This list will be an fluid page on what I will or plan to watch as I see the trailers, tweets, news, etc. At the moment, the services I have are: Netflix, Amazon Prime, AppleTV+, and Disney+. Who knew cutting the cable would be so expensive. Truth be told, having all these subscriptions is still cheaper than cable.

To keep the list manageable, it will be updated regularly with old stuff removed and new stuff added. No doubt there is much more to add to the list like Stranger Things and the Witcher. And once they come up in my social feeds, I add them to the list.

Theater Only

Well, maybe - some studios who have multiple outlets may not have made a final decision.

Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

September 3, 2021

Based on the trailer, this looks like standard superhero fare from the MCU and that's not necessarily a bad thing.

Dear Evan Hansen

September 24, 2021

This movie, based on the trailer, looks like a solid take on the **Dear Evan Hansen** Broadway musical. The acapella group Voctave produced a beautiful version of the _You Will Be Found_ from the musical and it's stunning.


October 22, 2021

Another reimagining of the epic Dune story from Frank Herbert. But from the trailer, I can't say if we have a Rogue One or Phantom Menace on our hands. Let's hope for the former.

The Eternals

November 5, 2021

Marvel Cinematic Universe is at it again with **The Eternals**, a seemingly overpowered beings that abide by some type of prime directive with regard to humanity.


Afterlife of the Party

September 2, 2021

Yeah, it looks cheesy. But sometimes, we all need a break from comic book grind. **Afterlife of the Party** will likely be a date night watch.


September 15, 2021

One of my favorite actresses from Netflix's attempt into the MCU, Krysten Ritter aka Jessica Jones, stars in this story about stories. Can't quite tell from the trailer how kid friendly this will be but it looks imginative and interesting.


Star Wars: Visions

September 22, 2021

Looks like unknown stories from the Star Wars universe told via various styles of anime. Personally, I am a bit luke warm on anime and feel that Star Wars is over exposed, but if the trailer is to say anything about it, **Star Wars: Visions** looks to have promise.

Amazon Prime

Apple TV+


September 24, 2021

Isaac Asimov's Foundation Series is coming to life in Apple's imagining of the **Foundation** - an expansive story of a man attempting to save the fall of mankind. It looks incredible!