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Arts #StayHome: What's New On Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, iflix & More

#StayHome: What's New On Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, iflix & More

#StayHome: What's New On Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, iflix & More
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By Brian Cheong
By Brian Cheong
April 16, 2020
There’s more than Netflix for fun screen time at home and that includes YouTube which will be streaming Hollywood blockbusters for free

Netflix

 

Kim's Convenience Season 4

Following the lives of the Kim family who runs a convenience store in Toronto, this acclaimed Canadian comedy series stars Simiu Liu who has been cast as the lead in Marvel Studios’ Shang Chi. It is funny, has relatable characters and features terrific performances from the four leads, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Jean Yoon, Andrea Bang and Liu.

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Amazon Prime Video

 

Star Trek: Picard

Patrick Stewart reprises Jean-Luc Picard, a role that he made iconic in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Set 20 years after the events of Star Trek: Nemesis, Picard is still struggling from the effects of Commander Data's death and the destruction of Planet Romulus.

Amazon Prime Video is available as part of a Digi subscription plan.

See also: Ghost Bride Is The First Malaysian Original Netflix Series

iflix

 

Daulat

A Malaysian political thriller starring Vanidah Imran, Tony Eusoff, Rashidi Ishak and Suraya Chin that is currently streaming for free on iflix, it tells the story of the ambitious and ruthless Suri who will stop at nothing to help her political party win the next general election.

See also: Patrick Grove's Wild Digital Proves Why Southeast Asia Is A Booming Innovation Hub

unifi TV

 

Mrs America

For unifi subscribers, all channels on its IPTV service are free throughout the MCO period. Be sure to catch the much-anticipated mini-series Mrs America which airs on the Foxlife channel. It tells the story of Phyllis Schalfly (played by Oscar winner Cate Blanchett), a conservative who successfully campaigned against the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment in the '70s.

See also: 10 Best Red Carpet Looks At The Oscars 2020, From Natalie Portman To Brad Pitt

YouTube

 

Lionsgate will be streaming these blockbusters on its YouTube channel for free for four consecutive Saturdays starting with The Hunger Games on April 18. Dubbed “Lionsgate Live! A Night at the Movies” and hosted by Jamie Lee Curtis, the other three movies are Dirty Dancing (April 25), La La Land (May 2) and John Wick (May 9).

Also available on Fandango Movieclips YouTube channel.

See also: 7 Global Cultural Experiences You Can Enjoy From Home

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