What to stream this week: ‘Extraction 2,’ Stan Lee doc, ‘Star Trek’ and ‘The Wonder Years’

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Here are some exciting streaming options for the week ahead:


  • “Extraction 2” on Netflix: Chris Hemsworth reprises his role as the resilient action hero Tyler Rake. This time, he faces the dangerous mission of rescuing a Georgian gangster’s family from a prison. Expect double the action and more emotional depth in this installment, directed by Sam Hargrave and produced by the Russo brothers.

  • “Chevalier” on Hulu: This lush biopic delves into the life of Joseph Bologne, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges, an accomplished Black man in Marie Antoinette’s France who was largely forgotten by history. Kelvin Harrison Jr. stars in the title role, portraying Bologne’s rise through French society as a composer and violinist.

  • Stan Lee Documentary on Disney+: “Stan Lee,” directed by David Gelb, celebrates the life and cultural impact of the legendary comic book creator. Explore Lee’s contributions to popular characters like Spider-Man, the X-Men, Iron Man, and many more, which have become household names through the success of Marvel films.


  • John Mellencamp’s Album: John Mellencamp delivers thought-provoking tracks on his new album, including the anti-gun violence anthem “Hey God” and a song addressing the homeless crisis titled “The Eyes of Portland.”

  • Killer Mike’s Album: On his solo album “Michael,” Killer Mike pays tribute to his late mother. The single “Motherless” showcases his heartfelt reflections, featuring R&B singer Eryn Allen Kane. Another track, “Don’t Let the Devil,” reveals his rebellious side.

  • Meshell Ndegeocello’s Album: Multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Meshell Ndegeocello explores loss and transformation in her album “The Omnichord Real Book.” The soul-searching single “Clear Water” sets the tone for this introspective work, featuring guest artists like Jeff Parker and Justin Hicks.

  • Queens of the Stone Age’s Album: The rock band returns with their studio album “In Times New Roman…” Tracks like “Emotional Sickness” capture their signature edgy sound, while “Carnavoyeur” exudes a smooth and cool vibe.


  • “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” on Paramount+: Set a decade before “Star Trek: The Original Series,” this show features younger versions of beloved characters. Join Captain Christopher Pike (Anson Mount), Spock (Ethan Peck), Number One (Rebecca Romijn), and Nyota Uhura (Celia Rose Gooding) on their thrilling space adventures. Look out for the return of James T. Kirk, played by Paul Wesley.

  • “Outlander” Season 7 on Starz: This time-traveling romance drama continues with Claire and Jamie’s epic love story during the American Revolution. Based on Diana Gabaldon’s book series, the show follows Claire, a British nurse who finds herself in 18th-century Scotland and falls in love with Highland warrior Jamie. Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan bring these star-crossed lovers to life.

  • “The Wonder Years” Season 2 on ABC: This series presents a middle-class Black family’s experiences in 1960s Montgomery, Alabama. Narrated by adult Dean (Don Cheadle), it offers a unique perspective through the eyes of 12-year-old Dean (Elisha “EJ” Williams). Season 2 will feature guest stars like Donald Faison, Bradley Whitford, Phoebe Robinson, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, and Patti LaBelle.


  • F1 23: Formula One racing fans can rejoice with the release of F1 23 by EA Sports. Developed by Codemasters, this game features real-life drivers and teams from the circuit. Enjoy a fictional story mode, a career-building “F1 World” series, new courses in Las Vegas and Qatar, and the option for a quick 35% race distance challenge. Available on PlayStation 5/4, Xbox X/S/One, and PC.

Stay entertained with these diverse streaming options and enjoy the week ahead!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about streaming options

What are some of the new movies available for streaming?

Among the new movies available for streaming are “Extraction 2” on Netflix, “Chevalier” on Hulu, and a documentary about Stan Lee on Disney+.

What new music releases can be streamed?

Some of the new music releases available for streaming include albums from John Mellencamp, Killer Mike, Meshell Ndegeocello, and Queens of the Stone Age.

Which TV series should I check out for streaming?

Recommended TV series for streaming include “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” on Paramount+, “Outlander” on Starz, and the second season of “The Wonder Years” on ABC.

Are there any new video games to play?

Yes, one of the new video games to play is F1 23, which offers Formula One racing action and is available on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC platforms.

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