Here’s what’s new on Video on Demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other services.

Top streams of the week

Toy Story 4 (2019, G), which received an Oscar nomination for best animated feature, reunites Woody and the gang for a road trip with new friends. Like the previous installments, it’s both funny and poignant and great for the whole family. It makes its streaming debut on Disney+.

Shia LaBeouf writes and stars in “Honey Boy” (2019, R), a drama about the stormy childhood of a child actor loosely based on his own life. On Amazon Prime Video.

Alison Brie plays an isolated, socially awkward woman whose dreams start to bleed into reality in the psychological drama “Horse Girl” (2020, R). It comes direct to Netflix from its debut at Sundance.

Three siblings discover mysterious keys to a dark supernatural world in their ancestral home in “Locke & Key,” based on the bestselling comic-book series written by Joe Hill; 10 episodes are streaming on Netflix.

J.K. Simmons stars in “Counterpart: Complete Series” (2018-2019, TV-MA), which plays like a John le Carré Cold War spy drama with a high-concept twist out of Philip K. Dick. Streaming on Amazon Prime Video.


Cult pick: “Blade Runner” (1981, R), starring Harrison Ford, became one of the most influential science-fiction films of its time. The definitive director’s cut streams on Netflix.

Classic pick: Paul Newman stars as “Hud” (1963), a cynical, hard-drinking cowboy, in the superb adaptation of Larry McMurtry’s modern Western that earned three Oscars. On Amazon Prime Video.

Pay-Per-View / Video on Demand

Oscar-nominated documentary “The Cave” (2019, PG-13), about an underground hospital in Syria, arrives on Cable On Demand and VOD. Plus: Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding in the romantic comedy “Last Christmas” (2019, PG-13); Ewan McGregor in “Doctor Sleep” (2019, R), based on Stephen King’s sequel to “The Shining”; and Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen in the thriller “The Good Liar” (2019, R).


The three-part documentary “Black Hollywood: ‘They’ve Gotta Have Us‘ ” (2018, not rated) and Renae Bluitt’s “She Did That” (2019, not rated), on four African American women who broke the glass ceiling, arrive for Black History Month.

Amazon Prime Video

Jason Schwartzman and Elisabeth Moss star in “Listen Up Philip” (2014, not rated), an American indie drama about a self-absorbed writer.


Streaming TV: the season premieres of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 7” and “The Masked Singer: Season 3,” and the series premieres of “Indebted” and “Lego Masters.


The documentary limited series “McMillion$” (2020, not rated) unravels a bizarre but true scam. New episodes each Monday night.


Other streams

Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made” (2020, PG), a live-action comedy about a boy detective (Winslow Fegley) and his polar-bear partner, comes to Disney+ direct from its Sundance premiere.

Kristofer Hivju (“Game of Thrones”) plays dual roles in the crime thriller “Twin” (Norway, with subtitles). New episodes each Tuesday on MHz.

New on disc and at Redbox

“Last Christmas,” “Doctor Sleep,” “The Good Liar,” “Playing with Fire,” “Waves.”