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What’s Coming to Streaming, Including ‘Ragdoll’ and ‘South Park Covid’

Fern Siegel

The thriller Ragdoll will premiere on AMC+ on Nov. 11 with new episodes weekly on Thursdays. Disgraced detective DS Nathan Rose (Henry Lloyd-Hughes) has just been reinstated to the London police when he and his colleagues, newly-promoted DI Emily Baxter (Thalissa Teixeira) and young American DC Lake Edmunds (Lucy Hale) are called to a grim discovery. A “ragdoll” hangs from the ceiling, made up of six different body parts.

Here’s upcoming deals and programs:

  • South Park will premiere its first of 14 made-for-streaming films next month on Paramount+, as part of creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s new six-year mega-deal with ViacomCBS. The made-for-TV event, South Park: Post Covid, will premiere on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25. A second one will debut in December. No plot details were announced. South Park has been renewed through Season 30 at Comedy Central.

  • Chrisley Knows Thanksgiving, streaming Nov. 18, is part of Peacock's holiday fare. Mother Julie passes on her recipes by teaching her kids to cook. Maya Rudolph and Andy Samberg will host and executive produce the competition series Baking It. Eight teams of two talented home bakers compete for cash prizes, judged by four opinionated real-life grandmothers and fantastic bakers.


Peacock is a subscription video streaming service from NBCUniversal that includes original shows, blockbuster movies, and classic television series. Peacock is home to “Yellowstone,” and “The Office,” as well as original hits like “Poker Face” and “Bel-Air.” You can also watch live sports including Sunday Night Football, Premier League, and exclusive MLB games. Peacock is also the exclusive home to many WWE events like WrestleMania. Premium Plus subscribers can stream their local NBC feed in all 210 markets.

Peacock includes news, entertainment, sports, late-night, and reality from various NBCU properties including NBC, Bravo, and E!.

Peacock also includes the entire library of Bravo shows and has exclusives like “Below Deck: Down Under.” They also include live and on-demand access to Hallmark channels.

The company has acquired the rights to many classic shows like “Parks and Recreation,” and the entire Dick Wolf library including “Law & Order” and “Chicago Fire.”

The service also features blockbusters and critically-acclaimed films from Universal Pictures, Focus Features, DreamWorks Animation, Illumination and content acquired from Hollywood’s biggest studios.

  • Acorn will debut The Madame Blanc Mysteries on Nov. 15. In this six-part cozy British mystery, antique dealer Jean White (Sally Lindsay, Mount Pleasant), is devastated when husband Rory dies during his regular French buying trip. Jean visits antique hub Sainte Victoire, where she discovers the town is hiding a few secrets of its own.

  • Craig Robinson (The Office) is in production with Killing It, a new comedy on Peacock. The streamer describes it as “a comedy about class, capitalism and one man’s quest to achieve the American dream. And also about hunting really big snakes.” The main cast includes Claudia O’Doherty, Rell Battle, Scott MacArthur, Stephanie Nogueras, Wyatt Walter, and Jet Miller. Robinson reunites with Brooklyn Nine-Nine co-creator Dan Goor.

  • Benedict Cumberbatch headlines Londongrad, a limited series for HBO. He will play Alexander Litvinenko, a former KGB agent who was poisoned by Polonium-210 in 2006. Now in development, the series is based on “The Terminal Spy,” a book by Alan Cowell.


Max is a subscription video streaming service that gives access to the full HBO library, along with exclusive Max Originals. There are hubs for content from TLC, HGTV, Food Network, Discovery, TCM, Cartoon Network, Travel Channel, ID, and more. Watch hit series like “The Last of Us,” “House of the Dragon,” “Succession,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” and more. The service changed its name from “HBO Max” on May 23, 2023.

Max has three tiers, an ad-supported plan for $9.99 an ad-free plan for $15.99, and the ultimate tier that includes 4K for $19.99.

All Max subscribers will get the full libraries of shows like “Friends”, “The Big Bang Theory”, “South Park”, “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”, “The West Wing”, and more.

You can choose to add Max as a subscription through Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, or other Live TV providers.

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  • Revenge Inc is a new drama being developed at Netflix. It’s an original idea from Dark Horse, which has a first-look deal with the streamer. The story isn’t known, but it is not based on a Dark Horse comic. Matthew Arnold serves as the writer, executive producer, and showrunner on the project. Mike Richardson, Keith Goldberg, and Chris Tongue of Dark Horse Entertainment will also executive produce.

  • Redbox has signed a deal with global sports-entertainment company Team Whistle to have its Palomino Media Group handle direct sales for Redbox’s ad-supported streaming video platform. Redbox has been aggressively expanding its free streaming efforts and recently added Yahoo Finance, 10 local news channels from Cox Media Group and children’s channel Happy Kids. The company also has a content deal with Lionsgate, offering more than 5,000 movies and TV shows.

‘Ragdoll’ - Official Trailer


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