Film & TV

What to Stream for the Rest of 2017

by Gillian Rivera
11.08.2017
As the weather plummets, Friday night plans seem less and less intriguing. Instead, opt for a cozy night in with these upcoming titles.

Lady Dynamite, Season Two

Comedian Maria Bamford plays a fictionalized version of herself, loosely based on her own life in this comedy series. Incorporating her signature jabs at anxiety, depression, and a dysfunctional family life, Lady Dynamite keeps it real in the funniest way possible. 

Available November 10th on Netflix.

Lady Dynamite: Season Two

Whose Streets?

This documentary examines the Ferguson uprising following the careless and senseless death of Michael Brown.

Available November 16th on Hulu.

Whose Streets?

Marvel's The Punisher, Season One

Netflix brings us another Marvel thriller. Former U.S. Marine Frank Castle seeks revenge for the murder of his family, and in the process uncovers a government conspiracy. 

Available November 17th on Netflix.

 

Marvel's The Punisher: Season One

Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton

After 20 years, the behind the scene footage of the making of Man on the Moon, one of Jim Carey's most career-defining movies, is finally shared. Carey pushes the limits of his role, staying in character throughout the entirety of the filming process. As Carey says in the trailer, “Universal didn’t want the footage we took behind-the-scenes to surface so that people wouldn’t think I was an asshole.”

Available November 17 on Netflix.

Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton

Mudbound

Two families of different backgrounds cope with the aftermath of World War 2. This Netflix original film stars Carey Mulligan, Mary J Blige, and Jason Mitchell.

Available November 17th on Netflix.

 

Mudbound

Godless

Fleeing his ex-partner (Jeff Lee), outlaw Roy Goode (Jack O'Connor) seeks refuge in a town survived by only women.

Available November 22nd on Netflix.

 

Godless

She's Gotta Have It, Season One

The world was first introduced to Spike Lee after his 1986 release She's Gotta Have It. 31 years later, Netflix is set to churn out a remake. Following rising artist Nola Darling's relationships with her three lovers, this sex-positive series details the importance of self-love. 

Available November 23rd on Netflix.

She's Gotta Have It: Season One

Fences

In this is Oscar-nominated film, Troy Maxson (Denzel Washington) comes to terms with the struggles of supporting a family (Viola Davis, Jovan Adepo) in 1950s Pittsburgh. 

Available November 24th on Hulu.

 

Fences

Frontier, Season Two

Your favorite Dothraki Jason Momoa stars in this 1700s period series. Irish-Native American Declan Harp seeks to end the Hudson’s Bay Company monopolization of the fur trade industry.

Available November 24 on Netflix.

 

Frontier: Season Two

The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel

Miriam “Midge” Maisel find her voice in comedy after her husband leaves her,  pulling her from her perfect life on the Upper West Side. Starting off the bat with a two-season approval, this show is slated to be the next hit series. 

Available November 29th on Amazon.

The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel

Shut Eye, Season Two

Posing as clairvoyant, scammer Charlie Haverford (Jeffrey Donovan) begins seeing things differently after an attack from angry customer leaves him with a head injury.  

Available December 6th on Hulu.

 

Shut Eye: Season Two

Wormwood, Season Two

This Documentary-Fiction exposes the untold story of a covered up death of a CIA operative and biochemist Frank Olson, mind control, and LSD experimentation. Starring Peter Sarsgaard, this conspiracy oriented show will keep your on your toes. 

​Available December 15th on Netflix.

 

Wormwood: Season One

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