From Eddie Murphy’s Candy Cane Lane to May December, starring Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore, 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 November 27 – December 3.
The Christmas slasher It’s a Wonderful Knife comes to VOD services on December 1. And if you missed it last week, the sci-fi film The Creator is now available to watch on VOD.
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My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 debuts on Prime Video Canada on November 28. The new Eddie Murphy Christmas movie Candy Cane Lane premieres on December 1. See what else is new to watch on Prime Video Canada in December.
The two-episode third season premiere of Slow Horses arrives on Apple TV+ on November 29 along with a new episode of The Buccaneers. New episodes of For All Mankind (S4) and Monarch: Legacy of Monsters stream on December 1.
Insidious: The Red Door makes its debut on Crave on December 1. Sleepless in Seattle, Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, Sarah Polley’s Stories We Tell, and all four seasons of The O.C. are also streaming on December 1. See what else is on Crave in December.
A new episode of FX’s A Murder at the End of the World streams on Disney+ Canada on November 28 and a new episode of The Santa Clauses (S2) arrives on November 29. The four-episode premiere on American Horror Stories season three also arrives on November 29. Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny debuts on December 1 along with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. See what else is coming to Disney+ Canada in December.
The animated special The Bad Guys: A Very Bad Holiday and the new comedy movie Family Switch, starring Ed Helms and Jennifer Garner, both arrive on Netflix Canada on November 30. May December, starring Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore, premieres on December 1. Find out what else is new on Netflix Canada in December.
A Bad Mom’s Christmas, Bad Santa and Bad Santa 2 all start streaming on Paramount+ Canada on November 28. The documentary Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage debuts on November 29 and the documentary Thriller 40 premieres on December 2. See what else is coming to Paramount+ Canada in December.
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Photo credit: A scene from Candy Cane Lane. Courtesy Prime Video Canada.