From classic movies to original series, these are the new, notable titles on popular streaming services.
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After seeing "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" in theaters, you can stream the first three "Jurassic Park" movies on Netflix this July.
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Mia (Anne Hathaway) goes from drab to fab as she's made over into royalty in this adorable tween comedy.
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Former Vice President Al Gore follows up his Oscar-winning documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" with a sequel that chronicles the real energy revolution.
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Sure it's summer, but it's back-to-school season in this mid-'90s Adam Sandler comedy about a rich young man who repeats his education.
"Brat Pack" star Molly Ringwald is a poor teen who gets paired up the most popular guy in her high school in this John Hughes classic.
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One of Donald Trump's favorite movies, this this Jean-Claude Van Damme martial arts flick can be found on Hulu this summer.
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Jessica Biel is a young mother who commits a startling murder in this captivating crime thriller, which costars Bill Pullman.
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Jerry Seinfeld has brewed a fresh batch of this hilarious comedy series. The new season includes appearances from Dave Chappelle, Ellen DeGeneres and Zach Galifianakis.
Dublin, Venice, and Copenhagen are among the latest stops on Phil Rosenthal's culinary journey in the second season of this Netflix documentary series.
Stream the latest episodes of the GLAAD Media Award-winning Freeform family drama.
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Bullying, feminism and prejudice are explored in this coming-of-age story based on the timeless Lucy Maud Montgomery novel "Anne of Green Gables."
Josh Brolin stars in this Netflix original film about a father-son hunting trip in the great outdoors.
Your little ones might enjoy this contemporary, animated feature based on Jack London's classic novel "White Fang."
Joseph Gordon-Levitt takes on the role of the infamous former CIA employee and NSA contractor who leaked thousands of classified documents to the press.
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This documentary series delves into the sordid histories and bloody reigns of some of the world's most notorious drug lords.
Hulu's British-American period drama, about a woman who runs a brothel, returns with new episodes this summer.
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The Australian stand-up comedian riffs on celebrity encounters and political hypocrisy in his new special.
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Based on the children's book series, this animated adventure centers around two best friends who turn their principal into a superhero.
Bakers race against the clock to create delicious, beautiful treats in this new Netflix competition series.
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The comedian returns with his sharp take on the week's pop culture news – all presented in front of a green screen.
The acclaimed sports series shifts its focus to Independence Community College in Kansas as a coach rebuilds a struggling program.
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Two college grads wonder whose dad can win in a fight in this Netflix original flick starring "Saturday Night Live" alum David Spade.
The streaming service is stepping into the home-makeover-series world with this new original, highlighting homes with quirky, unique interiors.
The host of the Freeform series "Truth & Iliza" debuts her new stand-up special this month.
Stephen King and J.J. Abrams present a creepy Hulu original. This psychological-horror series stars André Holland and Oscar-winning actress Sissy Spacek.
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Netflix's most-watched original series returns with all-new episodes this month.
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A larger-than-life cupcake, and his dinosaur brother, work odd jobs together in this silly animated series.
Michael Peña is a father haunted by dreams of an alien invasion in this Netflix original sci-fi horror film.
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Academy Award-nominated filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering explore the $400 billion medical device industry in this Netflix original documentary.
Catch up on Season 8 of William H. Macy and Emmy Rossum's comedy-drama before Showtime premieres the ninth season this fall.
The final season of the critically-acclaimed Cold War drama heads to Amazon Prime this month.
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Joaquin Phoenix falls for a computer operating system (voiced by Scarlett Johansson) in this Oscar-nominated Spike Jonze film.
The Hulu original comedy following a divorced single mother (Michaela Watkins) and her bachelor brother (Tommy Dewey) is back.
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