If you’re like me, you’ve got multiple subscriptions to many different streaming platforms — constantly adding new movies. Which begs the question every weekend: What do I watch?
For me, it helps to have all these new movies in one place. So in this article, I’re going to read the biggest new movies on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Peacock from today until Friday, December 31st.
At the end of the article, you will find a complete list of all the new movies available for streaming this week.
The Lost Daughter (Netflix)
A college teacher is confronted with her disturbing past after meeting a woman and her little daughter while on vacation in Italy. Her obsession with her wife and daughter evokes memories of her early motherhood.
Time Is Up (Amazon Prime)
An accident forces Vivienne and Roy to stop and try to get their lives back one minute at a time to begin living in the present.
Seal Team (Netflix)
The fearless Quinn seal gathers a group of unsuitable recruits to resist ruthless sharks with sharp teeth and reclaim the high seas.
Lady of the Manor (Amazon Prime)
The past and the present collide when the relaxed Hannah is hired to play Lady Wattsworth, a southern charm from the 1800s, on touring the Wandsworth Manor. Hannah thinks she can fake it quite well, until the ghost of Lady Wattsworth appears and tells her that it ‘s time to change her savage ways – otherwise it will haunt her forever.
Any new movies you can stream this week
- Lulli (December 26)
- Death to 2021 (December 27)
- The Door into Summer (December 28)
- Light the Night (Part 2) (December 30)
- Daiki Tsuneta: Tokyo Chaotic (December 31)
- Seal Team (December 31)
- The Envelope (December 31)
- The Lost Daughter (December 31)
- Escape plan (December 31)
- Lady of the Manor (December 31)
- Time Is Up (December 31)
- Monster Hunt 2 (December 26)
- The secret of the past (December 27)
- Sergio Mendes in the Key of Joy (December 30)
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