Every week there’s a plethora of new content for streaming users to choose from. Whether it’s a summer block-buster like Jame’s Gunn’s The Suicide Squad or something more niche such as Adam Driver’s Annette, it can be hard to keep track of everything. So, each week we highlight five of our most anticipated streaming titles of the week. Hopefully this list will ease your streaming woes and help you figure out what to stream this week.
Alfred Molina, Rosario Dawson and David Oyelowo star in The Water Man. This action adventure meets fantasy film follows a family who must come together to save their ailing mother, played by Dawson. Gunner, an avid book worm, dives into a number of novels on the supernatural to help his mother. When he disappears in search of the mysterious Water Man, his father Amos sets out find him in an attempt to piece his family back together. While The Water Man is currently available for rent, it will hit Netflix Tuesday, August 24th.
Fresh off the debut of his latest Netflix hit Sweet Girl, Jason Momoa’s Apple TV+ exclusive See will air its second season starting this week. The show follows a world where humans have lost the ability to see due to a virus outbreak. When a pair of twins are born with the unimaginable gift of sight, the status quo of the existing tribes is challenged. Check out the second season of See on Apple TV+ this Friday, August 27th.
TikTok star Addison Rae stars in He’s All That, a Netflix original remake of the 1999 hit She’s All That. This gender-swapped rendition will feature Rae getting back at her ex boyfriend by transforming one of the schools biggest losers into Prom King. Check out He’s All That on Netflix this Friday, August 27th when it premiers on the platform.
Emma Stone’s fiery portrayal of Cruella was met with praise from critics and audiences when it premiered in theaters and on Disney+’s Premier Access. However, those that missed out on the flick will have an opportunity to check it out this Thursday, August 26th when Cruella becomes available to all Disney + subscribers.
Artistic icon Bob Ross is known for many things, but perhaps most notably is his dedication to optimism. The father of ‘happy little trees’ hosted The Joy of Painting for more than ten years on PBS, ultimately becoming an early internet icon. Netflix’s upcoming documentary,Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed, takes a deeper look into the business empire built by Bob Ross, uncovering the shadow left behind in the forest of happy little trees. Check out this documentary on Netflix when it premiers Wednesday, August 25th.
Well folks, those are a few of our favorite titles hitting a streamer near you this week. For a complete rundown of what’s new, coming and leaving your services head over to Reelgood for the latest on streaming availability. As for the most popular titles of the week, be sure to check out our Weekly Top Ten list, which is updated every Friday.