Here’s what’s new on Video on Demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other services.
Top streams of the week
Apple TV+ launches Friday, Nov. 1, with a slate of original shows led by “The Morning Show” (TV-MA), a drama set in the cutthroat world of morning TV news starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell, and “For All Mankind” (TV-MA), with Joel Kinnaman in an alternate history where the American space program races to catch the Soviets.
Also streaming are comedy “Dickinson” (TV-14), starring Hailee Steinfeld as a modern Emily Dickinson rebelling against her repressive culture; sci-fi thriller “See” (TV-MA), with Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard; and talk show “Oprah’s Book Club” (TV-PG). Kids programming includes “Ghostwriter” (TV-G), for teens and tweens, and the “Sesame Street” spinoff “Helpsters” (TV-Y).
Apple TV+ is $4.99 a month and accessible on Apple devices, Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Samsung smart TVs. You can sign up at tv.apple.com.
Timothée Chalamet plays young King Henry V and Robert Pattinson is the Dauphin of France in “The King” (2019, R), a historical drama from filmmaker David Michôd. It comes to Netflix direct from a brief theatrical release.
Kerry Washington and Steven Pasquale reprise their stage roles in “American Son” (2019, not rated), a screen adaptation of the Broadway play. Streaming on Netflix.
Tom Perrotta adapts his own novel for the seven-part limited series “Mrs. Fletcher” (TV-MA), starring Kathryn Hahn as an empty-nest divorcee. New episodes each Sunday night on all HBO platforms.
Noomi Rapace joins the second season of “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” (TV-MA) as Ryan (John Krasinski) chases illegal arms to South America. Wendell Pierce co-stars. On Amazon Prime Video.
Classic pick: Warren Beatty’s epic “Reds” (1981, PG), a sweeping Oscar-winning historical drama starring Beatty as reporter John Reed and Diane Keaton as bohemian spirit Louise Bryant, is streaming on Amazon Prime Video and Hulu.
Music documentary “Echo in the Canyon” (2019, PG-13) explores the culture that nurtured the melodic folk-rock sound of the 1960s.
Streaming TV: The third season of the comedy “Atypical” (TV-MA) and reality-show spinoff “Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!” (TV-14) are new this week.
Amazon Prime Video
Tiffany Haddish and Tika Sumpter play sisters in Tyler Perry’s raunchy comedy “Nobody’s Fool” (2018, R).
Prime Video and Hulu
World War II action meets monster movie in “Overlord” (2018, R).
Jennifer Kent’s “The Nightingale” (2018, R) is a dark, brutal revenge thriller set on the frontier of early-19th-century Australia.
The American indie drama “Blindspotting” (2018, R) follows a man (Daveed Diggs) during the final days of probation as his reckless best friend pulls him back into crime.
The sixth and final season of the tech-world comedy “Silicon Valley” is underway. New episodes Sunday nights.
“Agatha Raisin and the Haunted House” kicks off the third series of the comic mysteries starring Ashley Jensen as an amateur detective in rural England. Now streaming on Acorn TV.
New on disc this week
“Luce,” “Them That Follow,” “Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films, 1954-1975,” “The Before Trilogy.”
Now available at Redbox
“A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish,” “10 Minutes Gone,” “Running with the Devil.”