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Now Streaming: Mr. Robot, Scandal, Voltron, and More

by | June 14, 2016 | Comments

We’ve got a lot of solid television newly available on streaming services this week, including USA’s breakout hacker drama, a ShondaLand hit on ABC, a Netflix revival of a classic cartoon, and the final season of an absurd sitcom. Read on for the full list.

New on Netflix


Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 1 (2016) 100%

Dreamworks Animation’s reboot of the classic 1980s cartoon about a team of heroic pilots who control robot lions is available exclusively on Netflix, which means all 13 episodes are available to watch now.

Available now on: Netflix

Scandal: Season 5 (2015) 95%

Kerry Washington stars in this popular ABC drama about a high profile fixer whose ties to the White House complicate her personal and professional relationships.

Available now on: Netflix

The Trials Of Muhammad Ali (2013) 89%

This documentary takes a closer look at the late great boxing legend’s political activism.

Available now on: Netflix

Glassland (2016) 84%

Toni Collette and Jack Reynor star in this Certified Fresh drama about a Dublin taxi driver who turns to crime to help his sick mother.

Available now on: Netflix

Monster Hunt (Zhuo Yao Ji) (2016) 64%

This fantasy adventure tells the tale of a human woman pregnant with the child of the monster queen who flees in order to protect the unborn king.

Available now on: Netflix

New on Amazon Prime


Mr. Robot: Season 1 (2015) 98%

USA’s suspenseful Certified Fresh drama about a paranoid, drug-addicted hacker who gets pulled into a mind-bending conspiracy won a Golden Globe for Best Television Series and for Best Supporting Actor (Christian Slater).

Available now on: Amazon Prime

New on Hulu


The League: Season 7 (2015) 81%

Join Pete (Mark Duplass), Kevin (Stephen Rannazzisi), and the rest of the gang on their ludicrous misadventures in the final season of The League, which follows the everyday lives of a group of friends tied together by a fantasy football league.

Available now on: Hulu

Available to Purchase


Eye In The Sky (2016) 95%

A Certified Fresh thriller about a military mission to capture a terrorist that escalates to dangerous levels, the film stars Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul, Barkhad Abdi, and, in his final role, Alan Rickman.

Available now on: iTunes

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (2016) 67%

Loosely based upon a memoir by journalist Kim Barker, the film follows war correspondent Tina Fey’s misadventures through a war zone, in which she deals with culture shock, sexism, and ever-present danger.

Available now on: iTunes

  • Jeremy Alexander

    I’ll never understand the love for “Eye in the Sky”. It is one of the worst films I’ve seen in years. First of all, the movie takes away any suspense at all by telegraphing that the cute girl is going to die, otherwise, why bother introducing her at all and spending so much time on her. Second of all, the military forces in the war on terror have dropped thousands and thousands of bombs on civilian centers and I’m sure they don’t go through all of that confusion every time. I’m sure they don’t ignore imminent threats because a kid might get hurt and I’m sure that every drone pilot doesn’t threaten to quit the mission every time they see civilians in the area. The estimated 700,000 to one million dead civilians in the war kinda backs me up on that one. What this seemed like to me is a British propaganda film designed to absolve them of any wrongdoing in the war and make the Americans look like the bad guys. A point awash in irony since it is the British, their failed empire, and their abusive post empire policies and creative map drawing that led to this mess in the first place. Awful movie and even worse political fiction.

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