Here’s what’s new on Video on Demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other services.
Top streams of the week
Christopher Abbott plays John Yossarian, a bomber pilot trying to survive both the violence and the insanity of World War II, in the six-part Hulu miniseries “Catch-22.” The new adaptation of Joseph Heller’s biting anti-war novel co-stars George Clooney (also a director and producer), Kyle Chandler and Hugh Laurie. Now streaming on Hulu.
The documentary “What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali” (2019, not rated) looks at the life of the boxing champion with archival footage and Ali’s own words. Streaming on all HBO platforms.
“Still LAUGH-IN: The Stars Celebrate” (2019, not rated), a tribute to the comedy show, features Lily Tomlin, Neil Patrick Harris, Tiffany Haddish, Ruth Buzzi and Billy Crystal. The hourlong program was recorded in March and now streams on Netflix.
The gothic horror “We Have Always Lived in the Castle” (2019, not rated), based on the Shirley Jackson novel and starring Taissa Farmiga and Crispin Glover, is available on Cable on Demand and VOD same day as select theaters nationwide.
Classic pick: Cary Grant and Grace Kelly flirt through the French Riviera in “To Catch a Thief” (1955), Alfred Hitchcock’s frothiest romantic thriller. Streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
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A young woman (Florence Pugh) in a working-class English wrestling family gets a shot at the WWE in “Fighting With My Family” (2019, PG-13), a scrappy comedy based on a true story.
Also new: “Cold Pursuit” (2019, R) stars Liam Neeson as a grieving father taking revenge with a snowplow.
Netflix adds two family-friendly features this week: feel-good drama “Good Sam” (2019, not rated), based on the novel by Dete Meserve, and teen time-travel thriller “See You Yesterday” (2019, not rated).
Streaming TV: The offbeat comedy “It’s Bruno: Season 1” follows the everyday adventures of a man and his dog in Brooklyn.
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Catherine Keener plays a working-class homeowner who takes on the government in “Little Pink House” (2018, not rated).
Streaming TV: Phoebe Waller-Bridge returns for the second season of her British comedy “Fleabag.” Also from England comes “The Durrells: Season 3,” about the adventures of a British family in 1930s rural Greece, and BBC historical drama “Poldark: Season 4.”
The London West End revival of the musical “42nd Street” (2018), which showed on big screens in a one-night-only Fathom Event, is now streaming on BroadwayHD.
“Line of Duty: Season 5,” the acclaimed cop drama created by Jed Mercurio and the top-rated British show of 2019, makes its U.S. debut on Acorn TV.
New on disc and at Redbox this week
“Cold Pursuit,” “Fighting With My Family,” “Happy Death Day 2U,” “Silencio,” “Apollo 11.”