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From classic movies to original series, these are the new, notable titles coming to popular streaming services.
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Beginning Jan. 1, the first two seasons of "The Office" are streaming for free, with ads, with the remaining seasons and bonus content available behind the Peacock paywall.
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Jim Carrey, Steve Carell and Carol Burnett lend their voices to this adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic.
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The late-night talk show hosted by alien commander Ned serves up 10 new episodes on the first of the year.
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Start off a new year with a new meditation practice by binge-watching this eight-episode series from Headspace.
Two longtime friends, who have built a movement out of minimalism, tell viewers how live is better with less in this Netflix documentary.
Fans of the long-running reality series can watch Matt James in the season premiere of "The Bachelor" the day after it airs on ABC.
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Hosted by Nicolas Cage, this profane, six-episode series dives into the origins of obscenities.
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A woman grapples with grief after a heartbreaking home birth in this powerfully-acted film starring Vanessa Kirby, Shia LaBeouf and Ellen Burstyn.
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Michael Chiklis is a veteran border agent forced to work for the people he tried to keep out of the U.S. in this six-episode drama.
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Binge the latest drama between Stassi, Jax, and the gang when the complete eighth season heads to Hulu in January.
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Woody, Buzz and the gang are here for a prehistoric-themed, 22-minute Toy Story short that the entire family can stream together.
Follow the coming-of-age story of rebellious poet Emily Dickinson (Hailee Steinfeld) when this Apple TV+ comedy returns with new episodes.
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This Netflix documentary explores the complex history of crack in the 1980s.
Two detectives hunt a serial killer in 1985 Los Angeles in this true-crime, limited docuseries from Netflix.
Stream the first three episodes of the new season on Jan. 14, when the satirical comedy thriller returns.
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The new season of M. Night Shyamalan's acclaimed thriller debuts on Apple TV+ this month.
Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany return to their superhero roles for this new series, which blends classic TV and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Four foster children help an endangered alien species in this Canadian science fiction series.
A high school senior faced with losing his hearing records a bucket list of his favorite sounds in this Hulu original film.
Emily Blunt takes on the role of the magical English nanny, returning to help the Banks siblings through a difficult time.
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A boy searches for his beloved pet in Wes Anderson's canine-filled, stop-motion flick.
A drone pilot and an android officer must stop a nuclear attack in this futuristic new flick.
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A married man faces a terrible secret from his past in this Hulu original, making its debut this month.
This eight-episode psychological thriller from American-Israeli writer and director Sigal Avin centers around a director who becomes obsessed with a screenwriter femme fatale.
A group of fairies at a magical boarding school learn to master their powers in Netflix's new young adult drama series.
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The second of two special episodes of the Emmy-winning HBO series follows Jules (Hunter Schafer) over the holidays as she reflects on the year.
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Based on the book by P.D. Eastman, DreamWorks' new series, for a preschooler audience, follows two fluffy best friends as they solve problems and help the citizens of Pawston.
This Netflix original film tells the true story of a mother, played by Naomi Watts, who is left unable to walk after a near-fatal accident.
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A wealthy widow (Carey Mulligan) hires an archeologist (Ralph Fiennes) to excavate burial mounds on her estate in this British period piece.
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A former football star turned convicted felon, played by Justin Timberlake, tries to turn his life around in this Apple TV+ original film.
All four seasons of this early '90s sitcom, about a family of dinosaurs living in a modern world, is available to stream starting Jan. 29.
This four-part documentary series shines a light on a Brooklyn youth football program that serves as a vehicle for opportunity for its young players.
Trevor Noah ("The Daily Show") will be the master of ceremonies for the awards show, which will air live on CBS and the CBS All Access streaming service on Sunday, Jan. 31.
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The highly-anticipated third season of "Cobra Kai" heads to Netflix soon, with the exact premiere date yet to be announced.