Netflix will debut “Blonde,” a fictionalized adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates’ book about Marilyn Monroe, on September 23. It’s one of the new titles streaming this month.
The Handmaid’s Tale: Season 5 finds June experiencing the fallout from killing Commander Waterford and the fight for the future far from over. (Hulu)
“Cobra Kai“: The new season of this karate series kicks off with the team licking their wounds but quickly finding the fire to get back up and defend their honor.
The Kardashians are back for a new season of name-dropping and family drama. (Hulu)
The new series “Super/Natural,” featuring Benedict Cumberbatch as our guide, takes viewers on a thrilling journey through nature — and you don’t even have to put on sunscreen to experience it.
The “Rogue One” prequel you’ve been waiting for is finally here, with a cast that includes Diego Luna and Genevieve O’Reilly.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power : This bank-breaking show is based on J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasy novels, and is the first of a three-part series titled The Hobbit; it premiers February 17.
The Sanderson sisters return in Hocus Pocus 2, which is the sequel to their 1993 film debut. (Disney+)
The Netflix original series “Do Revenge,” directed by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, presents a dark comedy about a former queen bee who teams up with a quirky new student to seek retribution against those who have wronged them.
Patton Oswalt: We All Scream is comedian Patton Oswalt’s fourth comedy special for Netflix. He directed, wrote and starred in the 90-minute special.
“Mija”: Isabel Castro directs this documentary about Doris Muñoz and Jacks Haupt, two women who want to make it in the music industry but struggle to provide for their immigrant families while pursuing their dreams. (Disney+)
The 2014 horror movie “Goodnight Mommy,” which was remade into a 2016 film starring Naomi Watts, is likely to keep you up at night. (Amazon)
The synopsis for “Love in the Villa” doesn’t break any new ground: A girl (Kat Graham) goes on a romantic getaway meant for two after a breakup and finds herself rooming with a handsome man (Tom Hopper) who she doesn’t get along with. The film does nothing to challenge this premise.
Based on a novel by Carola Lovering, Grace Van Patten and Jackson White star in this story of what a logline describes as “a tumultuous but intoxicating relationship.” (Hulu)
The “Best in Dough” pizza making competition promises delicious pies of all kinds and hunger pangs that rival those you get while watching “Great British Bake Off,” a popular television cooking show.