Everything Coming To Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu, Prime And HBO Max This Weekend
There’s no prizes for guessing what this weekend’s biggest hit on streaming is going to be, with the sixth and final season of Lucifer now available on Netflix. As the grand finale to one of the platform’s biggest shows, the last 10 episodes of the resurrected, revived and reinvigorated series are poised to dominate both the most-watched list and the online conversation for the foreseeable future.
On top of that, Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s Kate has things covered on the feature film front, and Netflix have increasingly been perfecting the art of delivering mid budget action thrillers that can always be relied on to draw an audience. Of course, it isn’t all about Netflix, and you can check out the full list of incoming titles heading to the rest of the ‘Big Five’ streamers here.
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Firedrake the Silver Dragon — NETFLIX FAMILY
Kate — NETFLIX FILM
Lucifer: The Final Season — NETFLIX SERIES
Metal Shop Masters — NETFLIX SERIES
Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series — NETFLIX FAMILY
Prey — NETFLIX FILM
Disney Far Away From Raven’s Home
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Twenty Something (Short) – Premiere
Elliott from Earth, Season 1
Malignant, Warner Bros. Film Premiere, 2021
The Killing of Two Lovers (2020)
Transporter 3 (2008)
The Voyeurs – Amazon Original Movie (2021)
LuLaRich – Amazon Original Series: Limited Series
Ben 10, Season 4C
NYC Epicenters 9/11→2021½, Documentary Series Finale (HBO)
Walker, Season 1
High Ground (2021)
Scenes from a Marriage, Limited Series Premiere (HBO)
James Wan’s Malignant is sure to draw in a sizeable audience on HBO Max given the filmmaker’s reputation as one of modern horror’s leading lights, while Scenes from a Marriage features the star-studded pairing of Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain in a remake of the classic 1973 Swedish miniseries written and directed by cinema legend Ingmar Bergman.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is heading to Disney Plus, and should prove popular among those wondering why it’s taken so long for the Mouse House to add box office smash hit to their own service. Don’t expect anything other Lucifer, Kate and Malignant to be the main talking points of the weekend, though, even if all three are catered to vastly different demographics.