Wondering what’s new to watch on streaming services in Canada this week? Here are some movies and TV shows available to stream in Canada for the week of October 2 – 8.
The Nun II is available on VOD October 3 along with another horror flick, The Jester. And Talk to Me and Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City are both available to rent as of Oct. 3.
Prime Video Canada
This week on Prime Video Canada it’s all about the horror-comedy Totally Killer, starring Kiernan Shipka (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) as a 17-year-old who travels back to the ’80s to try to stop the “Sweet Sixteen Killer”. Totally Killer premieres on October 6. Check out everything streaming on Prime Video Canada in October.
New episodes of The Morning Show (Season 3) and Invasion (Season 2) come to Apple TV+ on October 4. A new episode of The Changeling streams on the 6th and if you missed the movie Flora and Son, starring Eve Hewson and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, it hit the streaming service last week.
The Craft, Final Destination, The Blackening, Manufactured Landscapes and Con Air all come to Crave on October 6. Meg 2: The Trench also arrived on Crave last week. See what else is streaming on Crave in October.
The season finales of Only Murders in the Building (Season 3) and Star Wars: Ashoka stream on October 3. Haunted Mansion premieres on October 4 and on October 5 The Boogeyman arrives along with the second season of Loki. See what else is new on Disney+ Canada in October.
The series Everything Now streams on Netflix Canada October 5 along with Halloween II. The erotic thriller Fair Play, starring Phoebe Dynevor and Alden Ehrenreich, premieres October 6. Find out what else is on Netflix Canada in October.
All movies in The Hunger Games series come to Paramount+ Canada on October 3. The very enjoyable Paramount+ exclusive sequel Pet Sematary: Bloodlines premieres on October 6. See what else is new on Paramount+ Canada in October.
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Photo credit: A scene from Totally Killer. Courtesy Prime Video Canada.