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Between traditional television, video-on-demand publishing, and a growing number of streaming services, it can be difficult to keep up with what to watch week after week. Fortune helps you keep track of new releases and, occasionally, older titles that are worth checking out. Take a look at this weekend's notable arrivals, a couple you may have missed earlier in the week, and what's coming soon:
"Cobra Kai" will officially switch to Netflix on August 28th. Guy D’Alema
Cobra Kai: The third season of the series – initially a YouTube original and a sequel to the Karate Kid film series – won't appear on Netflix until 2021. However, the first two seasons of the series will officially be seen on the Streamer in August. 28.
Now all together: Auli & # 39; i Cravalho (Moana) plays a gifted teenager who hopes to attend Carnegie Mellon University, but she's hiding a secret: she's homeless. The film, which is based on the book Sorta Like a Rock Star, can be streamed on August 28th. Carol Burnett, Justina Machado, Judy Reyes and Fred Armisen can also be seen.
I'm a Murderer: Posted: The spin-off of the crime documentaries will be available to viewers on August 28th.
Unknown origins: The Spanish serial killer film, which has some references to comics, is out on the streamer on August 28th.
Plus, two Daniel Craig James Bond films, Casino royale and Quantum of comfort will be available on Netflix starting August 31st.
"The Binge" is set in a time when all drugs and alcohol are illegal. The only day on which everyone can participate in the "fun" is Binge Day. Cast from left: Dexter Darden, Skyler Gisondo and Eduardo Franco. Paul Viggiano – Hulu
The Binge: Think The Purge, but maybe funnier … and with more drugs too. This August 28th original Hulu movie stars Vince Vaughn and is set in a world where alcohol and drug use are prohibited except one night per year.
Bond films Casino royale and Quantum of comfort are also coming to Hulu on August 31st.
Documentaries early in the week Ravi Patel: The pursuit of happiness made its debut on the streaming service. Steven Universe Future is also on the streamer August 28th and the Ben Affleck flick The way back is available August 29th.
Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves star in “Bill & Ted Face the Music”. Patti Perret – Orion Pictures
Bill & Ted face the music: Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter are back for the third time in this comedy sequel, which hits select theaters as well as VOD on August 28th.
Villain: The action film starring Megan Fox as a "battle-hardened mercenary" can be viewed on August 28 on request.
documentary Cardin's house– which focuses on designer Pierre Cardin – is available through the virtual theatrical release (and in some select theaters) on August 28, before an official VOD release on September 15. Read the Fortune interview with the filmmakers here.
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