The movie “Blonde,” starring Ana de Armas and directed by Andrew Dominik, is a fictionalized look at the life of the late Marilyn Monroe. The film debuts on Netflix on Sept. 23; it’s one of the new movies streaming this month.
The Handmaid’s Tale: Season 5 of this chilling drama finds June (Elisabeth Moss) experiencing the fallout from killing Commander Waterford, and it is unclear whether the fight for the future is over.
The new season of the karate series “Cobra Kai” begins with the team licking their wounds after a loss at the All Valley competition, but they quickly find the fire to get back up and defend their honor. (Netflix)
“The Kardashians“: The internet’s most clickable family returns with a new season full of new name-drops and familiar drama. (Hulu)
Benedict Cumberbatch’s velvety voice acts as a narrator for a documentary-style series about nature — and you don’t even have to put on sunscreen to experience it. (Disney+)
“Andor”: “Rogue One“ prequel starring Diego Luna and Genevieve O’Reilly is available now on (Disney+)
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, a new television series based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy novels, premieres on Nov. 13. The series cost $250 million to produce, making it one of the most expensive shows ever made.
Hocus Pocus 2: The Sanderson Sisters Return: It’s What We Call a Comeback, Witches (Disney+)
In Do Revenge , a dark comedy directed by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, a former queen bee teams up with a quirky new student to seek retribution against those who have wronged them. (Netflix)
Patton Oswalt: We All Scream (Netflix) is the fourth comedy special presented by comedian Patton Oswalt and directed by him as well.
In Mija, director Isabel Castro spotlights Doris Muñoz and Jacks Haupt, two women who want to make it in the music industry but struggle to provide for their immigrant families while pursuing their dreams.
The 2015 American remake of the creepy 2014 Austrian film Goodnight Mommy, starring Naomi Watts, probably won’t help you sleep at night.
In the romantic comedy Love in the Villa, a woman goes on a vacation to Italy by herself after a breakup and finds herself rooming with a handsome man who she doesn’t get along with. Do we really need it to be more challenging than that? I think not. (Netflix)
Grace Van Patten and Jackson White star in “Tell Me Lies,” a Hulu original based on the novel by author Carola Lovering. The movie covers eight years in what a logline describes as a “tumultuous but intoxicating relationship.”
The cooking competition “Best in Dough” promises delicious pies of all kinds and hunger pangs that rival those you get while watching “Great British Bake Off.”