversal’s Peacock (free tier) and Amazon’s IMDb TV.

During the pandemic, Tubi’s viewing boomed and it says it has seen usage continue to surge. In the first quarter of 2021, Tubi set a record of 798 million hours of total view time, up 54% from the year-ago period. For full-year 2020, the service streamed more than 2.5 billion hours of content.

According to Tubi, the median age of the platform’s viewers is 37 — roughly 20 years younger than the average across traditional linear TV. In addition, according to the company, 39% of its audience identifies as multicultural and 68% say they do not watch other ad-supported streaming services.

To be sure, the vast majority of Tubi’s lineup will continue to be licensed programming. Currently, the service has more than 30,000 movies and TV series from more than 250 content partners, including every major Hollywood studio. It also offers live-streaming local and national news channels.

So, now YOU know too.

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Here’s Everything Leaving Netflix In May 2021

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A new month means new titles arriving on Netflix. It’s always exciting to see which shows and movies will pop up on the streaming service next, but there’s also a downside—all the departing titles. In May 2021, Netflix will be saying goodbye to 17 AgainSaving Private Ryan, and more. Here’s everything leaving Netflix next month:

May 1st:

  • 17 Again (2009)
  • A.M.I. (2019)
  • Atomic Puppet (1 Season)
  • Batman Begins (2005)
  • Blackfish (2013)
  • Can’t Hardly Wait (1998)
  • Den of Thieves (2018)
  • Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat (2003)
  • Euphoria (2018)
  • How to Be a Latin Lover (2017)
  • I Am Legend (2007)
  • Japanese Style Originator (1 Season)
  • Jumping the Broom (2011)
  • Kingdom (Seasons 1-3)
  • Knock Knock (2015)
  • Mud (2012)
  • Mystery Men (1999)
  • Palm Trees in the Snow (2015)
  • Platoon (1986)
  • Runaway Bride (1999)
  • Saving Private Ryan (1998)
  • Sherlock Holmes (2009)
  • Snowpiercer (2013)
  • The Art of War (2000)
  • The Dark Knight (2008)
  • The Green Hornet (2011)
  • The Indian in the Cupboard (1995)
  • The Spy Next Door (2010)
  • The Wedding Planner (2001)
  • Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell (2018)
  • Two Graves (2018)
  • Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Big Happy Family (2011)
  • Waiting (2015)
  • Waterworld (1995)

May 4th

  • No estoy loca (2018)
  • War Horse (2011)

May 5th

  • The Little Prince (2015)

May 6th

  • Hangman (2017)

May 7th

  • Lockout (2012)
  • P. King Duckling (1 Season)
  • Prince Jai Aur Dumdaar Viru (1 Season)

May 8th

  • House at the End of the Street (2012)
  • The Chosen Ones (2015)

May 9th

  • Antar: Son of Shadad (2017)
  • Lion’s Heart (2013)
  • Regatta (2015)
  • Tattah (2013)
  • The Bulbul’s Nest, aka Ush El Bulbul (2013)

May 10th

  • Bheemayan (2018)
  • Chhota Bheem Aur Kaala Yodha (2018)
  • Chhota Bheem Ka Romani Adventure (2018)
  • Chhota Bheem Ka Troll Se Takkar (2018)

May 11th

  • Ha Unlimited (Seasons 1-2)
  • Quartet (2012)
  • The Beginning of Life: The Series (2016)

May 12th

  • Love is Blind (2019)

May 13th

  • Scandal in Sorrento (1955)
  • The Sign of Venus (1955)

May 15th

  • BBC’s Sherlock (Season 1-4)
  • Learning Time with Timmy (Season 1)
  • Monster Math Squad (Seasons 1-2)
  • Twirlywoos (Seasons 1-2)

May 17th

  • Disney’s Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast (2014)

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What’s New on Netflix in May 2021

By Alex Ungerman‍ for ET©

Lena Waithe on Master of None

Netflix is refreshing your queue in the month of May. Some new TV shows and movies are hitting the streaming service for your continued watching enjoyment even as the weather gets warmer.

The Back to the Future movies, Zombieland, and 2005’s Fun With Dick and Jane are among the titles to kick off the month, as May 2021 continues with the second seasons of both Selena: The Series, and Who Killed Sara? Additionally, in a bit of a surprise, the third season of Master of None is set to hit Netflix as well (Watch the Master of None season 3 trailer here) four years after season 2.

Read on below for everything new you can watch on Netflix in May.

May 1, 2021

Aliens Stole My Body
Angelina Ballerina
: Season 5
Angelina Ballerina: Season 6
Back to the Future
Back to the Future Part II
Back to the Future Part III
Barney and Friends
: Season 13
Barney and Friends: Season 14
Best of the Best
Dead Again in Tombstone
Due Date
Fun with Dick and Jane
G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra
Green Zone
Hachi: A Dog’s Tale
JT LeRoy
Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted
Mystic River
Never Back Down
Notting Hill
Open Season
Resident Evil: Afterlife
Resident Evil: Extinction
S.M.A.R.T Chase
Sitting in Limbo
State of Play
The Land Before Time
The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure
The Lovely Bones
The Pelican Brief
The Sweetest Thing
The Whole Nine Yards
Under Siege
Waist Deep
Your Highness
Zack and Miri Make a Porno

May 2, 2021

Hoarders: Season 11

May 4, 2021

The Clovehitch Killer
Selena: The Series
: Part 2
Trash Truck: Season 2

May 5, 2021

Framing John DeLorean
The Sons of Sam: A Descent into Darkness

May 6, 2021

Dead Man Down

May 7, 2021

Girl from Nowhere: Season 2
Jupiter’s Legacy

May 8, 2021


May 11, 2021

Money, Explained

May 12, 2021

Dance of the Forty One
The Upshaws

May 13, 2021

Castlevania: Season 4
Layer Cake

May 14, 2021

: Season 3
I Am All Girls
Jungle Beat: The Movie
Love, Death & Robots: Volume 2
Move to Heaven
The Strange House
The Woman in the Window

May 16, 2021


May 18, 2021

Sardar Ka Grandson

May 19, 2021

The Last Days
Small Town Crime
Who Killed Sara?
: Season 2

May 20, 2021

Hating Peter Tatchell
: Season 2
Spy Kids: All the Time in the World

May 21, 2021

Army of the Dead
Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous
: Season 3
The Neighbor: Season 2

May 22, 2021

Sam Smith: Love Goes — Live At Abbey Road Studios

May 23, 2021

Master of None: Moments in Love

May 25, 2021


May 26, 2021

Baggio: The Divine Ponytail
High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America
Nail Bomber: Manhunt

May 27, 2021

Black Space
Blue Miracle
Soy Rada: Serendipity

May 28, 2021

Dog Gone Trouble
Lucifer: Season 5, Part 2
The Kominsky Method: Season 3

May 31, 2021

Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story
The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties

No Date Yet

AlRawabi School for Girls
Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir

Mad for Each Other
Racket Boys
: Season 2

Happy streaming !

Source: What’s New on Netflix in May 2021 | Entertainment Tonight (

Damian Lewis Honors Late Wife Helen McCrory in Heartbreaking Tribute

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Damian Lewis penned a touching tribute to his wife, Helen McCrory. The piece was published by The Sunday Times, following McCrory’s death earlier this week. 

The actress — best known for her roles as Narcissa Malfoy in the Harry Potter franchise and Polly Gray in Peaky Blinders — died of cancer. She was 52. 

“Many people have spoken about her career and many more will, so that’s where I’ll leave it, because it strikes me that two things are happening this weekend: an outpouring of grief and shock, and a celebration of Helen McCrory the actress from fans everywhere, and of Helen the person,” Lewis wrote. “And that’s who I want to talk about.”

“Helen was an even more brilliant person than she was an actress,” he continued. “She was a people person, sure. ‘I’m much more interested in who I’m with than where I am,’ she would say, and innately wanted to share. But she also lived by the principle of kindness and generosity. That you put these things out into the world to make it better, to make people feel better.”

Lewis and McCrory had been married since 2007 and shared two children together — 14-year-old daughter Mannon and 13-year-old son Gulliver. The actor said on Friday that his wife had died peacefully at home.

In his piece for The Sunday Times, Lewis remembered how McCrory “spread happiness.” “Even when dying in her last few days, when talking to our wonderful carers, she repeatedly said, ‘thank you so much’ in her half delirious state,” he wrote. 

Lewis said he already missed his wife, who “shone more brightly in the last months than you would imagine even the brightest star could shine.”

“I’m staggered by her,” he added of McCrory. “She’s been a meteor in our life.”

McCrory will be remembered by both those who worked alongside her and those who admired her work. On Saturday, Tom Felton, who played McCrory’s son in the Harry Potter films, said goodbye. 

“So sad to say farewell so suddenly – I never took the chance to tell her, but she helped shape me as a person so much – on & off screen,” Felton expressed. “She was always relentlessly herself- razor sharp wit – silver tongued – kind & warm hearted – she suffered no fools yet had time for everyone – thank you for lighting the way forward & holding my hand when I needed it xx.”

Article by Jennifer Drysdale‍ for ET©

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