Everything Coming To Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Prime And Hulu This Weekend

Money Heist

As the first Marvel Cinematic Universe project to play exclusively in theaters (since the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home in July 2019) Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings will be this weekend’s major movie talking point. However, the myriad of streaming services are not slacking, either, with several titles guaranteed to generate serious buzz.

The pick of the bunch is Money Heist Part 5: Volume 1, the major installment for one of Netflix’s biggest shows. The Spanish crime thriller isn’t just an international phenomenon but a global one, with the last season racking up 65 million views in four weeks to secure a spot on the platform’s all-time Top 10 episodic most-watched list.

There’s much more than that to come, though, and you can check out the full list of incoming additions to Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, Disney Plus, and Prime Video below.

September 3

NETFLIX
Dive Club — NETFLIX FAMILY 
Money Heist Part 5: Volume 1 — NETFLIX SERIES 
Sharkdog — NETFLIX FAMILY
Worth — NETFLIX FILM

DISNEY+
Dark Phoenix
Smoky Mountain Park Rangers
Tomorrowland
Happier than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles – Premiere

HBO MAX
Amaraica, 2020 (HBO)
At Last, 2020
Bittu, 2020
Coffee Shop Names, 2020
Liberty Kid, 2007

HULU
The D’Amelio Show: Complete Season 1 (Hulu Original)
What We Do in the Shadows: Season 3 Premiere (FX)
Bolden (2019)
Undine (2021)

PRIME VIDEO
Cinderella – Amazon Original Movie (2021)

September 4

HBO MAX
News of the World, 2020 (HBO)

HULU
Flower (2017)

Disney Plus is adding box office bombs this weekend, with Dark Phoenix sending Fox’s main X-Men out with a whimper, while Brad Bird’s Tomorrowland lost the Mouse House up to $150 million and famously saw the studio halt active development on a third Tron as a result, setting the project back by a decade.

In terms of originals, Netflix’s post-9/11 drama Worth and Amazon’s star-studded Cinderella are aiming for very different demographics, but both have enough to draw in audiences.