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This Week’s Streaming Picks

Spring is finally in the air, which means new life is all abounds. And new life can also be found in the streaming world with a plethora of many fresh and new shows to pick from. So, here’s our weekly roundup of the best streaming has to offer.

Ozark Season 4, Part 2 – Crime, Drama

 

The suspenseful and dark conclusion of Netflix’s crime drama Ozark dropped on April 29, and it’s a finale that’s keeping fans talking. Finally, all questions about the Byrde family, headed by Marty (Jason Bateman) and Wendy (Laura Linney) Byrde, and their ups and downs of managing their life of crime in the Ozarks are finally answered. Watch Ozark on Netflix.

The Yellowjackets – Drama

 

This highly rated show centres around four teenagers involved in a plane crash in 1996. While flying over Canada, a soccer team’s plane crashes into the wilderness, where they must survive for 19 months. The show flashes back, showing their lives before the crash and their attempt to survive. We also see their lives as adults as they deal with the aftermath of what happened in the wilderness. Watch Yellowjackets on Crave TV.

The Offer – Biography, Drama

 

This biographical drama, ministries, tells the story of one of the most iconic movies in Hollywood: The Godfather. Released on April 28, the show delves into the development and production of this movie that forever shaped gangster movies. Watch The Offer on Paramount.

Outer Range – SciFi, Thriller

 

Starring Josh Brolin, Outer Range is a mixture of so many different genres, such as SciFi, new-Western, mystery, and thriller, making this show a must-watch. The show is about Royal Abbott, played by Brolin, a Wyoming rancher fighting for his land and family when a mysterious black void appears in his pasture. Watch Outer Range on Prime Video.

Selling Sunset – Reality, Drama

 

Selling Sunset season 5 is back with all the usual suspects and plenty of new drama. Following the agents of the prestigious Oppenheim Group and their personal drama, work drama, and, of course, the beautiful houses of the rich of Los Angelos, the agents aim to sell. Watch Selling Sunset on Netflix.

One Shot – Action

 

An elite squad of Navy SEALs is attacked by insurgents while on an undercover mission to transport a prisoner off a CIA black site island prison. The movie stars Ashley Green (Twilight) and Ryan Philippe (The Lincoln Lawyer).

14 Peaks: Nothing is Impossible – Documentary

 

Follow the epic journey of Nepalese mountaineer Nirmal Purja and his team as they attempt to climb all 14 of the world’s 8,000 metre peaks in record time. A great deal of the footage from the documentary is taken from the expedition team itself. Watch 14 Peaks Nothing is Impossible on Netflix.

Suspicion – Thriller

This British thriller follows four ordinary Brits accused of kidnapping the son of a prominent U.S. media mogul. Watch as they embark on a desperate race against time and obstacles to prove their innocence. However, if they do – will anyone believe them? Starring Uma Thurman, you can watch Suspicion on Apple+.

Military Wives – Drama

 

Inspired by a true story, Miliary Wives tells the story of an unlikely group of women on a military base in England who start a choir to find solace in their time of loneliness when their partners are deployed. The single choir grew as a movement, with numerous choir chapters across England and Canada. The movie stars Kristin Scott Thomas (Darkest Hour, English Patient), Sharon Horgan (Game Night), and Jason Flemyng (The Last Kingdom). Watch Military Wives on Netflix.

A Very British Scandal: Season 2 – Historical Drama

In this three-episode series, Claire Foy (The Crown) stars as Margaret Campbell. The series dramatizes her marriage to Ian Campbell, 11th Duke of Argyll and Chief of Clan Campbell, and their scandalous divorce in Argyll v Argyll in 1963. Their divorce became a notorious and scandalous legal case, featuring accusations of adultery, forgery, theft, violence, drug use, and bribery. In addition, the series explores postwar Britain’s social and political climate and the attitudes toward women in the 1960s.

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Mishall Rehman

Originally from Atlanta, GA, Mishall is a freelance journalist pursuing her passion for writing in her new homeland Canada. She currently lives in Trenton, ON with her husband.

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