From Fingernails, starring Jessie Buckley, Jeremy Allen White and Riz Ahmed, to Quiz Lady and Asteroid City, 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 30 – November 5.
If you’re looking for a new horror movie to watch before Halloween, The Exorcist: Believer made its way onto VOD last week. And The Kill Room, staring Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson and Joe Manganiello arrives November 3 on VOD.
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Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City debuts on Prime Video Canada on November 3 along with the second season of Invincible and Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Check out everything coming to Prime Video Canada in November.
A new episode of The Morning Show (Season 3) streams on Apple TV+ on November 1. The film Fingernails, starring Jessie Buckley, Jeremy Allen White and Riz Ahmed, premieres on November 3 along with a new episode of Lessons in Chemistry.
Christmas movies are starting to arrive on Crave this week with Elf returning on November 1, and then on November 3 Christmas In My Heart, Christmas In Paradise, and Saving Christmas Spirit all start streaming. See what else is on Crave in November.
A new episode of Loki (S2) arrives on Disney+ Canada on November 2, and on November 3 the comedy Quiz Lady, starring Awkwafina and Sandra Oh, premieres along with a new episode of Goosebumps. See what else is new on Disney+ Canada in November.
On November 3 the sports biopic NYAD, starring Jodie Foster and Annette Bening, debuts on Netflix Canada along with the Sylvester Stallone documentary, Sly. Find out what else is on Netflix Canada in November.
If you didn’t get Rosemary’s Baby on 4K UHD Blu-ray you can stream it on Paramount+ Canada on October 31 along with The Haunting (1999). On November 5 the new original series Lawmen: Bass Reeves premieres. See what else is coming to Paramount+ Canada in November.
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Photo credit: A scene from Fingernails. Courtesy Apple TV+.