New and upcoming OTT releases on Netflix, Prime, Hulu & Disney+ this week

Manifest and Drag Me to Dinner are this week
Manifest and Drag Me to Dinner are this week's new OTT releases (Image via manifestonnetflix, nph/Instagram)

Netflix, Prime, Hulu, and Disney+ are all set to stream multiple upcoming OTT releases this week. From best thrillers to popular shows and reality TV series, the streaming platforms bring in fresh content every week for their viewers. Without spending money on theaters, OTT subscribers can enjoy a wide variety of movies and shows from their homes.

Viewers can find the most recent OTT releases of 2023 on popular streaming platforms including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Disney+. They can explore upcoming movies, web series, and shows, and know more about which OTT service will feature them.

Some upcoming OTT movies and shows this week include Manifest, Drag Me to Dinner, and many more.

Upcoming OTT releases on Netflix and other streaming platforms

This week, Netflix is set to premiere the maximum number of new movies and shows. The next in line is Amazon Prime Video, followed by Hulu. Disney Plus will have the minimum release this week.

Take a look at new movies and shows, releasing between Monday, May 29, 2023, and Sunday, June 4, 2023.


May 30 — Siren: Survive the Island


Netflix will premiere the first season of Siren: Survive the Island on Tuesday, May 30, 2023, at 3.01 am ET. The Korean reality TV show is a competition for survival among “24 female police officers, firefighters, bodyguards, soldiers, athletes, and stuntwomen.”

On the same day, the streaming platform will also air I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson, a sketch comedy series starring Tim Robinson as the main lead.

May 31 — Fake Profile and Mixed by Erry

Fake Profile is a drama thriller series that will star Carolina Miranda and Rodolfo Salas. The official synopsis reads:

“Camila meets her Prince Charming through a dating app. After an idyllic romance, she plans to surprise him — only to end up trapped in a false paradise.”

In addition to Fake Profile, Netflix will also air an Italian comedy movie Mixed by Erry on Wednesday, May 31, 2023, at 3.01 am ET on the OTT platform.

June 1 — A Beautiful Life and many more


Danish singer Christopher is all set to make his debut as a lead role actor with his upcoming movie, A Beautiful Life. The story will revolve around the character of a young fisherman whose hidden singing talent will be discovered by a hot-shot music producer. He has to decide whether he will fit in the world of stardom.

Along with A Beautiful Life, Netflix will also premiere a Japanese series The Days, which is based on an unprecedented nuclear disaster, and an animated series, LEGO Ninjago: Dragons Rising. All the movies and shows will air on Thursday, June 1, 2023.

June 2 — Manifest, and many more


Netflix will release the final episodes of the most popular thriller drama series, Manifest. Starring Melissa Roxburgh, Josh Dallas, and J.R. Ramirez, the supernatural show is about a group of people who were on a plane that mysteriously landed years after takeoff.

In addition to Manifest, Netflix will also premiere a few foreign movies and series, including Missed Connections (a Filipino rom-com), Rich in Love 2 (a Brazilian romantic movie), Scoop (an Indian TV drama), Valeria season 3 (Spanish series), and Vortex (French drama-fantasy series). Their English audio and subtitles will be available on the OTT platform, and they will air on Friday, June 2, 2023, at 3.01 am ET.


May 30 — Jelly Roll: Save Me

Hulu will premiere a documentary series titled Jelly Roll: Save Me on Tuesday, May 30, 2023. The plot will revolve around 38-year-old rapper turned country rocker Jelly Roll who will open up about his addiction and mental health struggles.

May 31 — Drag Me to Dinner


Drag Me to Dinner is an exciting reality TV show to premiere on Hulu this week. Hosted by Murray Hill, the competition series will star three judges — Neil Patrick Harris, Haneefah Wood, and Bianca De Rio.

The official synopsis reads:

“Two teams of successful drag queens go head-to-head to throw the most drag-tastical dinner parties of all time and be crowned champion by three judges.”

The show will air on Hulu on Wednesday, May 31, 2023.

June 2 — Searching for Soul Food

Hulu will premiere Searching for Soul Food on Friday, June 2, 2023. The show revolves around celebrity chef Alisa Reynolds who will explore the world to discover the soul foods of multiple cities. She will explore many traditions and their culinary worlds, and combine them with her own flavor.


June 2 — Pride from Above

Disney+ does not have many new shows and movies to premiere this week. Pride from Above is one of the new shows that will air on the streamer.

The synopsis reads:

“Soaring over these Pride parades, discover the historic activism, creativity, and logistical ingenuity required to pull off these pulsating technicoloured festivals of hope.”

Pride from Above will be released on Friday, June 2, 2023, on Disney Plus.


May 30 — The Ride

The Ride is a docu-series consisting of eight episodes that will air on Tuesday, May 30, 2023, on Amazon Prime Video. The plot revolves around a behind-the-scene look at the bull riding sport, starring professional bull riders.

June 2 — Deadloch


On Friday, June 2, 2023, Amazon Prime Video will premiere a TV drama series titled Deadloch.

The official synopsis reads:

“A pair of female detectives attempt to solve a murder in Tasmania in this comedic Australian crime drama created by Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan.”

In addition to Deadloch, Amazon Prime Video will also air Medellin (action comedy film), Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets (reality TV show), and With Love season 2 (drama series).

Keep refreshing the page every week for updates on new OTT releases.

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Edited by Prem Deshpande
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