7 New Shows and Movies to Stream This Easter Weekend

Discover the latest releases on Netflix, Disney Plus, Prime Video, Apple TV Plus, and more for your binge-watching pleasure this holiday break.

The Beautiful Game (Netflix)

Are you ready for a heartwarming tale that might just score big with your emotions this weekend? Look no further than Netflix's latest release, The Beautiful Game. Starring the talented Bill Nighy and Micheal Ward, this movie follows the journey of England's homeless football team as they compete in the Homeless World Cup in Rome. It's a story of resilience, redemption, and the power of teamwork that is sure to tug at your heartstrings.

Renegade Nell (Disney Plus)

If you're a fan of fantasy and adventure, Renegade Nell on Disney Plus might be right up your alley. Created by Sally Wainwright, the series tells the story of Nell Jackson, a courageous young woman framed for murder in 18th-century England. With the help of a magical spirit named Billy Blind, Nell sets out to clear her name and become a legendary outlaw. Get ready for a thrilling ride filled with twists, turns, and a touch of magic.

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The Baxters (Prime Video)

Looking for some family drama to spice up your weekend? Check out The Baxters on Prime Video. This adaptation of Karen Kingsbury's Redemption book series follows the lives of the Baxter family as they navigate love, loss, and everything in between. While it may not be groundbreaking television, it's the perfect guilty pleasure for those who enjoy a good old-fashioned melodrama.

Steve! (Martin): A Documentary in 2 Pieces (Apple TV Plus)

For fans of comedy legend Steve Martin, Apple TV Plus has a treat in store for you with Steve! A captivating documentary that delves into Martin's rise to fame in the world of stand-up comedy and his unexpected exit from the spotlight. With never-before-seen footage and candid interviews, this two-part series offers a glimpse into the life of a true comedic genius. Prepare to laugh, cry, and be inspired by Steve Martin's extraordinary journey.

The Truth vs Alex Jones (Max)

If you're in the mood for some hard-hitting reality, look no further than The Truth vs Alex Jones on Max. This gripping documentary follows the legal battles faced by controversial radio host Alex Jones, who spread harmful conspiracy theories about the Sandy Hook tragedy. Through intimate interviews and courtroom footage, the film sheds light on the real victims of misinformation and the fight for justice against those who peddle lies. A must-watch for anyone seeking truth in a world filled with deception.

Is It Cake? Season 3 (Netflix)

Feeling a bit indulgent this Easter weekend? Treat yourself to some mindless fun with Is It Cake? Season 3 on Netflix. Join a new group of contestants as they compete to determine whether objects are cakes or not – because who doesn't love a good baking mystery? While it may not be highbrow entertainment, sometimes a little escapism is just what you need to unwind and enjoy some lighthearted laughs.

Jerrod Carmichael Reality Show (Max)

For those craving a mix of comedy and introspection, look no further than the Jerrod Carmichael Reality Show on Max. This unique docuseries follows comedian Jerrod Carmichael on a quest for love, truth, and connection, offering a blend of humor and heartfelt moments. With an unconventional approach to storytelling, this series promises to be a refreshing addition to your binge-watching lineup. Tune in for a dose of laughter and self-discovery.

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