Best of streaming this week

The week is already halfway through: here are our top picks on what’s streaming across all platforms this week.

John Mulaney: Baby J – Netflix, streaming now

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John Mulaney’s new stand-up special has just landed on Netflix. Filmed at the Symphony Hall in Boston, you can expect Mulaney’s usual style of slightly self-deprecating humour with a healthy helping of cultural observations as he tackles his own stint in rehab head on. 

The Light We Carry – Netflix, streaming now

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Former First Lady Michelle Obama sat down with Oprah Winfrey to spill all the deets on her life, marriage and more. It’s a relaxed, candid and honest conversation that covers everything from the daily challenges of the White House to menopause. Buckle in. 

Sweet Tooth – Netflix, Thursday

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The second season of Netflix’s surprise hit Sweet Tooth is finally here. Half-human, half-deer youngling Gus is being held captive following the first season’s shocking ending, but this season, we get a deeper glimpse into Gus’ origins. 

Peter Pan & Wendy – Disney+, Friday

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David Lowery, of Pete’s Dragon and A Ghost Story fame, is bringing the beloved children’s story to life. Wendy Darling meets Peter Pan, the boy who is flat-puot refusing to grow up and whisks her away to Neverland, but an evil pirate captain looks to disrupt the budding romance. 

Citadel – Prime Video, Friday


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Richard Madden and Priyanka Chopra-Jonas play two agents who have had their memory wiped following the collapse of the titular spy agency. They better reclaim their memories fast or die trying as another agency gains power, but aren’t after the greater good. 

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