Here are new movies and TV shows to stream this week

Who says new week says new content! We have TV series that have garnered a lot of attention, critically acclaimed movies and a highly anticipated Christmas movie sequel.

Starring Florence Pugh in the lead, The Wonder is a 2022 psychological drama based on the 2016 novel of the same name. The film follows an English nurse, Elizabeth ‘Lib’ Wright, who is sent to a rural village in 1862 Ireland, where she is tasked with observing a young girl who has not eaten for months. Stream The Wonder now on Netflix.

A Christmas Story Christmas
The final holiday film is set thirty years after the events of A Christmas Story and follows the now-adult Ralphie as he returns to the Cleveland Street home to give his children a magical Christmas like the one he had in his childhood. He reconnects with childhood friends and reconciles the death of his old man. Stream A Christmas Story Christmas on HBO Max now.

The new romantic comedy film Disenchanted is a sequel to the 2007 film Enchanted. The film is set years after its happily ever after, Giselle, Robert and Morgan move to a new community and Andalasia and the real world are thrown off balance. Disenchanted will be available to stream on Disney+ from November 18.

Starring Jason Momoa and Marlow Barkley, Slumberland follows a young girl who discovers a secret map to the dream world of Slumberland. With the help of an unholy outlaw, she navigates dreams and flees nightmares, hoping to see her late father again. You can stream the fantasy adventure film on Netflix starting November 18.

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After three decades, one of The Addams Family characters is getting a spinoff series. The coming-of-age supernatural horror comedy TV series follows Wednesday Addams’ college years. In the series, Wednesday attempts to master her emerging psychic abilities and thwart and solve the mystery that bedeviled her parents. Wednesday will be available to stream on Netflix on November 23.

Alfonso E. Cramer