A multigenerational story about a man who attempts to reconcile with his daughter. In order to do that, he will have to look into the mistakes he made as a young man in Taiwan and in his love life. Written and directed by “Master Of None” co-creator Alan Yang. Featuring a cast that includes Tzi Ma, Christine Ko, and Fiona Fu.
The Midnight Gospel
An R-rated animated series, it focuses on an individual who travels through dimensions. Not for research or discovery, but for his podcast. What follows is a series of unique worlds, creatures, and questions about everyone’s role in the universe. There is a lot of blood and swearing, too. Based on the acclaimed podcast and co-created by Duncan Trussell and “Adventure Time” creator Pendelton Ward.
A night club owner in France has several issues to deal with: debt, his strained relationship with his daughter, and the various characters he meets every day. Executive produced by Damien Chazelle, who directs two episodes. Starring Andre Holland, Joanna Kylie and Amanda Stenberg.
*Streaming May 8
A story based on the rise of the Equal Rights Movement in the 1970s and the woman who opposed it: Phyllis Schlafly. A production of FX on Hulu, the series is nine episodes long with a new one each week. Featuring Cate Blanchett and Rose Byrne among many others. Executive produced by “Captain Marvel” directing duo Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck who also direct several episodes.
Two families from different classes collide through deception and face disastrous consequences. The winner of four awards, including Best Picture at the 2020 Academy Awards. Directed by Bong Joon-ho, the man behind “Snowpiercer” and “Okja.” Starring Song Kang-ho and Lee Sun-kyun.
A family of aliens come to Earth to make a home for themselves in America. There they learn about the good, bad and the weird things about humanity. Co-created by Justin Roiland, co-creator of “Rick and Morty,” and Mike McMahan.
*Streaming May 8
Blow the Man Down
In a small fishing town, not much seems to happen. It’s the last place you would expect two sisters to try to hide a body. The debut feature of Danielle Krudy and Bridget Savage Cole.
A future where people can upload their consciousness to a type of afterlife sounds ideal. But one couple may test the limits of that after one of them passes suddenly. Starring Andy Allo and Robbie Amell. Created by Greg Daniels, the man behind “The Office” and “Parks and Recreation.”
The Vast of Night
Two young kids host a radio show in the 1950s. One night, they receive a signal that may not be of this world. The debut feature of Andrew Patterson.
*Streaming May 29
I Know This Much Is True
Over several decades, two twin brothers’ lives go in different but still connected ways. Both internally and externally, they face their demons and each other to try to keep what little family they have left. Starring Mark Ruffalo in a dual role leading an ensemble cast. Directed by Derek Cianfrance.
*Streaming May 10
A school superintendent’s long line of embezzlement comes screeching to a public halt. A true story with a supremely talented cast. Starring Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney. Directed by Cory Finley (“Thoroughbreds”).