In the golden age of streaming almost every week that passes mean there’s new content for audiences to enjoy. However, it can be hard to tell what’s new, coming and leaving from so many services. So, we’ve gone ahead and highlighted the biggest movies & TV shows coming to streaming this week, including Disney’s Jungle Cruise & Outer Banks Season 2.
Check out the full list below:
The Resort – Hulu
The Resort is an upcoming horror flick from Hulu. It features four friends who investigate reports of a haunted resort in Hawaii in search of a mythical creature. Unfortunately for the group they find exactly what they are looking for. Be sure to check out The Resort on Hulu Wednesday, July 28th, when it will become available for streaming.
Outer Banks Season 2 – Netflix
The Outer Banks made waves for Netflix when it released season one back in 2020. The teen drama was a massive hit and was quickly renewed for a second season. Catch up with these treasure hunting teens with The Outer Banks Season 2 on Netflix this Friday, July 20th.
Centaurworld – Netflix
Netflix is bolstering its kid-friendly offerings with Centaurworld, an animated original series following a war horse. When the warhorse in question is magically transported to a land of fantastic, and silly, creatures she must figure out how to return to her home. Check out Centaurworld on Netflix this Thursday, July 29th when it premiers on Netflix.
The Pursuit of Love – Prime Video
The Pursuit of Love is an upcoming Amazon original TV adaption based on 1945 novel by Nancy Mitford. Starring Lily James and Emily Beecham, this three part period drama will run for three episodes as a miniseries. Watch The Pursuit of Love on Prime Video this Thursday, July 29th when it releases on streaming.
Jungle Cruise – Disney+
Disney’s Jungle Cruise is easily the biggest release on this list. Coming in with a whopping $200M budget, this blockbuster will come with a price tag for those who want to stream it right away. Those who are willing to pay for Disney+ premier access can preorder Jungle Cruise right now and enjoy it come Thursday, July 29th. However, if you want to hold off it will be available for all Disney+ subscribers come November 12th, 2021.
These are just a few of the biggest releases heading to a streaming service near you. Stay tuned with Reelgood for the latest on where to watch the most popular upcoming titles on streaming.