Need a New Show to Watch – Check Out Our List of Suggestions

Are you all caught up on your shows on your streaming services and mindlessly scrolling through desperate to find something worth watching? This month, there were several new shows and movies released that might be worth watching. Check out of our list of suggestions:


Apples Never Fall – Touted as the next Big Little Lies, based on a novel Liane Moriarty, the story will make you change your mind several times as to what could have really happened.

Apple TV +

Manhunt – Following the death of President Abraham Lincoln, the series details an intense 12-day manhunt to capture John Wilkes Booth.

Palm Royale – Kristen Wiig portrays a character named Maxine who attempts to infiltrate the elite Palm Beach society.

Prime Video

Road House – Star Jake Gyllenhaal stars in the modern remake to Patrick Swayze’s 1989 classic “Road House”.

Ricky Stanicky – Starring Zac Efron, Andrew Santino and Jermaine Fowler as three best friends who invent a fake person


3 Body Problem – From the creators of ‘Game of Thrones’ who present a blockbuster adaptation of the acclaimed book series

Damsel – In a fairytale turn of events, a young woman’s marriage to a charming prince turns into a fight for her life after she is offered up as a sacrifice by her new family.

The Gentlemen – In Guy Ritchie’s new movie features aristocratic Eddie who inherits the family estate, he discovers that it’s home to an enormous weed empire — and its proprietors aren’t going anywhere.

Spaceman – Adam Sandler’s latest Netflix movie is based on the novel Spaceman of Bohemia by Jaroslav Kalfař.

Full Swing Season 2 – Whether you are an avid golfer or an absolute hack, if you love golf, you won’t want to miss season 2, which takes you along with all the PGA superstars and their families as they navigate their careers on the tour and the impacts of the LIV drama.

The Program – Cons, cults, and kidnapping is this new docuseries that explores the unsettling troubled teen industry, which continues to endanger children while promising parents that the so-called wayward youth of America can be “fixed.”

Damsel – In a fairytale turn of events, a young woman’s marriage to a charming prince turns into a fierce fight for her survival after her new family offers her up as a sacrifice.


We Were the Lucky Ones – Based on a New York Times bestselling novel, is a series inspired by the incredible true story of one Jewish family separated at the start of WWII.

Poor Things – The Emmy nominated feature film staring Emma Stone can now be viewed on this streaming service.


The Regime – New series with Kate Winslet who portrays a progressively unhinged authoritarian leader.

The Girls on the Bus– The book “Chasing Hillary” by Amy Choziak follows four female journalists on the campaign trail.

Dream Scenario – Nicolas Cage plays a mild-mannered professor whose life is completely upended when he starts showing up in people’s dreams around the world.