Tons of new content is released on OTT every day, and sometimes finding the best content is overwhelming, leading to scrolling aimlessly. However, here is a list of the best new tv shows and movies across all the streaming platforms.
Thor: Love and Thunder
Thor: Love and Thunder recently hit Disney+. Starring Chris Hemsworth, the Marvel movie follows Thor, who goes on a journey, unlike anything he’s ever faced, a quest for inner peace.
Nope follows two siblings running a horse ranch in California to discover something wonderful and sinister in the skies above, while the owner of an adjacent theme park tries to profit from the mysterious, otherworldly phenomenon. You can stream Nope on Prime Video.
BTS Permission to Dance on Stage — LA
BTS ARMY delighted with the surprise release of BTS Permission to Dance on Stage — LA on Disney+. Disney+Hotstar’s synopsis of the concert film reads, Purple Colours the city of Los Angeles as BTS brings their ‘Permission to Dance’ concert to SoFi stadium for the first time in two years.
The iconic classical character is brought to life for the first time with the latest Disney film Pinocchio. The film, produced by Walt Disney Pictures, is a live-action adaptation of Walt Disney’s 1940 animated film of the same name, which is itself based on the 1883 Italian book The Adventures of Pinocchio, by Carlo Collodi. Stream Pinocchio now on Disney+ Hotstar.
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End Of The Road
Queen Latifah stars as Brenda, End Of The Road follows a woman who takes her two kids and her brother Reggie on a cross-country road trip when she decides to relocate after the tragic death of her husband. You can watch End Of The Road on Netflix now.
Cobra Kai Season 5
Cobra Kai is set in the identical made-up world as the first Karate Kid movie from the 1980s. The characters may have aged, but their passion for karate has not. The latest and fifth season of the show will relate the tale after the conflict for the valley’s soul. Stream all episodes of Cobra Kai Season 5 on Netflix now. Though there’s no official confirmation it is expected that Cobra Kai season 6 will return to the streaming platform.