This week, we've opted for a varied selection in our highlights round-up of the shows and films available on streaming apps and channels right now.
We've got action and adventure, dark, comedic drama, a spy tale and disaster on the west coast of the US. But enough about the Steve Jobs biopic, what about the other choices?
We're only joshing of course, but hopefully you'll get plenty from our suggestions of how to cure the boredom this weekend. All of the programmes and flicks on offer are available on channels and apps you can find on streaming devices, such as the set-top-boxes from Roku. And although you will need to pay or subscribe for most of them, we've chucked one free one in for good measure.
So check out the below and we hope you enjoy them as much as us.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny
A long time coming, the sequel to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was funded by Netflix which broke new ground in offering it day-and-date on its streaming platform and in select cinemas at the same time.
It is available to watch in both English and Chinese and sees Michelle Yeoh return to the role she made famous 13 years ago. Martial arts movie star Donnie Yen joins the cast for the first time.
Hap and Leonard
Hap and Leonard is a dark, comedic drama based on the novels by Joe R Lansdale. The six-episode run is now appearing weekly on Amazon Video in the UK, having started in the US on Sundance TV.
It has a stellar cast, including Brit James Purefoy (Rome, Solomon Kane) as Hap, Michael Kenneth Williams (The Wire, Boardwalk Empire) as Leonard, and Mad Men's Christina Hendricks as Hap's ex-wife Trudy.
(Sky Store, Google Play, Sainsbury's Entertainment on Demand, Amazon Video)
With an Apple launch event announced for 21 March, you might fancy catching up on powerful rise of Steve Jobs and the Cupertino firm through Danny Boyle's superb biopic.
It didn't nab either of the two Oscars it was nominated for, but Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet deserve adulation for their roles as Jobs and Joanna Hoffman respectively.
The Night Manager
If you want conclusive proof that, should Daniel Craig hang up his loafers, Tom Hiddleston should be the next James Bond, The Night Manager provides it in spades.
Based on a 90s espionage novel by John le Carré, the six part drama starts slowly but soon builds as hotel manager Jonathan Pine (Hiddleston) earns the trust of Hugh Laurie's arms dealer and infiltrates his set-up in order to gain revenge and justice.
Previously available through digital purchase and rental, San Andreas is now premièring on Sky Movies so is available to those with a Now TV Sky Movies Pass.
It's not a dramatisation of the Grand Theft Auto game of the same name (oh how we wish it was), but is a good, old-fashioned disaster movie, with the west coast of America falling foul of some of the biggest earthquakes in history and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson travelling across the wasteland in search of his daughter. Great Sunday afternoon stuff.
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