The Best New Movies And Shows To Stream On Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Disney+, Apple TV+, Paramount+, And Mubi This Weekend

If you’re like me, then you have multiple subscriptions to several different streaming platforms—which are all constantly adding new movies. Which begs the question each successive weekend: What do I watch?

For me, it helps to have all of those new films in one place. So in this article, I’ll run through the biggest new movies on major stream platforms, including NetflixNFLX
, AmazonAMZN
Prime, Hulu, HBO, Peacock, Mubi, Disney+, AppleAAPL
TV+, and ParamountPARA

At the end of the article, you can find a full list of all the new films available to stream this weekend.

The White Lotus: Season 2 (HBO)

An all-star cast head to a resort and unleash their worst, most privileged impulses. The series is a sharp social satire following the exploits of various guests and employees of the fictional White Lotus resort chain, whose stay becomes affected by their various dysfunctions. A week in the life of vacationers is unravelled as they relax and rejuvenate in paradise. With each passing day, a darker complexity emerges in these picture-perfect travelers, the hotel’s cheerful employees, and the idyllic locale itself.

Wendell & Wild (Netflix)

The two devious demon brothers Wendell and Wild (Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key) have to face their arch-enemy with the help of the nun Sister Helly, who is notorious for expelling demons. However, the brothers are not only plagued by her, but also by her altar boys.

Run Sweetheart Run (Amazon Prime)

After what begins as dinner with a client, a single mom finds herself hunted by a monstrous and seemingly unstoppable assailant.

Clean (Hulu)

A tormented rubbish man named Clean tries to live a quiet life of redemption, but when his good intentions make him the target of a local crime boss, he must soon reconcile with the violence of his past.

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel

Now in the care of Dave Seville’s nephew (Zachary Levi), chipmunks Alvin, Simon and Theodore take a break from pop-music stardom and return to school. Almost immediately, the tiny tunesmiths get the giant task of saving their school’s music program by winning a battle-of-the-bands contest. Though the boys think winning it will be easy, romantic and musical sparks fly when they meet Brittany, Eleanor and Jeannette — also known as The Chipettes.

Louis Armstrong’s Black & Blues

This documentary honours the musician’s legacy as a founding father of jazz. The film shows how Armstrong’s life spans the shift from the Civil War to the civil rights movement, and how he became a lightning rod figure in that turbulent era.

Survival of the Dead (Mubi)

Zombies have taken over the world, and a ragtag band of soldiers led by Sarge Crockett (Alan Van Sprang) roams the countryside trying to scavenge what they can. Constantly on guard against flesh-eaters, the group is intrigued when they hear of a safe haven on Plum Island. But when they arrive, they find the supposed paradise torn apart by a family feud between the O’Flynns, who want to exterminate all zombies, and the Muldoons, who coexist peacefully with their undead relatives.

Every new movie and show you can stream this weekend


  • All Quiet on the Western Front (October 28)
  • The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself (October 28)
  • Big Mouth: Season 6 (October 28)
  • Drink Masters (October 28)
  • I AM A STALKER (October 28)
  • If Only (October 28)
  • My Encounter with Evil (October 28)
  • Wendell & Wild (October 28)
  • Wild is the Wind (October 28)
  • Deadwind: Season 3 (October 29)


  • The Devil’s Hour (October 28)
  • Downton Abbey: A New Era (October 28)
  • Run Sweetheart Run (October 28)



  • Garcia!: Season 1 Premiere (October 28)
  • The Lost Kitchen: Season 3 (October 30)
  • The White Lotus: Season 2 Premiere (October 30)


  • Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (October 28)
  • Marvel’s Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell (October 28)

Apple TV+

  • Louis Armstrong’s Black & Blues (October 28)


  • The Commune (October 28)
  • Dear Diary (October 29)
  • Survival of the Dead (October 30)