Streaming this weekend: Coco concert, Love Wedding Repeat, Brews Brothers

If you are looking to watch something new, this is what is streaming this weekend.

News 12 Staff

Apr 9, 2020, 11:39 AM

Updated 1,467 days ago


If you are looking to watch something new, this is what is streaming this weekend:
If your family is a fan of Disney's "Coco," get an inside look at the musical production of "Coco: A Live-to-Film Concert Experience" and see performances from the film brought to life. It's on Disney+ Friday.
In case you missed it, you can see "Parasite" streaming. This year's Oscar winner for best picture started streaming this week on Hulu. The South Korean social satire is certainly worth the watch!
How about a new romantic comedy? "Love Wedding Repeat." See Olivia Munn, Freida Pinto and Sam Claflin star in this new romantic comedy that explores alternate versions of the same wedding. It premieres on Netflix Friday.
If laughter is what you are looking for, grown-ups, you might cheer for "Brews Brothers." The Netflix original comedy series is about two estranged brothers who wind up running a brewery together. All eight episodes are available on Netflix Friday.
It's a big week for families who are wrestling fans. "The Big Show Show" made its Netflix debut this week. Retired world-famous WWE superstar Big Show now has his own sitcom where he plays a fictionalized version of himself. Expect lots of warm laughs from this family comedy.
And wrestling fans can also check out a live-action movie for kids! "The Main Event" is about a boy who is bullied but dreams of becoming a wrestling superstar. When he finds a magical mask that grants him super strength, that dream comes true. It features WWE fan favorites and superstars including The Miz. It debuts on Netflix Friday.
"Trolls World Tour" is available for digital download starting tomorrow. See Poppy, Branch and Cloud Guy on their latest adventure.
And new streaming service Quibi launched this week. It's designed to be watched on your phone. You'll see big names on your small screen. There are scripted series like "Survive," starring Sophie Turner, and reality shows like "Chrissy's Court." All content is short-form - under 10 minutes - with high production budgets.

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