Mar 14, 2024 - Economy

What to watch on Netflix, Max, Peacock and Disney+

Lindsay Lohan in the movie "Irish Wish"

Lindsay Lohan in "Irish Wish." Photo: Patrick Redmond / Netflix

Here's what's new on Netflix, Max, Peacock, Hulu, Disney+, Apple TV+ and Prime Video.

What we're watching: Lindsay Lohan's new Irish rom-com, the finale of season two of "Invincible" and a new doc about Stormy Daniels.

"Irish Wish" — Available Friday on Netflix

The intrigue: This is the first of a two-film partnership between Netflix and former box office darling Lindsay Lohan. The other film, "Our Little Secret," is coming out later this year.

What they're saying: "She's the only other character that I've played that's a woman on her own, making her way in the world," Lohan said in a press release.

"Invincible" season 2, part 2 — Available now on Prime Video

Catch up quick: In the first half of season two, a new villain (played by Sterling K. Brown) emerges with the ability to travel across dimensions. Meanwhile, Mark has an unexpected encounter with his estranged father and discovers he has an alien sibling.

My thought bubble: I enjoyed how this half of season two dives deeper into the motivations and emotions of the Guardians of the Globe — especially The Immortal, Rex and Atom Eve.

Behind the scenes: According to lead actor Steven Yeun, the gap between seasons two and three won't be long.

"Stormy" — Available Monday on Peacock

State of play: Former adult film actress Stormy Daniels tells her own story in this documentary about her life, marriages, career, motherhood and the turmoil and aftermath of her encounters with former President Donald Trump.

Driving the news: The 2024 presidential candidate is facing a criminal trial over a hush money payment made to Daniels during his 2016 presidential campaign.

"Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor's Version)" on Disney+

  • The streaming version of Swift's Golden Globe-nominated concert film will include the song "Cardigan" and four additional acoustic songs. Available Friday.

"Frida" on Prime Video

  • This vivid documentary about the life and work of Frida Kahlo premiered at the 2024 Sundance Film Festival. Available Friday.
  • Behind the scenes: First-time director Carla Gutierrez and her team gained access to never-before-seen research materials and used Kahlo's writings and print interviews to narrate the film.

"Manhunt" on Apple TV+

  • This new series about the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and the subsequent chase and capture of John Wilkes Booth is based on James L. Swanson's New York Times bestseller. Available Friday.

"Girls5eva" season 3 on Netflix

  • In addition to the new third season, seasons one and two of this Emmy-nominated musical comedy are coming to Netflix. Available now.

"The Lionheart" on Max

  • Watch Sebastian and Oliver Wheldon, the 12- and 10-year old sons of the late two-time Indy 500 champion Dan Wheldon, pursue their own racing careers in this new documentary. Available now.

"The Bloody Hundredth" on Apple TV+

  • Narrated and produced by Tom Hanks, this new documentary covers the 100th Bomb Group, who conducted bombing raids over Nazi Germany during World War II. Available Friday.

"Little Wing" on Paramount+

  • This coming-of-age film starring Brian Cox ("Succession"), Kelly Reilly ("Yellowstone") and Brooklynn Prince ("Cocaine Bear") was inspired by Susan Orlean's article about pigeon racing. Available now.

"Apples Never Fall" on Peacock

  • This new limited drama series about a picturesque family unraveled by their matriarch's disappearance is based on Liane Moriarty's New York Times bestselling novel. Available now.

"The Girls on the Bus" on Max

  • Four political journalists from different outlets and walks of life clash and then bond as they work the campaign trail. Available now.

"Nolly" on PBS

  • Helena Bonham Carter stars in this new limited series about daytime soap opera legend Joan Noele "Nolly" Gordon. Available Sunday.
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