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Stream These 7 Movies and Shows — Oct 20

Jennifer Lacey

ByJennifer Lacey

Oct 21, 2023

In the sea of streaming content, it’s easy to get lost. That’s why we’re here, navigating the waters to bring you the best of the best in our weekly column, ‘What To Watch’. This week, we’re serving up a smorgasbord of fresh releases and newly available titles, from movies to shows, all ready to stream on your favorite platforms.

Neon (Netflix)

Brought to life by Daddy Yankee, and featuring guest appearances from some of reggaeton’s biggest names, “Neon” is a vibrant tale of dreams and music. It follows Santi, a young man from Fort Lauderdale with big reggaeton dreams. When his song goes viral, he and his two best friends dive headfirst into Miami’s bustling music scene, in search of a record label that will change their lives forever.

Big Mouth (Netflix)

The seventh season of the much-loved animated series, “Big Mouth”, is back, continuing its humorous and often cringe-worthy exploration of puberty through the eyes of a group of tweens.

Elite (Netflix)

The drama-filled Spanish series, “Elite”, returns for a seventh season, featuring Omar Ayuso, the actor catapulted to fame in the show’s inaugural season. Amidst the intrigue and murder, the season also marks the acting debut of Anitta, the Brazilian singing sensation.

Upload (Prime Video)

“Upload” returns for a third season on Prime Video. Set in a not-so-distant future, the show explores a world where individuals can choose to upload themselves into a virtual afterlife of their preference.

Loki (Disney+)

The second season of “Loki” is back on Disney+. The fan-favorite series continues to weave tales of Loki’s adventures in alternate universes, introducing fresh faces and exciting new escapades.

Lessons in Chemistry (Apple TV+)

Featuring the talented Brie Larson, “Lessons in Chemistry” tells the story of Elizabeth Zott, a woman with dreams of becoming a chemist in the restrictive society of the 1950s. When she lands a job on a cooking show, she sees it as the perfect chance to sneak in some chemistry lessons for her audience.

Cobweb (Hulu)

If you’re in the mood for a fright, “Cobweb” is now streaming on Hulu. This chilling tale follows a family and a young boy who is convinced that something sinister lurks within his bedroom walls.

Jennifer Lacey

By Jennifer Lacey

Jennifer Lacey is a journalist with a talent for crafting captivating website articles that leave readers craving more. With a background in creative writing and a keen eye for detail, Jennifer weaves words into compelling narratives that educate and inspire. Her writing expertise spans various domains, from celebrity gossip to movie reviews making her a versatile and trusted voice in the online realm.