If you are looking for something festive to throw on for the whole fam or a new book to curl up with, this week is stacked with amazing new releases that you don’t want to miss out on.
1) “My Life With The Walter Boys”
In this brand-new Netflix television series “My Life With The Walter Boys” based on the novel by Ali Novak, follow along as Jackie (played by Nikki Rodriguez) faces a tragedy that sends her to live with family in a small town that she isn’t used to. She learns lessons of life, love and friendship. Join Jackie and the Walter boys in this lovely small-town drama. Watch on Netflix this December 7th!
2) Tate McRae – Think Later
Canadian artist Tate McRae is releasing her new album, along with her world tour Think Later. With previously released bangers like her single “exes” and “greedy” this is a must listen album that you have to have on your release radar this week. If you like that classic pop-rock sound, then this album is the perfect release for you. Check out these 14 golden tracks wherever you get your music this Friday December 8th.
3) Every Time You Go Away – Abigail Johnson
In this new novel from author Abigail Johnson, we follow the coming-of-age story of two young teenagers Ethan and Rebecca. A love story that blooms from a childhood treehouse kiss is now a teenage romance. As the two rekindle their romance they discover that a lot has changed since they were kids including a disability that Rebecca had acquired from a car crash that killed her dad 2 years ago and Ethan now takes care of his mother who is fueled by addiction. Read along this Tuesday as the two fall deeper in love and learn how to navigate their hardships together.
4) Waitress the Musical
In this special event weekend, watch the 2015 classic music Waitress on the big screen. If you are a fan of the stage and this beautiful Broadway classic, you are definitely going to want to check out this comedy drama and musical event from the waitress herself, Miss Sara Bareilles.
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5) The Oath
In this thrilling fantasy romance set in prehistoric times, King Aaron faces unimaginable trials while maintaining his relationship with Mahigana, his love. Watch along to see this incredible story starring Billy Zane, play out on the big screen!
6) “I Hate Christmas” (Season 2)
This Christmas season check out this Italian holiday series “I Hate Christmas”. Watch along as single nurse Gianna searches desperately to find a boyfriend before Christmas so she can bring someone home. Watch along in this hilarious comedy as Gianna uses all of her abilities to find the perfect man in less than a month. Tune into Netflix this week to see the premiere of season 2 of “I Hate Christmas”.
7) Zara Larsson – Honor The Light
In honor of Sweden’s Lucia Light Festival, Swedish musician and artist Zara Larsson is releasing her live album project titled Honor The Light. This six-track album is the perfect lead into the frosty season of winter. With songs that honor Swedish traditions as well as the Christmas season, this project is the perfect album for the holiday season. Check out Honor The Light by Zara Larsson this week!
8) Diary of a Wimpy Kid Christmas: Cabin Fever
In this reimagined animation of the classic diary themed graphic novel, watch along as Greg, Rowley and friends navigate the Christmas season and their experience with ‘Cabin Fever’. Gather the whole family around and make sure to check out this Disney animation this week!
9) This Cursed Light – Emily Theide
New novel from Emily Theide is the perfect sequel to her previous romantic fantasy The Vicious Grace. If you are looking for an epic romance novel that will have you on the edge of your seat, then this is the perfect book for you. Pick it up this Tuesday December 5th and read along as Dante and Alesse navigate the fantasy love story of the ages.
10) Jerskin Fendrix – Poor Things
In this album from Jerskin Fendrix we get to hear the soundtrack that backs up to the motion picture film Poor Things starring Hollywood powerhouse Emma Stone, Mark Ruffalo, and Willem Dafoe. If you are a fan of Sci-fi films, this movie is definitely worth the watch, but even if you aren’t this score is still a total must listen. Check it out wherever you get your music or tune into the premiere of Poor Things this Friday, December 7th.