From classic movies to original series, these are the new, notable titles on popular streaming services.
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Chadwick Boseman embodies baseball legend Jackie Robinson in this powerful sports drama.
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Jennifer Garner makes a birthday wish as a tween and wakes up as a grownup in this cute romantic comedy.
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A woman looks for her missing daughter in a desolate town with a creepy cult in this chilling horror film.
A "fixer" (George Clooney) is brought in on a class action case after another lawyer suffers a breakdown.
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Wilbur the pig avoids ending up on the dinner table with the help of a special spider named Charlotte.
A hotel maid (Jennifer Lopez) and a politician (Ralph Fiennes) fall for each other in this light-hearted romantic comedy.
Kevin Costner, James Earl Jones and Ray Liotta star in this sports classic about a mysterious baseball field.
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The French series about four talent agents who take on their deceased boss' clients returns for a new season.
Fans of "The Great British Baking Show" will enjoy this cooking competition series featuring "Baking Show" winner Nadiya Hussain.
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Pierce Brosnan and Kate Beckinsale's love affair upends a young man's life in this Amazon original film.
A psychiatrist must decide whether a young immigrant convicted of murder should go free in this six-episode miniseries based on a Margaret Atwood novel.
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Laura Numeroff's book series for children is now an animated show. Oliver and his animal pals befriend a curious mouse and go on adventures together.
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A Canadian intelligence officer (Brad Pitt) and a French Resistance fighter (Marion Cotillard) fall in love in Casablanca during World War II.
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Comedian Maria Bamford's surreal series about her life returns with new episodes this month.
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Shepard Fairey, known for creating the iconic Obama "HOPE" poster, is profiled in this Hulu original documentary about the world of underground street art.
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"Hunger Games" actor Josh Hutcherson stars in this new Hulu original series about a janitor who must time travel and save the human race from extinction.
The newest Marvel series to hit the streaming service centers around a former Marine (Jon Bernthal) exacting revenge on his family's killers.
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Jim Carrey's incredible transformation to play Andy Kaufman in "Man on the Moon" is the subject of this Netflix original documentary.
Garrett Hedlund, Carey Mulligan and Jason Clarke star in this period drama about a racially divided post-World War II Mississippi.
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The crime thriller about a Wyoming sheriff, formerly an A&E series, returns for its final season.
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A teen discovers her father is having an affair in this Amazon original film set in 1990s Manhattan.
Six teens band together to face their supervillain parents in this new Hulu original series.
Clean stand-up comic Brian Regan talks board games and underwear elastic in his hilarious new special.
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Alec Baldwin voices a smart-talking baby in this animated romp for children.
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Jeff Daniels is a criminal on the run in this new six-episode limited series. Michelle Dockery and Sam Waterston also appear in the Netflix original.
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Based on his 1986 film, Spike Lee's "She's Gotta Have It" is a contemporary series centering around a Brooklyn artist, her friends, and her three very different lovers.
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Viola Davis won an Academy Award for her role in this period drama based on August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
Based on "Silicon Valley" star Kumail Nanjiani and his real-life wife's relationship, this romance depicts the couple's family issues and an emotional health scare.
Fur-trading outlaw Jason Momoa is the powerhouse lead in this action-packed Netflix original series set in the late 18th century.
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