OSN streaming adds 60 new movies and series for July
Frozen II, Creed II, Hamilton, The Mustang and much more…
OSN Streaming was launched earlier this year and came already loaded with a huge catalog of quality entertainment.
The network has now announced the 60 titles that comprise its July update, and there are some huge titles included.
Our pick of the new movies includes Frozen II, the sequel to Disney’s phenomenally successful story of magic and sorority. This second movie has the same balance of humour and heartstring-tugging, as well as an arguably better soundtrack. Sorry, that’s just how we feel. Let it go.
You’ll also get the opportunity to catch Joe Talbot’s stunning directorial debut, The Last Black Man in San Francisco; Rocky spin-off sequel, Creed II; Hamilton, the musical that is currently breaking the internet; retro classic Short Circuit; Larsson franchise entry The Girl in the Spider’s Web; and Will Smith project, Gemini Man – which despite being eviscerated by critics, is actually quite watchable.
But for us, the real gems are found in the new TV shows that have been added. We get a look at shock-doc, Surviving R Kelly; all seven series of the award-winning animation, STAR WARS: The Clone Wars; HBO hits Vinyl, Room 104, Mosaic, Quarry and Euphoria; cult UK shows Little Britain USA and Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway; and critically acclaimed US comedy, Vice Principals.
Kids are well catered for too, with Disney’s The Lion Guard, Spiderman, Sandra: The Fairytale Detective and more.
If you’ve already ‘completed’ the documentary content on Netflix, OSN has got you covered. Just in this latest update, we’re getting; How Do They Do It; Reign of the Dinosaurs; Alien Encounters; Blowing up History; Tales of Darkness; Expedition Unknown; Uncovering Aliens; and The Unexplained Files.
There’s also a selection of top Arabic language content that’s been added. The Perfect Candidate (Al Murshaha Al Methaliya) from Saudi director Haifaa Al Mansour; Share’a Chicago (AKA Chicago street); Certified Mail; Arrajol Al Akhtar; Saat Rida; Awalem Khafiya; and Arayes Al Khawf.