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There are a ton of movie, TV, and streaming premieres today that you have to check out. Whether it's a documentary or the new Space Jam, come look at the full list!

Space Jam: A New Legacy

The sequel to the legendary Looney Tunes basketball film is finally in theaters and on HBO Max starting today. Everyone has been waiting for the release of this movie for months since we first saw the videos and posters of LeBron James with Bugs Bunny. Despite what critics say, make sure to see this film as it is the sequel to Michael Jordan's original movie and definitely is going to be the younger generation's Space Jam.

McCartney 3,2,1 | Hulu

Paul McCartney and Rick Rubin are coming to Hulu in an original documentary film today! The Beatles legend reflects on his fame, history with the band, and life in general. The documentary will be a really great film to watch for any fans of the band, old or young, and it's looking like it will be another really great film created by the Hulu team.

Naomi Osaka | Netflix

One of the youngest and most talented tennis stars in the world is in a new Netflix documentary about her life. Naomi Osaka has shot up to fame in these past couple years and she discusses her rise to fame, work ethic, family history, and much more in the new documentary that gives some new insight into the tennis world.

Explained | Netflix

This celebrity-narrated docuseries is back with season three today on Netflix. These short documentary episodes are decently short and cover a wide array of topics that appeal to audiences because they are narrated by well-known celebrities and Netflix still does not include commercials in their streaming.

Fear Street Part 3: 1666 | Netflix

The Netflix horror trilogy has come to an end today as the last Fear Street installment has made it to streaming. The horror films grew popular on Netflix once fans heard that there was going to be a full trilogy and many are even calling for a television show to come after because of how much they enjoy the universe. You can watch all the films now to see what all the buzz is about!

Making the Cut | Amazon Prime Video

Season two of Making The Cut is back on Amazon Prime Video and stars Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn as they welcome designers to Los Angeles to compete for a million dollars. The series was hailed as the first instantly "shoppable" series as fans can buy all of the looks that come on the show off of Amazon.

Behind The Attraction | Disney+

Disney has created a new series to give fans a deeper look at the Disney parks attractions. This is big news for amusement park fans and Disney fans alike as everyone hopes to make the trip to some of these attractions at least once in their lives.

Schmigadoon | Apple TV+

This new musical features on all star cast and Apple TV+ has released two episodes today that will be followed by a new one every Friday. The series looks very exciting as comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Cecily Strong play a couple that is trapped in a musical. Be sure to watch the first two episodes today and prepare your upcoming Fridays for some great television.

Icon: Music Through The Lens | PBS

The best-known music photographers, artists, and journalists have a new documentary series in which interviews give the audience more insight into the world of live music photography. This is sure to be an interesting series about something we all have enjoyed yet do not know much about. Tune in tonight at 9 P.M. ET on PBS for the first episodes of the show.

David's Dream Home | HGTV

This HGTV special will follow My Lottery Dream Home host David Bromstad as he himself searches for a new home for his family in Orlando, Florida. The star host has been a staple at HGTV with his show having 14 seasons with the program. The special will flip the script on the host as he will be looking at houses for his own family, but of course he and all of us are very excited to see what he chooses. The special premieres tonight at 9 P.M. ET.

Ridiculousness | MTV

Ridiculousness is back with Rob Dyrdek, Steelo Brim, and Chanel West Coast at 8:30 P.M. ET. The hit show is in its 21st season and will be closing out the series tonight with the final two episodes. The show will return for season 22 but be sure to check out these last episodes today on MTV, especially if you've been keeping up with the series and the hundreds of stars that have made guest appearances.

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