With hundreds of shows available across on-demand streaming services, it’s easy for your favourites to get lost in the shuffle. To help you keep track of all the new releases arriving this week, here’s a list of the five upcoming shows and movies to cast your eyes on.
Take a look at what to watch this week from November December 21 to 27:
1ariana grande: excuse me, i love you
Revisit the best moments from the pop star’s sold-out 2019 Sweetener World Tour, from the show-stopping performances to behind-the-scenes footage of Ari and her crew on the road. It also includes exclusive pre-show rehearsal clips, styling moments and the emotional challenges the Grammy-winning singer faced while on tour.
Out December 21 on Netflix.
2The Midnight Sky
When a group of astronauts returning back to Earth are unaware that a mysterious phenomenon has taken over the world, it’s up to a lone scientist in the Arctic to make contact with their spaceship and warn them. The film, directed by and starring George Clooney, is based on Lily Brooks-Dalton’s novel, Good Morning, Midnight. Felicity Jones, David Oyelowo, Kyle Chandler and more also star.
Out December 23 on Netflix.
When a pair of old lovers reunite years after they first met, they start to realise that their feelings for each other haven’t changed since. Tessa Thompson stars as Sylvie, an aspiring actress who spends her summer at her father’s record store where she falls for the handsome new part-timer Robert (Nnamdi Asomugha). Will their summer romance blossom into something more, or forever remain a youthful fling?
Out December 23 on Amazon Prime Video.
Drama, intrigue and love unfold in the latest Netflix original series, Bridgerton, set during Regency-era London. Based on Julia Quinn’s bestselling novel series of the same name, the show stars British actress Phoebe Dynevor as Daphne Bridgerton, the eldest daughter of the powerful Bridgerton family, as she makes her high society debut in search of true love. Soon, she catches the eye of the Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page), a rebellious and committed bachelor. The series also features Julie Andrews as the voice of Lady Whistledown, who narrates the show.
Out December 25 on Netflix.
In Pixar’s latest film, Jamie Foxx voices Joe Gardner, a middle school music teacher whose true passion is jazz. Gardner’s soul gets separated from his body in an untimely accident, after getting the opportunity to perform for other jazz musicians at the famed Half Note Club. He must go on a journey through the Great Beyond to return to Earth before his body dies, while discovering the true meaning of passion and having a soul. Soul also features voicework from Tina Fey, The Roots’ Questlove, Angela Bassett and more.
Out December 25 on Disney+.