What’s hot to watch, A weekly look at the best of TV

Special to the Times
Hayley Michaud

Amazon Prime Video

Alex Rider – TV-14 – Action, Adventure, Family – Nov 13
Based on the young adult spy novels but Anthony Horowitz about a teenaged spy. Alex rider is an ordinary teenager, except he’s also working to become an extraordinary spy for the British MI6.

Crave


Moonbase 8 Season 1 – TV-14 – Comedy, Sci-fi – Nov 8
Fred Armisen, Tim Heidecker and John C. Reilly star is this comedy series as three astronauts struggle to qualify for their first mission to the moon as they deal with loneliness, self-doubt and at times incompetence.

Disney+

Inside Pixar – TV-G – Documentary – Premiere episode Nov 13
The first episode of this documentary series provides a behind the scenes glimpse into the world of Pixar from the people and the artistry to the culture of Pixar Animation Studios. New episodes added weekly.

Netflix

The Possession of Hannah Grace – R – Horror, Mystery, Thriller – Nov 10
For those who aren’t yet ready to make the switch from horror to holidays, Netflix has you covered.  When a cop fresh out of rehab takes the night shift in a city hospital’s morgue she faces a series of bizarre and violent events caused by an evil entity attached to one of the corpses.


What’s hot to watch, A weekly look at the best of TV

Hayley Michaud

Amazon Prime:
Chemical Hearts – R – Drama, Romance – Available Now
A high school senior falls in love with a new transfer student who hides a heartbreaking secret. Based on the book Our Chemical Hearts by Krystal Sutherland.

Disney+
Beauty and the Beast – PG – Family, Fantasy, Musical – Available Now
The live-action version of this Disney classic wasn’t supposed to be available to stream until October,  the media giant have pulled the release date a head to this Friday. The 2017 remake stars Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as the Beast and features Josh Gad (AKA Frozen’s Olaf) as LeFou!

Netflix
High Score – Documentary Series – Available Now
This six-episode series focuses on the ‘golden age’ of video games.  Narrator Charles Martinet, the long-running voice of Mario traces the history of classic video games including the OG Sonic the Hedgehog, arcade classics like Mortal Combat and Space invades and even the first Final Fantasy game, with insight from the innovators who brought these worlds and characters to life.