Best TV shows, movies to stream this weekend on Netflix, Hulu, Peacock: February 23, 2024 – Business Insider

Netflix has some of the biggest releases this week.
For TV fans, you’ll want to catch up on the latest episodes of “Love Is Blind” season six. The streamer’s highly anticipated (and polarizing) live-action adaptation of “Avatar: The Last Airbender” also debuted its entire first season.
Hit movies like the 2022 Oscar winner “Everything Everywhere All at Once” are also newly available to stream.
Here’s a complete rundown of all the best movies, shows, and documentaries to stream this weekend, broken down by what kind of entertainment you’re looking for.
The first six-episode drop had no shortage of mess (#BeanDip). But the latest three episodes of “Love Is Blind,” released Wednesday, are filled with tears, yelling, and breakups. It’s a must-watch.
Streaming on: Netflix
If celebreality drama is more your thing than watching the dating woes of randos in North Carolina, you’re in luck. “The Family Stallone,” the Paramount+ reality show starring action star Sylvester Stallone, his wife Jennifer Flavin, and their children, returned for its second season this week.
Tune in to see Sly put two of his twenty-something daughters through boot camp self-defense training with a former Navy SEAL.
Streaming on: Paramount+
Coppola’s 2023 biopic was based on Priscilla Presley’s 1985 memoir “Elvis and Me.” The film, starring Cailee Spaeny as Priscilla and “Saltburn” star Jacob Elordi as Elvis, charts their controversial and tumultuous age-gap relationship.
Streaming on: Max
In 2022, Business Insider’s Kirsten Acuna named “Everything Everywhere All At Once” the best movie of the year, and she was 100% correct.
But don’t just take our word for it. Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (aka “the Daniels”), the Michelle Yeoh-led film swept multiple categories at the 2023 Oscars, including best picture, best original screenplay, best director, and acting wins for Yeoh, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Ke Huy Quan.
Streaming on: Netflix
A new, two-night Lifetime documentary special finally gives Williams the chance to tell her story after her sudden disappearance from the spotlight amid her health issues.
Streaming on: Lifetime (or via Hulu Live TV, Philo, or Sling)
The new live-action version of the beloved Nickelodeon cartoon is certainly polarizing. But the Netflix series — and several of its breakout stars — are definitely getting buzz. Tune in and decide for yourself whether it lives up to the original, or at least surpasses M. Night Shyamalan’s atrocious 2010 film adaptation.
Streaming on: Netflix
“The Walking Dead” wrapped in 2022. Now, fans are getting the long-awaited reunion between Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Michonne (Danai Gurira) in “The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live,” the latest among the flagship show’s many spinoffs of varying quality. The premiere episode airs on AMC and streams on Sunday.
Streaming on: AMC+
The new docuseries explores the Godfather of Soul’s life and legacy through exclusive interviews with his family, including his daughters.
Streaming on: A&E (or Hulu Live TV)
The sci-fi comedy-drama, starring Linda Hamilton and Alan Tudyk, recently returned for its third season. It follows an alien named Harry (Tudyk) who crash-lands on Earth, takes over the life of a human doctor, and eventually has a change of heart about his mission to kill all humans. You can also catch up on the first two seasons on Netflix before diving into the new episodes.
Streaming on: Peacock
The four-part docuseries tracks the legendary athlete‘s career and his journey to winning the World Cup in 2022.
Streaming on: Apple TV+
Disclosure: Mathias Döpfner, CEO of Business Insider’s parent company, Axel Springer, is a Netflix board member.
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