From Pain Hustlers, starring Chris Evans and Emily Blunt, to the new South Park special South Park: Joining the Panderverse, there are lots of new shows and movies streaming in Canada this week.
Find out what to watch on VOD, Apple TV+, Disney+, Prime Video Canada, Paramount+ and Netflix Canada for the week of October 23 – 29.
If you’re looking for something freaky to watch leading up to Halloween, Saw X made its way onto VOD last week. On the lighter side, The POD Generation, starring Emilia Clarke and Chiwetel Ejiofor, hits VOD on October 24.
Prime Video Canada
Two documentaries hit Prime Video Canada this week. Hot Potato: The Story of the Wiggles arrives on October 24, and Every Body, which tells the story of three intersex people and how they’ve dealt with it into adulthood, arrives on October 28. Check out everything streaming on Prime Video Canada in October.
A new episode of The Morning Show (Season 3) and the season finale of Invasion (Season 2) come to Apple TV+ on October 25. The four-part docuseries The Enfield Poltergeist premieres on October 27 along with a new episode of Lessons in Chemistry.
The Judy Blume adaptation Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret premieres on Crave on October 27 along with the series finale of Billions. See what else is streaming on Crave in October.
A new episode of Loki (S2) arrives on Disney+ Canada on October 26, and on October 27 a new episode of Goosebumps streams. See what else is new on Disney+ Canada in October.
The nature documentary Life on Our Planet, narrated by Morgan Freeman, premieres on Netflix Canada on October 25. The movie Pain Hustlers, starring Chris Evans and Emily Blunt, debuts on October 27. Find out what else is on Netflix Canada in October.
The documentary on Milli Vanilli premieres on Paramount+ Canada on October 24. On October 27 the new South Park special South Park: Joining the Panderverse streams. See what else is new on Paramount+ Canada in October.
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Photo credit: A scene from Pain Hustlers. Courtesy Netflix Canada.