Stuck at home and not sure what to watch? Don’t worry, there are plenty of shows and movies, including local dramas and international film productions, to keep you entertained throughout the week. Here we’ve compiled five of the best upcoming programmes available across on-demand streaming services that you should tune in to.
Take a look at what to watch this week from December 7 to 13:
The bonus episodes of Euphoria take place during the holidays after Rue (played by Zendaya), left by Jules (Hunter Schafer) at the end of the season one finale, has relapsed. The pair of episodes kick off with ‘Part One: Rue’, which focuses on Rue celebrating Christmas with her family and reuniting with her mentor Ali (Fear The Walking Dead’s Colman Domingo) to discuss the aftermath of the events.
Out December 7 on HBO Go.
Based on the web comic of the same name, True Beauty follows Im Joo-Kyeong, a high school student who is bullied for her appearance. To hide her true face, she learns the power of make-up, which magically transforms her life for the better. Her seemingly perfect disguise seems to work, until she gets involved with two men who discover her real identity.
Out December 10 on Viu.
3Alice In Borderland
Kento Yamazaki and Tao Tsuchiya star in the live-action adaptation of the popular manga series, Alice In Borderland. It follows Ryohei Arisu (Yamazaki) and his friends as they try to survive a parallel world where they will have to compete in deadly games in order to get out alive. There, he encounters a mysterious young woman named Usagi (Tsuchiya).
Out December 10 on Netflix.
When a teen makes a viral video about her high school shutting down prom after she wanted to bring her girlfriend, a band of Broadway actors travel from New York City to the small conservative town in Indiana to help throw the prom of her dreams. The Prom is the latest musical film from director Ryan Murphy, and boasts a star-studded cast featuring Meryl Streep, James Corden, Nicole Kidman, Kerry Washington, Keegan-Michael Key and more.
Out December 11 on Netflix.
Whimsical chaos ensues when a man from modern-day Seoul is suddenly transported back in time to the Joseon era where his spirit gets trapped in the body of a queen. As he tries to find ways to return to his normal life, he slowly becomes entangled in the kingdom’s politics. Crash Landing On You’s Kim Jung-Hyun stars opposite Shin Hye-Sun in this fantasy period drama from director Yun Seong-Sik (Hwarang, Bridal Mask).
Out December 13 on Viu.