What to Watch: Coming to Theaters, Netflix and More






Want to know what’s hitting theaters or making its way to your favorite streaming sites soon? Look no further. Here is a line-up of what shows and films you need to see.

The Handmaids Tale – Season 2 (Hulu)

Get in on the show that everyone has been talking about. The Handmaids Tale is about the few remaining fertile women in the world being forced into sexual servitude in a desperate attempt to repopulate a devastated nation. Binge the first season now before the premiere of season 2 on April 25. Only on Hulu.

Avengers: Infinity War (Theaters)

There are few things I love more than Marvel films. Avengers: Infinity War will be the peak of these films, bringing all the characters in the Marvel universe together to battle Thanos, the Dark Lord. There are quite a few theories about which characters will make it out of this film alive… and which ones won’t. Who will survive? We have to wait till April 27 to find out.

6 Balloons (Netflix)

Dave Franco shows off his dramatic acting chops in 6 Balloons, a Netflix original film. This movie takes place over the course of one night while Katie (Abbi Jacobson) does all she can to help heroin-addicted brother (Franco) after he relapses. This film is streaming on Netflix now.

Westworld – Season 2 (HBO)

After a huge cliffhanger at the end of season one, Westworld is finally coming back with another batch of binge-worthy episodes to (hopefully) answer our burning questions. Click here for my review of the thrilling and mesmerizing first season. Westworld season 2 premieres on April 22, only on HBO.

Tully (Theaters)

There is something specularly pure and raw about Tully that has me intrigued. Charlize Theron looks unfiltered as a mother of three who can’t seem to catch a break until her brother gifts her a night nanny. Even mom’s need help sometimes. Tully hits theaters May 4.

3 thoughts on “What to Watch: Coming to Theaters, Netflix and More

  1. Avengers: Infinity War has me the most excited, but I am curious about Tully. Mostly because I love Juno and Tully reunited the director and Oscar winning writer of the Juno.

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