1656080117 94 7 New Movies and TV Shows on Netflix Prime

After last week's refreshingly low-key crop of arrivals from streaming services, Netflix is ​​returning to the spotlight with two flagship productions whose names are sure to hit Twitter's trending page in the days to come.

In truth, it's hard to decide which new series is more important: Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area or The Umbrella Academy Season 3. for HBO Max also for a gift, thanks to the long-awaited release of Westworld season 4.

Below, we've rounded up seven of the best new movies and TV shows available to stream on Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV Plus, and more this weekend.

Money Heist: Korea – Common Economic Space (Netflix)

Money Heist fans may have seen their beloved Spanish-language Netflix show end last year, but the franchise returns this weekend in the form of Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area, a Korean adaptation of Alex's criminal history. Pineapple. Serie.

This remake companion show follows a group of thieves, led by Squid Game Park star Hae-soo, as they try to escape from Korea's newly unified currency into the titular Common Economic Zone. Pina himself is an executive producer on the series, which Netflix says "will breathe new life into the familiar." [Money Heist] story and bring the material back to global audiences.

In a similar format to Stranger Things 4, the first six episodes of Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area are available to stream today, with the second half of the show's first season following later this year. Get ready: this one is going to be big.

Now available to stream on Netflix.

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The Umbrella Academy Season 3 (Netflix)

Everyone's favorite superpowered (and slightly dysfunctional) family makes its long-awaited return to Netflix this weekend.

Umbrella Academy season 3 sees the Hargreeves clan take on the equally fantastical Sparrow Academy, before the two families are, to no one's surprise, forced to deal with another potentially apocalyptic event. Interestingly, the show no longer parallels Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá's graphic novel series (the next volume has yet to be released). Thus, The Umbrella Academy season 3 also marks a creative departure from previous seasons.

Unfortunately, according to TechRadar's resident entertainment reporter Tom Power, the series' new episodes "are a frustrating mix of good and bad ideas" that make The Umbrella Academy season 3 "the series' weakest entry to date." now". That said, superhero fans will likely still find plenty of action to enjoy here.

Now available to stream on Netflix.

Westworld Season 4 (HBO Max)

Westworld fans, your time has come: Season 4 of HBO's jaw-dropping sci-fi series begins streaming on HBO Max in the US and Sky and Now TV in the UK from Sunday.

With the show not hitting screens in over two years, you'd be forgiven for entering Westworld's long-awaited fourth season with as much familiarity as the first, and to be honest, we're still a little unsure where its convoluted story ended in ourselves. However, we do know that Evan Rachel Wood, Thandiwe Newton, Ed Harris, and even James Marsden will reprise their roles in new episodes, while West Side Story star Ariana DeBose joins the cast as a newcomer.

Westworld got off to a great start when it launched its first season in 2016, so we sincerely hope that season 4 can get this super-stylish HBO show back on track after a couple of follow-up entries.

Available to stream on HBO Max in the US and Sky and Now TV in the UK from Sunday.

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Chloe (main video)

After debuting in the UK to rave reviews earlier this year, writer/director Alice Seabright's acclaimed thriller Chloe is now available to stream worldwide on Prime Video.

Starring The Crown's Erin Doherty, this six-part show follows Becky, a quiet XNUMX-something obsessed with the Instagram account of a city councillor's seemingly perfect wife (Poppy Gilbert). But when the latter dies suddenly, Becky adopts a new personality and tries to infiltrate the woman's life in search of answers.

Critics described Chloe as "an absolute delight of a show" when it launched on the BBC in February, so it's definitely a show for fans of Netflix's comparable series Inventing Anna (as well as those who appreciated the contributions from Seabright to Sex Education).

Now available to stream on Prime Video.

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Loot (Apple TV Plus)

The star-studded series is still coming to Apple TV Plus in 2022.

Loot, a new workplace comedy from writing duo Alan Yang (Master of None) and Matt Hubbard (30 Rock), follows Maya Rudolph's Molly Novak, a woman who finds herself with unexpected fortune after her husband (Adam Scott) betrayed her. However, when Molly discovers the existence of a charitable foundation set up in her name, she soon realizes that great power is coming… you know the rest.

Mj Rodriguez, Ron Funches and Joel Kim Booster star in Loot alongside Rudolph, the first three episodes of which are available to stream today. The remaining seven entries in the show are scheduled to arrive weekly through August 12.

Now available to stream on Apple TV Plus.

(*7*)Man vs Bee (Netflix)

What else can we say about Man vs. Bee that the thumbnail above does not reveal?

This 10-episode Netflix series follows a bumbling father, Trevor (Rowan Atkinson), who finds himself on a collision course with a mischievous bumblebee while protecting the home of a wealthy businesswoman. Determined to get rid of this pesky bug, Trevor takes matters into his own hands, with hilarious and disastrous consequences.

If beloved British comedian Atknison hadn't been involved in this seemingly ridiculous project, we probably would have recommended him to miss out, but such is the enduring appeal of the Mr. Bean actor that Man vs Bee looks like genuinely brilliant fun.

Now available to stream on Netflix.

Beavis and Butt-Head make the universe (Paramount Plus)

TechRadar Global Editor Gareth Beavis has been the butt of cruel Beavis and Butt-Head jokes all his life, so we're not going to do that here. No jokes. None.

Gareth Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe (damn!) are resurrecting the iconic cartoon duo for a new feature-length adventure at Paramount Plus. Arriving as a precursor to the couple's serialized revival later this year, the film picks up directly after the events of 1996's Beavis and Butt-Head Do America and thrusts the titular slacker teens into the present, where they meet the Internet. , romance and. ..iPhone?

Franchise creator Mike Judge reprises his roles as Beavis and Butt-Head, while many of the Silicon Valley comedian's co-stars, including Martin Starr, Chris Diamantopoulos and Jimmy O. Yang, also get in the act.

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