1. Moonshot (Mar. 31)
In this romantic drama, a young girl named Sophie (Lana Condor, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before) follows her boyfriend (Cole Sprouse) after he moves to Mars.
2. My Dearest Darkest by Kayla Cottingham (Mar. 29)
This thrilling fantasy follows transfer student Finch Chamberlain, as she and her friends struggle to defeat a demon they have accidentally unleashed, and which holds the key to Finch’s mysterious past.
3. We Are YA
Presented by Penguin Teen, this podcast, which features conversations between YA authors, Penguin Teen staffers and journalist Anna Borges, is perfect for any bookworm.
4. How to Train Your Dragon (Netflix) (Apr. 1)
Relive the breathtaking adventure of How to Train Your Dragon (2010) when the smash-hit animated Dreamworks film comes to Netflix.
5. Curious with Josh Peck
Have a laugh with Drake & Josh star Josh Peck as he reminisces about all the interesting people, he’s met, and sees what makes them tick.
6. Rule of Wolves by Leigh Bardugo (Mar. 30)
In the second installment of the King of Scars franchise, Nikolai Lantsov, Zoya Nazyalensky, and Nina Zenik team together to stop the invasion of Fjerda’s army.
7. Morbius (Apr. 1)
The Marvel universe continues to expand when biochemist Michael Morbius is transformed into a vampire while attempting to cure his rare blood disease. Additionally, after the trailer gave several tantalizing hints at a Spider-Man crossover (which was previously discussed in this previous Young Entertainment article; https://youngentertainmentmag.com/what-could-have-been-and-what-lies-ahead-the-multiverse-the-original-plans-for-the-amazing-spider-man-3/), it is going to be a wild ride.
8. Apollo 10 ½: A Space Age Childhood (Netflix) (Apr. 1)
This charming animated tale follows a young boy as he comes of age in 1969, right around the time of the iconic Apollo 11 moon landing.
9. Moon Knight, Episode 1 (Disney Plus) (Apr. 1)
Get ready for this epic new miniseries, as former US marine Marc Spector, who struggles heavily with Disaccociative Identity Disorder (DID), is granted powers of an Egyptian moon god, which proves to be both a blessing and a curse for the veteran.
10. Name That Tune (Fox)