The Best New TV Shows and Movies to Stream This Week

The Best New TV Shows and Movies to Stream This Week

With Prime Video, Hulu, Disney+, Max (the upgraded HBO Max), Paramount+, Netflix, Peacock, Discovery+, Starz and even more streaming services, there’s no shortage of options when choosing what to binge-watch in your free time. However, sometimes the amount of great film and television available to stream can be overwhelming and lead to scrolling aimlessly — hoping to land on that perfect piece of content.

Scroll no more! To help you out, ET has rounded up the best movies and TV shows to stream this week, including new arrivals, nostalgia-filled favorites, and screen adaptations of classic novels. One such book-to-screen series premiering this week is the much-anticipated Lessons in Chemistry starring Brie Larson.

Lessons in Chemistry isn’t the only highly awaited series coming to streaming this week, there is also the return of everyone’s favorite psychiatrist, Dr. Frasier Crane, in the Frasier reboot. From a new film starring Tommy Lee Jones and Jamie Foxx for your movie night to the return of Courteney Cox’s Starz series about a writer struggling with psychosis, we’ve got your content covered. Here are the best TV shows and movies to stream this week.

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Lessons in Chemistry (Limited Series)

Based on the best-selling novel by the same name, Lessons in Chemistry follows the journey of Elizabeth Zott (Brie Larson) as she gets fired from her job as a chemist and begins her career as a cooking show host. Set in the 1950s, when many women did not have a voice, Zott uses her platform to inspire women. Lessons in Chemistry premieres on October 13 on Apple TV+.

Watch on Apple TV+

Frasier (2023)

Kelsey Grammer is back as Dr. Frasier Crane in the Paramount+ reboot of Frasier. Returning to Boston for his next chapter in life, Frasier will make new relationships and forge old ones, like with his son Freddy. Watch all the hijinks that are surely in store when this new beloved series returns on October 12.

Watch on Paramount+

The Burial

Starring Tommy Lee Jones and Jamie FoxxThe Burial is inspired by true events and tells the story of a funeral home owner who must enlist the help of an outlandish lawyer to save the family business. The film hits Prime Video on October 11.

Watch on Prime Video

Shining Vale (Season 2)

After moving from a Brooklyn apartment to a spacious home in Connecticut, the Phelps family tries to heal after Pat’s (Courteney Cox) affair. Upon seeing the ghost of the former owner who died in the home, Pat begins to lose her grasp on reality. In Season 2, Pat believes she has moved past these visions, but have they just come back stronger? Find out in Season 2 which starts streaming on Starz on October 13.

Watch on Starz

The Mill

Lil Rel Howery stars in a new creepy and highly disturbing film, The Mill, streaming on Hulu now. When a businessman (Howery) awakes in an open-air room surrounded by towering concrete walls, a voice through a speaker tells him he must do physical labor and whichever worker performs the worst will be punished. Struggling to stay alive, can he escape this prison?

Watch on Hulu

The Fall of the House of Usher (Season 1)

Mike Flanagan, creator of The Haunting of Hill House, is serving up another spooky series on Netflix: The Fall of the House of Usher. Based on Edgar Allen Poe’s short story by the same name, the show centers around a powerful wealthy family with many dark secrets. When a mysterious woman starts to kill members of this dynasty, their secrets become uncovered. The series premieres on Netflix this Thursday, October 12.

Watch on Netflix

Loki (Season 2)

The God of Mischief (Tom Hiddleston) is back for season 2 of Marvel Studio’s Loki. Loki must work with the Time Variance Authority (Owen Wilson and Ke Huy Quan) to save the timeline. Season 2 premieres on Disney+ on October 5.

Watch on Disney+

Our Flag Means Death (Season 2)

Season 1 of Our Flag Means Death left viewers of the quirky period comedy on a big cliffhanger. Can Bonnet repair his relationship with Blackbeard in season 2? Catch up on season 1, then stream the first three episodes of the new season on Max now.

Watch on Max

Bob’s Burgers (Season 14)

Animation Domination returns to Fox with the season premieres of Family Guy, The Simpsons and Bob’s Burgers on Sunday, October 1. Fans of the animated series can stream the episodes the next day on Hulu. In the Season 14 premiere of Bob’s Burgers, parents Linda and Bob suggest their children start doing chores—which goes over just as well as you could imagine.

Watch on Hulu

Totally Killer

Starring Kiernan Shipka, Olivia HoltJulie Bowen, and Randall Park, Totally Killer has time travel, a killer on a rampage and, surprisingly, a lot of laughs. Halloween has always been a weird time for Jamie (Shipka) because her mother (Bowen) witnessed the murder of her closest friends on the holiday back in high school. In a twist of fate, Jamie travels back in time to the ’80s and it is up to her to stop these untimely deaths. Stream the movie on Prime Video now.

Watch on Prime Video

Beckham (Limited Series)

Whether you call it soccer or football, you know decorated athlete David Beckham, who is arguably the GOAT of the sport. Netflix is releasing a documentary featuring interviews with David himself, fashion mogul Victoria Beckham and those closest to the power couple. See how David Beckham became the legend he is today by watching the film streaming now.

Watch on Netflix

The Kardashians (Season 4)

In season 4 of The Kardashians, there seem to be some rifts between the sisters, but momager Kris is going to do everything she can to fix them. Giving us an inside look into one of the world’s most famous families, the new season is now streaming on Hulu.

Watch on Hulu

Gen V

Fans of The Boys will not want to miss this new spin-off coming to Prime Video. Gen V centers around Godolkin University, a prestigious college that only allows superheroes to attend. Finally living out on their own, the supes’ raging hormones, drinking at college parties and tumultuous relationships make for an explosive school experience. The first episodes are now streaming.

Watch on Prime Video

The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar

Netflix is dishing out a week of Wes Anderson shorts, starting on September 27 with Roald Dahl’s The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar starring Benedict Cumberbatch. Anderson has also made shorts from three more of Dahl’s works, The Swan, The Rat Catcher, and Poison, which are all available to stream now.

Watch on Netflix


Created by Dan Harmon, whose past works include Community and Rick and Morty, Krapopolis is a new animated show on Fox. Following a developing ancient city filled with gods, goddesses, monsters and humans, these unlikely neighbors will have to work together. Airing on Fox on Sundays, you can stream episodes the next day on Hulu.

Watch on Hulu

Starstruck (Season 3)

After a whirlwind romance with movie star Tom (Nikesh Patel), Jessie (Rose Matafeo) adjusts to the single life while working at her local cinema. However, when the pair reconnect at a wedding reception, will sparks again fly, despite Tom being recently engaged? Episodes are streaming now on Max.

Watch on Max

FX’s American Horror Story: Delicate

FX’s American Horror Story is back for spooky season. This time, the hit anthology show welcomes Kim Kardashian alongside Emma Roberts and Cara Delevingne in American Horror Story: Delicate. Roberts plays a young woman desperate to become a mother, but believes sinister forces are trying to stop her pursuits. The series airs on FX and streams on Hulu the next day. 

Watch on Hulu

The Continental: From the World of John Wick

Filled with non-stop action and fight scenes, John Wick fans shouldn’t miss this three-part event. Part 1 of The Continental, which gives us an up-close look at the hotel for assassins seen in John Wick, is now streaming on Peacock. The two subsequent parts premiere in the coming weeks. 

Watch on Peacock

Love is Blind (Season 5)

One of our favorite reality dating shows is back for a fifth season. Singles head back to the pods to find love sight unseen in Netflix’s Love is Blind. Based on the season’s trailer, we’re in for romance, heartbreak and all the drama. The first episodes of season 5 are streaming now.

Watch on Netflix

The Super Models

Through a combination of archive footage and in-depth interviews, Apple TV+ is giving viewers a look into the formidable careers of  Naomi CampbellCindy CrawfordLinda Evangelista and Christy Turlington and how these women created positive change for all future models. The quartet’s four-part docuseries, The Super Models, is now streaming.

Watch on Apple TV+

Young Love

Kid Cudi and Issa Rae voice the young millennia parents in this Max Original animated comedy, which gives an honest look into juggling a family, career and social issues. Young Love is now streaming on Max.

Watch on Max


Trying to make it big in the world of professional wrestling, Saúl Armendáriz (Gael Garcia Bernal) introduces a new character: Cassandro. Cassandro — or the “Liberace of Luca Libre” — creates a stir by being an openly gay wrestler, changing the world of macho wrestling forever. The movie premiered on Prime Video on September 21.

Watch on Prime Video


Prime Video — the home of Thursday Night Football — is releasing a documentary on the NFL all-pro center Jason Kelce. The film showcases the road leading up to facing his brother, Travis Kelce, head-to-head in the 2022-2023 Super Bowl. Watch the movie on Prime Video now.

Watch on Prime Video

Southern Charm (Season 9)

While Kathryn Dennis won’t be returning for season 9 of Southern Charm, the rest of the gang is back. Based on the sneak peeks, Shep and Taylor reconnect while Madison and Austin continue their feud with shouting fights at group dinners. Episodes air on Bravo and stream on Peacock the following day.  

Watch on Peacock

The Morning Show (Season 3)

Jon Hamm joins the ultra-talented cast of The Morning Show for season 3. The news network is on the brink of failing and, to make matters worse, a cyber attack puts everyone’s secrets in jeopardy. Season 3 will be filled with drama, heart, and award-worthy performances. The first two episodes of season 3 are available to stream on Apple TV+ now with new episodes arriving on Wednesdays.

Watch on Apple TV+

The Other Black Girl (Season 1)

Brought to you by executive producer and former Parks and Recreation star Rashida Jones, The Other Black Girl is based on the best-selling novel by Zakiya Dalila Harris. In the series, editorial assistant Nella (Sinclair Daniel) is delighted when her company hires another black woman, Hazel (Ashleigh Murray). As their friendship blossoms, Nella suspects something sinister is happening at their company and everything around her begins to unravel. Watch the workplace thriller on Hulu now.

Watch on Hulu


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