New releases for your streaming pleasure: March 29-Apr 4
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New releases for your streaming pleasure: March 29-Apr 4

Apple TV+'s The Big Door Prize drops its first three episodes today

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New releases for your streaming pleasure: March 29-Apr 4

Looking for a title to binge-watch this weekend? Here's our pick!

APPLE TV+

The Big Door Prize

Premieres on March 29

Based on a novel by M.O. Walsh, this comedy tells the story of a small town that is changed after a machine inexplicably appears in a general store. The machine reveals the true life potential of every resident in the town, upending the life of the seemingly content Dusty Hubbard. Chris O'Dowd leads the cast as Hubbard, with co-stars including Gabrielle Dennis, Ally Maki, Josh Segarra, Christian Adam, Damon Gupton, Sammy Fourlas, Djouliet Amara, and Crystal R. Fox. “The Big Door Prize” will drop its first three episodes on March 29. The remaining six episodes will follow on subsequent Wednesdays.

Eva The Owlet

Premieres on March 31

This animated series is based on Rebecca Elliot's book series "Owl Diaries". The show centres on Eva, a young owl who lives in the world of Treetopington. Eva expresses her big ideas and bigger personality through adventures with her best friend Lucy. Part of Apple TV+'s spring kids and family slate.


NETFLIX

Wellmania 

Premieres on March 29

When a health crisis forces a successful food writer to rethink her hard-partying ways, she jumps into a journey to get well — even if it kills her. The Australian comedy is inspired by Brigid Delaney‘s novel “Wellmania: Misadventures In The Search For Wellness” and is co-created and produced by Delaney. It starts Australian comedian and actress Celeste Barber.

From Me To You: Kimi Ni Todoke

Premieres on March 30

With her gloomy demeanor, Sawako has a hard time fitting in. But when an outgoing classmate approaches her, life takes a turn for the better. The Japanese romantic drama is adapted from the manga “Kimi Ni Todoke” by Karuho Shiina. 

Unstable

Premieres on March 30

In a biological research company, a son with social problems is forced to work for the company of his father, an extremely eccentric and exotic man to save him from disaster. The series stars real-life father-son duo, Rob and John Owen Lowe. 

Kill Boksoon

Premieres on March 31

At work, she's a renowned assassin. At home, she's a single mum to a teenage girl. Killing is easy. It's parenting that's the hard part. A renowned hired killer finds it difficult to achieve a balance between her personal and work life. 

Copycat Killer

Premieres on March 31

When a spate of grisly murders throws a city into chaos, a tenacious prosecutor must brace for a cat-and-mouse game against a dangerous manipulator. 

Murder Mystery 2

Premieres on March 31 

Four years after “Murder Mystery”, Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler reunite to reprise their roles in a sequel. The first movie followed New York cop Nick Spitz, who whisks his wife Audrey on holiday in an attempt to fix their marriage, only to end up getting framed for the murder of an elderly billionaire. This time, the couple find another whodunit on their hands — in Paris.


HBO GO

Succession: Season 4

Premieres on March 26

The stakes are higher than ever as the Roy children have been blindsided by daughter Shiv’s husband, Tom, and their once seemingly harmless cousin, Greg. With the future of Waystar Royco still hanging in the balance, the familial war between Logan and his grown children — Kendall, Roman, Shiv, and Connor — is heating up as we head into what will undoubtedly be an explosive season. Plus, there’s that little issue of Lukas Matsson still in the mix, who’s looking to acquire Waystar and shredding every bit of its reputation and legacy until it becomes an unrecognisable bit of archaic history. Chances are Logan won’t go down without a fight and his children won’t be pushed to the wayside either. Who’s in control and how will it play out for all parties involved?


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