Release Dates: December 16, 2021
Platform: HBO Max
A limited series adapted from the award-winning 2014 novel by Emily St. John Mandel that depicts a world ravaged by a pandemic. In Station Eleven, survivors of a devastating flu attempt to rebuild and reimagine the world anew while holding on to the best of what’s been lost.
more RELEASES this week:
The premiere of a British YA mystery/fantasy series based on a book about three renegade teens in a ghost hunting agency who fight deadly spirits in London. Critics have praised the cast performances, plot twists, and genuine scares of this lively adaptation.
Darcy (Jennifer Lopez) and Tom (Josh Duhamel) gather their families for a destination wedding, but the ceremony is put into jeopardy when gunmen take everyone hostage in this action-packed rom-com. A lighthearted and fun escapist watch with a strong supporting cast.
A warm and endearing comedy series about a therapist grappling with the loss of his wife who tells his clients exactly what’s on his mind. From the team that created “Ted Lasso,” the series stars Jason Segel (also a creator), Jessica Williams, and Harrison Ford in his debut as a series regular.
A feel-good, witty rom-com following a new couple (Jonah Hill, Lauren London) as they take the next step in their relationship to meet each other’s families (Eddie Murphy, Nia Long, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, David Duchovn) while managing clashing cultures, racial tensions, and generational differences.
Clooney, Snoop Dog, Coldplay’s Chris Martin … and surely some of his exes like Ben Affleck, Sarah Silverman, and her ex Matt Damon toast the late night broadcast comedian’s big milestone. Expect some surprises and throwbacks. 10pm on ABC or Hulu Live.
An all-star case-of-the-week comedy-drama inspired by Columbo, the much-anticipated series follows human lie detector test Charlie (Natasha Lyonne) as she hits the road to help solve crimes. Along the way, she meets Adrien Brody, Jameela Jamil, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Lil Rel Howery, Nick Nolte, Rhea …
Scott McCall (Tyler Posey) and the rest of his pack must return to Beacon Hills 15 years later to fight a deadliest enemy. Other returning starts include Tyler Hoechlin, Crystal Reed, and Holland Roden. The film is being released alongside a new series adaptation also on Paramount+ “Wolf Pack.”
From Oprah Winfrey and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, the six-part docuseries expands on “The 1619 Project” — originally launched by The New York Times Magazine — addressing the impact of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans to American history through conversat …
Two teens are attacked by a supernatural creature during a California wildfire in this gritty horror-and-romance adaptation of the Wolf Pack book series by Edo Van Belkom. Starring Sarah Michelle Gellar and created by Teen Wolf’s Jeff Davis, reviews are mixed, but fans of CW shows will want to check …
The premiere of a new sitcom series about a self-aware young woman living in a world where everyone develops a superpower at 18-years-old, except for her. Feeling left behind, she depends on her flatmates to keep her from falling into self-pity, and find her way in the world to find her own superpow …
A thrilling crime anthology series in which defendants in criminal trials reveal how one wrong turn lead to another until it was too late to turn back. Based on the British series of the same name, guest stars will include Michael Chiklis, Margo Martindale, Wendell Pierce, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Baron V …
Against the backdrop of the WWII battle known as Hitler’s first defeat, a soldier returns home and learns a shocking truth about his wife in this tense Norweigian historical drama. The film takes place in Narvik, a small town in Norway which was the source of the iron ore needed for war machinery.