Reelgood.com assists individuals in discovering if their desired shows and movies are available for streaming, along with providing information about where to access them. The platform collects data from its extensive user base, consisting of millions of monthly users, to ascertain the most viewed content within a specific week. Presented here are the leading shows and movies from the previous week, encompassing Netflix, Amazon Prime and various prominent streaming platforms.
1. Hijack on Apple TV+
Idris Elba assumes the role of Sam Nelson, an expert negotiator, who finds himself on an airborne adventure. While on a flight journey from Dubai to London, he engages in a real-time negotiation with a hijacker, reminiscent of the intense pace of the show “24”. This series unfolds over the duration of the flight itself.Its a one of from popular shows.
2. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 on Disney+
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is experiencing a rather uneven year, with certain notable disappointments (such as “Secret Invasion”). However, the standout highlight of 2023 unquestionably belongs to the third instalment of “Guardians of the Galaxy”. This movie intelligently shifts a significant portion of its focus towards delving into Rocket’s backstory, the fiercely independent and ultraviolet character who happens to not be a raccoon.
3. Only Murders in the Building on Hulu
Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez are returning for the third season of their podcast-themed show, where they portray neighbour’s residing in an apartment complex that seems to be consistently entangled with murder cases. In this latest season, the trio is joined by special guest Meryl Streep, who becomes a part of their investigative escapades.
4. Special Ops: Lioness on Paramount+
Taylor Sheridan, the mastermind behind “Yellowstone,” transitions from the ranch setting to the intense battleground of the war on terror with his new series, “Special Ops: Lioness.” This show casts Zoe Saldaña in the role of a CIA agent, tasked with aiding a female Marine (Laysla De Oliveira) in forming a connection with the daughter of an individual suspected to be a terrorist. Notably, the series also boasts the talents of Nicole Kidman, Morgan Freeman, and Michael Kelly.
5. The Super Mario Bros. Movie on Peacock
The notion that the cinematic journey of Mario and his sibling Luigi would emerge as the inaugural box-office success of 2023 likely caught many by surprise. However, this is the reality of our current world, where film adaptations of video games and toy figurines reign supreme in terms of revenue generation (apologies, superheroes). The movie’s triumph is attributed to its adept handling of every facet of the plumbers’ narrative. Notably, keep an eye out for Jack Black’s portrayal of Bowser, the Koopas’ King—an antagonist who craves affection above all else.
6. Dark Winds on AMC/AMC+ (One of most watched shows)
The second season of this Western police series, set in the 1970s and adapted from Tony Hillerman’s novels, debuted recently. What sets it apart is its distinctive feature: the entire team of writers is composed of Native Americans, a distinction the late Hillerman himself couldn’t boast. This commitment to authenticity lends a palpable energy to the psychological thriller elements of the show.
7. Babylon on MGM+, Fubo, Paramount+, Prime Video
The most recent work from director Damian Chazelle didn’t capture the box office with the same impact as his previous films (if you haven’t watched “Whiplash,” I recommend pausing to do so now). However, this visually striking depiction, reminiscent of the opulence in “The Great Gatsby,” delves into the world of greed and glamour within 1926 Hollywood. The exceptional cinematography alone makes it a viewing experience worth your time.
8. Twisted Metal on Peacock
If you held the belief that every video game adaptation would reach the caliber of masterpieces like “The Last of Us” and “The Super Mario Bros. Movie,” allow us to introduce “Twisted Metal,” featuring Anthony Mackie, also known as “Captain America.” Essentially, it embodies the essence of “Mad Max,” but with a comedic twist, where the character Max adopts a talkative persona of a delivery person navigating a post-apocalyptic world.
9. Transformers: Rise of the Beasts on Paramount+
Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, and several other team members return in yet another prequel, this time set in the 1990s. This instalment also introduces the Maximals, which are animal versions of the Transformers. Notably, we meet Optimus Primal in the form of a lowland gorilla. Additionally, the narrative introduces the malevolent Terror-cons as well.
10. The Lincoln Lawyer on Netflix
Harry Bosch’s journey on Prime Video/Freevee has come to an end, but his half-brother, the Los Angeles-based lawyer who operates from a Lincoln car driven by his former clients, has found a new home on Netflix. Despite this separation, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo reprises his role as the unorthodox defense attorney Mickey Haller. The complete second season, which draws inspiration from the novel “The Fifth Witness,” is now accessible for viewing.
What’s New on OTT shows
Numerous upcoming web series and movies are on the horizon, ready for your enjoyment in the upcoming weeks. Be sure to explore what’s available on platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, and other OTT platforms.
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