What to watch on Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV+ and DocPlay right now

Time’s short. Streaming libraries are long. Here, we’ve rounded up some of the best watches to hit streaming services over the past week, waiting patiently for you to hit play.

Hannah Gadsby: Douglas

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Stand-up phenomenon Hannah Gadsby follows up to her outstanding Netflix special Nanette with this filmed comedy show named after her dog Douglas.

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Central Park: Season 1

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Animated musical sitcom from Loren Bouchard (creator of Bob’s Burgers). Follows the exploits of a family of caretakers who live and work in Central Park, New York. Voice cast includes Kristen Bell, Tituss Burgess and Josh Gad.

The Vast of Night

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In this sci-fi set in 1950s New Mexico, a young switchboard operator and a radio DJ pick up a strange frequency on the airwaves. With all the town residents’ attention focused on a high school basketball game, the pair are forced to face the unknown.

Love, Antosha

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A portrait of the extraordinary life and career of actor Anton Yelchin (Star Trek, Green Room, Like Crazy) who tragically passed at age 27. Includes interviews from former co-stars Kristen Stewart, Jennifer Lawrence and Trek‘s Chris Pine and John Cho.

Space Force: Season 1

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Reactions have been mixed, to say the least (including that of our own Daniel Rutledge), if star-powered big-budget comedy is your go-to, you’ll probably still end up checking this out. Steve Carell is part of the sixth branch of armed services – The Space Force – in this comedy series he co-created with Emmy award winner Greg Daniels (US version of The Office). Loosely based on president Donald Trump’s very real plan to set up a military in space.