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Best new shows to stream on Netflix, HBO, Hulu, Disney+, and more

Updated Mar 20th, 2024 6:30PM EDT
Guy Ritchie's The Gentlemen is coming to Netflix.
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Every week, dozens of fresh, original series and classic shows join the libraries of our favorite streaming services. It can be virtually impossible to keep up with them all, even if you binge one new show every night. In reality, you probably spend as much time scrolling through the options as you do actually watching TV. That’s why we wanted to put together this guide of all the best new shows to watch on Netflix, Max, Disney+, and beyond.

Each week, we will update this list with the best new shows you should be watching on Netflix, Max, Disney+, Hulu, Prime Video, Apple TV+, Peacock, and Paramount+.

Some weeks will be busier than others, but we’ll always do our best to keep recommendations fresh for each top streamer. There will also be some releases we don’t highlight, but that’s only because we don’t want to overload you with too many choices.

Finally, if we ever feel the need to add or remove any of the streaming services from this list (in case we have another Quibi), we’ll be sure to do so.


Girls5eva (2021-2024)

Netflix has brought a few shows back from the grave in recent years, and Girls5eva is the latest. This musical comedy from Meredith Scardino about a one-hit-wonder girl group attempting to reunite years later debuted on Peacock in 2021 but was sadly canceled after two seasons. Netflix revived it for a third season in March, and if you miss Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, do yourself a favor and catch up on all three seasons right now.

The Gentlemen (2024)

A spinoff of Guy Ritchie’s 2019 movie of the same name, The Gentlemen follows Eddie Horniman (Theo James) after he inherits his father’s massive country estate and learns that it’s part of a cannabis empire. Dangerous individuals from Britain’s criminal underworld smell blood in the water, but Eddie isn’t going down without a fight.

Formula 1: Drive to Survive (2019-2024)

In a smart bit of synergy, Formula 1: Drive to Survive returned for its sixth season just ahead of the F1 2024 season in February. This season follows the events of the 2023 Formula One World Championship. Although there wasn’t much drama surrounding the inevitable winner, Mercedes and Ferrari were neck-and-neck for second place.


The Girls on the Bus (2024)

The Girls on the Bus is a political drama series created by Amy Chozick and Julie Plec that was inspired by Chozick’s 2018 novel Chasing Hillary. The story follows four female journalists who bond with one another while reporting on presidential candidates.

Tokyo Vice (2022-2024)

Based loosely on journalist Jake Adelstein’s memoir Tokyo Vice: An American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan, the Max original series Tokyo Vice stars Ansel Elgort as Adelstein and Ken Watanabe as detective Hiroto Katagiri. The two work together to put a spotlight on the corruption occurring in the hidden world of the Japanese yakuza.

Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000-2024)

Larry David takes his final bow in the 12th and final season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, and once again, he has a bone to pick with everyone. Guest stars this season include Bruce Springsteen, Stacey Abrams, Jimmy Kimmel, Dan Levy, and Sean Hayes.


X-Men ’97 (2024)

X-Men ’97 is a direct successor to the cult classic X-Men: The Animated Series from the 1990s. The series picks up shortly after the original series ended. With Professor X gone, it’s up to Magneto and the X-Men to keep the peace between mutants and humans. If you want to know more about X-Men ’97, be sure to read our review of the first three episodes.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch (2021-2024)

After The Clone Wars wrapped its seven-season, 12-year run in 2020, its spinoff series — The Bad Batch — will do the same this year. Star Wars: The Bad Batch is the direct follow-up to The Clone Wars, following a group of elite clone troopers who take on mercenary missions after the war. In the third and final season, Clone Force 99 is trying to reunite with Omega.


Extraordinary (2023-2024)

There are plenty of superhero shows on streaming services, from Prime Video’s dark and gritty The Boys to Loki, WandaVision, and Ms. Marvel on Disney+, but Hulu’s Extraordinary is slightly different. This British series prioritizes laughs, starring Máiréad Tyers as a 25-year-old costume shop worker named Jen who never got any superpowers in a world full of heroes.

Shōgun (2024)

FX’s Shogun is based on James Clavell’s 1975 novel of the same name, which tells the story of an English sailor named John Blackthorne who finds himself shipwrecked in Japan. Over the course of the story, the sailor is thrust into an unfamiliar world full of political intrigue, warring factions, and swords. Some fans are calling Shogun the next Game of Thrones.

Prime Video

Invincible (2021-2024)

Prime Video’s popular animated superhero series Invincible returns for the second part of season 2. After the events of the first half of the season, Mark is back on Earth, and we get a chance to catch up with Eve, Donald, Cecil, and the rest of the Guardians.

Mr. and Mrs. Smith (2024)

Mr. and Mrs. Smith is a new spy series inspired by the 1996 TV show and 2005 movie of the same name. This time around, the title roles are occupied by Donald Glover and Maya Erskine, who work undercover for a mysterious organization while posing as a married couple. Believe it or not, they might actually catch feelings for each other over time.

Expats (2024)

This drama miniseries from creator Lulu Wang is based on the 2016 novel The Expatriates by Janice Y. K. Lee. Amazon says it explores “the vibrant lives of a close-knit expatriate community: where affluence is celebrated, friendships are intense but knowingly temporary, and personal lives, deaths and marriages are played out publicly—then retold with glee.”

Apple TV+

The Completely Made-up Adventures of Dick Turpin (2024)

As we wrote in our preview of The Completely Made-up Adventures of Dick Turpin, the Apple TV+ comedy series stars Noel Fielding as “a highwayman who actually existed while, at the same time, putting Turpin’s story through a zany, historical ringer (a la what the Monty Python troupe did to the Arthurian legend).”

The New Look (2024)

Todd A. Kessler’s biographical drama The New Look goes back in time to show us the swift rise of fashion designer Christian Dior in Paris after World War II. Throughout the series, we also learn about his staunch rivalry with French fashion designer Coco Chanel.

Masters of the Air (2024)

Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, and Gary Goetzman are back to produce another epic war drama series, this time following the Air Force’s 100th Air Refueling Wing (aka the Bloody Hundredth) in eastern England during World War II. The show is based on Donald L. Miller’s 2007 book of the same name and its star-studded cast includes Austin Butler and Barry Keoghan.


Apples Never Fall (2024)

Even if you don’t know her name, you’re probably familiar with Liane Moriarty’s work. Big Little Lies was a hit HBO show, Nine Perfect Strangers shot up the charts on Hulu, and now Apples Never Fall is a Peacock original series. All three were based on her best-selling books, and the latest is about four children trying to solve the disappearance of their mother.

In the Know (2024)

This unique stop-motion animation series is all about the staff of a fictional NPR program. Zach Woods stars as host Lauren Caspian, and while he is animated, his guests are not. We see the real-life Mike Tyson, Jonathan Van Ness, Ken Burns, and more as his interviewees.

The Traitors (2023-2024)

What if the party game Mafia was a reality TV show hosted by actor Alan Cumming and starring several famous former reality TV contestants? What I just described already exists, and it’s called The Traitors. The second season just ended, so you now have two full seasons of this ridiculously entertaining competition series to watch on Peacock.


Never Seen Again (2022-2024)

The prolific Paramount+ true crime series returns for a fifth season, searching for answers about people who vanished into thin air and were never heard from again. Given all of the clues and the evidence, can you figure out what happened?

Halo (2022-2024)

The second season of the Halo TV series (based on the Xbox games) picks up six months after the first, with John-117 and Cortana having been surgically separated. As the season progresses, the Master Chief “leads his team of elite Spartans against the alien threat known as the Covenant” as he learns about his connection to the mysterious Halo.

Jacob Siegal
Jacob Siegal Associate Editor

Jacob Siegal is Associate Editor at BGR, having joined the news team in 2013. He has over a decade of professional writing and editing experience, and helps to lead our technology and entertainment product launch and movie release coverage.