Today, Sept 22
- ‘Love Is Blind’, season 5 (series)
Hoping to find their future fiancés by talking through walls, a new group of men and women brave twists, turns, and triangles in search of true love. Quality entertainment at its finest.
Episodes 1-4 premiere today, and episodes 5-7 next Friday.
- ‘Song of the Bandits’ (series)
In the lawless land of Gando, fierce bandits will stop at nothing to fight for their precious homeland and loved ones – even if it means life or death. This adventure-filled K-drama stars Kim Nam-gil and Seohyun.
- ‘Spy Kids: Armageddon’ (film)
When the children of the world’s greatest secret agents unwittingly help a powerful game developer unleash a computer virus that gives him control of all technology, they must become spies themselves to save their parents and the world!
This family-friendly comedy adventure stars Gina Rodriguez (“Jane the Virgin”) and Zachary Levi (“Shazam”).
Monday, Sept 25
- ‘Little Baby Bum: Music Time’ (series)
Come join the fun at the magically musical Magic Time preschool, where every day is an adventure fuelled by familiar songs – and lots of learning! A series for preschoolers, one presumes.
Tuesday, Sept 26
- ‘The Devil’s Plan’ (series)
In this Korean reality series, 12 contestants face off in games of wit, strategy and wisdom over six nights and seven days. Who will be crowned the ultimate victor?
Wednesday, Sept 27
- ‘Encounters’ (documentary)
Lights in the sky over Texas and Japan. Spacecraft over schoolyards in Wales and Zimbabwe. It’s not science-fiction – these stories of extraordinary mass sightings are true!
Presented by experiencers, top scientists, and military insiders, this thrilling four-part series sets aside scepticism to focus on belief, wonder, and the very human impact of encounters with extraterrestrial life.
- ‘Halloween Kills’ (film)
After escaping his fiery tomb, Michael Myers continues his vicious rampage, while a vigilante mob rises up to stop the nightmare once and for all.
Jamie Lee Curtis reprises her role as Laurie Strode in the final(?) “Halloween” instalment that’s streaming perhaps a month too early.
- ‘The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar’ (film)
Roald Dahl’s beloved story gets the Wes Anderson treatment. Benedict Cumberbatch and Ralph Fiennes star in this 40-minute-long short film about a rich man who learns of a guru who can see without using his eyes, and then sets out to master the skill to cheat at gambling.
Thursday, Sept 28
- ‘Castlevania: Nocturne’ (series)
France, 1792: it begins. As a revolution sweeps the nation, Richter Belmont fights to uphold his family’s legacy and prevent the rise of a ruthless, power-hungry vampire ruler, in this new animated series in the “Castlevania” universe.
- ‘Ice Cold: Murder, Coffee and Jessica Wongso’ (documentary)
Indonesia, Oct 27, 2016: Jessica Kumala Wongso was found guilty of the murder of Wayan Mirna Salihin by putting cyanide poison into Mirna’s coffee. This true-crime film delves into the unanswered questions surrounding Wongso’s trial, years after the death of her best friend.
Friday, Sept 29
- ‘Ah Girls Go Army Again’ (film)
In this comedy sequel, Singapore’s first female soldiers confront new challenges – and one another – in their determined march towards their Basic Military Test. If you haven’t yet watched the first film, it’s streaming now!
- ‘Power Rangers Cosmic Fury’ (series)
The highly anticipated new series in the beloved franchise makes its mark today! When Lord Zedd returns more powerful than ever, Team Cosmic Fury takes to the cosmos to battle the emperor of evil – and save the universe as we know it.