Posted Thu Dec 27, 2018 at 01:12 PM PST by Steven Cohen
A new Black Mirror film is set to hit Netflix tomorrow.
Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video have released new previews and info for several of their upcoming programs and films.
Here's a full rundown of titles scheduled to arrive on each service:
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (Netflix, December 28) - In 1984, a young programmer begins to question reality as he adapts a sprawling fantasy novel into a video game and soon faces a mind-mangling challenge. Welcome back.
Pinky Malinky (Netflix, January 1) - A mockumentary style animated show that follows the everyday life of Pinky Malinky, an infectiously positive HOTDOG living in a human world. By always reaching for the stars, Pinky pushes himself further than anyone could imagine and proves that being a “wiener” is only one letter away from being a “WINNER”! Together with his two best friends, Babs and JJ, they navigate school in their beloved town of Sackenhack as only three best friends can.
Tidying Up with Marie Kondo (Netflix, January 1) - In the eight-episode series, Marie Kondo guides people who are at a crossroads, but willing to tackle the clutter holding them back to spark joy in their homes and transform their lives in emotional and surprising ways. Follows a loving family of four who have relocated to a Los Angeles apartment from a four-bedroom home in Michigan; a recently widowed woman grappling with how to let go of her beloved late husband's’ possession, but not his memory; a young couple living in West Hollywood who are ready to leave their college-style of living behind; as well as soon-to-be parents who realize it’s time to let go of the past to pave way for their future family.
Trigger Warning with Killer Mike (Netflix, January 18) - “'Trigger Warning' is about examining cultural taboos and giving viewers the space to examine the 'what ifs' and 'why nots' that limit how some people move and operate in the world," said Michael Render, pka Killer Mike. "In six episodes, we explore the human condition using nontraditional approaches. Not everyone will agree with my methods (and some of what we’re putting out is fucking crazy), but this show is about embracing your freedom to challenge societal expectations and conformity. This show is if an anarchist determined the status quo."
One Day At a Time: Season 3 (Netflix, February 8) - A reimagining of the Norman Lear classic, centering on a Cuban-American family. Our heroine is a recently separated, former military mom (Justina Machado) navigating a new single life while raising her radical teenaged daughter and socially adept tween son, with the “help” of her old school Cuban-born mom (Rita Moreno) and a friends- without-benefits building manager named Schneider.
Narcos: Mexico (Netflix, Coming Soon) - Explores the origins of the modern drug war by going back to its roots, beginning at a time when the Mexican trafficking world was a loose and disorganized confederation of independent growers and dealers. Witness the rise of the Guadalajara Cartel in the 1980s as Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna) takes the helm, unifying traffickers in order to build an empire. When DEA agent Kiki Camarena (Michael Peña) moves his wife and young son from California to Guadalajara to take on a new post, he quickly learns that his assignment will be more challenging than he ever could have imagined. As Kiki garners intelligence on Félix and becomes more entangled in his mission, a tragic chain of events unfold, affecting the drug trade and the war against it for years to come.
Magic for Humans: Season 2 (Netflix, Coming 2019) - From baffling people on the street to orchestrating elaborate tricks, Justin Willman blends good-natured magic with grown-up laughs.
To All The Boys Sequel (Netflix, Coming Soon) - A sequel for To All the Boys I've Loved Before is in the works. The first film was based on the popular YA novel written by New York Times Bestselling Author, Jenny Han. The movie stars actress Lana Condor and Noah Centineo.
Into the Dark: New Year, New You (Hulu, December 28) - A social media star celebrates New Year's Eve with her childhood friends, but a fun game of secrets turns into a terrifying fight for survival. Stars Suki Waterhouse and Carly Chaiken
Future Man: Season 2 (Netflix, January 11) - Season two picks up in 2162, and Josh, Wolf, and Tiger learn that their season one mission to stop the cure from getting out didn’t work. Season 2 stars Josh Hutcherson, Eliza Coupe, Derek Wilson and Haley Joel Osment.
PEN15 (Hulu, February 8) - PEN15 is middle school as it really happened. Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle star in this adult comedy, playing versions of themselves as thirteen-year-old outcasts in the year 2000, surrounded by actual thirteen-year-olds, where the best day of your life can turn into your worst with the stroke of a gel pen.
Informer Season 1 (Amazon Prime Video, January 11) - After a trivial brush with the law, a second-generation Pakistani young man from East London is relentlessly coerced by a counter-terrorism officer with a questionable past into working for him as an undercover informant, a job that will compromise not only his own beliefs, but also the welfare of those he loves the most.
The ABC Murders (Amazon Prime Video, February 1) - Agatha Christie’s famous detective, Hercule Poirot (John Malkovich) is racing against time to stop serial killer known as “A.B.C.” In a cat and mouse chase across the length of Britain, will Poirot prevail before the murderer stages his next crime?
- A current Netflix subscription starts at $11 per month for HD streaming and $14 per month for Ultra HD streaming.
- A current Amazon Prime subscription costs $119 per year or $13 per month. Likewise, Prime Instant Video is available as a standalone service for $9 per month.
- A current Hulu subscription starts at $8 per month with commercials. In addition, ad-free playback is available for $12 per month.
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