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Top Streaming Shows and Movies to Watch This Weekend on Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, and More

The first weekend of June brings a mix of new and old streaming options for viewers. While many older movies are making their way to platforms like Netflix, Hulu, and others, there are a few new shows and movies to look out for. Later in the month, audiences can anticipate the release of new seasons of popular series like The Boys and House Of The Dragon.

Let’s start with some highlights!

“Benedict Cumberbatch stars in ‘Eric’ on Netflix, a limited series set in 1980s New York City. The show follows a puppeteer named Vincent on a quest to find his missing son with the help of a big blue monster named Eric. The series has garnered positive reviews from both critics and audiences, with a 70% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and an 80% audience score.”

“Jeremy Renner returns in the crime drama ‘Mayor Of Kingstown’ on Paramount+. The third season of the series premieres this Sunday, offering viewers a gritty and intense storyline.”

“Director Ron Howard delves into the life of Muppets-creator Jim Henson in ‘Jim Henson Idea Man’ on Disney+. The documentary explores Henson’s creative genius and is a must-watch for fans of his iconic creations.”

“1917, available on Netflix, is hailed as one of the best war films ever made. The movie offers a gripping narrative set during World War I and has received widespread acclaim for its exceptional filmmaking.”

“Matt Reeves presents a fresh take on the Dark Knight in ‘The Batman’ on Prime Video. Robert Pattinson’s portrayal of a grungier Batman has garnered praise, with the film receiving positive reviews overall.”

“Although not new, ‘Blue Lights’ on Prime Video offers an engaging Irish police drama that fans of crime series like Line Of Duty and Happy Valley will appreciate. Set in Belfast, the show features compelling characters and a captivating storyline.”

“Viggo Mortensen’s ‘The Dead Don’t Hurt’ is a Western film that he wrote, directed, and starred in. While critics have praised the film, audience reactions have been mixed, with some finding the pacing slow and unengaging.”

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