True-crime miniseries Love & Death—plus everything else we’re excited to watch this week

Here are our 10 most anticipated new titles streaming on the Roku Channel, Netflix, Disney Plus, Paramount Plus, Prime Video and Crave

By Patricia Karounos
True-crime miniseries Love & Death —plus everything else we're excited to watch this week
Jesse Plemons and Elizabeth Olsen in Love & Death on Crave

Chemistry is a key element of any on-screen story, and this week’s releases have a lot riding on it. There’s Fatal Attraction, a remake of the 1987 erotic thriller starring Joshua Jackson and Lizzy Caplan, about two lovers whose affair ends up having dangerous consequences. There’s also Love & Death, a true-crime miniseries about a woman who is accused of brutally murdering the wife of her lover, led by Elizabeth Olsen and Jesse Plemons. Then there’s Citadel, a big-budget action-thriller starring Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Richard Madden as two former spies who can’t remember their shared past. Here are our picks for the 10 most anticipated new titles streaming on the Roku Channel, Netflix, Disney Plus, Paramount Plus, Prime Video and Crave this week. 

10. Slip (The Roku Channel)

This series, filmed in Toronto, follows Mae (creator Zoe Lister-Jones), a woman who is feeling restless in her life and relationship. But, when she discovers that intimate encounters cause her to travel through parallel universes, she wants nothing more than to find her way back to her partner—and her former self. Schitt’s Creek’s Emily Hampshire also stars. Now streaming

9. John Mulaney: Baby J (Netflix)

In his first filmed stand-up special since entering rehab a couple of years ago and drawing increased public attention, comedian John Mulaney pokes fun at a wide range of subjects, including his relapse, interventions and becoming a father. April 25

8. Peter Pan & Wendy (Disney Plus)

Based on the beloved J. M. Barrie book and 1953 animated film, this classic tale gets a new life courtesy of director David Lowery (The Green Knight, Pete’s Dragon). This time, the familiar story—Wendy Darling travels to the magical world of Neverland with a boy named Peter Pan who refuses to ever grow up—is live-action. Jude Law stars as Captain Hook, Yara Shahidi is Tinkerbell, Ever Anderson is Wendy and newcomer Alexander Molony is Peter Pan. April 28

7. Firefly Lane, season two, part two (Netflix)

The story of best friends Kate (Sarah Chalke) and Tully (Katherine Heigl) comes to an end in this final batch of episodes. The last time we saw them, the two women were on the outs after a devastating car accident. Now, with Kate facing a health crisis, the pair tries to find a way back to each other before it’s too late. April 27

6. The 1619 Project (Disney Plus)

Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones expands on her acclaimed long-form reporting with the New York Times and The New York Times Magazine in this docuseries. Over the course of six episodes, Hannah-Jones examines the often overlooked contributions of Black Americans and the consequences of slavery, cementing them as integral parts of US history. April 26

5. Sweet Tooth, season two (Netflix)

After charming viewers when it debuted in 2021, this popular DC Comics series is back for a second season. Set in a world where a virus has wiped out much of humanity and babies are born half-human and half-animal, the “hybrid” population is now searching for answers about how they came to be. April 27

4. Saint X (Disney Plus)

Adapted from Alexis Schaitkin’s novel of the same name and executive-produced by Drake, this drama series unfolds over multiple timelines: in one, a young woman is found dead during her Caribbean vacation; in another, years later, her now-adult sister is determined to find out what really happened. Alycia Debnam-Carey, West Duchovny and Betsy Brandt star. April 26

3. Fatal Attraction (Paramount Plus)

Joshua Jackson and Lizzy Caplan star in this remake of the classic 1987 erotic thriller as Dan and Alex, two people who enter into a passionate affair. But, when Dan attempts to break things off, Alex refuses to let him return to his married life, and things take an unexpected—and dangerous—turn. April 30

2. Citadel (Prime Video)

Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Richard Madden star in this action-thriller series as two high-level spies who lose their memories after a train bombing. When a new threat emerges, they’re pulled back into their old lives and must come together to save the world—while trying to remember who they are and what they mean to each other. April 27

1. Love & Death (Crave)

In 1980, Texas housewife Candy Montgomery was accused of murdering her friend Betty Gore—whose husband Candy was having an affair with—by striking her 41 times with an axe. This true-crime miniseries based on the horrific incident was penned by acclaimed TV writer David E. Kelley (Big Little Lies, The Undoing, Ally McBeal). Elizabeth Olsen, Jesse Plemons, Krysten Ritter and Lily Rabe star. April 27



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