The final season of How To With John Wilson—plus everything else we’re excited to watch this week

Here are our 10 most anticipated titles hitting Crave, Disney Plus, Netflix, Apple TV Plus and Prime Video

By Patricia Karounos
The final season of How To With John Wilson —plus everything else we're excited to watch this week
John Wilson in How To With John Wilson on Crave

Recovering from this weekend’s Barbenheimer craze and don’t know what to watch next? Two theatrical releases from last year—Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul, a mockumentary starring Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown, and Ticket to Paradise, a rom-com that reunites George Clooney and Julia Roberts—make their streaming debuts this week. There’s also a brand-new revival season of adult animated series Futurama, the return of British fantasy-comedy Good Omens and The Beanie Bubble, a film that digs into the origins of the Beanie Babies phenomenon. Here are our picks for the most anticipated titles hitting Crave, Disney Plus, Netflix, Apple TV Plus and Prime Video this week.

10. Heels, season two (Crave)

Canadian actors Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig star in this wrestling drama—which is available via the Starz add-on—as brothers and rivals trying to break in to the sport. In season two, the pair work on repairing their relationship while figuring out how to keep the small-town wrestling league their father founded afloat. July 28

9. Drag Me to Dinner (Disney Plus)

This reality series pits two teams of drag artists from across the US against each other as they compete to prove who can throw the best—and most fabulous— dinner party. Judges Neil Patrick Harris, Bianca Del Rio and Haneefah Wood then crown a winner based on each party’s menu, decor and overall vibe. July 26

8. The Witcher, season three, volume two (Netflix)

Henry Cavill’s final bout as famed monster hunter Geralt of Rivia is here. The latter half of the fantasy series’ third season will resolve the major cliffhanger from volume one (we’ll spare you the spoilers) as the characters prepare to head into a major battle. July 27

7. Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul. (Crave)

Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown star in this satirical comedy film as Trinitie and Lee-Curtis Childs, the husband-and-wife duo behind a prominent Southern Baptist megachurch. When Lee-Curtis is faced with a major scandal, the couple is left scrambling to rebuild their congregation and make a comeback. July 28

6. Ticket to Paradise (Crave)

This escapist rom-com reunites genre favourites George Clooney and Julia Roberts on the big screen. The actors star as exes who agree to set aside their differences to stop their daughter (Kaitlyn Dever) from marrying a Balinese seaweed farmer (Maxime Bouttier). But they soon start to question whether they’re in the right—about more than just their daughter’s relationship. July 28

5. Happiness for Beginners (Netflix)

Adapted from the Katherine Center novel of the same name, this rom-com follows Helen, a newly divorced woman who is trying to learn how to live, love and be happy now that she’s on her own. To do this, she signs up for an intensive survival course that takes place in the middle of the wilderness with a group of strangers—which happens to include her younger brother’s best friend. Ellie Kemper, Luke Grimes, Nico Santos and Blythe Danner star. July 27

4. Futurama, season 11 (Disney Plus)

There haven’t been new episodes of Futurama—the adult animated sci-fi comedy from The Simpsons creator Matt Groening, about a slacker who is preserved for 1,000 years and then wakes up to a dramatically different world in the year 2999—since 2013. Now, the hit series has been revived for an 11th season, which finds that same slacker reawakened once again, only to be greeted by a pandemic, bitcoin, cancel culture and more. July 24

3. The Beanie Bubble (Apple TV Plus)

Were you among those who were obsessed with Beanie Babies in the ‘90s, convinced that they would one day be incredibly valuable? If so, this movie—which tells the story of how the mini stuffed animal craze came to be—is for you. Zach Galifianakis, Elizabeth Banks, Sarah Snook and Geraldine Viswanathan star. July 28

2. Good Omens, season two (Prime Video)

When it first premiered in 2019, this adaptation of the Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett novel, about the demon Crowley and angel Aziraphale banding together to stop Armageddon, was intended to have only one season. This surprise second season is going off-book with the same central duo but an entirely new plot, which revolves around the mysterious appearance of the angel Gabriel. David Tennant, Michael Sheen, Jon Hamm, Gloria Obianyo and Miranda Richardson star. July 28

1. How To With John Wilson, season three (Crave)

This critically acclaimed docuseries is coming to an end with its third season. Each episode follows filmmaker John Wilson around New York as he encounters fellow city dwellers and attempts to dish out advice on random, seemingly simple topics, which range from finding a public restroom to cleaning your ears. July 28



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