Here’s what’s new and ready to stream now on Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney+, Amazon Prime, video-on-demand, and other streaming services …
The globe-hopping action thriller “Citadel: Season 1” (2023, 16+) stars Richard Madden and Priyanka Chopra Jonas as former international spies and one-time lovers called back into service when an international crime syndicate threatens to take over the world. Their first obstacle: unlocking the memories that were erased when they were “retired” to civilian life. It’s from Hunters” creator David Weil and veteran MCU directors/producers Anthony and Joe Russo, with a huge budget and dynamic action scenes set all over the world. Stanley Tucci costars as the colleague who sends them back into action. Two episodes available, new episodes on Fridays. (Prime Video)
Elizabeth Olsen stars in “Love & Death” (TV-MA) as Cathy Montgomery, a churchgoing wife and mother in a small Texas town who has an affair with the husband (Jesse Plemons) of her best friend (Lily Rabe) and goes on trial when the friend is murdered with an ax. The limited series is based on the same true story of sex and murder in seventies suburbia that inspired the Hulu limited series “Candy” and was developed for TV by David E. Kelley. Two episodes available, new episodes on Thursdays. (HBO Max)
“Peter Pan & Wendy” (2023, PG) stars Alexander Molony as the boy who refuses to grow up and Ever Anderson as the English girl who flies away with him to Neverland with her young brothers in this live-action remake of Disney’s animated classic. Jude Law costars as Peter’s pirate nemesis Captain Hook and Yara Shahidi is the diminutive fairy Tinkerbell. The family friendly features is from director David Lowery, who remade “Pete’s Dragon” as a superb adventure fantasy. (Disney+)
“Scream VI” (2023, R), the most recent chapter in the revived horror movie franchise, sends the young survivors of the last film (Melissa Barrera, Jenna Ortega, Mason Gooding and Jasmin Savoy Brown) to New York City, where a new crew of Ghostface killers stalk them. Series veterans Hayden Panettiere and Courteney Cox also return. (Paramount+ and VOD)
True stories: “The Light We Carry: Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey” (TV-PG) presents a wide-ranging conversation between the two longtime friends, recorded at the end of the former First Lady’s book tour. (Netflix)
Pay-Per-View / Video-On-Demand
Kelsey Grammar plays a preacher in the 1970s who reaches out to the counterculture youth in “Jesus Revolution” (2023, PG-13).
Channing Tatum returns for one last show in “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” (2023, R), costarring Salma Hayek.
International passport: a special ops agent bonds with the young son of a crime boss while working undercover in the crime thriller “AKA” (France, 2023, TV-MA, with subtitles).
International TV: the limited series “The Nurse” (Denmark, TV-MA, with subtitles) dramatizes the true story of a Danish nurse suspected of poisoning her patients.
Stand-up: “John Mulaney: Baby J” (TV-MA)
A young woman (Alycia Debnam-Carey) investigates the disappearance of her sister during a Caribbean vacation in the limited series thriller “Saint X” (TV-14).
“Clock” (2023, TV-MA) adds a new perspective on pregnancy horror with a childless woman (Dianna Agron) pressured into a clinical trial to “fix” her ambivalence to have a baby.
True stories: The five-part “Dear Mama” (TV-MA) examines the influence of African-American revolutionary Afeni Shakur on her son, the iconic poet and rapper Tupac.
International TV: The limited series “Sam: A Saxon” (Germany, not rated, with subtitles) dramatizes the real life rise and fall of the first black policeman in Communist East Germany. From Jörg Winger, creator of “Deutschland 83” and its sequel series.
The feature-length special “Doctor Who: Power of the Doctor” (TV-PG) presents the final adventure of the Thirteenth Doctor (played by Jodie Whittaker).
Streaming TV: the second season of the comedy “Somebody Somewhere” (TV-MA) returns to the small Kansas town of eccentric outsiders.
Kid stuff: “Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures: Season 1” (TV-Y) presents a series of animated shorts about the childhoods of Jedi legends.
True stories: “Matildas: The World at Our Feet: Season 1” (TV-MA) takes audiences behind-the-scenes of Australia’s women’s national football team.
“Family Legacy: Season 1” (TV-PG) puts the spotlight on the children of legendary music artists and bands.
The documentary “Wynonna Judd: Between Hell and Hallelujah” (2023, not rated) follows the country music legend as she embarks on her next chapter following Naomi Judd’s untimely passing.
“Carol Burnett: 90 Years of Laughter + Love” (2023, TV-PG) pays tribute to the trailblazing comedy legend.
Kid stuff: the animated “Frog and Toad: Season 1” (TV-Y) is based on the award-winning series of children’s books by Arnold Lobel.
The natural history limited series “Chasing the Rains” (not rated) takes audiences into rarely-explored areas of Africa.
The docuseries “Amityville: An Origin Story” (TV-MA) examines how the story of the Long Island haunted house became a sensation in books and movies. (MGM+)
The second season of the British mystery “Dalgliesh” (TV-MA) stars Bertie Carvel in adaptations of three P.D. James novels.
The Criterion Channel
“Eric Rohmer’s Tales of the Four Seasons” collects the director’s intimate quartet of love stories at different stages of life, a mix of comedy, drama, and melancholy: “A Tale of Springtime” (1990, PG) starring Anne Teyssèdre. “A Tale of Winter” (1992, not rated) with Charlotte Véry. “A Tale of Summer” (1996, G) with Melvil Poupaud, and “A Tale of Autumn” (1998, PG) with Marie Rivière. All from France, with subtitles.
“Chaos Reigns: The Films of Lars von Trier” presents seven features by the boundary-pushing Danish filmmaker, including a double feature of his quasi-experimental tragedies “Dogville” (Denmark, 2003, R) starring Nicole Kidman and “Manderlay” (Denmark, 2005, R) with Bryce Dallas Howard.
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